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BMW Central Building, Plant Leipzig

Designed by Architect Zaha Hadid, the BMW Central Building represents a radical new interpretation of open office landscape.

By: Zaha Hadid Architects

Architecture-Page | BMW Central Building, Plant Leipzig by Zaha Hadid Architects - view 1
Aerial view of the Central Building.

In October 2004 BMW moved into the Central Building at the new Plant Leipzig premises.

The building's design facilitates a radical new interpretation of open office landscape, delivering an even more engaging experience of connectivity and transparency within the demanding functionality.

It was the client's objective to translate industrial architecture into an aesthetic concept that complies equally with representational and functional requirements.

In the transition zones between manufacturing halls and public space, the Central Building acts as a "mediator" impressing a positive permanent impact upon the eye of the beholder in a restrained semiotic way.

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