New Mobile Police Station In Germany [Pics]

New Mobile Police Station In Germany [Pics]

German architects design a small portable office for police in Hanover.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 july 2011

Across from the Turkish consulate in Hanover, Germany this small, modern office has replaced an old VW bus as a base for police to sit guard. The mobile police station was designed by German architects Gesamtkonzept. It has laminated, wood-effect panels and floor-to-ceiling windows, providing an open and transparent work place for the officers. The high quality yet mobile architecture was produced quickly and inexpensively, and is colored to match the Christ Church located opposite.


Photos by Nils Günther


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