Whether individual or continuous – have light enter the building

Window bands and punch windows are typical solutions for multi-story residential, office, industry, and commercial buildings. The names of these window forms go back to their special construction style: “Punch windows” are windows that are “punched” like holes into a facade built in solid construction. “Window bands” are a special form: Here, the windows do not feature as individual elements, but rather as a continuous band. The resulting, large window areas let a lot of light enter the building, creating a pleasant ambiance inside.

Combination of form and function

Window bands and punch windows are usually used for larger buildings. The advantage: The exterior view of the building is uniform, while the windows are integrated in such a way that they allow a largely flexible interior floor plan. Spatial flexibility and architectural requirements are perfectly combined.

  • LzO-Zentrale in Oldenburg
  • LKA in Düsseldorf
  • Weiss 8122
  • RWE Tower in Dortmund
  • CCO - City Center in Oldenburg
  • Weiss 8122
  • Balance Bay in Hamburg-Harburg
  • Alsterufer 1-3 in Hamburg
  • Weiss 8122
  • Neuer Wall 43 in Hamburg
  • Campus Tower Hafencity in Hamburg
  • One Cologne in Köln
  • City Gate in Bremen