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We have everything you need for smooth people flow in your building.
For more than a century we’ve been excelling at projects ranging from affordable housing to the world’s tallest buildings.
KONE offers innovative and eco-efficient passenger and goods elevators for all types of buildings, from low and mid-rise structures to the world’s tallest skyscrapers.
We provide solutions which ease the flow of people and goods in new buildings, as well as those where the elevators need modernizing and existing buildings without elevators.
KONE escalators and autowalks set industry standards for safety, eco-efficiency, and visual design. Their high quality and reliability translate into a low total cost of ownership over their operational lifespan.
Our flexible solutions serve all types of environments, both indoor and outdoor, from small and large commercial centers, offices and hotels, to busy transport hubs that operate around the clock.
Our building door solutions are designed to ensure the smooth, efficient, and safe flow of people and goods in and out of all types of buildings, from transit centers to residential and office buildings, as well as medical, commercial, and educational facilities. KONE’s new turnstile solutions further enhance security, guidance, and convenience in your building.
Together with our building door and other solutions, including access and destination control, elevators, and escalators, they help people move around your building safely, comfortably, and without waiting.
KONE People Flow Intelligence is a comprehensive range of flexible solutions designed to meet the changing needs of modern buildings.
It includes solutions for access and destination control, as well as information communication and equipment monitoring – all based on KONE’s industry-leading technology. Learn more about our People Flow Intelligence solutions by watching the video
122 Leadenhall is a building of world firsts, boasting the world’s largest and fastest suite of panoramic elevators. But the real stunner is the mold-breaking design – nothing comparable has ever been attempted before.
Located near the historic commercial center in Chicago, Illinois, the high-rise at 300 North LaSalle is a showpiece of urban architecture, state-of-the-art technology and eco-efficiency.
As reflected in its resplendent red-and-white color scheme, the new Otkrytiye Stadium in Moscow is home to Spartak Moscow, one of the most emblematic soccer teams in Europe. It will also be one of the main venues for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Saint Petersburg makes sound waves with one of the world’s largest and most sophisticated concert halls, the long-awaited Mariinsky II.
With its practical central location in Europe, Vienna International Airport is an important hub for travelers heading to Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Through rapid growth, the airport has become a major driver of Austria’s economy.
The spiral of the Cayan Tower makes it a standout building, even in the astonishing skyline of Dubai. The residential skyscraper is the tallest in the world with a 90-degree twist.
The reopened Madras Lighthouse on the east coast of the Indian subcontinent is one of the latest unique structures modernized by KONE.
Those luminous peaks are not a frozen mirage – they belong to the Iceberg, an award-winning residential scheme in the Aarhus Docklands development in Denmark. But how do you install elevators in buildings shaped like jagged chunks of ice?
The Rotterdam skyline has been transformed by a new, unique icon of green architecture coined the Vertical City.
In a district where the sky-high rents are only beaten by New York’s Fifth Avenue, even the elevators need to have a luxurious touch. So when KONE supplied three glass elevators to Lee Garden One, which houses a high-end mall and top quality offices in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, design was paramount.
Towering above Jeddah’s North Corniche, the Headquarters Business Park stands like the sail of a dhow that has traversed the Red Sea coast for centuries – a fitting and iconic landmark for Saudi Arabia’s second largest city.
With an annual passenger turnover predicted to exceed 50 million by 2020, China’s newest and largest travel hub puts a new spin on the concept of mass transit.
Soaring to a height of more than one kilometer, Jeddah Tower will be the tallest building in the world when completed in 2019.
Housing 241 apartments atop 76,000 square meters of retail space, Jem® is the first lifestyle hub in West Singapore to integrate shopping entertainment and offices under one roof.
The London Underground, more commonly called the Tube, celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013, but it’s showing no signs of its age. KONE and the world’s oldest underground railway system work closely together to ensure a smooth and seamless transit experience for one billion commuters annually.
Amman – capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan – is a city steeped in history. When construction on the Le Royal hotel was completed in 2002, it was ultra-modern, yet its tower-like structure sits comfortably in a metropolis whose history stretches back more than 3,000 years.
When Madison Square Garden calls itself “The World’s Most Famous Arena”, few disagree. It has a rich history of hosting nearly every major name in music, all-star athletes, national political conventions, and numerous world-famous shows and events.
A state-of-the art, multi-purpose facility linked to a newly expanded convention center, hotel and entertainment district, Lucas Oil Stadium provides an exciting venue for high-profile events. With seating capacity of up to 70,000, the stadium has capacity to host NFL Super Bowl games.
Tour AXA, originally built in 1974, is located in the heart of La Défense, the business district of Paris. After three decades, it was time for a major change. The previous owners, AXA Real Estate and Beacon Capital Partners, wanted to break the continuity of the skyline and revive the area with a soaring new building.