Siedle in residential buildings
Lots of people move around in residential complexes – at different times and in different areas: the access control from Siedle controls access rights to individual buildings, lifts, storeys and apartments, to underground garages and communal areas or even guest apartments. For any number of users.
The residential complex testifies to the endeavours of the developer to create individual and personal living space even when constructing multi-storey apartments.
This aim is served by adopting an open, airy building concept with large areas of free space between the buildings, and also by the decentral opening of the individual residential units.
At the entrance to the Campo V halls of residence, the strengths of two specialists come together: door communication from Siedle in a digital parcel box from Renz. Visitors can call all 126 apartments using the touchscreen with digital bell buttons.
Siedle Classic in a classic town house in Copenhagen: 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 main building with a bakery, a barn, a paved yard and a small outhouse – this half-timbered complex in the centre of the village of Bad Rotenfels was on the brink of collapse, when it was rescued and lovingly restored.
The offer of the senior living facility is aimed at older people who need support but do not want to forgo self-determined living. An integrated practice and a wide range of outpatient care and services provide help in everyday life if required.
82 residential units, distributed over two linear apartment buildings and five city villas on a former industrial brownfield site directly on the Rhine – this complex demonstrates how attractive large-scale housing construction can be.
Several historic outbuildings are grouped around a 19th Century castle in a generously landscaped park. The members of a large family live here independently of each other in individual residential units, while still remaining closely intermeshed.
A clever choice of materials, precision, durability and a design that is only bound by the technical requirements – these are the principles of this building. And those of the Siedle Steel design line which is used there.