Sign Kommunikation

Frankfurt, Germany
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Photo © Ingmar Kurth
Interior Designers
PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
Location
Frankfurt, Germany
Year
2007

Commissioned to convert the interior of an old steam cooling station nestled on the banks of the Main river in Frankfurt into new offices for the graphic agency Sign Kommunikation. With its dark brick façade and loophole-like windows framed by red and white folding shutters, an office layout was conceived based on generous and natural use of space, while specifying varying materials as exposed concrete and walnut to create masterful contrasts. The centre of the building is a ten-meter (thirty feet) high concrete entrance hall whilst its true centrepiece is an atmosphere created especially for the needs of creative minds, which is at once equally conducive to individual contemplation, communication and teamwork. Services provided included all planning phases (planning phases 1-9) and implementation of all furniture.

Related Projects

  • Neubau Laurpark
    Berchtold.Lenzin Landschaftsarchitekten
  • European Hansemuseum
    WES LandschaftsArchitektur
  • Agristo HQ
    OYO Architects
  • Sophienterrassen
    WES LandschaftsArchitektur
  • Industrial Park Sports Center
    WES LandschaftsArchitektur

Magazine

Other Projects by PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

Stählemühle Distillery
Eigeltingen, Germany
Xue Xue Institute
Taipeh, Taiwan
House O
Kronberg, Germany
Exhibition stand at IMM
Cologne, Germany
Werbewelt Advertising Agency
Stuttgart, Germany
House H
Frankfurt, Germany