|Completed||2002 - 2004|
|Roof||Tower I: 126 m (413 ft)
Tower II: 113 m (371 ft)
|Floor count||Tower I: 33
Tower II: 28
|Floor area||73,836 m2 (794,760 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||stahl + verbundbau|
|Main contractor||Strabag Bau-AG|
Highlight Towers is a twin tower office skyscraper complex completed in 2004 in Munich, Germany. The towers are joined by two bridges made of glass and steel combine to offer the two planned by architects Murphy/Jahn of Chicago. Tower I is 126 m (413 ft) with 33 storeys, and Tower II is 113 m (371 ft) with 28 storey which make them among the highest buildings in the city. Also in the complex are two low-rise buildings between the twin towers, that serve as a hotel and additional office space. Overall, the facility offers approximately 73,836 m2 (794,760 sq ft) of office space.
The smooth glass facades of the buildings appear to be light and transparent and provide a good exposure of the office space. Openable window structures with wind and sound isolation allow employees in the towers an individual ventilation and are part of an environmentally friendly air-conditioning and ventilation system.
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