The Süddeutsche Verlag moved into its new head office in Munich-Steinhausen after three years building. The old headquater in the Sendlinger Street was not able to place all employees, but now in the new building all activities of the publishing company are tied. For 1.850 employees was formed a big office world with modern workstations in administration and editorial office on 51.000 sqm.
The complex of buildings created by Gewers, Kühn + Kühn (GKK) architects in Berlin consists of a 100 meter limited office tower with administration offices, an added 5-storied conference, canteen and exhibition building and a 23,5 meter high atrium that shall be used as the communicative entry area. With the attached curved glass façade the whole building is flushed with daylight and shows inwards and outwards the transparency and openness of the company.
The object and room management chose for the furnishing of the publisher WINEA FAME of WINI Büromöbel. WINI delivered in total 11.000 office furniture components in 3 weeks.