Auftraggeber / Kunde:
Implenia Schweiz AG
Buildings – Ausführung Prime
Gigon /Guyer Architekten, Zürich
Reba Fassadentechnik AG
At the height of times
Promising aspects – outwards as well as inwards. Behind the impressive façade of Andreasturm high-quality office, retail and service areas are being built until 2018. The 80-metre high Andreasturm with its 22 floors is directly connected to the Oerlikon train station through the eastern pedestrian tunnel, allowing tenants, passer-bys and customers comfortable access. Here, an attractive urban development link between the train station and the Leutschenbach area is being created – more breathing space for inspiration.
The Andreasturm is being built according to sustainability requirements as per the “DGNB Platinum” label adapted by the Swiss Sustainable Building Council (Schweitzer Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Immobilienwirtschaft (SGNI)).
The Andreasturm with its double façades is similar in appearance to the Prime Tower – also realised by Dobler Metallbau – and is set to become another Zurich landmark.
Beginning of construction April 2016; planned completion 2018
22 floor office tower
Approx. 10,000 m² double façade as unitised façade with impact panes and integrated side-hung windows and venetian blinds
Approx. 1,050 m² special façade lower ground / ground floor / level 1. Top floor incl. suspended sheet metal/glass/glass bottom view cladding with integrated rotating doors, sliding doors, revolving doors, folding door system and letterbox systems.