The building, which the client expects to receive a gold certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), is primarily intended to be green, as architect Sabrina Muth-Kieslich explains. “It was important to us that it blend well into the cityscape, especially the development of the perimeter block on Ritterstraße. That’s why we chose a brick look for the facade. It was also important for us to integrate a lot of greenery. The inner courtyard will be planted intensively and with a rich variety of species, and the facades will also be greened. There are also other trees in the parking lot, which is in the area between the building and the railway embankment,” she explains.