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To guarantee that even the tiniest details of their high-end properties are given a special touch, RALF SCHMITZ relies upon the finest switch systems made in Germany’s Sauerland region. Chrome switches in the bathroom match with the window and door handles.

Everything has been given such careful consideration! The wall color in sync with the wood floors, the natural stone in the kitchen matched to the wall color, the sofa landscape in the generous living space that goes with the elegant fireplace surround and this in turn with the wall color, the flooring and the stone. And yet, as soon as everything is finished, it’s immediately obvious: the switch system! Too white, too chunky and utterly charmless, it is prominently displayed in every corner of each tastefully decorated room. We all know this feeling – but not from the elegant interiors of RALF SCHMITZ. The firm always manages to find functional yet beautiful elements that recede tastefully into the background. Subtle shapes and high-quality materials underscore the aesthetic of classically modern architecture that the firm is known for.

“Simpler isn’t always better – but the best is always simple.”             Heinrich Tessenow, architect 1876—1950

The Berker firm is the ultimate supplier for a demanding building project. Their switch systems combine elegant design with an exquisite feel, captivating the user with a choice of highest-quality materials. From plastic to porcelain, from glass to metal, a custom solution awaits for every kind of development.

 

The company, based in Schalksmühle in the Sauerland region of western Germany, has been a longtime supplier of custom switch systems for RALF SCHMITZ’s Exceptional Homes. In the magnificent EISENZAHN I development, not far from Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm, countless switches from the Berker TS series in blackened brass were installed. To underscore the exotic flair of the new ALEXANDER development, interior designer Oliver Jungel relied exclusively on Berker switches in a special matt brass finish that matched the light fixtures in the building’s hallways.

The switches in the Menzelstrasse showroom in Grunewald harmonize with the overall look of the timeless architecture with Bottega Veneta design. The branch office on Berlin’s most magnificent boulevard: the Kurfürstendamm. The offices are outfitted with Berker’s switch systems.

Both companies share more than just an aesthetic, namely a practical functionality and a clear commitment to the needs of people in their homes. But despite the long company tradition on both sides, they haven’t always seen eye to eye in terms of taste. The RALF SCHMITZ firm was founded in 1884, when Peter Heinrich Schmitz built churches, hospitals, factories and villas. At the time, our founder would probably have agreed with Robert Venturi’s saucy response to Mies van der Rohe’s minimalism: “Less is a bore!” In our developments countrywide today, however, the Miesian spirit is also occasionally a guiding light. As the great German architect Heinrich Tessenow, who studied with the firm’s founder, once stated: “Simpler isn’t always better – but the best is always simple.”

Stylistically in sync now, our projects with Berker continue to show that in order to create great architecture with great details, great partners are essential.

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In Berlin Mitte RALF SCHMITZ develops a luxurious appartment house

More Mitte might be impossible. Not far from Berlin’s historical city center, in the beloved Scheunenviertel, a new home is rising for those looking for urban luxury. The durable limestone facade on Linienstraße is subtle and elegant. Its clear symmetries and fine proportions recall the 1920s when Berlin was a hub of high style and culture, as it is again today. Black steel-framed windows give structure to the bright front. LINIE72 creates harmonies between stark contrasts that are only fitting for the neighborhood. Architect Sebastian Treese has designed seven units for RALF SCHMITZ, including one duplex and a penthouse.

Next to the construction site, the neighboring building has been developed into a charming meeting place: construction office, laidback showroom, style center, and customer relations lounge. Very hip, very Mitte. In this neighborhood, trends and traditions mingle. The bright posters on the rough old walls of the former store are wildly extracted renderings from the LINIE72 project and real eye-catchers. Here, interested buyers are welcome simply to come by and over a cup of coffee have a look around and peruse layouts of this and other SCHMITZ developments in Berlin.

LINIE72 presented in the RALF SCHMITZ vitrine on Kurfürstendamm

LINIE72 buyers can see the progress of construction for themselves and naturally begin individually planning the exclusive fittings of their new apartments. A selection of durable materials like bronzed steel, shimmering brass and high-quality natural stone define the minimalistic look of the building’s interiors; luxury bathtubs and vanities by EX.T. are also unique highlights, as are light switches and outlets handcrafted by French manufacturer Meljac.

