Visualisation: The former Siemens headquarters is to become an office building again.
Visualisation: South One is getting a new façade. A photovoltaic system is integrated into the facade. This is intended to reduce the building's energy consumption.
Visualisation: In addition to the high-rise building, there is to be an extension with meeting rooms and a day-care centre.
Visualisation: There will be small shops and a café on the ground floor.
The former Siemens high-rise is a listed building.
The building has been empty for 15 years. A look at the facade shows that a lot needs to be done in terms of renovation.
Today, a fence borders Baierbrunner Strasse 54. In the future, there will be a public footpath north of the high-rise building.
For some, this is the striking symbol of the south of Munich, for others it is just another sinful construction of the early 1960s. No question: The former Siemens corporate headquarters on Baierbrunner Strasse is polarizing, and also divides opinion with regard to its future use under the new name ‘South One’. When first built, the 75-metre a sprawlinghigh-rise building was the tallest office building in Munich. After its sale, options were first explored for the conversion of the building into housing. The City of Munich then gave the green light for the building’s renovation, and creation of new office spaces. Among other things, the planned conversion of the 22-storey building will have to make way for the dilapidated glass and aluminium facade. However, the character of the former corporate headquarters is to be preserved. In fact, 54 Baierbrunner Strasse is a listed building.
Architecture: Hans Maurer
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