Messe Frankfurt is the world's largest trade fair, congress, and event organizer with its own site. The company's headquarters are in Frankfurt (Germany). The group of companies has a sales network of 30 subsidiaries and more than 60 sales partners, responsible for 188 countries. The services range from renting out premises, through exhibition stand construction
The European District of Frankfurt is a development area close to the city center that will be built between 2006 and 2024. The European District (in German: Europaviertel) was built on the site of the former main freight station. The European District is not an city district of its own, but officially belongs to the
Messe Torhaus (lit. "Fair Gatehouse") was built in 1984 and is located on the grounds of Messe Frankfurt (the city's exhibition area). Messe Torhaus divides the exhibition grounds into an eastern and a western part. The skyscraper was designed by the well-known German architect Oswald Mathias Ungers, who wanted to depict plastically the destination of
In 2014, an architectural competition for a high-rise building at the Messe Entrance South ("Hochhaus am Messeingang Süd") was launched at the southern measuring exhibition. The winning design was from cyrus moser: "The winning design is a striking sign and provides an innovative answer to the question of how new buildings with different uses can
MesseTurm (German for "exhibition tower") is a skyscraper at the exhibition grounds and is the 2nd tallest high-rise building in Frankfurt. The tower was designed by Helmut Jahn for the American project developer Tishman Speyer. The tower is 256.5 meters tall and not publicly accessible to visitors. MesseTurm has a striking pyramid on the roof.
Home > Magazin > Interviews > Dr. h. c. Petra Roth About the Future of our Cities In Conversation with Dr. h. c. Petra Roth SKYLINE ATLAS: Mrs. Roth, as vice-president of the Association of German Cities and Lord Mayor of the City of Frankfurt, I would like to hear your thoughts on the future