Architekturwettbewerb für nachhaltiges Pilotprojekt in östlicher HafenCity entschieden. Erstmals Einsatz von Gradientenbeton.
Architecture presented for mixed-use building ensemble in HafenCity. It is conceived as an innovative and cosmopolitan urban quarter with diverse and varied uses.
Change at the top of HafenCity Hamburg GmbH. On November 1st there will be a change of baton in the management with Dr. Andreas Kleinau and Theresa Twachtmann.
Europe’s largest digital art museum is coming to HafenCity. In 2024, the museum will open with the inaugural exhibition teamLab Borderless Hamburg.
Urban planning competition launched for the expansion of Hamburg’s main station. The city is holding a competition in coordination with Deutsche Bahn.
Elbtower in HafenCity: development plan approved. After three hours, the commission approved the development plan for Germany’s third tallest building. The 245-meter office and hotel tower is to be the finishing touch to HafenCity.
New parks and open spaces for winter walks in Hamburg. Given the pandemic situation, parks and public spaces have become essential places of refuge. We present some of these new open spaces in Hamburg.
Shortly before Christmas, the best Hamburg buildings were awarded the prestigious BDA Hamburg Architecture Prize and the BDA / Hamburger Abendblatt Public Architecture Prize 2020! With these two awards, the BDA Hamburg wants to honor and highlight exemplary buildings that have been created in Hamburg in the past two years and set quality standards in contemporary architecture.
HafenCity Hamburg GmbH is building a new office building in the Am Sandtorpark/Grasbrook neighborhood as a zero-emissions building in order to optimally position itself for its growing urban development tasks and the associated increase in personnel and space requirements in the future.
Moringa: Germany’s first high-rise residential building based on the Cradle 2 Cradle principle is being built in the Elbbrücken quarter of HafenCity. With green areas on and around the building and by using smaller quantities of building materials and a sophisticated recycling concept, it sets new standards.