|Client||Philipp Brühwiler, Zug|
|Architects||Philipp Brühwiler + Konrad Hürlimann, Zug|
|Construction cost||7.2 Mio. Fr.|
|Services||Structure and excavation:
Tender documentation phase
|Engineering partner||Dr. Vollenweider, Zürich|
|Awards||Gute Bauten Kanton Zug 2006-2015|
The high rise has two basement floors, who mainly contain an underground car parking. While the ground floor is intended to be used for shopping and gastronomy, the 18 upper floors will contain office and living areas.
The main support structure of the building is a skeleton construction made of reinforced concrete elements. These elements are the floor ceilings, who are supported by facade columns on the edges and three stiffening cores in the centre. With concrete balustrades, the stiffness of the ceilings is further increased. The layout of the rooms around the cores allows for flexible room partitioning. In the basement floors, the ceilings are supported by columns. A concrete ramp gives access to these floors.