The variety in materials and surfaces of the Classic door systems range is unmatched; the modular Siedle-Vario system is infinitely customizable and in the Siedle Steel range the customer even participates in the production process. Within the framework of the characteristic Steel-Design each system is planned and manufactured according to the client’s specifications as a one-off design. This flexible approach is also maintained through to the interior communication points. They are available off-the-shelf in 144 variations and can additionally be adapted according to individual needs.
The design is rooted in the decision not to manufacture individual products but rather open, modular systems. The Siedle System Design is based on a matrix that allows for the combination of different functions into a holistic ensemble, whilst ensuring high standards in ergonomics, functionality and user-friendliness. This is achieved through a rarified, yet aesthetically accomplished design language that focuses only on the essential. The design remains free from the influences of fashion without neglecting long-term trends.
Now that is a great stand!
In the second half of our trip to the Munich trade fair BAU with Amandus Sattler, he discovers some well-designed stands, tells us what he thinks of sound insulation and why he is particularly fond of façades made of translucent glass and textile-based media façades.› To the article
Residence and office building in San Francisco by Craig Steely Architecture› To the article
The Empire Riverside Hotel is located on the former industrial site of the Bavaria Brewery in the center of Hamburg. When selecting the materials, David Chipperfield Architects paid special attention to their aging process.