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Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru: Finalist at the MIPIM Award 2022

Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru is a finalist in the MIPIM Award 2022!

MIPIM is the leading trade fair for the international real estate industry. Since 1991, the MIPIM Awards have recognised outstanding real estate awards worldwide. There were 171 entries from 45 countries in 12 categories for the MIPIM Award 2002.

The project “Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru” by Eller + Eller Architekten was shortlisted in the category “Best futura mega project” together with three other applicants and was thus in the final. Eller + Eller Architekten were the only architectural firm from Germany among the 46 finalists.

MIPIM 2022 took place from 15 to 18 March in Cannes, France, with the MIPIM Award ceremony on 17 March.

Eller + Eller Architekten were represented at MIPIM 2022, as an official participant in the “German Pavilion” of the Network Architectural Export NAX of the German Federal Chamber of Architects. The project “Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru” was presented at the joint stand.


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“We are realising the most innovative campus in the world,” was the brief given to the architects. The global research and development campus in Bengaluru, India, will become the new “Innovation Hub” of Siemens Healthineers India. The 175,000 sqm (gross floor area) complex sets new standards in construction and operation for the structural implementation of radical changes in working and management methods. The guiding concept is characterised by cooperation, communication and transparency. Seven buildings, staggered in height and grouped around a green inner courtyard, are connected to each other on several levels via “skywalks” and terrace-like “skygardens”. This multi-layered, horizontally networked, decentralised structure without a vertical hierarchy with up to 18 full storeys promotes the equality of work processes and forces human encounters as an interdisciplinary nucleus for technological innovation and leadership. The building complex also sets standards in the implementation of CO2-neutral operation, a 100% self-sufficient energy supply, a high-performance, multifunctional building envelope and the symbiotic integration of the landscape.

Siemens Healthineers has set itself the goal of being a climate-neutral company in terms of its own emissions by 2030. The campus as a CO2-neutral building will already fulfil this in operation in 2025. The resilient building is designed for LEED Platinum certification and a 100-year lifespan. The design of the campus makes optimal use of the local climatic conditions. The natural east-west air circulation in the outdoor area is continued indoors by a ventilation system that uses the Venturi effect. The energy required for operation is generated 100% on the company’s own property from renewable sources. The building’s own recycling plant and the reuse of grey water are part of the circular economy. Large open spaces with intensive greening ensure the preservation of biodiversity on the site. The independent microclimate of the campus contributes to reducing the urban heat island effect.

Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru, Campus/Plaza
Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru, Foyer
Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru, Skygarden

The project participants


Siemens Healthineers Private Limited, Mumbai, Indien

General planner
Workplace Consulting:

Eller + Eller Architekten GmbH, Düsseldorf/Berlin

multi-discipline engineer:

Arup Deutschland GmbH, Berlin

Landscape architecture:

Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH, München
Siemens Healthineers Campus Bengaluru, Erdgeschoss + Außenanlagen

The campus in numbers

175,000 m2 Gross floor area GFA
143,000 m2 Main usable floor space HNF
4.56 ha Campusareal
Building height up to 70 m
up to 18 full storeys
Competition win 01/2021
Start of planning 05/2021
Start of construction summer 2022
Completion 2025


Press release of the MIPIM Award from 16.02.2022

46 outstanding development projects from around the world have been shortlisted for the prestigious MIPIM Awards 2022

Paris, February 16, 2022 – The MIPIM Awards, an internationally-renowned real estate competition for completed or yet to be built projects around the world, has revealed its finalists.

The 13-member jury has selected 46 projects from 21 countries that now go forward to the finals of the international real estate industry’s premier awards. The 2022 finalists reflect the global appeal of the MIPIM Awards. France has seven projects heading to Cannes, followed by Italy with six projects, UK with five, Belgium and Denmark with three each, and USA, China and Spain having two each. View the full list of finalists here.

The jury, chaired this year by François Trausch, Global CEO & CIO of Allianz Real Estate, reviewed hundreds of entries and shortlisted the finest projects in each of the 12 competition categories. This year, in addition to the usual criteria, the jury also looked at how the project adapts to the consequences of the pandemic on the way people live, work, shop and entertain themselves.

The winners will be announced at the MIPIM Awards ceremony on Thursday 17 March starting at 18:30 in the Grand Auditorium of the Palais des Festivals of Cannes.

The winners will be selected on a 50:50 basis, with delegates’ votes cast online and on site, carrying equal weight with the jury’s own votes. In addition, the jury of real estate experts from around the world will award one additional prize – the ‘Special Jury Award’, which goes to their favourite project among all.

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