How will the Deutsche Bundesbank’s campus on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse look in the years to come?
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How will the Deutsche Bundesbank’s campus on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse look in the years to come? The Executive Board of the Bundesbank has decided, with the agreement of the City of Frankfurt, to create additional office space on the campus while the renovation of the main building in Frankfurt is ongoing. In connection with the design of its future campus, the Bundesbank had called for bids for planning services related to the development of an overall site design concept. Planning firms from all over Europe answered this call for bids, in the course of which selected participants submitted design proposals.
The Bundesbank has tendered an architectural design competition for the implementation of the Bundesbank’s new campus in Frankfurt am Main. The City of Frankfurt am Main and the central bank have agreed that the urban planning concept developed by the firm “Ferdinand Heide Architekten” is permissible under current planning and construction law.
How will the Deutsche Bundesbank’s campus on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse look in the years to come? Following intensive discussions, the Executive Board chose one out of a total of six highly ambitious draft designs submitted as part of the Europe-wide competition for the development of an overall concept for the design of the Bundesbank’s future Ginnheim campus.
The distinctive main building of the Bundesbank's central office has been in use since 1972 and is to undergo a complete restoration. In addition, the Bundesbank plans to construct further buildings on the campus to accommodate all employees of the Bank’s central office in Frankfurt.