In Garching, 15 km north of Munich, a totally extraordinary building, known as the ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitors Centre, was built. The building's cubature takes its cue from a narrow double star system. The walls are both inclined off the vertical and curved, presented significant challenges for the formwork. Each pouring cycle was different. Each formwork panel was unique. It fitted only in a single spot in the structure. And everything had to be delivered to site just in time and then taken back. For this purpose, Doka's formwork experts developed an efficient concept that included 3D planning, panel assembly and disassembly and logistics.