Siemens Headquarters, Munich

Best Practice / Interior Fitout / Sustainable construction

The Siemens Group headquarters is oriented towards the highest construction standards for sustainability in the world and with its new headquarters has created a modern, light working environment for around 1,200 employees. A showcase project for pioneering, innovative construction.

Though it is hard to believe looking from below, the huge glass front covers 16,000m2, the size of four soccer pitches. The effect of the light and transparency of the five inner courtyards is incredible thanks to the slightly inclined glass facades, which open upwards.

The new area near Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich offers local residents and tourists a new footpath between Munich’s city center and the museum district. The passage is friendly, inviting and open. 

Key figures for the project


  • Henning Larsen Architects, Copenhagen, Denmark

R&M services:

  • Comprehensive complete interior fitting
  • 29.500 m²
    cavity and raised floors
  • 8.000 m²
    suspended metal or plasterboard ceilings
  • 70.000 m²
    wet rendering
  • 11.000 m²
    floor fill
  • 19.000 m²
    plasterboard walls
  • 500
    steel doors with fire protection features 

Locations Interior Fitout

Apleona R&M Ausbau has locations in Hamburg, Berlin, Bremen, Hanover, Leipzig, Düsseldorf, Marburg, Saarbrücken, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Nuremberg, Dingolfing, Stuttgart and Munich as well as in Luxembourg. 

You will find the names of the contact persons at the locations here: 

Apleona R&M Ausbau