Kö-Bogen Düsseldorf by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf

Ko-Bogen DüsseldorfKö-Bogen is a six-story 432,300-square-foot office and retail complex in downtown Düsseldorf and marks an important transition between urban space and landscape.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

Two city blocks are joined with one continuous roof line, forming a unified space for walking, shopping and working.
Ko-Bogen DüsseldorfThe building also creates a connected space between the Schadowplatz, a pedestrian street, and the Hofgarten, the central park in Düsseldorf.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

A two-story connecting bridge with roof terrace connects the east and west blocks of Kö-Bogen and between the two blocks are green courtyards, which also provide generous daylight to the interior spaces.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

Permeated cuts into Kö-Bogen itself allow for the landscape to naturally blend and flow into the building space.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

The green courtyards and green roof become part of a new environment that bridges urban space with park space, a fitting entryway to and from the Hofgarten.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

The project has been realized by by Studio Daniel Libeskind (SDL) with Architekt Daniel Libeskind AG (ADL). Source by Studio Daniel Libeskind.

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie

Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
Structural Engineer: NAi Nagaraj Ingenieure
Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing Engineer: Winter Ingenieure
Civil Engineer: Ingenieurbüro Wendt
Façade: Murphy Facade Studio + Infacon
Model: SDL
Size: 40,165 sq.m (Base Design)
13,547 sq.m (Underground Parking )
38,097 sq.m (Alternative Design)
Year: 2013
Client: die developer
Photographs: Kirscher Fotografie, SDL, Murphy Facade Studio

Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Kirscher Fotografie
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Murphy Facade Studio
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © Murphy Facade Studio
Ko-Bogen Düsseldorf
Photo © SDL

1 Comment

  1. It’s gross!! Even by Libeskind’s low standards, this is particularly disgusting. He’s the worst architect n the planet.

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