JSWD Architekten GmbH & Co. KG

Booth number R7.G38/3

www.jswd.de

About us

The brothers Konstantin and Frederik Jaspert, Jürgen Steffens and Olaf Drehsen established the firm JSWD in 2000. Today the team has more than 150 employees from 30 countries. To date, more than 50 projects have been completed both in Germany and in other European countries - their spectrum ranging from residential and office buildings to educational and medical facilities. Currently we are planning projects in China and in the USA as well.
Most of the projects are secured following successful participation in competitions. In collaboration with architectural firms in Europa, the USA and in China, JSWD gains additional architectural, technical and intellectual inspiration while maintaining cooperative exchange in the realization of joint projects.

Products and services

We develop the identity of our buildings as the result of location specifics and the intended function. We convert the client’s self-concept into Corporate Architecture. JSWD’s approach links conceptual clarity to the reserved utilization of formal means. Many of our structures distinguish themselves by an efficient and intelligent exterior combined with technical knowhow and design requirements.

We are capable of dealing with all planning service levels. As the general planner, we perform all planning services required for a construction project incl. project control. We collaborate for all construction projects (domestic and foreign) with specialist engineers who are familiar with our methods. If required, our projects will comply with certification terms by DGNB, LEED, BREEAM, etc.

Thyssenkrupp Quarter, Essen, Germany

The green office campus evolves along a central water axis communicating openness and communication. Headquarter Q1 is the central high point. Catering is located in the Q2 conference center. The common design of all structures and the composition of the facade ensemble reinforce the architectural homogeneity of the quarter. The completed structure is designed to respond to flexible user needs.
Photo: Christian Richters

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Business Quarter “Neuer Kanzlerplatz”, Bonn, Germany

Three buildings with irregular floor plans snuggle into the edges of the triangular location and surround an urban square. This is the location of the representative foyers. The 28-floor high-rise building is destined a landmark. 60,000 m2 of flexible office space for design offices, catering and fitness facilities will be available at the rear of the 3-dimensional light colored concrete facade. The Postbank and its headquarters will be the principal tenant there.
Visual: Art-Invest / Pure

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The Icon Vienna, Austria

The Business Center is the new Landmark at the Vienna Hauptbahnhof. Glass towers shaped like smooth rocks reaching varying heights rise from a triangular base. The shopping mall welcomes the visitor influx from the city area guiding them on. This is also the area, which provides access to the generous lobbies of companies such as the BAWAG Group Headquarters, Nestlé, L’Oréal and other tenants. Catering and fitness clubs complement the facilities.
Photo: DERFRITZ

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Address
JSWD Architekten GmbH & Co. KG
Maternusplatz 11
50996 Köln
Germany

Phone: +49 221 935550-0
Fax: +49 221 935550-55
Internet: www.jswd.de
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Contact person

Saadet Kahraman
Managing Assistant
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News & Innovations

Cologne Exhibition and Convention Center 3.0, Germany
In the year 2016 JSWD won the three-tier process to upgrade the inner city Exhibition and Convention Center of Cologne. In its effort to attain sustainability, “Koelnmesse” calls for an investment of approximately 700 million euros between now and the year 2030. For one, the plans call for the Hall 1plus and the multi-functional Confex ® for exhibitions, conventions and corporate events and an intelligent east-west terminal that links all exhibition areas. Furthermore, a new distinct “Entrance East” will be added to the exhibition complex.
The design submitted by JSWD convinced due to its well-thought out organization and rearrangement of the complex, both existing and new pattern of use and developmental structures, which bring the joint flexible use of exhibition halls within the realm of possibilities.
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Schleswig-Holstein University Medical Center, Kiel + Lübeck, Germany
The expansion and general improvement of the Schleswig-Holstein University Medical Center (UKSH abbreviated) Lübeck and Kiel locations are now completed. The refurbishment is going on. The plans call for the renovation of and addition to the physical structures with the objective of creating a more efficient complex to improve the economic viability and competitive advantage of these institutions. Following the PPP process the project was awarded to the bidder consortium of BAM PPP Deutschland GmbH and VAMED Health Project GmbH. An architectural team comprising the firms HDR, tsj architekten, sander.hofrichter architekten and JSWD is responsible for new construction and structural renovation. The design principles of an intended Corporate Architecture for both the clinic locations had been developed beforehand.



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Schwarz Project Campus, Bad Friedrichshall, Germany
The layout of the new Project Campus in Bad Friedrichshall is similar to giant petals being placed in the distinct topography of the landscape. Notwithstanding the solitary impression the individual structures convey, they are positioned to encircle a common central green area. Staggered to resemble a terrace, the parking garage levels - some of which open toward the valley - are the base for the high-rise structures.
The positioning of the buildings with their rounded corners results in typical reception bays - each one destined to serve a specific purpose viz. as main entrance, service access or staff entrance - and each is assigned unmistakable and attractive priorities. The main entrance provides access to the conference facilities and the employee cafeteria. The current plans call for the realization of the first construction phase (approx. 3,000 jobs) of the state of the art campus toward the middle of the next decade.
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