Port Warehouse, Rijeka

Categories: Architecture, City of Rijeka, Industry

The warehouse was designed by the Hungarian architect Ferenz Pfaff in the period 1906 - 1909 and has a remarkable Coignet-De Tedesco system. Wagons can pass through the ground floor above which there are three additional floors designed in the style that combines the elements of historicism and modernism.

Port Warehouse, Rijeka

The warehouse was designed by the Hungarian architect Ferenz Pfaff in the period 1906 - 1909 and has a remarkable Coignet-De Tedesco system. Wagons can pass through the ground floor above which there are three additional floors designed in the style that combines the elements of historicism and modernism.

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