Case Study by Bentley Systems – Guest Post
Tower Project Meets Sustainability Initiatives.
Set on a triangular 1,800-square-meter site, the 66-meter-high Tower on Milan Square in Stuttgart, Germany will have a gross floor area of 21,000 square meters. The footprint will house two premier hotel brands, and include retail and dining space and an underground parking garage. The tower is being built close to major buildings and Stuttgart Central Station.
The GBP 150 million project of STRABAG Real Estate GmbH, Germany will be instrumental in shaping the center of Stuttgart with its distinctive and environmental architecture. The Tower on Milan Square will be designed and constructed with the latest sustainability trends in mind, including roof garden spaces, pockets of greenery planted in the stone façade, and ample public space. Grapevines will be planted in the stone niches and irrigated with collected rainwater.