Green city tower



Study for a "mixed-use" skyscraper

Study, 2018


  • Private project with public outdoor facilities with public outdoor area related to the district
  • High share of assisted living and apartments (>70%)
  • Promotion of informal communication at different levels
  • Creation of a unique identification point as the face of the district


  • Wood/concrete-hybrid-structure
  • Indoor greenery, façade greenery and green roofs for humidification and CO2 neutralization
  • Natural ventilation and illumination
  • Use of synergies in cooling and heating production
  • Use of geothermal, photovoltaic and environmental cooling
  • Promotion of mobility by bicycle and public transport


  • High utilization of the property by minimizing the space consumption
  • Wood/concrete-hybrid-structure saves 50% of the load
  • Minimized resource consumption through wood/concrete-hybrid-structure and maximum savings in the formation
  • Use of prefabricated elements


34.500 m²

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale


Luxigon (visualization)

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