Schwedler Tower

Frankfurt am Main, 2006 – 2008
Office/administration buildings

The Schwedler tower is located in close proximity to Frankfurt’s eastern harbour. The building’s facade steps back and forth in three different segments: the five lowest floors are set back from the street, creating a small entrance plaza; this is overhung by a three storey cantilevered section with two more floors set back behind the base. The cantilever evokes images of the harbour and cranes.

A retail show room will be situated on the ground and first floors, whereas floors two to seven offer flexible office space. Floors five, six and seven have an atrium with a lift leading to the roof terrace. The restaurant will be situated on floors eight and nine, the ninth floor being accessible via a mezzanine and a freestanding staircase. Both levels have direct access to the extensive roof terrace with great views of the city.

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Technical details:

Client: LHI Manura GmbH & Co. KG, Munich
Typology: Office/administration buildings
Gross floor area: 5,961 m²
Project architect: Joachim Wendt
Project manager: Joachim Wendt (LPH 1-3), Miriam Baake (LPH 4-5)
Construction management: schneider+schumacher Bau- und Projektmanagement GmbH
Procurement documentation: Private
Service phases (HOAI): 1-5
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