European Central Bank (EZB)

Offices with glass corridor walls create transparency

The seat of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt am Main consists of the former Grossmarkthalle from 1928, a 185-metre-high north tower, a 165-metre-high south tower and an entrance building connecting the hall and towers. The offices for the 2,300 employees have been designed transparently with glass corridor walls. In a Europe-wide tender, feco was chosen as the most efficient supplier of system partition walls.
European Central Bank (ECB)
Coop Himmelb(l)au, Wien, AS&P Albert Speer & Partner GmbH, Frankfurt
Partition walls
fecowall, fecoorga, fecofix, fecodoor wood
Office furniture
feco, Vitra

In total, feco installed approx. 25,000 m² of system partition walls, of which approx. 7,000 m² were corridor glass walls, 180 glass facade fins as parallelograms or trapezoids in accordance with the facade or column geometry, approx. 1,450 floor-to-ceiling flush wooden door elements and 12,500 m² solid walls with metal wall shells.

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