schneider+schumacher covers all stages of work, from initial design through to detailed design and overall planning. Our architectural approach is characterized by the enjoyment we have in finding solutions to the complex demands of today's buildings. We adapt our buildings to fit into their surroundings, yet we also create landmarks. Pragmatic poetry, nurtured not only by design clarity and a conscientious attitude towards the task in hand, but also by a delight in fine details. This design process is constantly informed by the dialogue that takes place on a daily basis between the various professional disciplines in all our departments and offices. 1989 formation of schneider+schumacher, c. 150 employees and over 100 buildings of all kinds of categories. Certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 by DQS GmbH, Member of German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), Member of Aktivhaus+ e.V.
schneider+schumacher stands for professional execution of new buildings, refurbishment, modernization and maintenance. Our focus lies on detail design, tendering, project supervision and time schedule, quality- and cost control. Projects are executed and managed with high design quality in mind. schneider+schumacher all in all has 4 divisions with different focuses:
Located next to the river, the National Science Center Shenfang Park rises gradually from the embankment, forming a 120-metre-high office tower. The holistic design approach represents a new generation of research buildings that provide laboratories and offices, as well as exhibition areas, conference rooms, and leisure facilities, where scientists can meet each other in informal surroundings. The roof terraces on each level are a distinctive feature.
The 180-metre high office tower Zhaolian is characterised by an austere façade, while the interior design expresses dynamism and communication. This reflects the essence of MUCFC, a young and aspiring financial services provider, whose headquarters will be housed in the new building.
An atrium and the offset office levels offer visual links between the various departments inside the building. The aim was to design a communicative, vertical office city.
Approximately 170 rooms and retail space on the lower floors are planned for the Hotel am Steintor. The new building is to form an edge to the open square and thus enhance its quality. The two-storey and stacked building units, each with their alternating orientation, take up the urban visual axes of the site and provide natural lighting in the access area via airspaces. For the façade, glazed ceramic elements patterned with waves will be arranged in front of a reinforced concrete wall.
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