Office and administration buildings
In larger office and administration buildings, variable communication systems show their strengths: with integrated access control, connection to digital telephone systems and scalable numbers of participants. Or as digital IP systems with Siedle Access.
A symbiosis of architecture and interior – perfectly in keeping with Teherani's integral concept.
The Joseph Pschorr Haus building is a hybrid – in terms of both its typology and its integration into its immediate urban environment.
In 1955, Skidmore, Owings & Merill LLP, together with Otto Apel, built the US consulate general in the Westend area of Frankfurt.
The City Hall of Biberach in the Black Forest was built in two phases in 1913 and 1925. The extensive renovation and modernization process maintained the historical substance of the building as far as the requirements of a modern town council would allow.
The European telephone giant Orange stipulated maximum communication at the entrance of its Danish headquarters.
Unlike the Parliament building, its administrative arm attracts neither tourists nor guests. Anyone entering here is coming to work. Despite its functional purpose, the entrance area of the former panel building presents an invitingly open and transparent aspect.
The major extension work to the Kreissparkasse at the same time entailed regeneration and upgrading of a whole urban area.