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Today, the foundation stone laying ceremony for the new headquarters of the Bayerische Versorgungkammer took place in Munich.

“We are extremely excited that the first timber hybrid building by our Berlin office is starting construction. The project has high ambitions for sustainability and will set an example for other projects. Just as importantly it will deliver new public spaces for Munich: by designing the entire ensemble as a high-rise building, we can devote the remainder of the plot to two squares to be used by all citizens as a new entrance to the park.” — David Chipperfield

Located on the former Siemens site in Munich's Bogenhausen district, two towers and an elongated wing will provide spaces for offices, conference rooms, a restaurant, a café, a childcare facility as well as a public rooftop bar with more than 75,000 m². The hybrid timber construction of the connecting wing and the 17-story tower facilitates an efficient use of building materials, improves the ecological balance of the building and provides a healthy indoor climate. The building is set to complete in 2028.

Image by ConSite Photography