With its height of 36 metres, its modern architecture combining light colour and imposing glass facades, the Bundeskanzleramt stands in direct contrast to the neo-baroque Reichstag building opposite. The horizontal division mirrors both function and use, whereas the pillars distributed within the glass facades are principally esthetic rather than loadbearing structures. The lower floor houses the entire administration while the complete staff and the office of the Federal Chancellor occupy the upper part of the building.
|Object:||Federal Chancellery, Berlin|
|Architects:||Axel Schultes Architekten Berlin|
|Planer:||Schmidt Reuter Partner Köln|
|Type of ceiling:||Plasterboard ceiling|
|Specifics:||Specific air flow: 70-95 m³/hm|
The supply air is divided into fine individual jets which distribute the supply air into the room at an angle of 45° alternately to the left and to the right. The result is an especially uniform air distribution with an optimal diffuse ambient air flow, and no noticeable draughts.
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