German Embassy

Besides its unmistakable architecture, the German embassy in Serbia is also known for its bronze-colored entrance area, which blends harmoniously into the building’s walnut interior decor. This successful combination of exterior design and interior furnishings gives the embassy an inviting ambience and emphasizes its unique presence in Belgrade.


Belgrade, RS
Year of manufacture
Karl und P Architekturbüro

Project details

In March 2020, the new German Embassy building in Belgrade, Serbia, opened its doors. The building stands out for its exceptional architecture. In addition to the windows and doors, many other components were coated with our bronze-colored IGP-HWFclassic 591TE81576A3F powder coating.

The building’s façade is made of regional, almost white travertine, which is also reflected in the color scheme inside the building. In the entrance area, the walnut wall panels that characterize the heart of the building merge seamlessly with the bronze-colored façade cladding of the portal. The bronze-colored components – coated with IGP-HWFclassic 591TE81576A3F – are perfectly color-matched to the building’s façade and interior.

  • Treppenhaus der Deutschen Botschaft in Belgrad: Nussbaumholz wurde mit Pulverlack der IGP beschichtet | © IGP Pulvertechnik AG
  • Treppenhaus der Deutschen Botschaft in Belgrad | © IGP Pulvertechnik AG