Fabeckstraße 34-36 - "Chemistry building"

The inorganic chemistry institute (Fabeckstr. 34-36), which was constructed in 1960-63, was the first new building built to house the mathematics and science faculties. Due to the age of the building itself, and thus the age of its technical facilities, this is one of the most energy intensive university institutes (with correspondingly high energy costs). Amongst other measures, the replacement of cooling systems has reduced the building’s water usage by around 75 % in comparison to 2004.