Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Siedle Classic graces period town house: The owners made a conscious decision in favour of Siedle Classic in a brass finish, as the design blends perfectly with the street and with the district as a whole.
A solution was chosen which allows entry either using a key or a numerical code. This makes it easy to gain access without having to search for keys.
A code lock was also integrated into the burnished brass door station.
Particularly in a city like Copenhagen, in which the bicycle is a highly popular mode of transport, this is a huge benefit and simplifies day-to-day living.
The street Østerbrogade in Copenhagen is home to a building with individually owned apartments. Østerbrogade was originally built as an access road to the Østerport, constructed in 1647. Today, the road is a lively mixture of shops, cafés, offices and exquisite residential houses.
In one of these residential buildings, the owners' association renovated the courtyard including the large historic entrance gate.
A complex of this outstanding beauty calls for a high-quality communication system to match. Siedle Classic is a contemporary edition of the classic door station. The owners' association decided in favour of the burnished brass finish. Over time, this will naturally take on a rustic patina which will blend ideally with the building and the rest of the district.
Further references multi-family houses
Architecture: Zaeske and Maul, Wiesbaden
Electrical planning: Färber + Partner, Mainz
Electrical installation: Elektro Ebert, Frankfurt