Since 2012, a cube-shaped building has been standing on the eastern outskirts of the village, which was designed by architects Bechle, Krummlauf, Teske from Heilbronn. For a community of just 3,500 people and an investment amounting to over 14 million euros, this is a very impressive property for the hall complex alone. 650 people can attend a wide variety of cultural events covering 1,000 square metres. In addition, the Reblandhalle is also the centre for local festivities such as weddings, company and anniversary celebrations.
As strict as the building complex appears from the outside, it is airy and full of light inside. Extensive window areas offer a view of the green surroundings, of Liebenstein Castle, and in part also of the property whose trade tax revenues made the construction of the new building possible: Neckarwestheim's nuclear power plant. As to detail, the view focuses more on another noble product from a wider area: the facade and inner wall surfaces are clad with yellowish Crailsheim shell limestone.
"Functional, but not mundane. Modern, but not cold. Spacious yet overseeable (...)" - that is how the promotional brochure describes the Reblandhalle in Neckarwestheim. The planners followed exactly this characteristic style when choosing the materials for the sanitary partitions. The VITRUM III toilet partitions fit perfectly into the overall concept. The highest quality glass system from Schäfer, Vitrum III, in white with special white glass matches the white tiles of the sanitary area. Durable, easy to clean, extremely break-proof thanks to 10 mm safety glass and timeless in design - this is how the sanitary systems from Schäfer's partitioning systems are seen by visitors.
So there is really no reason to ignore this little detail in the many functional areas of the new hall. Although sooner or later, all visitors will finally get to know and appreciate this area of Neckarwestheim's Reblandhalle.