In Düsseldorf, a further development of EUREF-Campus Berlin in terms of strategy and content is taking shape. The construction of two buildings with approx. 80,000 square metres of rentable space is planned. The proximity to the airport, railway and motorway requires a special kind of architecture that provides optimum emission protection. At the same time, the architectonic design promotes creativity and offers a high level of amenity value and workplace quality.
EUREF AG rises to this challenge: a green innovation campus with three large, spacious patios under a translucent glass roof with trees and plants are planned for the main building. Plants help create a good climate, together with the roof construction and special ventilation technology. The air for the building is ionized using a novel process that does not generate ozone – clean air for a pleasant working climate.
EUREF-Campus: concept and building structure
As a second unit, the NRW Mobility Hub will be a start-up platform and maker space for the mobility of the future: e-mobility, sharing models for e-cars, e-bikes, e-scooters and autonomous vehicles, can be developed and tested.
EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf provides room for ideas: in addition to Schneider Electric with its Germany headquarters, the anchor tenant, start-ups, as well as regional and international businesses in the fields of energy and mobility, and environmental and climate protection technologies will also find a home here.