These two new buildings extend Schmidt Street and turn it into a real promenade that invites people to window shop. The inclusion of a whisky shop in one of the buildings is no accident. Here as well, the idea came from seminar attendees, who in this case were also whisky connoisseurs. Tobacco products make a fitting complement to the spirits on offer. The roof is decked with steel plates. The neighbouring building still shows war damage, with the two upper floors missing and a temporary flat roof. An interesting feature is the tall chimney, held up by a metal frame and supports. The ground floor serves as a receiving area for secondary raw materials.
HO (1:87), OO (1:76)