KolnTriangle is a 103.2 meters (339 ft) tall structure in Deutz, Cologne, and an unmistakable milestone in Cologne. The structure was planned by Dörte Gatermann of Cologne-based design firm Gatermann + Schossig and finished in 2006. Its south veneer comprises of a twofold exterior, permitting regular ventilation even at high floors. Alongside the elevated structure, some portion of KölnTriangle is additionally an a lot bigger six-story office hinder with an all out gross floor zone of 84,300 m2 (907,000 sq ft).
KolnTriangle is central command of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The highest floor and rooftop houses a freely open perception deck with scene sees all over Cologne, specifically Cologne Cathedral, legitimately inverse the Rhine.
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