Project of the month March 2019
Thurgauer Kantonalbank Romanshorn [CH]

Thurgauer Kantonalbank Romanshorn

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Project
Thurgauer Kantonalbank Romanshorn [CH]
Completion
November 2018
Architect
Bischof Partner Architektur AG
Interior designer
Susanne Fritz Architekten
Products

Rectangular metal panels S4A
0.7 mm thick galvanized steel plate; various dimensions; powder-coated in RAL 9016; lined with fabric; perforated in L08; mostly printed with dur-GRAPHICS [printed 856 m², unprinted 314 m²]

Flush-mounted luminaire LUMEO®-R
LED recessed installed and surface-mounted luminaires; various diameters; light colour 3000K DALI dimmable [35units]

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Traditional values meet innovative ideas: Thurgauer Kantonalbank [TKB] is embedded in this canton with 28 branches and it is committed to being close to its customers and fostering longterm
relationships. At the same time, this leading universal bank is developing continuously, offering a diverse range of contemporary services aimed at meeting the needs of about 190 000
customers.

This dialogue between a homely atmosphere and modern architecture has been implemented to great effect during the renovation of this branch of the bank in Romanshorn on the south coast
of Lake Constance. durlum provided an appropriate ceiling-lighting solution. With dur-GRAPHICS printing technology, a ceiling design was created to meet the wishes of its customers. Various
points that vary in terms of colour and size, forming round and geometric shapes – creating a uniquely individual ceiling design. In addition, white powder-coated, unprinted rectangular metal panels were installed in the in-house canteen.

The flush-mounted LUMEO®-R luminaires provide appropriate lighting. Modern lighting technology and the translucent DUROSATIN® cover made of a flexible and tear-resistant
material imbue the illuminated surfaces with a living character. Implemented as recessed installed and surface-mounted luminaires, they blend harmoniously into the interior design
and deliver homogeneous lighting.

The boundaries between the areas for bank staff and customers are fluid – a modern bank that has addressed these challenges and that now presents itself as a successful combination of transparency and discretion.

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