Measured in metres, kilos and euros, our products make up a tiny part of a building. But cloakrooms, handrails and changing benches visibly contribute to the overall impression. They are perceived exactly when the visitor wishes for something like a friendly, helping hand. Unobtrusive, but reliably at hand.
This is how you should also experience us as a company. In any case, we will do everything to achieve this. Constructively with our rontec principle, in partnership with emphatically personal support during planning and installation. Are your ideas or deadlines unusual? Go ahead. We consider our experience in product development, manufacturing and individualisation as the best preparation for real challenges. And we have been doing so for almost 50 years.
The coat wanders across the counter in exchange for a output marker. This happens millions of times a day all over the world, but each time it is an act of trust. And a special moment in the relationship between humans and the building: it seals that the stranger, just outside, is now a welcomed guest. When you have cast off, you are really inside. For moments like this we do everything. Not only with our wardrobe systems. Our handrail systems and changing benches also play the role of the friendly and helping hand in your facility. You can make particularly high demands on every rontec product. In design, well thought-out function and durability. Have we stimulated your expectations? Then we look forward to fulfilling them soon. A first opportunity is our emphatically personal support during planning. And far beyond delivery and installation, you should be able to say point by point: HOOK ON IT.
Many of the buildings that we have furnished bear great names. For us, this is an incentive. In our product segment we also want to be perceived as a good name. Our origins already stand for this: Busser + Gerstenmeyer Ltd. laid the foundation for our company in 1972. In the following years, rondal and rontec established themselves as brands for cloakroom systems, then also for changing benches and handrail systems.
Since 2010 we are rontec Ltd. Metallwerke. Just another name? As a Swabian company, something like this has deeper roots. And so it is with us. The traditional features of our products are also permanently the maxims of our company: uncompromising quality, timeless design, almost unlimited adaptability. In short: For you we do not only want to be first class for wardrobes.
The Palace of Culture in Dresden was awarded the German Architecture Prize for 2019. The winners, gmp Architected von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, had chosen rontec foyer for furnishings. The cloakroom alone hardly decides to what extent a building deserves an award. But whether areas such as the cloakroom or a changing room are planned carefully and with attention to detail says something about the way the architects' office thinks and works - and thus about its value for money. If you and your office also work well, then we will be happy to support you in your quest for the particularly good solution. With products that give you all the possibilities, but never push themselves into the foreground. With a consultation in which we understand your plans instead of bending them. And with a quality that makes your good name reverberate with the client for a long time.
Representative of the many great people and offices we have been able to work with so far, we would like to mention those who are represented with an object in the product book:
Ackermann + Raff, Stuttgart and Tübingen || ACT Mathis Tröster, Rainau || AKS Architekturbüro Klose + Sticher, Bad Homburg || Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten, Munich || Auer Weber, Stuttgart and Munich || Vermögen und Verwaltung Baden-Württemberg || Baisch + Fritz, Tübingen || Senate Department for the Interior and Sport, Berlin || Bez + Kock, Stuttgart || Eckart Brennecke, Berlin || City of Fellbach, Building Department and School Office || Glück + Partner, Stuttgart || gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, Hamburg || h4a, Stuttgart, Munich and Düsseldorf || Markus Hammes, Stuttgart || Ferdinand Heide, Frankfurt am Main || Jürgen Hermann, Köngen || Koczor, Teuchert Lünz, Rottweil || Nils Krause, Stuttgart || Alfred Messel, Berlin || Theodor Neuscheler, Walddorfhäslach || reichel + benkeser, Heidelberg || reichert schulze architekten, Stuttgart || Rems-Murr-Kreis-Immobilien-Management, Waiblingen || Riehle+Assoziierte, Stuttgart and Reutlingen || Stefan Seemüller, Bamberg || Sir James Frazer Stirling, London || State Capital Stuttgart, School Administration Office || Oswald Mathias Ungers, Cologne || UNStudio, Amsterdam || Bolwin Wulf Architects, Berlin || Wolff & Müller, Stuttgart || Dieter Zapfe, Rudolstadt || dasch zürn + partner, Stuttgart