Oslo Horisont, a large-scale transformation project totaling 82,000 m² with a focus on adaptive re-use, is being created on a central site next to the station area. The project comprises two high-rise buildings with a raised public green landscape.
Modernisation of an iconic 70s Swiss office building into a highly sustainable building integrated with the surrounding park and Lake Zürich to become a new attraction for users and citizens in Zürich.
Fjordporten is located at Oslo central station and comprises a high-rise building with a base. The building merges transport, work, leisure time, culture and business into a forward-oriented and robust hub.
The German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) is a sustainable timber building with integrated solar panels and a strong focus on daylight and shared green spaces.
In the heart of Werksviertel-Mitte, Munich, close to the city center, the CO:WK creates a vibrant and flexible workplace in a unified building, capable of offering an exciting blend of offices, culture, entertainment and shops.