THE SYMBOL OF A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE
Modern and prestigious business premises in and around Stuttgart are in demand, and are few and far between. They reflect to the outside world the way your business sees itself, which is why it is still worth searching for them. They act like an architectural business card, communicating the values and success of your company without ever saying a word.
SkyLoop is the cutting-edge building you have been looking for. It is a world-class structure and the flagship of the Stuttgart Airport City development. Designed by architects Hascher Jehle, this remarkable building can be seen from the autobahn and arouses curiosity at what could be inside. Its elegant construction, combined with the outstanding visibility granted by the surroundings, give the SkyLoop both charm and the character of a true landmark. Working here, you can be ready for the future.
THE OUTER FACADE UNIQUELY FORWARD THINKING
With its curved transom-mullion design, the SkyLoop boasts a striking facade not often seen in commercial property. The combination of varying shades of blue and green glass creates a unique appearance that constantly draws attention.
The vertical facade profiles harmoniously combine elegance and function, serving not only as a colorful emphasis, but also as the guide rails for the electrically operated outdoor sunshade slats.
Room-height windows, solar control glass and a surface window proportion of around 60% help the facade create a bright and friendly atmosphere in the office spaces. The clear room height reinforces the open character of the interior. In the working areas close to the facade, this measures around 2.90 m (9.50 ft, 2nd to 5th floor) and 3.30 m and 3.80 m (10.80 ft and 12.50 ft, first floor and 6th floor), minus around 15 cm (6") for the stylish and functional ceiling elements.
THE SHAPEAN UNCONVENTIONAL EYE-CATCHER
The SkyLoop is an unusual building in every sense. Unusually good. Instead of the single, enclosed shape often seen in commercial property, the SkyLoop is a fusion of three structures.
As well as underlining its friendly and open character, the SkyLoop's unusual architecture also reflects the interconnected future of work. The three round, interlocking structures form a unique and remarkable complex, with two attractive internal courtyards that are flooded with light.
The western structure, section A, offers the largest amount of floor space. Section B in the north of the complex is somewhat smaller, but has an additional story that marks the highest point of the SkyLoop. Section C to the south east is appendix to section B, with its four floors combining several special functions of the main tenant Ernst & Young.
THE ARCHITECTS A FEEL FOR BOTH PEOPLE AND PLANET
Countless entries were submitted and assessed in a restricted design competition for a new office building at the Stuttgart Airport City development. The winning design came from the architects Hascher Jehle. Professors Rainer Hascher and Sebastian Jehle both studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and took up chairs during their careers in Berlin and Stuttgart. They therefore have a strong connection to Germany's south-western metropolis.
The pair founded the architects firm Hascher Jehle Architektur in 1992 in Berlin. Together with around 60 staff, they have won many competitions and overseen countless construction projects, including the Kunstmuseum and Königsbau Passagen in Stuttgart, the university hospital in Halle-Kröllwitz or the Portalhaus and Hall 11 at the Trade Fair Centre in Frankfurt. Their achievements have seen them win the Europe-wide Architecture & Technology Award, along with awards and recognitions at the German Architecture Prize and the Balthasar Neumann Prize.
The architects strive to put people at the center of their projects. What are their needs when using the building? How do they react to lighting, ventilation, noise or odor? Based on this philosophy, they develop ideas and designs that enable high levels of comfort, atmosphere and individualism in their projects. It's not just people at the center of their thoughts, but also the planet. As early as the drafting stage, they ensure that projects can be completed in a way that protects the environment. With this holistic approach, you can rest assured that the commercial property provided by the SkyLoop at Stuttgart Airport City has been created in a responsible and sustainable fashion.
"A person's habitat is the architecture they create" Prof. Rainer Hascher
Prof. Rainer Hascher
Managing Director, Hascher Jehle Architektur
Prof. Sebastian Jehle
Managing Director, Hascher Jehle Architektur