Nutzung: Residential

Lincoln SquareLONDON Living in the best location! Numerous institutions and universities such as the famous King's College and the Covent Garden theatre district are located near the 10-storey luxury residential complex with its 230 apartments [...]

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Central Saint GilesLONDON Schneider developed the design for the unique, illuminated ceramic facade in close cooperation with Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW). The floor-high facade elements were produced at our plants in Stimpfach and Wroclaw. [...]

Central Saint Giles – London

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SumatrakontorHAMBURG It is one of the highlights in Hamburg's new Überseequartier (overseas district) - the sandstone-aluminium and glass facade manufactured and installed by Gebrüder Schneider. We were also responsible for the realisation of the ETICS [...]

Sumatrakontor – Hamburg

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NEO BanksideLONDON Living dreams made of glass and steel. Schneider realised the glazing and shading of facades, structural glazing, elevator housing and conservatories for the award-winning glass pavilions of the NEO Bankside project that is [...]

NEO Bankside – London

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25 Wilton RoadLONDON The area around Victoria Station was never one of London's more exclusive districts. As part of a restoration concept, many buildings such as the former Parnell House were upgraded. Gebrüder Schneider designed, [...]

25 Wilton Road – London

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Lincoln SquareLONDON Living in the best location! Numerous institutions and universities such as the famous King's College and the Covent Garden theatre district are located near the 10-storey luxury residential complex with its 230 apartments [...]

Lincoln Square – London

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Final spurt of the last work on the diagrid facade. Around 50% of the diagrid facade has been fully completed and successfully accepted by the client to date. The construction lift has now been completely dismantled and at the same time the last insertion openings have been closed with the facade elements that are still absent, so that the diagrid structure is now also visible on the narrow side of the building.

Newfoundland Tower London – Final Spurt

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The construction lift is dismantled and the facade gradually becomes completely visible. The construction lift set up for the transportation of all the construction and facade elements up to each individual floor, all the way up to the 60th floor, is now being dismantled piece by piece, and at the same time the insertion openings remaining there are now also being closed by the last facade elements.

Newfoundland Tower London – Dismantling Construction Lift

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Start of the installation of the canopy construction of the main entrance. Whilst the first floor areas of our facade work on the main facade from level 03 are already being accepted following inspection, recognisable by the areas where the protective film has already been removed, we are now working on the finishing touches to the exterior of the new London skyscraper alongside its interior design.

Newfoundland Tower London – Canopy Installation

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