MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN A HISTORIC SETTING
Back in the nineteenth century Bad Ems, a spa town in Rhineland-Palatinate, became the summer residence of several European monarchs and artists. It was around this period that the church of St. Martin was built. Today, St. Martin's serves as the parish church of Bad Ems’ Protestant community. X-TEND mesh is used to secure the balustrade on the first floor. This combination of historic building and timeless material is undeniably charming.