Architecture: Building owner, based on manufacturer standard Electrical planning: Client Electrical installation: Siedle factory service/Elektrodienst Neudörfer, Rastatt
It is rare for a commercial building to be designed with such an eye to detail. The meticulous design of this hall ideally suits its purpose: The owner is a restorer of historical cars and motor cycles.
Bright orange is the defining colour of the vintage motor cycles raced by the company's owner. He has chosen the same colour to distinguish the whole building, and even at the drive-in entrance no-one can be in any doubt as to who is in business here. Attractive detail: Only the engraving is highlighted in orange on the code lock and nameplate buttons. Siedle coated the parts precisely in compliance with the colour specification and instructions of the customer.
In contrast to the drive-in entrance, here the mounting level and all buttons are painted in the same colour. The system blends perfectly into the background at the entrance point to the large coloured expanse of the lateral facade.
The chrome-plated stainless steel of the indoor stations is a reminder of the opulent glamour of vintage vehicle design. Here, chrome is just as much the expression of aspirational technology and visual appeal as it is there - as a finishing touch to metal, naturally, not cheap plastic.
This is not only a place of work, this location is all about passion and the drive for perfection. Down to the tiniest detail: The high-gloss chrome-plated handsfree call station against the backdrop of a rough OSB panel is synonymous with the special character of his unique location which is part living space, part workshop and part exhibition.