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Kö-Bogen – Düsseldorf, Germany

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Building:  Kö-Bogen (“King’s Bow”)
Location:  Düsseldorf, Germany
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Mechanical Systems Engineer: Winter Ingenieure
Civil Engineer:  Ingenieurbüro Wendt
Contractor: Zechbau
Structural Engineer: NAI Nagaraj 
Facade Consultant: Murphy Facade Studio and Infacon
Building Physics: Graner and Partner
Client: Die Developer
Completed: 2013

AEInterests:
432,300 square feet of buildings and retail space; Unifying point for the city; Green roof system and landscape incorporated throughout [a1]; Mix of straight and curved geometry; Urban regeneration;  LEED platinum award for sustainable construction [a2]

Articles, Videos:
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Written by Jordan Stirling

July 2, 2018 at 7:46 pm

Posted in Built

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