BRUCHSAL (DE) - The New Apostolic Church that stands on a hill above Bruchsal is the result of a competition won by Dasch Zürn von Scholley Architects in 2006. Although the architects avoided right angles in the design, this was not done for striking effect. On the contrary, the church's angular form actually looks highly adapted to the terrain. Planned as a freestanding structure, the building's expressive shape and generously proportioned entrance clearly signal its religious function. Built-in storage units and other specially produced fixtures create a homogenous interior that lends coherence to the many different functions – church, assembly rooms, car park, offices, store rooms and so on. In structural terms, the geometrically complex building consists in part of prefabricated elements, which also considerably reduced the construction time. Flexible partition walls can be combined for a wide range of usages.