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Offices / Admi­ni­s­t­ra­tion

Trianon, Frankfurt, Germany

The Trianon, a sky­scraper in the Wes­tend dis­trict of Frankfurt, was desi­gned by the architects Albert Speer & Partner, No­votny Mähner Asso­ziierte, HPP Inter­na­tional and completed in 1993. With its height of 186 m and 48 storeys, the head office of DekaBank is the fifth-highest building in Frankfurt. The layout of the building is similar to an equi­la­teral tri­angle. From 172 metres upwards there are super­structures on the cor­ners suppor­ting the roof con­struc­tion. The roof is topped by an upside-down glass pyramid, the so-called diamond.

In 2014 and 2015, the building was refur­bished with regard to fire pro­tec­tion while busi­ness con­ti­nued. GU elabo­rated a special solu­tion to safe­guard the doors sepa­ra­ting the space in front of the eleva­tors from the offices as part of the escape and rescue route. More than 100 BKS escape route control units in conjunc­tion with elec­tri­cally locking panic locks were installed.

Language: English
Impressionen von der Bau 2019
Impressionen von der Bau 2019