这座办公楼由HPP第一代合伙人Helmut Hentrich 和 Hubert Petschnigg为Phönix-Rheinrohr AG（1964年改名为蒂森公司）设计的， 是当时德国战后现代主义的杰出代表作。 建成后蒂森公司总部入驻，直至2010年搬出，后来一直空置。 直到2011年，MOMENI集团和黑马投资公司联合购买了该楼，并委任该楼的原设计师HPP建筑事务所来对该楼进行翻新。
Dreischeibenhaus win real estate Oscar-MIPIM Award 2015 in the Best Refurbished Building Category
The administrative building, originally designed by Helmut Hentrich and Hubert Petschnigg for Phönix-Rheinrohr AG (re-named Thyssen in 1964) is one of the outstanding icons of German post-war modernism. Used by ThyssenKrupp as company headquarters until they moved out in 2010, the building then stood empty. In 2011 the MOMENI Group and Black Horse Investments purchased the listed building and commissioned HPP Architects, successors to the original architects, to carry out the refurbishment.
立面的改造主要是在每一层层间的内侧添加了一道幕墙，以降低能耗。 外立面的承重幕墙和窗槛墙予以保留，唯一改变的就是安装了防撞玻璃。 新添加的内侧幕墙窗户可以通过手动开启， 达到自然通风的效果。 遮阳系统安装在内外幕墙之间，即可以达到保温的目的， 又保持了原本的经典外观，即令人熟悉的遮阳板开关错落的印象。
The curtain wall façade was made energy-efficient by the addition of a new internal primary façade to the offices on each storey. The external load-bearing façade including the spandrels were left in their original state, the only change was to install impact-glazing. The windows of the primary façade can be opened manually to enable draught-free ventilation of the offices. The sunshades fitted between the two skins of the façade also offer thermal protection and even appear to be on the outside, such that, from a distance, the building appears unchanged; the familiar sight with its opened and closed sunshades remains.
Due to the durability of the original material, the stainless steel cladding on the sides of the building was cleaned and retained.
其余的改造工作，一项主要的内容就是更新了楼宇管理系统与服务和消防安全系统。 原来的系统因为过于分散而多占用了大约1200平米的使用面积。 多亏安装了大量的防火卷帘和增添了一个紧急出口，才使大堂可以维持原状。
In addition to the works to the façade, a major achievement was the renewal of the building management systems and services and the fire safety system. The former were decentralised resulting in an additional 1,200 m² of usable space. Thanks to the installation of a number of fire curtains and the provision of an additional emergency exit, the listed foyer was retained in its original condition.
The office floors were modernised in order to create a flexible letting concept; up to two units per storey can now be achieved. The design and fit-out of the interiors was determined by the tenants, a number of whom opted to make reference to the building itself, choosing dark green marble floors or stainless steel cladding to the service core.
大楼底层和地下停车也按要求进行了改造， 目前大楼的地下停车库直接与市级的地下通道连接。 此外楼顶还新添加了两个露台。
Further refurbishment works were required to the lower ground floors and the underground car park, which now connects directly to the municipal tunnel system. Two new terraces have also been added to the roofs of the external slices of the building.
租户: Incl. Allen & Overy, alltours, A.T. Kearney, Black Horse Investments, Cadman, Gleiss Lutz, Jones Lang LaSalle, Latham & Watkins, Roland Berger
总建筑面积: 35,000 m²
工位: 约 1,200
翻新: 2012 – 2014/15
楼层: 地上26 层， 地下3层
高度: 96 米
设计: HPP Architects, Düsseldorf Studio
主创: Joachim H. Faust
项目合伙人: Claudia Roggenkämper
项目负责人: Karl Heinz Wolff
团队: Fritz Altland, Sema Arda-al-Salahi, Detlev Armeloh, Ugur Aybirdi, Erwin Drese, Anika, Kessel, Markus Leiting, Heike Pauckert-Noelte, Florentine Struss, Marion Weiler
Project Name: Dreischeibenhaus Refurbishment
Client: Dreischeibenhaus GmbH & Co. KG
(a joint venture of the MOMENI Group
and Black Horse Investments)
Tenants: Incl. Allen & Overy, alltours, A.T. Kearney, Black Horse Investments, Cadman, Gleiss Lutz, Jones Lang LaSalle, Latham & Watkins, Roland Berger
GFA: 35,000 m²
Work places: approx. 1,200
Year of construction: 1960
Refurbishment: 2012 – 2014/15
Storeys: 26 above-ground, 3 below-ground
Height: 96 metres
Green Building: aiming for LEED Gold
Planning: HPP Architects, Düsseldorf Studio
Partner: Joachim H. Faust
Project Partner: Claudia Roggenkämper
Project Leader: Karl Heinz Wolff
Team: Fritz Altland, Sema Arda-al-Salahi, Detlev Armeloh, Ugur Aybirdi, Erwin Drese, Anika, Kessel, Markus Leiting, Heike Pauckert-Noelte, Florentine Struss, Marion Weiler
HPP is one of Germany‘s oldest and most successful Architectural Partnerships. Founded by Helmut Hentrich, the company celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2013 and is currently managed by the fourth generation of architects. From the very beginning, administrative and corporate headquarters for major German companies have been among the company’s most renowned projects. These include the headquarters for various insurance companies such as ERGO, Allianz and LVM. The most recently completed projects include the Vodafone Campus in Düsseldorf, the Clariant Innovation Centre in Frankfurt, the maxCologne offices including the Lanxess Tower in Cologne and the LVM 5 Tower in Münster.