The LINIE72 lobby will also feature a highlight in every sense of the word: light fixtures by renowned New York manufacturer Apparatus will greet residents and visitors. An international accent, and a perfect fit for this exceptional project.

RALF SCHMITZ’s first project in Mitte Berlin also has a home near the Berlin offices of the family-owned company, founded in 1864. Beautiful vitrines have dotted the boulevard of Kurfürstendamm since the 1920s. And LINIE72 is now being displayed in one of these glass showcases. The distinctive components of the new development are artfully arranged in the vitrine — a real eye-catcher.

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Ralf Schmitz Gmbh & Co. KGaA by Friederike Von Greve - 3M ago
RALF SCHMITZ specializes in classically modern architecture in the most beautiful corners of a city. An element seldom missing in these homes? An elegant fireplace! Undivided attention: Closed fireplaces like in Düsseldorf’s “Haus Hardenberg” need no base plate and don’t get in the way of artfully laid parquet floors. The Portuguese limestone recedes elegantly into the background, allowing one to lose oneself wholly in the beautiful shapes of the dancing fire.

Winters in Germany can be long and cold. One hurries with hunched shoulders through the biting cold to flee into the cozy warmth of the indoors where one can curl up under a wool blanket, a cup of hot tea in hand, in front of a crackling fire. Originally just a simple way to heat living quarters and to prepare food, the fireplace has evolved through history and all stylistic epochs to become a prestigious element of decor in grand homes.

Lavish fireplace surrounds and mantels made of natural stone or decorative elements, finely ornamented and in ever more extravagant finishes, have transformed the essential home fire source to an eye-catching element of elegant interiors. Whether minimalist or richly ornamented, made of premium natural stone and marble, they are an expression of a sophisticated way of life. For every interior of RALF SCHMITZ’s luxury developments, there is a matching fireplace. Stylish on the outside and efficient on the inside, they’re as effective as they are beautiful.

The fireplace in Berlin’s EISENZAHN 1 development is a prime example of “less is more”. Italian Persiano limestone in an off-white hue stands in subtlest contrast to its surroundings, yet still blends into the interior. Paired with a hearth made of blackened metal, it is an elegant basis for creating a comforting source of warmth and relaxation.

When architecture tells a story: In the landmarked “Landhaus Pinn” (above right), the historical fireplace surround from 1923 was painstakingly preserved and restored during the remodeling of the valuable old home and now shines in ways both old and new. The classic fireplace melds stylistic elements of rustic country style with the flamboyance of Berlin in the Roaring Twenties.

Wide as can be: The “black beauty” of Port Black marble in Hamburg’s “Haus Bahren” elevates the cozy sitting area with its Chesterfield chairs and opulent mirror. Despite the dark surround, the fireplace isn’t massive or heavy. It was designed to be low and wide – which is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.

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Ralf Schmitz Gmbh & Co. KGaA by Marie Kuehnast - 3M ago
Graphical and elegant: With their very particular, timelessly classical aesthetic,
our architectural ‘icons’ already incorporate the beauty of what is to be

We all carry within us a kind of art and symmetry gene that allows us to take in the parameters of beauty. To gaze upon well-proportioned façades is just as pleasurable as looking at a beautiful face. The RALF SCHMITZ firm not only aims to please the inhabitants of its buildings but also any person moving through public space, so we focus on three essential things in our building projects, whether it’s an exclusive urban villa, an elegant townhouse, or a spectacular apartment building: its use, its durability and its beauty. The high expectation of each individual project is already visible in the architectural plans: delicate lines serve as the appealing two-dimensional invitation to imagine the three dimensional reality therein. We pride ourselves on producing architectural plans so beautiful that one could hang them as art without a second thought.

EMSER STRASSE, BERLIN-CHARLOTTENBURG/WILMERSDORF

The façade of our newest, not yet completed ALEXANDER in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district is almost meditatively symmetrical. Near the Kurfürstendamm, the building will consist of 42 exceptional homes on seven floors. Immediately visible in the project plans, the architecture of ALEXANDER is replete with proportion, composition and balance.

