Ingolstadt, 1st October 2018 – urban, modern and with excellent prospects: The opening of the IN-Tower, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP, ushers in a new era for living in Ingolstadt.
The high-rise boom is gathering pace across Germany. And Florian Beck, urban planner and Head of Design at ATP Munich, is also experiencing a confirmation of his far-sighted prophecy that vertical living will undergo a renaissance: “I am delighted that we have been able to give this trend a striking face in the shape of the extraordinary architecture of the IN-Tower. Very well thought out in urban design terms the skyscraper offers city dwellers not only aesthetic quality but also individuality”, says Beck. By cleverly shifting the circulation core to the heart of the building it was possible to create 80 well-proportioned freehold apartments with open and freely customizable living spaces. The flexible floor plan concept also makes it possible to create living units of a range of sizes, from small flats to four-room-apartments.
By completing the project Beck and his team have really reached for the sky. As the fourth-highest building in the city the tower rises to approximately 50 meters. With its black-and-white façade it shapes the skyline of the city and offers rail passengers a clear signal that they have arrived in Ingolstadt.
And the tower’s residents? They are here to stay.