JSWD is a globally engaged architectural firm active at all levels implementing Corporate Architecture for headquarters, educational and medical facilities as well as conversions.
JSWD Architekten GmbH & Co. KG
Phone: +49 221 935550-0
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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.
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.
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.
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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