Light-footed, slender and flexible in its lines and design: steel is the number one building material for architectural masterpieces. Architects can let off steam here, it sets almost no limits. In combination with glass, light-flooded buildings are possible in which everyone feels comfortable and free.
Projects such as the British Museum, the Sony Centre in Berlin, the courtyard of the Louvre in Paris, the Zloty Terrace in Warsaw or the University of Sheffield in the UK have one thing in common: steel structures from the Zeman Group! Even though companies of the Zeman Group have been active in architectural construction for many years, the takeover and rescue of Waagner Biro steel and glass has brought about a massive boost in architectural steel and glass construction. Our customers now have the concentrated know-how of Waagner Biro steel and glass – combined with the know-how, production and assembly capacities of the Zeman Group – at their disposal. This is unique in this form. We are proud to have worked successfully and repeatedly with architects such as Jean Nouvel or Sir Norman Foster.