Campeon – Infineon Headquarter Munich

Neubiberg Completion 2005

Client: MoTo Objekt Campeon
Cost: 19.300.000 Euro
Area: 620.000 qm
Service Phases: Lph 1-8
Duration: 2001-2005
In Collaboration with: in ARGE mit Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten, Hochbau: TEC architects und Maier + Neuberger Architekten

The new campus for Infineon’s 7000 employees is based on the concept of combining structural clarity with the human scale of a campus setting. The concept was awarded with the 1st prize and realized in 2005.

The town planning structure abstains deliberately from a superstructure type of office building, but focuses on the universal human scale of modularity: house, square, street, alley, court and park. A water ring with natural qualities surrounds the city of offices. Apart from its aesthetic qualities it works as a climatic buffer to reduce peak temperatures.

A large-scale reed- and sand filtration system keeps its water at top-level quality. An existing 20 acre park outside the pond serves as a leisure park for both neighboring residents and Infineon workers.

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