European Central Bank Development: Frankfurt Tower

European Central Bank Building, Frankfurt Tower, German Design, Image

European Central Bank Frankfurt

ECB Building Development, Germany – design by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

10 Nov 2016

European Central Bank Frankfurt Tower Building

20 May 2010

European Central Bank Frankfurt – Building Information

Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU – Wolf D. Prix / W. Dreibholz & Partner ZT GmbH
Design Principal: Wolf D. Prix
Project Partner: Frank Stepper
Project architect: Hartmut Hank
Design architect: Karin Miesenberger

European Central Bank Tower
image : COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Project team: Magdalena Baczkowska, Markus Baumann, Michael Beckert, Johannes Behrens, Hilde Benda, Marcelo Bernardi, Jan Brosch, Timo Carl, Jessie Castro Vélez, Eva Diem, Jasmin Dieterle, Sabrina Dlugosch, Marcus Ehrhardt, Jan Ruben Fischer, Brigitte Fuchs, Sergio Gonzales, Gesine Görlich, Guthu Hallstein, Sebastian Haffner, Simone Hainz, Sascha Hempel, Rob Henderson, Emanuele Iacono, Martin Jelinek, Ivana Jug, Frank Pascal Kaul, Matt Kirkham, Daniela Kröhnert, Bernward Krone, Quirin Krumbholz, Anke Lammert, Monika Lyzyczka, Steven M, Christian Maeder, Dimitra Mamou, Ariane Marx, Christoph Maurer, Matthias Niemeyer, Martin Oberascher, Eric Ross Olson, Renate Ott, Gerhard Pfeiler, Ellen Pietrzyk, James Pike, Robert Pippan, Jakob Przybylo, Anna Ptaszynska, Stephanie Rathgeber, Carmen Renz, Salomè Reeves, Donna Riedel, Akvile Rimantaite, Simon Röpke, Pete Rose, Penelope Rüttimann, Stefan Rutzinger, Oliver Sachse, Kristina Schinegger, Benjamin Schmidt, Marita Schnepper, Eckart Schwerdtfeger, Dieter Segerer, Thomas Siegl, Ebru Simsek, Denise Sokolowski, Augustin Solorzano, Anja Sorger, Ernst Stockinger, Jürgen Tiltmann, Markus Tritthart, Josef Tröster, Günther Weber, Andreas Weissenbach, Judith Werkhäuser, Markus Wings, Eva Wolf, Giuseppe Zagaria, Barbara Zeleny, Thomas Zengger, Fabien Barthelemey, Oliver Cassik, Alejandro Corena, Alexander Daxböck, Mario Dignöss, Helmut Frötscher, Martin Gruber, Annegret Haider, Christian Halm, Roland Höntzsch, Gregor Kassl, Gernot Köfer, Alexander Laber, Anita Lischka, Rangel Malinov, Oliver Martinz, Philipp Munz, Barbara Roller, Nicole Rumpler, Wolfgang Ruthensteiner, Stefan Salchinger, Stefan Schadenböck, Thomas Schwed, Hannes Schwed, Claudiu Cristian Silvestru, Sylvia Spernbauer, Christoph Treberspurg, Johannes Weigl, Bernhard Wolf

Model building
Filip Adamczak, Apostoi Rodica, Anna Balint, Mark Balzar, Oliver Berger, Nico Boyer, Robert Campell, Julian Chiellino, Ariane Dehghan, Guido Ebbert, Heike Folie, Emilia Grzadzielewska, Benjamin Hahn, Laura Hannappel, Thomas Hindelang, Michael Hirschbichler, Ulrich Hoke, Rafal Jedlinski, Malte Kaiser, Reyhan Kargi, Vera Kleesattel, Stefan Kotzenmacher, Daniel Kuhnert, Gretha Kuustra, Malgorzata Labecka, Jelena Lazic, Jund Wook Lee, Marta Leszczynska, Jörg Lonkwitz, Rita Lopez, Bruno Mock, Sarah Müller, Yusuke Nishimura, Seoug O, Ulrich Peintner, Fabian Peitzmeier, Anna Ptaszynska, Jois Rashmi, Danuta Ratka, Thomas Stock, Matthew Tam, Kadri Tamre, Philipp Trumpke, Andreas Wachter, Charlotte Weyher, Angelika Wiegand, Melanie Wohlrab

3D Visualization: Armin Hess (Vienna)
Photography: Markus Pillhofer
Client: European Central Bank (ECB), Frankfurt/M., Germany
Structural enigneer: B+G Ingenieure, Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH, Frankfurt/M., Germany
Site Area:120,000 m²
Gross floor area: 185,000 m²

European Central Bank Development – Data

High-rise floor space per office floor (one tower): 700 to 1200 m² (varying according to shape)

Height of high-rise:
North tower 185 meters: 45 floors including the ground floor and technical floors
South tower 165 meters: 43 floors
220 meters high including the communication mast
height of the individual sections within the atrium: 45 to 72 meters
width of the atrium: 18 meters

Lifts in the high-rise:
2 goods lifts
5 express lifts
9 twin lifts
2 special lifts
number of depth of the 97 foundation piles: Maximum 37 meters
Grossmarkthalle
internal length and width of the hall: 220 m x 50 m = 11,000 m²
Height of the hall: 23.50 meters at the highest point of the barrel vaults
internal length and width of the wing buildings: 65 m x 15 m = 975 m²
height of the office wings: 32.50 meters – 8 floors
height of the entrance building: Maximum 27.50 meters
Chronology
Competition
Phase 1: 2003
Phase 2: 2003-04
Revision Phase: 2004
Optimization Phase: 2005
start o Planning: 2005
preliminary site works: 2008
main construction works: 2010
scheduled Opening: 2014

European Central Bank, Germany – News from May 2010

European Central Bank Frankfurt – archive information

European Central Bank in Frankfurt images / information from COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

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