Impressive in its architecture and building automation

Kö-Bogen, Düsseldorf

On an area of 9,000 square metres star architect Daniel Libeskind has created a two-part, 26-metre-high building ensemble with a floor area of around 42,000 square metres. Distinctive for Kö-Bogen is the succinct glass facade and Roman travertine, which opens toward the northern and western side with diagonal cuts. With its special facade technique and the floating gardens of Königsallee the Kö-Bogen speaks its very own language. The tenants in Kö-Bogen are high-quality flagship stores of top international brands such as Apple, Porsche Design, Windsor or Strenesse, with unique store concepts. Also a variety of catering businesses have settled here. In the upper floors modern and highly functional offices are available. The largest commercial area of around 7,000 square metres is already occupied by the international consulting agency "The Boston Consulting Group".

The Kö-Bogen in Düsseldorf is LEED Platinum certified and was awarded the "Oscar of the real estate industry".

The ultra-modern building with its imposing glass façade is not only impressive from the outside - the architecture is also impressive from the inside with a view of the floating gardens of the Königsallee.
KNX control elements from Busch-Jaeger are used for the room and building control, which increases the energy efficiency of the building and the comfort of the users.