Frankfurt Architecture Photos, German Building Photographs
Frankfurt Architecture : German Building Images
Modern Building Pictures in Hesse, mid Germany
16 Jun 2006
Frankfurt Building Photos
Frankfurt Architecture images by Adrian Welch available upon request:
photos 1280×1024 pixels, 72dpi
All our Frankfurt building photos are showcased on this page, it may open slowly due to the number of images: if you prefer to view images sorted by building then please go to Frankfurt Building
– Die Welle (The Wave), built 1998–2003, a complex of three wavelike-formed office buildings next to the Opernplatz.
– Alte Stadtbibliothek, rebuilt 2003–05, reconstruction of the old public library house originally built 1820–1825.
– Palais Thurn und Taxis, rebuilt 2004–09, reconstruction of a palace originally built 1731–1739.
– MyZeil, built 2004–09, shopping mall at the Zeil with an imposing vaulted glass-structure.
The Squaire (portmanteau of square and air), also known as Airrail Center Frankfurt, is a 660 m (2,165.35 ft) long and 45 m (147.64 ft) tall office building located at Frankfurt Airport. It was built from 2006 to 2011 on top of an existing railway station (Frankfurt Airport long distance Station) and has a connecting bridge to Terminal 1 for pedestrians. Its total of 140,000 m2 (1,506,947 sq ft) rentable floor space makes it Germany’s largest office building.
Skyscrapers – tallest buildings in the city
Frankfurt is one of the few European cities with a significant number of skyscrapers, (buildings at least 150 m (492.13 ft) tall). It hosts 14 out of Germany’s 15 skyscrapers. Most skyscrapers and high-rise office buildings are located in the financial district (Bankenviertel) near the city centre, around the trade fair premises (Europaviertel) and at Mainzer Landstraße between Opernplatz and Platz der Republik, which connects the two areas.
Location: Frankfurt, Germany, western Europe
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Architect: Richard Meier
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