• High Tech in Frankfurt

    The Taunus Turm fitted
    with Allmilmö kitchens
    and Gera Lighting

The Taunus Turm, known as the Emperor’s square, is a 170 metre high skyscraper in Frankfurt’s inner city. This project includes a second, 63 metre high adjacent building, principally housing high-class apartments and flats. Construction began in 2011, the first tenants moved in in February 2014.

Basic data
Location: Taunustor 1–3, Frankfurt am Main
Status: Completed
Architect: Gruber+Kleine-Kraneburg


Technical data 
Height: 170 m
Floors: 40 upper floors
Floor space: approx. 85 750 square metres



The accommodation project objects were fitted with high class Allmilmö kitchens. GERA profile built-in lights were used to provide elegant indirect lighting to the kitchen wall units and glass cabinets. The profile built-in light nestles deep in the furniture surface. It can be planned with variable widths and around every corner. Its unbroken light radiates backwards and illuminates the inside of the cabinet glare-free.

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