Büro-Campus Neuer Kanzlerplatz Bonn
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Hochhaus-Fassadenstruktur aus Architekturbeton
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Foyer des Hochhauses
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Counter im Foyer des Hochhauses
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Blick in die Lobby des Hochhauses
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Büro im Hochhaus
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Office Center „New Bundeskanzlerplatz Bonn“

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Bundeskanzlerplatz 2-10, 53113 Bonn
Art-Invest Real Estate - Köln
Traffic planner
BSV, Aachen
Landscape architect
RMP, Bonn

A new office complex is under development directly adjacent to the Federal Quarter and the Museum Mile - more precisely on the property of the former “Bonn Center”. The focus of the project is on high-end attractive architecture, that also offers urban and functional quality. The new development is intended to create a sensible, compatible transition to the adjacent southern residential development.

Rising to 28 floors, the high point of the building ensemble designed by JSWD Architekten is almost as high as the neighboring “Lange Eugen” [Tall Eugene], the former House of Representatives, which reaches to 114 m. With this, the new tower ranks number three in the hierarchy of Bonn’s high-rise buildings. Three office buildings of differing elevations, all designed with pentagonal floor plans, will in future surround the new municipal square. The building ensemble blends in well with the urban environment. The inner-city landmark of the former “Bonn Center” dating back to the 1960s, had been demolished as far back as March of 2017. The structural work is scheduled to begin in early 2019. Meanwhile, the preparation of the 12 m deep excavation is being prepared. The completion is scheduled for 2021. The German Postbank will be the principal tenant of the 40,000 m2 floor space.

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