A highlight in the skyline
Even in miniature, the MAIN TOWER convinced the experts: In an international competition in 1991, the jury decided in favour of the model designed by Hamburg-based architects Schweger and Partners.
With a clear language reduced to the basic forms of circles and squares, the MAIN TOWER had an unmistakable appearance of its own from the outset. Yet, with its balanced proportions, it blends harmoniously into the cityscape and into the ensemble of the skyline. This is not least thanks to the carefully chosen gradation between the filigree 200 m round tower, the 170 m square tower and the base, which in turn makes use of the original building from the early 20th century, thus creating a close connection to the adjacent skyscrapers. Incidentally, the architecture of the MAIN TOWER won the IMMOBILIEN AWARD 2001 at the CIMMIT congress.