The new technology centre for Jansen is a striking new addition to the skyline and forms a link between the industrial area and the old town. The architectural, triangular design takes inspiration from the traditional pitched roofs of Oberriet, Switzerland.
The project integrates innovative technologies and includes new details and materials not yet used in architecture for example, the façade system, structural glazing details and internal glazed fire resistant doors.
One of the main objectives for the project is to make the Jansen AG Campus a creative and engaging place for all their employees. Therefore, bright light-filled offices were desired to increase productivity levels. Using glass enables the natural light to flood the new technology centre. However, a key design within commercial buildings are fire and safety regulations. Using Janisol EI20 fire resistant door enables slim steel framing maximising the amount of glazing.
The architectural metal doors used throughout the new technology centre in Switzerland offer the perfect solution to a contemporary fire resistant door design perfect for public spaces, combining both the legal requirements for structural safety with lots of design freedom.
The fire rated steel doors offer slim narrow profiles, providing an elegant design aesthetics with exceeding thermal performances.
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