Firm

JAHN

Locations & Contacts

Team

  • Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido
  • Helmut Jahn

Firm Description

JAHN is an international architectural firm with over 75 years of experience that has achieved critical recognition and won numerous awards. JAHNs ability to integrate design creativity and corporate professionalism makes it a leading firm in Global Design Innovation. The firm’s design leadership is currently shared by Helmut Jahn and Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido.

JAHN’s approach is based on the principals of integrated design, cultural and site-specific research and building solutions with clients. The firm’s core values are structured within three main notions: experiential architecture, evolutionary ideas, and extraordinary design.

JAHN’s recent project include Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, VEER Towers in Las Vegas, The Shanghai International Financial Center, Sony Center in Berlin and corporate headquarters of the Deutsche Post in Bonn, Germany recently awarded the 10-year performance award by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat for its 85% reduction of energy consumption.

Projects

  1. DOHA EXHIBITION AND CONVENTION CENTER

    DOHA EXHIBITION AND CONVENTION CENTER

    Doha, QATAR

  2. Award Winning Tokyo Station Yaesu Development

    Tokyo Station Yaesu Development

    Tokyo, JAPAN

  3. Award Winning Freie Universität CampusHotel/Science and Conference Center

    Freie Universität CampusHotel/Science and Conference Center

    Berlin, GERMANY

  4. Award Winning Spacecraft

    Spacecraft

    Castellon, Spain

  5. Award Winning Skyline Tower

    Skyline Tower

    Munich, Germany

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