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Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru, birds eye view
Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru
The Bengaluru campus will become the new ‘Innovation Hub’ of Siemens Healthineers India from 2025. The employees will work interdisciplinary in the areas of research, development and production in the approx. 175,000 m² GFA complex. The guiding concept for this innovative working world is characterised by collaboration, communication and transparency as well as extraordinary sustainability.
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Mizal, Creative Campus WPP, Düsseldorf
Mizal, Creative Campus WPP, Düsseldorf
MIZAL occupies a prominent place at the entrance to Düsseldorf's Media Harbour. As a modern office campus, the project follows the guiding principle of open and communicative working. A special feature is the maintenance-free closed-cavity façade, which is the largest in Germany.
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Blue green Ring, Incubator of Creativity, Düsseldorf
Blue-Green Ring, Düsseldorf
Our contribution to this international competition is thinking the state capital into the future. What could Düsseldorf look like in 30 years? The city does not need to reinvent itself. It can continue to focus on the international significance of its diverse quality of life if the unique qualities are clearly highlighted and strengthened.
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Urban Campus, Berlin
Urban Campus, Berlin
The Urban Campus consistently follows the all-in-one principle, which focuses on innovative spirit, communication and work-life integration: From sustainable construction and mobility to smart workspaces, fitness facilities, wellbeing and childcare. This is how the Urban Campus promotes team spirit, Employee satisfaction and productivity.
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Pier 61|63 Waterfront Living, Berlin
Pier 61|63 Waterfront Living, Berlin
In a prominent location on the banks of the Spree River in Berlin, a striking, nine-storey building is being built with a mixed use comprising a hotel with 167 rooms, around 70 rental flats and a restaurant in an attractive riverside location right next to East Side Park and the East Side Gallery.
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House of World Cultures, Berlin
House of World Cultures, Berlin
The House of World Cultures in Berlin is being comprehensively modernised and repaired by us. Built in 1957 as a congress hall and affectionately called the "pregnant oyster" by Berliners, the building was rededicated as the House of World Cultures in 1989 after partial collapse, reconstruction and vacancy in order to promote dialogue between the continents.
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