The Renaissance architect and draftsman Andrea Palladio (1508-1580) once said, “beauty will result from the form and the correspondence of the whole, with respect to several parts with regard to each other and then again to the whole: that the structure may appear an entire and complete body, wherein each member agrees with the other and all necessary what you intend to form.” This approach is still relevant today and is evident in the careful selection of renowned companies that RALF SCHMITZ works with to deliver the high expectations and building culture of the firm.GREIFWEG, DÜSSELDORF-OBERKASSEL

Whether they are charming city homes like those in Hamburg Nienstedten (below, left), impressive apartment buildings like the one on Greifweg in the middle of Düsseldorf, a fine duo of urban villas in Berlin’s Dahlem district or urban luxury in Mitte (bottom left), our ever-present love of architecture as well as an uncompromising and timeless design vocabulary are the through-lines that reach from our original architectural plans all the way to the finished building!

LINIENSTRASSE, BERLIN-MITTE GELFERTSTRASSE, BERLIN-DAHLEM CHARLOTTE-NIESE-STRASSE, HAMBURG-NIENSTEDTEN

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Subtle marketing tools underscore the exclusive feeling of moving into a new home The RALF SCHMITZ Box contains pre-selected materials in line with the style of the project as inspiration.

Speaking a language means taking in a world, a culture. And when you buy an exclusive piece of real estate with RALF SCHMITZ, you can learn the language of especially high-quality architecture very quickly.

The developer accompanies its clients throughout the entire construction process, from the initial consultation to the execution of the buyer’s completely individual wishes for the fitting of her home and later the care and maintenance of the property.

With refined tools such as charming, carefully designed and informative sales documents or an individual RALF SCHMITZ Box, buyers not only understand their new homes better, step for step, but also the company’s thoughtful full-service philosophy. Always with a nod to tradition, always with the client in mind, and always dedicated to refined architecture, the tools reflect the corporate identity of RALF SCHMITZ and our clear, transparent line.

Richly illustrated sales documents thoroughly inform interested buyers about the real estate, its surroundings, and the architecture of RALF SCHMITZ.

“Our clients are not interested in pomp; they are attracted instead to a clear sense of style and the highest quality materials,” says a Berlin team member in Acquisitions and Sales. “The entire style of RALF SCHMITZ speaks to a certain kind of client, who is educated with cultivated taste.”

Only value endures – as does a good book! Our opulent coffee table book shows the diversity of the striking new developments in the RALF SCHMITZ portfolio, as well as of their refined interiors.

With this clientele in mind and moving with the times, the company had renowned New York agency Pandiscio Green reconceive and design a new visual language for the company. From each pencil down to the soap, almost everything in the company is “monogramed” with the elegant initials RS.

Tasteful renderings and photographs strikingly visualize each project that the company develops.

Furthermore, journalists, art historians and professors of architecture regularly aid in the development of our marketing materials, website texts or contribute versed articles to company publications that, with their knowledgeable descriptions, make more tangible for perspective buyers not only the real estate itself but also its environs, architecture and style.

Do you already speak the language of RALF SCHMITZ?

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Ralf Schmitz Gmbh & Co. KGaA by Pauline Meyer - 5M ago
It is all just fancy frontage? Not at all! We put as much emphasis on the design of the back views
of our buildingsas we do on the discrete luxury that is promised from the entryway. The right curve: The light curvature of the balconies and terraces recall the apartment building facades of international metropolises.

Garden-side facades often have it hard, suffering from unimaginatively arranged windows, balconies or terraces and often designed with little inspiration.

But RALF SCHMITZ’s successful urban villas and apartment buildings prove that a perfected posterior is also crucial to the spectacular architectural whole. Designed with as much refinement and eye to detail as their street-facing counterparts, the “hidden” facades of the properties are equally well thought-out and always functional and aesthetic.

Floor-length windows allow copious light into the rooms, wide terraces invite residents to relax outdoors and a morning stretch on the balcony directly off the master bedroom is planned as thoroughly as a grand foyer. SCHMITZ architecture does not subscribe to a hierarchy because backside views are like the soul of the house: it is here that a building shows its private side.

