• World Trade Centre Dresden

World Trade Centre Dresden

Dresden, Germany, 1996

At the borderline of Dresden a new hotel- and office building, the new Word Trade Center Dresden, was constructed. The building consists of two long building blocks parallel to the Ammon Street, and several wings orientated towards the center. A shopping mall is situated in a 120 m long and 24 m wide hall between the building blocks. A glass roof spans across the hall and glass facades enclose the ends.
The glass roof, a barrel vault design according to grid shell principle is made of a directly glazed, rectangular grid of flat steel sections. Steel cables are running diagonally to brace the structure.

  • Location

    Dresden, Germany

  • Architect

    Nietz Prasch Sigl, Hamburg

  • Client

    Bürohaus Elbflorenz GmbH; Unternehmensgruppe Büll & Dr. Liedtke, Hamburg

  • Contractor

    Helmut Fischer GmbH, Talheim

  • Our Scope of Work

    conceptual design, construction design, site supervision

  • Roof area approx. 3,160 m²
  • Width x height of facades 24 x 26 m
  • Arch rise 4.40 m
  • Glass panes of roof max. 1.60 x 1.35 m
  • Facade single glazing
  • Length x width of hall 120 x 24 m
  • Span of roof 24.30 m
  • Grid in horizotanal projection 1.35 x 1.35 m
  • Roof thermopane glazing
  • World Trade Centre Dresden
  • World Trade Centre Dresden

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