The German Embassy is a prestigious property combining the main colonial-style Embassy building & a semi-detached house. Both designed in the 1960s by prominent German architect Egon Eiermann. The Embassy suffered from asbestos contamination. As a result, the German Embassy had to be completely renovated in order to meet modern-day health & safety standards – a challenging task for the architects having to balance the rigorous constraints of US building regulations with the need to respect & adapt Eiermann’s original design. The team of architects have chosen to use Accoya windows as part of the overall renovation project.
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