After a construction phase of two and a half years, the history-charged Fritz-Henßler-Berufskolleg, a vocational training institution in the city centre of Dortmund, has been extensively refurbished and enlarged by two additional buildings.Different system solutions by heroal.
Modern elements perfectly adapted to a traditional structure: Waltrovka factory and Kotelna Park I and II represent a harmonious interaction. The new office building Kotelna Park II in Prague blends seamlessly into the existing surroundings.
A dream home with a sense of style - The municipality of Sint-Martens-Latem in East Flanders / Belgium is a very special one: located near Gent, it is considered the origin of Flemish expressionism and also called the “artistic village”.
In 2018, the modern office building AC Group A/S with especially large-surface sun protection was completed in Viborg, Denmark. It was installed in order to shade the office rooms optimally and create a healthy room climate and a comfortable workspace.
To increase the air quality and therefore the quality of life of the inhabitants of Strasbourg, the port district was transformed into an eco-district. In this context the first Plus Energy Tower was completed in 2018, producing more energy than it consumes.
In mid-2018, the modern building complex AFI Vokovice will be completed in Prague - an object built for the future with heroal systems. This building aimed at and in fact achieved the LEED Platinum certification, not least thanks to the material used.
The building’s form exemplifies extraordinary urban architecture. The design’s underlying idea is the letter V, with its upward opening. It stands symbolically for openness, optimism, fortune and peace.
The unique design of the Garden Towers ensures that the building fits in perfectly with the urban district. From the very top floors in nearly 55 meters altitude, residents are offered a spectacular view of Prague's old town and the castle.
The outward appearance suggests the use of the building. Thus, the windows are arranged analogously to a piano keyboard and the prevailing materials optically show the connection to brass and woodwind instruments.
The basic concept for the architectural design of the hotel resort was the idea of a “roofed” square in the green: an artificially created place, embedded in the landscape, which adjoins a body of water and a part of the surrounding green space.