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- Tishman Speyer Weserstraße LP S.a.r.l. Luxembourg
A new bank building with a trading room has opened on Mainzer Landstrasse not far from the twin glass towers of Deutsche Bank. In order to have sufficient space for the roughly 2,000 work stations, the seven-story office block abutting the new building to the south and erected in 2003 by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, was included in the planning, and the two buildings connected. The new build is 45 meters high and sub-divided into eight full floors and a one story that is set back. It thus takes its cue from the surrounding buildings. A striking and above all unique façade runs along Mainzer Landstrasse for a total of 83 meters. The design centers on fostering unity in diversity: The structure of the natural stone frontage of the existing building, made of banded light grey gneiss was transposed onto the glass façade of the new build. The segmented façade with its anodized surface features floor-to-ceiling panes of glass positioned at different angles.
Client: Tishman Speyer Weserstraße LP S.a.r.l. Luxembourg
GFA: 52,830 m²
Number of workplace: approx. 2,000
Awards: LEED Platinum
Iconic Awards 2018 Innovative Architecture - Best of Best