CTBUH Silver Member

ingenhoven architects gmbh

About

Member Since: 2012

Member Offices: Düsseldorf

Website: http://www.ingenhovenarchitects.com

Since 1985 Christoph Ingenhoven has lead the Düsseldorf architectural office ingenhoven architects. Besides his conceptual work, Christoph Ingenhoven acts as jury member and expert in several competition processes and gives lectures all over the world.

He sees sustainability as an important, self-evident and noticeable part of corporate identity. Therefore, Green Building Design is ingenhoven architects' core competence. They have realized buildings all over the world according to the highest certification standards.

But they aim for a holistic commitment that reaches far beyond. The challenge is to top the minimal standards required. – That is what they call ‘supergreen.’ They are not only design architects, but also coordinate many projects as general planners.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Urban Design

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2012

Member Offices

  • Düsseldorf

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

Shimao International Plaza

333.3 m / 1,094 ft

2

505 George Street

270.4 m / 887 ft

3

Marina One

225.5 m / 740 ft

4

Toranomon Hills Residential Tower

215 m / 705 ft

5

Toranomon Hills Business Tower

185 m / 607 ft

6

Breeze Tower

177 m / 581 ft

7

Uptown Munchen

146 m / 479 ft

8

Marina One Residences Garden Tower

140.7 m / 462 ft

9

Marina One Residences Park Tower

140.7 m / 462 ft

10

1 Bligh Street

133 m / 436 ft

Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Shimao International Plaza

Shanghai

333 m

1,094 ft

2

505 George Street

Sydney

270 m

887 ft

3

Marina One

Singapore

226 m

740 ft

4

Toranomon Hills Residential Tower

Tokyo

215 m

705 ft

5

Toranomon Hills Business Tower

Tokyo

185 m

607 ft

6

Breeze Tower

Osaka

177 m

581 ft

7

Alexanderplatz Office Tower

Berlin

155 m

509 ft

8

Uptown Munchen

Munich

146 m

479 ft

9

Marina One Residences Garden Tower

Singapore

141 m

462 ft

9

Marina One Residences Park Tower

Singapore

141 m

462 ft

11

1 Bligh Street

Sydney

133 m

436 ft

12

RWE Turm

Essen

127 m

417 ft

13

Sky Office Duesseldorf

Düsseldorf

89 m

292 ft

14

The Crown

Hamburg

55 m

180 ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving ingenhoven architects

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 October 2016

The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

Warm Weather Spaces Walking Tours 2015

17 September 2015

The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized guided walking tours of 16 cities around the globe, focusing on urban habitats around tall buildings.

Christoph Ingenhoven Explains the Necessity for High-Rises

12 June 2013

Christoph Ingenhoven presents his point of view regarding the necessity of high-rises in cities. He discusses a wide range of built projects, including one of the first ecological high-rises, the RWE Tower in the center of Essen as well as 1 Bligh, situated in the historical part of the financial district in Sydney, an award-winning project which set new standards regarding social, cultural, urban-planning, and sustainability. The future for most human beings will take place in cities. The reasons for this are multifaceted: geographical, ecological, and economical. The densification of cities is one of the architect’s major tasks and challenges.

Activity at the CTBUH London Conference: Day Two

12 June 2013

See the highlights from the second day of the CTBUH 2013 London Conference including The Shard Networking Reception.

ingenhoven architects Presents on 1 Bligh Street

18 October 2012

Sydney’s central business district was transformed by 1 Bligh Street’s elliptical tower, which offers tenants several ground-breaking technological advances. The centerpiece is Australia’s tallest naturally ventilated skylit atrium, which soars the full height of the building. Other innovations include a double-skin, naturally-ventilated glass façade and a hybrid system using gas and solar energy to generate cooling, heating and electricity for the building.