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.
With a height of 72 and 34 metres, the two residential towers clearly mark the north-western corner of the new area in Vienna's 19th district. The facetted bending of the façades leads to an increase in plasticity, with a vividly changing perception over the course of the day and the sun.
Within an ensemble of five high-rise buildings planned in Vienna's 19th district, characterised by a mixture and combination of living, working and leisure, this 88 m high hotel high-rise stands as a solitaire next to the other high-rise residential buildings connected by a common base.
For the premium motorbike manufacturer TVS Motor Company, a campus master plan was developed for the expansion of the existing production facilities in Bengaluru, India. The task was to work out a strategic system of standardised elements for new research and development offices, laboratories and workshops.
This feasibility study investigated the potential for project development in the Northgate area in relation to the opening of a new light rail line in 2021. The mixed-use development of the site under study provides for 1,100 residential units, retail and office space.
On behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany, we are planning the residence of the German Embassy in Jakarta/Indonesia. After winning the competition, we were commissioned with the general planning.
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.
For the approximately 1,200 employees of the Ukrainian headquarters, an office building was planned in Kiev for the expanding Metro retail chain. It is a comb structure with four five-storey building blocks. The ground floor houses special areas such as the atrium, meeting and training rooms, showrooms and a restaurant.
For the headquarters of Siemens and Sistema Gals, two 110 m high, 27-storey high-rises with a shared 5-storey base building were built on one of the major access roads into the centre of Moscow.
The rapid expansion of the Metro retail chain in Eastern Europe required a headquarters with a total of 1,050 employees in the Romanian capital Bucharest. The comb-shaped building consists of a 110-metre-long longitudinal structure and three adjoining transverse sections, all up to five storeys high with an additional basement for the underground car park.
Metro AG is one of the leading global retail chains. Its explosive growth made it necessary to build a head office in Moscow. The new 6-storey building for 700 employees consists of two offset structures enclosing a central atrium.
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.