Service for architects

At SIMONSWERK, we tailor our services to your needs. Our expert contact partners offer tailored consultations. Besides texts for invitation to tenders, detailed product specifications and configurable CAD data, you will also find exciting additional information about hinge systems and relevant trade fair dates. Inspiring past projects round off SIMONSWERK’s service offering nicely.


Architect tools


Using our product selector, you can find all information that is relevant to our product portfolio. Whether you’re looking for load capacity tables, texts for invitation to tenders, milling data or quality marks, the product selector offers the necessary information for each product.

Product overview

Numerous videos for all hinge systems, including installation videos, are available on our download centre. Here you will also find all brochures, our technical specifications and certificates and the current version of our manual for download.

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In the SIMONSWERK product selector, you can download all the necessary 2D data for SIMONSWERK’s entire range of hinges as dxf files. You can also configure the accompanying 3D data and export it in all conventional CAD formats according to your needs.

Configure 3D data

BIM data

We offer 3D data, i.e. BIM data, via the external provider Cadenas. There you can easily configure the associated data and export it in all conventional CAD formats according to your needs.

Depending on their functional requirements, buildings and rooms make different structural demands of the door system, be they physical, safety-related or aesthetic. Architectural doors vary depending on the area of application such as in, commercial or residential buildings, or in terms of the load capacity, dimensioning, design or stress.

SIMONSWERK provides appropriate hinge solutions for all structural and design-based requirements and technical challenges.

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Exhibition dates




2024-10-15 - 2024-10-18

Hall 4

Stand A8/B9




2025-01-13 - 2025-01-17

Schwarzenstein Hütte, South Tyrol


For altitude lovers and travellers

It’s a challenging, exhausting and arduous climb to the highest hut the Zillertal Alps in South Tyrol – the Schwarzensteinhütte – but it’s worth it! If you make it up here, you won’t just be greeted by a unique view over the High Tauern, the Rieserferner Group and the Dolomite peaks of Marmolada, but you can also refuel in the distinctively designed and comfortably furnished retreat.

Linz Music Theatre


Linz Music Theatre

The music theatre in Linz is one of the most modern opera houses in Europe. The five-storey building with two basement levels, a fly tower and an distinctive façade in the form of a oversized stage curtain is located within the Volksgarten, one of the oldest parkland areas in Linz and a direct link to the city centre. The building’s architecture, integration into the urban environment and innovative technology are particularly impressive – from the acoustics to the furnishing details.

Mohr Life Resort Tyrol


Mohr Life Resort Tyrol

When on holiday, feeling relaxed and comfortable in your environment comes near the top of the list: The desire for an architecturally sophisticated home when on holiday is growing – and wellness breaks are becoming increasingly popular.The Hotel MOHR Life Resort is nestled in the Tyrolean mountains in the Austrian town of Lermoos and combines modern architecture with an impressive wellness concept.

Westphalian State Museum of Art and Cultural History


Westphalian State Museum of Art and Cultural History

The Westphalian State Museum of Art and Cultural History was designed by the Berlin-based architect Volker Staab in Münster and breaks new architectural and urban development grounds. The entrance was made to face towards the city centre and thus forms an extension of the city space into the heart of the city. Visitors to the museum pass through four forecourts to gain access to an open atrium that is the full height of the building.

Kirchberg rehabilitation centre


Kirchberg rehabilitation centre

In the Kirchberg rehabilitation centre in Luxembourg, designed by m3 architects, patients and visitors encounter many different wooden elements which create a natural atmosphere in the interior rooms. At the same time, the largely glass façade allows plenty of light into the interior, which can contribute to relaxation, recovery and recuperation – an important aspect for a facility designed to promote mental and physical health.


Our passion for
outstanding architecture
is demonstrated in many ways.

Each one of our hinges and hinge systems will eventually find itself between the door and frame of a building. We’ve listed some past projects for you to be able to see the diversity of our products and their different areas of application.


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