Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) is a universal bank that was founded in 1999 in Germany. LBBW Singapore branch opened in 1995 and continues to assist international companies on their way to emerging markets in the Asia Pacific region.
Located at 79 Robinson Road (Former CPF building), the new building was designed by American architecture firm Gensler, in collaboration with Singapore’s DCA Architects. Standing at 180 metres tall, the new development features a pixelated façade with panel sizes of different sizes and tile angles, akin to an algorithm of binary codes.
As part of the office fit out, LBBW Singapore required a one stop solution for power and USB charging technology. CMS was selected to supply for this project due to trust in our product quality, aesthetics, and is easy to use. For this project, CMS supplied Athena II power rails and Alpha 4 rails. Athena was specified above the desk to provide personal power and USB-C Fast charging, and the Alpha was specified below the desk to bring soft-wired power outlets for fixed items like monitors and desktop computers.
- Electrical Contractor: Ngai Chin Construction Pte Ltd
- Architect: Wolf Studio
- Commercial Furniture: Zenith