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1) Administrative building of the Phoenix-Rheinrohr-AG; foyer.
2) Waiting room in the Skyscraper building of the Phoenix-Rheinrohr-AG, Doesseldorf.
3) Office of a department head in the Mannesmann-Skyscraper, Doesseldorf.
4) Skyscraper of the Mannesmann-AG, Doesseldorf, conference room.
5) Entrance hall in a publishing house in Guetersloh.
6) Living room in a small one-family house.
7) Seating group with chairs on a terrace, chairs by Harry Bertoia, table: design Eero Saarinen.
8) Office of the principal, Vocational School, Schwenningen, 1960.

Page 16, Administrative Buildings Helmut-Horten GmbH, Doesseldorf.
1) Total view
2) Travel office for employees, located on the ground floor of the main building
3) Entrance hall with staircase in the executive building.

Page 17, Furniture plan for the ground floor of the Executive Building

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1) Office of the Director
2) Executive office
3) Secretarial office in the executive building.
4) Main office, view from the south.
5) Waiting room on the ground floor of the executive building.
6) Lounge for the employees of the main building.
7) Vestibule in the connecting passage betwee main building and executive building.

Page 20, Lounge on the ground floor of the main building connected with canteen and cafeteria.
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