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The value of a company lies not just in it technical and design proficiency, but also in its tradition. Now in its seventh generation of family ownership, Siedle was founded in 1750 near Furtwangen, Germany, in the heart of the Black Forest. Beginning as an early member of the clock industry, the company has evolved over time, but remains a symbol of superlative design and fabrication.

Today, Siedle is Europe’s leading producer of building communication systems, and continues to manufacture from its established base in the Black Forest, where the owners and employees maintain a deep respect for the meticulous craftsmanship and innovative design that have always been at the center of the company.



If there one element of Siedle's philosophy that best captures their unwavering commitment to excellence, it's the belief that each communication system should be as individual as the person who owns it. While every entry station is designed to blend into the architectural environment, Siedle's primary goal is to provide the end-user with the freedom to shape the final product. From color and finish through to functional scope, Siedle products are fabricated to address the personal preferences and needs of each client.

While this spirit of design freedom animates all of Siedle's products, it finds its most elevated expression in the Steel line, which begins as a custom line drawing and ends as a collaboration between patron and artisan, resulting in a truly singular creation. As such, each entry station is designed to offer something unique to its owner, while still exemplifying Siedle's fundamental belief that excellence in design creates the opportunity to achieve an architectural ideal - the perfect expression of form and function. 


The ideal entry station should be elegant and stylish, but it also must be correctly engineered if it is to achieve lasting reliability. Siedle's factory represents the best of both technical worlds: part-human and part-machine.


To create iconic entry stations, the skills of people are combined with the precision of automation.  Faceplates are formed by CAD-controlled laser cutting instruments, while brake forming, high quality machining and precise welding equipment manage the initial phases of product fabrication.


Although precision machining occupies a prominent position in the production process, Siedle's Steel and Classic products are the result of a great deal of human attention as well. Given the design freedom Siedle affords its clients, and the complex variety of product variations it produces, success can only be achieved with the skill and meticulous care of a human technician.

Underlying this approach is the knowledge that to achieve the apex of custom fabrication, a company must address more than simply the question of engineering. Modern manufacturing excellence is characterized first and foremost by a motivation born of a singularly human attribute: Pride of achievement.


Siedle is a company in the seventh generation of family management, headed by CEO Gabriele Siedle. The business employs over 500 staff members and continues to manufacture from its headquarters in Germany's Black Forest. 

Christoph Weber, Jochen Cura and Peter Strobel currently assume managerial responsibility at Siedle as CEOs.

This traditional firm enjoys a reputation for its cutting-edge technology, uncompromising quality and prize-winning design. Siedle runs four exhibition centers in Germany and Europe, as well as a series of sales arms in most major markets.


It's products have become synonymous with enduring quality, bespoke craftsmanship, technological innovation and timeless style.

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