Designed by American architect Frank O. Gehry, these three twisting, spiraling buildings are probably the most photographed landmarks in Dusseldorf. The three structures, made of white plaster, red brick and gleaming stainless steel, are an amazing example of futuristic architecture, reinstating Dusseldorf’s position in Europe as a hub of modernity.
This towering structure is built out of a combination of light and heavy construction materials and is built in a New Functionalism style. Currently, it houses the Vodafone corporate office.
The Kö-Bogen is an amazing example of modern urban architecture, and certainly deserves the title bestowed upon it of “project of the century.” This glittering, gleaming glass and concrete ensemble is a shopping center, housing premium, luxury brands.
Kö-Bogen, Königsallee 2, 40212 Dusseldorf, Germany, +49 711 3057 0305