The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 7 > The New Commerzbank Headquarters, Frankfurt, Germany
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The New Commerzbank Headquarters, Frankfurt, Germany

In the beginning ... The Commerzbank is one of Germany’s leading banks. Its new headquarters, on a site in the heart of the Frankfurt financial district, is an innovative energy-efficient highrise building. The structural and environmental engineering systems are a major feature of its design. C.M. Wise, H.W. Bridges and S.R. Walsh

Author(s): Wise, C M;Bridges, H W;Walsh, S R

Keywords: commerzbank, frankfurt, germany;multistorey buildings;office buildings;environment;basements;car parks;flats;roof gardens;long span;design;analysis;finite element methods;atria;building services;frames;vierendeel beams;cladding;columns;glazing