The Kutuzovsky International Center Moscow with a total area of 368,000 m² comprises two twin towers of approximately 180 and 200 m in height with 45 and 50 storeys as well as five separate nine-storey campus buildings. At its foot is a central plaza, an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of traffic.
On the former open space at Truman Plaza in Berlin-Dahlem, "Five Acres Berlin", a residential quarter with 130 residential units, was developed for Stofanel, which combines the advantages of urban living and large green and water areas due to its location.
The two striking high-rise buildings in the inner-city location of the Ukrainian capital reach a height of 192 m with their 46 floors. In addition to the predominantly office use, there is a 5-storey shopping mall with sports facilities, swimming pool and restaurants in the connecting base area, as well as 6 underground parking levels.
Hardly any German state parliament is so associated with its architecture in the public perception as the NRW state parliament with its iconic building on the banks of the Rhine in Düsseldorf. To this day, we oversee the preservation and transformation of the complex, which was completed in 1988, through many conversions and extensions.
After the fall of the Wall, a new location became necessary for the first all-German cultural project: The historic Zeughaus in Berlin's Mitte district was decided upon as the home of the permanent exhibition, and a new building for temporary exhibitions on an adjacent plot of land was soon decided upon. In 1996, I. M. Pei was commissioned with the planning of this extension.
The corporate headquarters with showrooms and casino are located within the garden ring south of the Kremlin and the Moskva River. The entire building site was developed as an office park and divided into seven construction phases. The building consists of two similar five-storey structures (side wings) with an interior atrium.