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A Highlight in Noise Insulation and Fire Safety

HighLight Towers, Munich

Standing 126 m and 113 m tall, the glass and steel HighLight Towers are a defining feature of the Munich skyline. 

This ensemble of elegant high-rise buildings at Münchner Tor are part of the redevelopment of the district of Parkstadt Schwabing and offer 82,500 m2 of floor space. These new buildings fulfil the stringent requirements of contemporary urban development. In addition to state-of-the-art office workplaces, the complex also includes a hotel with 160 studios/suites and conference areas.

The slimline support structure for the two towers is a highly distinctive feature. The innovative steel composite construction does away with the need for the reinforced concrete cores that would normally have been used. 

To ensure that the strict fire safety requirements for high-rise construction were nonetheless fulfilled, the planners employed modern drywall construction methods throughout large sections of the building. Wherever necessary, and in consultation with the building supervisory authorities, special structures tailored to the building concept were developed and installed.

Architect:

  • Murphy/Jahn, Chicago

R&M services:

  • 46.000 m² of
    property-specific fire protection within support structures, elevator shafts and fire compartments
  • 14.000 m² of
    plasterboard system partitions
  • 1.500 m² of
    sound-absorbing ceiling coverings
  • 3.000 linear metres of
    façade partition connection; adapted to the construction project in terms of fire protection
  • 2.500
    door elements with integrated top light and side glazing and various noise and fire protection features
  • 1.500 m² of
    glass wall systems 

HighLight Towers, Munich