The German projects of Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt and Stuttgart led to the European development of the company’s corporate identity, adapting the language and compositional themes which characterize the Milanese example to the German commercial and functional situation. Therefore, the decision was to adopt a series of symbiotic relationships (bank-city, interior-exterior, activity-communication) as the methodological and design instruments for each new office.
Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart
Credit Suisse (Germany) A.G.
Filippo Pagliani, Michele Rossi
Claudio Brandao, Fabio Calciati, Carlotta Eco, Young Gon Kim, Sandra Muller, Davide Pojaga
Metis Lighting, Milan
Ing. Büro Rudolf Hingerl, Munich
Ing. Büro Gruber, Berlin
Mann & Bernhardt Kg, Frankfurt
Mechanical and Electrical
W-tec gmbh, Karden Ihe, Berlin
Petterson+Ahrens gmbh, Ober-Morlen
GR Video, Turin
3 Media GMBH Lighthouse, London
August Heine Baugesellschaft, Dresden
Stadler Projekt GmbH & Co. KG, Offenbach
In all the German centers, like the Milan office, multimedia technology is a key part of the architectural project. This is not just an opportunity to increase the visibility of the bank but above all a way to establish a new form of exchange with the city. The visual imagery is no longer limited to banking and technical information but addressed to everybody through video-art projections.