Deutsche Bundesbank Headquarters

The Deutsche Bundesbank Headquarters in Frankfurt's Ginnheim district houses Germany's national bank and its board of directors. The striking brutalist high-rise by architects ABB, built from 1967 to 1972, is 217 meters long, less than 17 meters wide, 54 meters high, and has 13 storeys. Several auxiliary buildings occupy the surrounding campus: the main cashiers' desk,



Deutsche Bundesbank Campus: Architect Competition Decided

The architect competition for the planned new builds on the campus of the Bundesbank’s Frankfurt Central Office has come to a close. A jury of 13, made up of renowned architects and representatives from the Bundesbank and the City of Frankfurt, concluded two days of deliberations by selecting six prize winners and awarding two honourable

Campus Deutsche Bundesbank

For years, the Deutsche Bundesbank (Germany's national bank) has been planning a necessary expansion at its Frankfurt headquarters. Because the nearly 50-year-old Bundesbank headquarters is dilapidated. The striking Bundesbank Head Office on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse (217 meters long, 60 meters high, 14 meters wide) is faithfully preserved and modernized. But that's not all: 5,000 Bundesbank employees, who


Skyper is a three-part building complex at the Bahnhofsviertel district of Frankfurt at the corner of Taunusanlage and Taunusstrasse. It consists of a neoclassical villa (Skyper Villa) originally from 1915, a 153.8-meter high skyscraper (Skyper Tower) and a residential and commercial building (Skyper Carré). The ensemble was created in its present form in the years