The Tanzende Türme (or “dancing towers”) building in Hamburg is a multiuse space, including offices, restaurants, and a nightclub. Known as the dancing towers, the construction is unique in its striking bent facade of steel and glass. It features external LED strip lights and is equipped with a hurricane-proof deflection pane.
The building won the MIPIM Award in 2014 for the Best Office and Business Development and came third in the BDA Architecture Prize in 2012. It’s a LEED GOLD certified building, installed with 1 591 pieces of Jaga Mini Freestanding and 61 pieces of Jaga Mini Canal.
The radiators use Low-H2O technology, and ensure no heat is lost through the glazed facade. They offer maximum heat emission with the lowest energy consumption, and are powered with an ultra-fast and super conductive heat exchanger. The Mini Canal is an under floor unit that reacts quickly to fluctuations in temperature and is tailored to match the interior design.