The Wasserschloss Sachsenheim
The Wasserschloss Sachsenheim has been the landmark of the city since the 15th century. This century project presented great challenges to architects, renovators, building archaeologists, structural engineers and specialised firms.
A total of twelve and a half million Euro were invested in the renovation of the almost five-hundred-year-old building - almost four million more than what has originally been planned. The lock was completely removed. In addition, the considerable height differences in the corridors were levelled out and the heating and new power lines were moved. The castle has also been used as a town hall since 1962.
- The castle in its current form was built in 1544
- In 1952, the city bought the building and renovated it
- It has been used as the town hall since 1962
- The most striking feature of this Renaissance castle is its twelve-sided gable roof
Bohle Innenausbau, Stuttgart carried out the high-quality interiors and drywall work.
Bohle Group thanks everyone involved for the exemplary execution of this demanding project.
Project information - PDF download
Impressions “before - after”: