Weinhof Synagogue, Ulm, Germany

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Weinhof Synagogue
Designer Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects and Urban Planners, Cologne, Germany
Location Ulm, Germany
Date 2009 to 2012
Building Type Synagogue
Climate Cold Temperate
Context Urban
Architectural Style Modern
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Building Details
Client Israelite Religious Community of Württemberg statutory corporation
Cost 4.6 million euros
Area 1,980 square meters (21,300 square feet)
Stories 4
Height 17 meters (55 feet)
Length 24 meters (78 feet)
Width 16 meters (52 feet)
Program worship space, foyer, Mikvah, meeting hall, school, and administrative rooms, day care center

Project Details

Project participants

  • Client: Israelite Religious Community of Württemberg statutory corporation
    Hospitalstraße 36, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Board of directors: Barbara Traub, Susanne Jakubowski, Michael Kashi Contact: Lars Neuberger, Tel. +49-(0)711-228 36 24
  • Occupant: Rabbi Shneur Trebnik and the orthodox Jewish community of Ulm
  • General contractor: Matthäus Schmid Bauunternehmen GmbH & Co. KG, Baltringen
  • Project management: nps Bauprojektmanagement GmbH, Ulm


  • City of Ulm Mayor: Ivo Gönner
  • Head of construction: Alexander Wetzig


  • kister scheithauer gross architects and urban planners, Cologne, Germany
  •  : Design/responsible partner: Prof. Susanne Gross
  •  : Project manager, artistic director: Grzegorz Rybacki
  •  : Team: Fritz Keuten, Matthes Langhinrichs, Stefan Schwarz, Paul Youk

Consultants in the Competition and Design Phases

  • Structural analysis: Dr.-Ing. W.Naumann & Partner, Cologne, Germany
  • Thermo gravimetric analysis: ZWP AG, Cologne, Germany
  • Acoustics: ISRW Dr.-Ing. Klapdor GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Building physics: Ing.-Büro für Bauphysik Heinrichs, Cologne, Germany
  • Fire safety: BFT Cognos, Aachen, Germany

Project data

  • Competition: 11/2009
  • Performance time: 2010-2012
  • Start of construction: 03/2011
  • Completion: 12/2012
  • Gross floor space: 1,980 square meters (21,300 square feet)
  • Construction costs: 4.6 million euros


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