Neo-classic project by Ecker Architects

Kanzlei Balkenhol is among the buildings under historic preservation laws and was renovated and turned into a professional leasing property for law offices and an accounting firm. Built on a massive plinth, the construction has two facades that are adorned with elaborate sandstone decorations in the unique neo-classic style.

Being new and centrally located, it contains everything a professional property needs: stairs, entryways, toilets, wardrobes and break rooms, but what makes the difference is the harmony created by colors and materials and the composition of old and new. Nothing compares to the German style in design, especially if it is under the name of Ecker Architects. The rooms are pleasant in their simplicity and elegance.

The tones are warm and inviting; there is more than the common atmosphere that can be met in an office or firm; every room has a colorful painting on the wall that adds a personal tone to the entire atmosphere. Simplicity and elegance reign everywhere and the colors and materials around create a pleasant ambiance that makes you feel welcome. Every space and every corner is perfect through its simplicity, but also through the shape of the furniture and the modernity of the space itself. Nothing seems too complicated or too rigid in a world where everything seems to be perfect just the way it is.

Published by in Architecture, on June 22nd, 2012


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