Project locationFrankfurt am Main
Builder Messe Frankfurt Venue Gesellschaft
Architect Gruber + Kleine-Kraneburg Architekten
Structural engineerRSP Remmel + Sattler Ingenieur GmbH
Executing companyZech Bau GmbH
Image: © Gruber + Kleine-Kraneburg Architekten
The modular product line for international use, thanks to the half-shell technology. This line of products enables effective transport and easy assembly.Learn more.
In a new research building costing 73 million Euros and with 5000 m2 of floor space, researchers from medicine and the natural sciences will be able to pool their expertise from 2024 onwards.Learn more.
A modern elementary school for students from six grades is being built with sustainable Cobiax void former technology.Learn more.
A service and logistics building is being constructed on the former industrial site as a modern superstructure with a wide range of possible uses.Learn more.
In the heart of the campus, open on all sides and built sustainably with Cobiax.Learn more.
A Bundestag administration building is being built in Berlin. A lot of glass requires little weight. Cobiax was the logical choice.Learn more.
Sustainability at its best: LEED certification in goldLearn more.
State-of-the-art sustainability criteria through Minergie-Eco certification.Learn more.
The multifunctional center is a large complex project and includes, in addition to the hospital building, an exhibition hall, a library and a café.Learn more.
Another perfect match of architecture and Cobiax: the characteristic wide cantilevered balconies could only be efficiently implemented thanks to the weight reduction provided by the Cobiax void formers.Learn more.
Directly on the Main River, next to the new headquarters of the European Central Bank, the “Hafenpark Quartier” is being developed in Frankfurt’s Eastend district. Cobiax is being used to build the towers, which will contain several hundred apartments.Learn more.
Building more sustainably at the new headquarters.Learn more.
The departments of engineering and design will move into the 2nd construction phase of the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, which is equipped with Cobiax technology and has a total floor space of around 13,000 m2.Learn more.