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  • kleihues + kleihues: architecture for the streets

    Kleihues + Kleihues: Architecture For The Streets

    Wall's Street Furniture Design Line Streetline

    Kleihues + Kleihues Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH emerged from the architecture offices founded in 1962 by Professor Josef Paul Kleihues in Berlin. Professor Kleihues' most prominent projects include the Liebermann house and Sommer house flanking the Brandenburg gates in Berlin, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Kantdreieck Tower in Berlin, and the Museum Hamburger Bahnhof, also in Berlin.

  • The Wall street furniture design line Streetline is star architect Professor Josef Paul Kleihues' first foray into street architecture. The design concept offers a high degree of customization that makes Streetline street furniture adaptable to different cityscapes and design requirements. Both the Streetline public toilet and the range of Streetline kiosks have won multiple awards

  • Since the death of his father Josef Paul Kleihues, Jan Kleihues has been managing the architecture firm together with Norbert Hensel. Among Jan Kleihues' projects is the new construction for the central offices of Germany's Federal Intelligence Service BND in Berlin.

  • It is no coincidence that Streetline meets with such success. Kleihues + Kleihues want to shape high-quality urban spaces responsibly and contribute to a better urban experience for everyone. They put a strong emphasis on the selection of high-quality materials and exact workmanship. In this, their philosophy is closely linked to Wall's.
    Kleihues + Kleihues projects:
    Hamburger Bahnhof museum for contemporary art
    Kantdreieck Tower
    Pariser Platz / Brandenburg Gate
    Streetline Automatic Public Toilet
    Streetline Vending Kiosk
    Streetline Bus Shelter
    Design line "Unter den Linden"