The “airplane” is a three-dimensional steel structure
The “airplane” is a three-dimensional steel structure, which distributes its loads to the foundation across three concrete cores. Construction elements are solid wall and truss girders. The “airplane floor” and “airplane roof” distribute their loads to the surrounding airplane-high truss girder. The airplane floor thus spans freely between the edge girders, the roof generally spans freely across both sides of the building. Spans and cantilevers measure up to 60 m.
Upper edge of roof 32.20 m
Length of the polygon-shaped trusses up to 50 m
Span of the main trusses up to 120 m
Steel structure approx. 3,560 t
1040 Vienna, Austria
Wenzel + Wenzel Freie Architekten Dipl.-Ing.
70188 Stuttgart, Germany
ARGE Stahlbau Porschemuseum (Consortium)
consisting of the companies:
– Donges Stahlbau GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
– stahl+verbundbau gmbh, Dreieich, Germany
– Claus Queck GmbH, Düren, Germany
– Friedrich Bühler GmbH und Co. KG, Altensteig, Germany
Execution planning, delivery and assembly of the steel structure, corrosion protection, roof trapezoidal sheets, cassette wall sheets, cassette construction for the “airplane floor”, reinforced concrete composite ceilings, and fire protection coating.
Construction period 2007 / 2008