modern architecture


Königsallee 2, 40212 Düsseldorf

The architecture in Düsseldorf is well stocked with big names - including Daniel Libeskind. The New Yorker designed a building ensemble with a convex and concave curved façade for the newly designed square at the upper end of the Königsallee.

Glass and travertine, a bright natural stone, characterise the exterior of the five-storey building. The façade is brought to life by the masterful interaction of materials and the slanted, green niches. Since its opening in autumn 2013, the Kö-Bogen is an exclusive part of the Düsseldorf shopping scene. The Breuninger department store, Tesla, the Apple Store - they are all here next to each other.

Accessibility Information:
  • Public transport: Heinrich-Heine-Allee (250 m), Jan-Wellem-Platz (in front of the main door)
  • Entrance accessible without steps
  • Accessible for visitors on foot and on wheels.
  • 5 disabled parking spaces in the underground car park of the Kö-Bogen, size: 300 (width) x 450 cm (depth)
  • 2 taxi parking spaces in the parking garage
  • Elevator from the parking garage: 122 (width) x 140 cm (depth)
  • Disabled toilet on the 1st floor at Breuninger/Zanzibar, movement area: 112 cm, depth of the toilet bowl: 70 cm
General information Seniors friendly


Königsallee 2
40212 Düsseldorf