At the end of a row of five solitaires along Lennéstrasse, this high rise office building stands not far from Potsdamer Platz.
It was created as the last in the series of typologically identical buildings and had to be clearly different from its direct neighbor, which was also designed by us. We consistently continued the theme of the continuous "dematerialization" in the façade design of the five towers. Building Lennéstraße 3 has become even lighter and more glazed. The vertical structural elements are located behind the façade, so that only the horizontal floor slabs and the room-high glazing can be seen on the outside. In cooperation with the industry, a separate façade system without separate window railings was developed. The floor-to-ceiling all-glass façade stands on the property line; this eliminates the construction area in the façade and the building received extremely high space efficiency.
This very abstract design principle, reminiscent of minimalist sculptures (e.g. Donald Judd), was realized with a high level of technical know-how and a high degree of artistic detail.