The new construction of the police station in Mössingen defines the heterogeneous urban development situation on a busy access road to the town. The access to the building occurs from the public square in front and is protected by the cantilevered upper floor. The two-story police station is organized around a central atrium with an open staircase, which is supplied with daylight via a folded roof construction. In the courtyard area, which provides access to the service garages, a walnut tree worthy of preservation is included in the open space concept. The façade was constructed as a plastered masonry wall of core-insulated bricks. A special plastering technique on the wall surfaces as well as the framing of the window openings with white prefabricated concrete elements give the building an unmistakable character.