Süddeutscher Verlag, Munich

Süddeutscher Verlag, Munich


Süddeutscher Verlag, Munich, Germany


Gewers Kühn und Kühn, Berlin, Germany

Facade Handover:



Hochtief-Construction AG, Germany

“Pretty smart”

Energy efficiency can look so good, and the world can be reflected in such an innovative facade. The building envelope of the Süddeutscher Verlag in Munich, developed by the architects Gewers, Kühn and Kühn was planned, manufactured and installed by Dobler.The converted double facades from Dobler, the roof and other constructions show not only the highest technical standards but are also proof of the harmony between abilities in craftsmanship and creative elegance.

As extraordinarily ecologically as the tower is, the parties involved were also delighted by the extremely short installation period and the outstanding quality of the project. The building was the first office building awarded with the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) seal of approval in Gold for sustainable building in Germany.


18.100 m² of double-facades with 3.544 storey high opening windows, 1.200 m² of glass roof, 1.950 m² of stick-system facades, as well as 890 m² of special facades and doors systems.

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