A blue disk extending into heavens.
Radisson SAS Hotel, Frankfurt, Germany
DORMA KTV at the Radisson SAS Hotel
Inside the Radisson SAS Hotel
With its sensational architecture, the four-star Radisson SAS hotel has become a new landmark of the financial metropolis and exhibition city that is today’s Frankfurt. The gigantic disc structure in discrete blue between which the glass cubes of the structure are sandwiched can be viewed from miles away.
"Our objective was to develop a revolutionary hotel that could both offer its guests a real experience during their stay and make a contribution to Frankfurt’s skyline," emphasises London-based star architect John Seifert who bore overall responsibility for the project.
Installed in the main entrance, a DORMA KTV revolving door controls the coming and going of the hotel guests, protects against draughts and helps to cut heating costs. In the 1,000 square metre conference zone and in the hotel’s ballroom, soundinsulating DORMA Hüppe Variflex Automatic operable partitions ensure maximum flexibility in space configuration and utilisation.
John Seifert, Seifert Architects