Skyline Tower Munich

Architects
JAHN, Chicago/USA

Planning time
2001 – 2002 and 2007 – 2009

Construction time
2008 – 2010

Services rendered by Werner Sobek
Structural engineering

Client
Bayerische Bau und Immobilien Gruppe, Munich/Germany

Photographers
Rainer Viertlböck, Gauting/Germany

The Skyline Tower is a 22-storey high-rise building with two fourand sixstorey plinth buildings, located on the northern edge of Munich’s park district of Schwabing. With a continual glass facade the elongated parts of the „Campus“ building and the tower form a spatially and visually harmonious entity. The building has been designed to allow extremely flexible partitioning of the rooms in line with the wishes of the tenant so that individual as well as open-plan offices or a combination of both are possible. The transparent steel and glass construction of the „Skyline Tower“ combines a modern, thermally insulated glass facade with the use of energy-saving technology for heating and cooling, ventilation and air-condtioning as well as the electrical installations.

 

 

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