Skyline Tower Munich

On the northern edge of Munich’s Parkstadt Schwabing, the Skyline Tower is an office complex with a 22-storey high-rise and two four- and six-storey base buildings. The elongated building sections of the “Campus” and the Tower form a harmonious spatial and visual unit with a glass facade. A transparent glass roof between the Tower and the opposite part of the building has turned the square below into a forum and now serves as a meeting place.

Transparent Glass Roof Spans the Forum

The building is constructed in such a way that a flexible room layout is possible according to the tenant’s wishes, both in individual offices and in combined and open-plan offices. The steel and glass construction of the Skyline Tower combines the installation of a modern thermal insulation facade made of glass with highly efficient, energy-saving technology in the generation of heat and cold, in the ventilation and air-conditioning technology and in the electrical engineering.

Jahn, Chicago/USA

Planning time
2001 − 2002 and 2007 − 2009

Construction time
2008 − 2010

Services by Werner Sobek
Structural engineering (WP 1 − 6 acc. to § 49 HOAI)

63,150 m²

Bayerische Bau und Immobilien Gruppe, Munich/Germany

Rainer Viertlböck, Gauting/Germany

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