Kölntriangle

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KölnTriangle in 2008
Observation level

KölnTriangle (formerly also known as LVR-Turm) is a 103.2 metres (339 ft)[1] tall building in Deutz, Cologne, and a prominent landmark in Cologne. The building was designed by Dörte Gatermann of Cologne-based architecture firm Gatermann + Schossig and completed in 2006. Its south facade consists of a double-facade, allowing natural ventilation even at high floors. Next to the high-rise structure, part of KölnTriangle is also a much larger 6-storey office block with a total gross floor area of 84.300 m².

KölnTriangle is headquarters of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The top floor and roof houses a publicly accessible observation deck with panorama views all over Cologne, in particular Cologne Cathedral, directly opposite the Rhine.

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  1. ^ Facts and Figures koelntriangle.de

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Media related to KölnTriangle at Wikimedia Commons Media related to views from KölnTriangle at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 50°56′25.50″N 6°58′18″E / 50.9404167°N 6.97167°E / 50.9404167; 6.97167