Deutsche Bank Twin Towers

Deutsche Bank's Twin Towers were built between 1979 and 1984, based on the designs of the architects Walter Hanig, Heinz Scheid and Johannes Schmidt. In 2011 the banking complex was extensively modernized under the management of Bellini (design) and Gerkan, Marg and Partner (technology) under the working title Greentowers. The Deutsche Bank headquarters consists of

Commerzbank Tower

Since 1997 the Commerzbank Tower has dominated the Frankfurt skyline. Measuring almost 300 meters to the tip of its antenna, the skyscraper was built as Europe's tallest office building. Star architect Sir Norman Foster set a new path in skyscraper construction. The supply conduits usually seen at the central core of high-rise buildings were placed