Trianon, Frankfurt

The Diamond of Frankfurt

The Trianon skyscraper spirals 47 floors into the Frankfurt sky – and with 186 meters it is the sixth tallest office building in Germany. In 1990, the urban planner and architect Albert Speer provided the design for the spectacular building, which is not only architecturally outstanding but also functional.

Trianon Facts

Project type:
Refurbishment and Lobby Refurbishment
Mainzer Landstrasse 16, 60325 Frankfurt am Main
Plot size:
7,153 m²
approx. 66,000 m²
Parking slots:
Office, Service
Acquired in:
Built in 1993 - Lobby Refurbishment in 2014
Design Architekten HPP, Novotny Mähner Assoz. - Lobby Refurbishment Hollin + Radoske Architekten


The Diamond of Frankfurt

On the property of 7,137 m², three triangular areas of different sizes join together to form the layout of the Trianon. They form the three-sided, prismatic structure, of which the corners are accentuated by towers. The diamond, an inverted glass pyramid on the roof, provides the sculptural building block that makes the building an icon.

Amidst global players

The Trianon is one of the top business addresses in the banking district – numerous national and international headquarters of various financial institutions find their address here. The twin towers of the Deutsche Bank are the closest neighbors, the Alte Oper is only a few minutes’ walk away. The connection via public and private transport and 588 parking spaces make Mainzer Landstraße 16 an excellently accessible address.

Working in a triangle

The unique, triangular floor plan gives the building its special appearance on the outside and allows maximum space efficiency on the inside. Every business finds the right space on the standard floors of approx. 1,350 m²: from representative individual offices with a view to modern and flexible combination offices to communicative open-space offices. In addition, the Trianon sets standards for sustainability, energy efficiency and indoor climate on each of its 66,000 m² of floor space.