So why should it deserve less attention?

Very private: The villa in the Wissmannstraße seen from the back

“Harmoniously flowing into one another” is how Architect Sebastian Treese describes the posterior facades of the grand EISENZAHN I near Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm. A modern interpretation of classic style, and an oasis in the midst of a bustling city. The bright stucco of the spectacular apartment building can be best viewed in its beautiful entirety of form and function from the shared garden behind.

In Berlin’s classic villa district, Grunewald, the grand building on Wissmannstraße, with its raised first floor, bel étage, and penthouse, houses a trio of extraordinary apartments that can be seen in their unity from the back garden. Designed with calm and smart proportions, the noble architecture alludes to Palladio’s principles. Even the top floor includes numerous windows and balconies to afford views of the nearby forest and lakes.

The ensemble of two urban villas on Rheinallee display discrete luxury on their posterior side

Modern classicism and contemporary design define the character of the townhouses on Düsseldorf’s waterside promenade, just steps away from the Rhein. The view of the delicately stuccoed and brick facades suggests the high ceilings behind the floor-length windows in the garden level. In the upper stories, too, wide terraces and balconies offer uninterrupted views of the trees. An posterior façade that couldn’t better represent the exclusive overall concept.

As you can see, a pretty back can promise much, and the design possibilities for the garden-side facade are no less exciting than for any other side.

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Ralf Schmitz Gmbh & Co. KGaA by Marie Kuehnast - 6M ago
In luxurious RALF SCHMITZ homes, the magic of a well-built environment
comes from one generously used natural material: wood!

In the beginning, there was the tree; but by the end, it had been transformed into beautifully shaped doors, elegant parquet flooring, fine railings along the stairway or functional yet aesthetic built-ins. Those who live with wood impart their home with life – now and for generations to come. Its fine scent wafts through dressing rooms and living rooms alike, the warm groan on a step lends a priceless feeling of being at home. There is hardly a material that ages more beautifully.

Architectural hierarchies: in this city villa on Düsseldorf’s Achenbachstraße, the impressive herringbone parquet floor, gracefully curved wooden window frames and classic double doors underscore the elegance of the residence.

“Those who live with wood impart their home with life – now and for generations to come!”

Oiled oak parquet flooring and the white lacquered wooden staircase, which winds through the city home in Düsseldorf-Oberkassel, lend the property a warmth and sense of comfort.

Often inspired by examples of historical carpentry, all molded components are built by our carpenters to the highest standards of craftsmanship. Their construction does not compromise their style, as is crucial for any revival of historical architecture; this adherence to older values is combined with a modern aesthetic and functional requirements in order to create well-proportioned and contemporary interiors.

Wood, custom made: It is often only a few millimeters or degrees too many that the natural material cannot forgive. In the cozy window seats in Haus Bahren or in the almost Japanese inspired dressing room, the most accomplished craftsmanship guarantees that everything will fit perfectly.

Delicately profiled interior doors, banks of windows and an artfully laid parquet floor do much to impart the character of a residence. A well planed wooden staircase, such in the apartment building Eisenzahn I, inserts itself seamlessly into its surroundings. One any less well executed might painfully stand out. In order to avoid such a faux pas, stylistic as well as technical details allow the works in wood to shine and lend public spaces an extraordinarily tasteful atmosphere.

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 This luxurious and minimalistic appartment building in Berlin Mitte fits perfectly with its fashionable surroundings

More Mitte might be impossible. Not far from Berlin’s historical city center, in the beloved Scheunenviertel, a new home is rising for those looking for urban luxury. The durable limestone facade on Linienstraße is subtle and elegant. Its clear symmetries and fine proportions recall the 1920s when Berlin was a hub of high style and culture, as it is again today. Black steel-framed windows give structure to the bright front. LINIE72 creates harmonies between stark contrasts that are only fitting for the neighborhood. Architect Sebastian Treese has designed seven units for RALF SCHMITZ, including one duplex and a penthouse.

