NOBLE MAILBOXES FOR LUXURY DOMICILES
Brilliant appearance for Knobloch
Oberkassel is known to be one of the most popular and beautiful parts of Düsseldorf. The impressive residential property INFRA Residenz am Belsenpark comprises 4 high-quality residential buildings with a continuous underground car park and is located in a quiet residential street with direct access to the park. The shape, proportionality and structure of the new buildings take up the structure of urban residences, which are emphasized by the elegant white and ecru-colored facades. The architects’ requirements for the inventory: the highest technical quality in terms of material and workmanship, as well as an elegant look that fits into the overall concept. The high-quality door side letterbox systems from Knobloch, which form the central elements of the four entrance areas, go well with this. The traditional Saxon company has chosen mirror polishing for the special look of the stainless steel surface. However, the manufacturer does not only score in terms of optics, all systems are equipped with flush-mounted security name tags and video modules. The design of the Knobloch mailbox system reflects the sophisticated ambience as well as the clarity and consistency of the architecture.
The traditional letterbox manufacturer KNOBLOCH is a specialist in custom-made products according to customer requirements. Due to its versatility, flexibility and willingness to innovate, the manufactory is one of the top in this segment.
Max Knobloch Nachf. GmbH was founded in 1869 and is known in the mailbox market under the brand name Knobloch. This makes Knobloch the oldest still producing mailbox manufacturer in Germany and the only full-range supplier in the area of mailboxes and letterbox systems. With 120 employees, Knobloch manufactures products for the entrance area and scores with quality from Germany, Saxony.
Jana Wagner, Marketing – PR employee
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