Eschborn Plaza

2003 – 2005

Frankfurt am Main 

Concentrated zeitgeist with lots of free space

Streamlined structures, flat hierarchies and versatile teams are increasingly shaping everyday business – and therefore also the architecture created for it. ESCHBORN PLAZA caters to the growing need for flexibility with a clever concept of openness.

 

It is this openness which showcases the building so skilfully. Outwardly, it enables insights, draws on reference points from its surrounds, and establishes urban connections. Inside, it maximises the rooms’ individual usage options: Whether as a cellular, combo or open-plan office, anything is possible.

 

The sprawling parklands around ESCHBORN PLAZA give free rein to thoughts and ideas. Meanwhile, a pavilion with restaurant and shops – located centrally between the two towers – forms the communicative focal point of the striking complex.