Next to the construction site, the neighboring building has been developed into a charming meeting place: construction office, laidback showroom, style center, and customer relations lounge. Very hip, very Mitte. In this neighborhood, trends and traditions mingle. The bright posters on the rough old walls of the former store are wildly extracted renderings from the LINIE72 project and real eye-catchers. Here, interested buyers are welcome simply to come by and over a cup of coffee have a look around and peruse layouts of this and other SCHMITZ developments in Berlin.

LINIE72 presented in the RALF SCHMITZ vitrine on Kurfürstendamm

LINIE72 buyers can see the progress of construction for themselves and naturally begin individually planning the exclusive fittings of their new apartments. A selection of durable materials like bronzed steel, shimmering brass and high-quality natural stone define the minimalistic look of the building’s interiors; luxury bathtubs and vanities by EX.T. are also unique highlights, as are light switches and outlets handcrafted by French manufacturer Meljac.

The LINIE72 lobby will also feature a highlight in every sense of the word: light fixtures by renowned New York manufacturer Apparatus will greet residents and visitors. An international accent, and a perfect fit for this exceptional project.

RALF SCHMITZ’s first project in Mitte Berlin also has a home near the Berlin offices of the family-owned company, founded in 1864. Beautiful vitrines have dotted the boulevard of Kurfürstendamm since the 1920s. And LINIE72 is now being displayed in one of these glass showcases. The distinctive components of the new development are artfully arranged in the vitrine — a real eye-catcher.

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Sebastian Treese on influences, inspirations and the roots of his design at Ludwigkirchplatz Exquisite 1:60 scale facade model of the ALEXANDER made of reddish Cherrywood and light maple

The new apartment building is an exotic one, a maverick, as are the buildings around it. Here, no building looks like another; eaves heights vary, as does the architecture of each facade.

The ALEXANDER seeks company in the berlin brick tradition that we know primarily from industrial, commercial and public buildings. At first glance, it might be a private collector’s museum, an atelier house, or an institute of well­heeled scholars hosting cultivated salons. A meandering plinth of light-coloured natural stone connects the building to the street and precisely formulates the massing of the building, from which the “mountain” of higher storeys amass above the second floor. These upper floors are enwrapped in narrow, rustic varicoloured peat­fired bricks with dark mortar.

Three entrances mark the address Emser Sraße 36, while deep streetside gardens shelter it. Black lacquered iron balconies and metal­framed windows recall a classic Kontorhaus, or historical commercial building, and hint at the spaciousness of the apartments within. The building draws its strength from the verticals: ever­expanding avant­corps, four-storey arches and the expressive penthouse floor set back from the frontage also make the building both architecturally and structurally adventurous. Together with RALF SCHMITZ, we have realised a highly modern building of the highest technical sophistication. The 42 apartments offer a retreat from urban cosmopolitan life.

Windows, parapets and railings of the model are manufactured in blackened bronze

And the idea behind the ALEXANDER’s garden is as extraordinary as the building itself. As early as the turn of the last century, planers drew on romantic, scenic images when imagining berlin’s expansion – many of the visionary submissions to the competition for Greater berlin 1908/10 attest to it – envisioning a healthier urban structure with higher standards of living. In the spirit of this idea of nature and the simultaneity of metropolis and green space, we draw upon the garden motif as well: a collage of both exotic and native plants in a highly cultivated landscape in the enclosed courtyard.out of this jardin exotique, the building finds its own identity. The apartment as refuge within an imaginative cosmos, defined as a counterpoint to urban reality – that is the motivating motif of the ALEXANDER’s design. That is also the mandate of the Königliche Gartenakademie, which we were able to enlist for the further development and realisation of the garden. The luscious botanical courtyard garden will be a place for all residents, a green backdrop, a scented and peaceful oasis, a private universe.

Visit at the office of Sebastian Treese Architekten
The public spaces in the ALEXANDER will also appear as if “enrobed” by the building’s namesake, Humboldt, an explorer, adventurer and collector. This “clothing” includes relicts of imagined travels. Entrance foyers and stairways are transformed into exotic, museum­like spaces – not unlike the renowned London home of architect Sir John Soane, which he reconfigured for his exquisite trove of models, drawings and paintings.

