Trumpf Canteen

Architects:
Barkow Leibinger, Berlin/Germany

Planning time:
2005 – 2006

Construction time:
2006 – 2008

Services rendered by Werner Sobek:
structural and facade engineering (design development, construction document phase, bit and award phase, construction phase)

Client:
Trumpf, Ditzingen/Germany

Photograph:
David Franck, Ostfildern/Germany

 

The new canteen of the machine manufacturer Trumpf is housed in a two-storey building with a polygonal ground plan. Its concrete flat slabs are supported by concrete columns and concrete pillars. The roof structure is made of a primary load-bearing structure of wide-spanning steel girders that rest on seven pairs of pillars. In plan view the primary structure forms nine triangles. These triangles are covered by a gluelam structure.

 

 

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