In early 2012, 2,000 employees of DB Systel GmbH, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, relocated to the Silberturm at Jürgen-Ponto-Platz. Until 2008, the 166 m high tower was the corporate headquarters of a large German bank. Between 2008 and 2012, the building, which Frankfurters also call the “Silberling”, was completely renovated.
For the interior, the planners focused on design, ergonomics and comfort at the workplace. The optimal acoustic conditioning of the working environment played a central role in this regard. The planners decided to utilize our RAUVOLET acoustic-line tambour door system. This sound-absorbent system allows employees to work peacefully and effectively.
Good reasons to opt for our tambour door system
|Place||Frankfurt am Main, Germany|
|Type of building||Office building|
|Project management||DB Services Immobilien GmbH, DB Systel GmbH|
|Architect||Schneider + Schumacher, Quickborner Team (office planning)|
|Office planning||Quickborner Team|
|Products/systems||Sound-absorbing tambour doors|
|Keywords||Interior fittings, furniture tambour doors, cabinet shutter, plastic tambour doors, acoustic room conditioning|