Interior designer Oliver Jungel assures that the promise of the building’s exterior appearance also delivers inside; here, too, the exotic and luxurious courtyard garden motif is at play. Opulent planters of stone, wooden ceiling fans, sumptuous wall treatments and, finally, the velvety dark colour concept come together to make the ALEXANDER much more than an exquisite residence in a prime location. Humboldt’s delicate works hang on the walls of the stairways; the vitrines hold curiosities from faraway lands, creating their own small worlds on each floor. Traversing the building may become a daily adventure. With their resplendent fittings, foyers and stairways are transformed into almost private interior spaces and excitingly and sensationally attest to an unusual luxury. The ALEXANDER – a modern cosmos en miniature.

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Keeping architectural values and time-honored traditions alive for future generations is the driving force of our family firm. We are one of
Germany’s leading real estate developers and we represent this stability at our four company locations around the country.

RALF SCHMITZ sells highest-end properties to the whole world. But to visit our company’s offices, you don’t have to go very far. They’re located in Kempen, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg and are, of course, always nestled in the most beautiful corners of these cities. In all of the company offices, located in impressive, often landmarked turn-of-the-century buildings, the company’s stylistic canon is always on display, both inside and out – a successful symbiosis of classicism and timeless modernity.

Villa Brandenburg, once the home of an industrialist, has been the company’s headquarters since 1998. It was lovingly and painstakingly restored in the unmistakable RALF SCHMITZ style.

The creative mind behind the tasteful interiors of the RALF SCHMITZ offices is the Düsseldorf architect Oliver Jungel, who has been working closely with the firm for nearly 20 years. Come along on a little RALF SCHMITZ journey through the federal republic!

Let’s start in the far west. Kempen on the Lower Rhine is where the company was founded and where its main offices are still located today. In no other location is the stroll through the company’s architectural history as impressive as it is here. Whether it’s a luxury condominium in a top location or an impressive monastery courtyard in the center of the old town, the municipal hospital or a high school, the architectural imprint of the Schmitz family is in many corners and on almost every stylish property in this beautiful town.

The interior of the Düsseldorf office in Oberkassel is filled with art by local artists from Ralf Schmitz’s personal collection. A touch of local color was very important to him.

Just a short drive away from the headquarters in Kempen is the company’s Düsseldorf office, housed in a landmarked turn-of-the-century building located directly on the banks of the Rhine, in the Oberkassel neighborhood. Düsseldorf values the concepts of prestige, luxury and value stability more than almost any other city in Germany and they are mirrored in countless properties that the Schmitz family has added to the cityscape over the years. Premium condominiums, townhouses and luxurious urban villas are spread throughout the city, from the genteel Zooviertel to the hip Flingern neighborhood, the promenade along the banks of the Rhine to the well-heeled Oberkassel.

As multifaceted as the city of Berlin is, so is its architectural landscape. Since the establishment of the company in its easternmost location in 2004, Ralf Schmitz’s properties have been an essential part of the luxury property scene in Berlin. Whether it’s a modern loft in the creative Mitte neighborhood or the idyllic new build in quiet Dahlem, a luxury apartment in dignified Westend, an elegant condominium on the Kurfürstendamm or a grand villa in Grunewald, RALF SCHMITZ creatives completely individual dream homes in the best locations the metropolis on the Spree has to offer.

The offices on Berlin’s splendid Kurfürstendamm are timelessly modern. Contemporary design, classic French pieces from the 1940’s and turn-of-the-century architecture make for a stylish ambiance.

Established only recently in the north of Germany, but carefully placed in the best locations of the port city of Hamburg, RALF SCHMITZ has been building high-end properties and impressive first-class family homes there since 2011. With offices located near the upscale Neuer Wall shopping mile, very close to the city’s Binnenalster lake, RALF SCHMITZ has continued its hallmark of striking architecture and modern buildings with extraordinary apartments. As different as the various RALF SCHMITZ locations are, one thing unites them: to create high-quality homes that give their residents the space and aesthetics needed to be able to concentrate on what really matters!

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