The Ship Cologne, Germany
A fully digital office that’s part of the energy transition
The Ship sets sail for a new way of working with high-end technology and sustainable DNA
The Ship is a unique working environment offering maximum freedom for its inhabitants and endless ways to minimize energy consumption. Consisting of flexible workspaces, meeting rooms, lounge areas and a terrace, The Ship was built in accordance with the Gold Standard regulations set out by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). As one of Germany’s most digitized buildings, it provides rapid access for users thanks to a smart building management system.
Address: Vitalisstraße 67, 50827 Cologne, Germany
Building owner: FOND OF GmbH, Köln
Architects: Müller Architecture, Schneider-Sedlaczek
Partners involved: TGA & Digitalisierung: Drees & Sommer
General contractor: Zechbau
How our access solutions can contribute to sustainability?
Integrated access solutions made with modern technology with low energy consumption as part of a sustainable construction strategy
Smart, secure access solutions
State-of-the-art, barrier-free access solutions in operation when needed
Escape route security systems
High-tech access component connectivity, e.g. integration into the building management system (BMS)
Dr. Oliver Steinki, founder of The Ship
Your reliable partner for smart and secure access solutions
Building access is controlled via the app.
Barrier-free access is available for 150 stairwell, hallway and office doors, with door closer systems provided by dormakaba (some with automatic drives).
These doors are equipped with self-locking motor locks to satisfy technical insurance requirements at all times.
Escape door terminals are installed next to emergency exit doors for rapid door release in case of emergency.
Two entrance doors fitted with the new ES 400 Proline sliding door operator (plus sensor housing) ensure smart access to the building.
Environmental product declarations enable an approximate estimate of the carbon footprint.
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