Schüco newbuild designed by 3XN
Bridge to the future
Schüco is expanding its existing headquarters in Bielefeld. The newbuild, designed by renowned Copenhagen architectural practice 3XN, will be open plan with a communicative working environment. Together with Schüco system solutions, the result will be an architecturally sophisticated newbuild that makes values such as innovation, excellence, partnership and responsibility visible and tangible. Five floors form a bridge over Schücostraße and create a direct connection with the current headquarters, the front part of which will undergo a complete refurbishment after the newbuild phase.
Schüco is expanding its existing headquarters in Bielefeld: the newbuild designed by the architectural practice 3XN will be executed with Schüco system solutions and connected to the current headquarters.
The envisaged Schüco newbuild with its elegant façade is connected to the existing headquarters over five floors. A glass bridge will be built above Schücostraße, which will be extended as part of the newbuild.
The dynamic atrium covering all floors is an architectural highlight and central meeting place of the building. The room design of the newbuild envisages an open, communicative working environment to promote dialogue and the exchange of knowledge among staff.
The Schüco newbuild, designed by renowned Copenhagen architectural practice 3XN, pursues the aspiration of a modern office layout that promotes communication, offers space for different ways of working and provides chances for spontaneous encounters.
With floor space of 7200 m2, the Schüco newbuild will integrate harmoniously with the large campus of the headquarters.
Jan Amundsen, partner architect and design manager responsible for the Schüco newbuild at 3XN Architects.
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