Hamburg’s new landmark provides enough material for a thousand and one tales
The water location is an inspiration for people in the Elbtower. Surrounded by water, the building is a driving force for Hamburg’s transformation.
The Elbtower serves an important urban planning function: supported by new bridges, it links HafenCity with Rothenburgsort and joins both districts to Hamburg’s city centre.
A functional and mood-setting diversity makes us happier and more efficient at work.
In HafenCity, you’ll find many cafes and restaurants that offer a great start to the day
The Elbtower is a real giant, also in terms of sustainability. Once completed, the Elbtower will be one of the most modern buildings in the world.
An interview with Katharina Sekunde, head of office leasing at SIGNA
Hundreds of people visit the construction site at the Elbbrücken.
The Elbtower will be the new gateway to Hamburg, as an exclusive office address as well as a magnet for visitors. The first four major tenants have already signed their contracts.
David Chipperfield Architects designed the iconic Elbtower building in Hamburg.
The Elbtower still captivates you. Working here means to experience a world of your own with services that make your life easier located throughout the building.
The filigree façade lends lightness to the Elbtower – and ensures sustainable operation of the building.
What does New Work look like? Stefanie Lürken of future Elbtower tenant IWG explains.
Exchanges with other people and getting to know new perspectives are the key characteristics of an attractive workplace.
Timo Herzberg, CEO of Signa Real Estate in Germany, talks about why the Elbtower is indispensable for and in Hamburg.
When the Elbtower is completed in three years’ time, thousands of people will come and go every day: The tower will become a hub in Hamburg’s transport system.
High-quality office space in Hamburg’s city centre is in high demand and the centre’s attraction is still unbroken.
In the future, Schindler lifts will elevate people to the top floors of the Elbtower – using high-tech lift cabins, sophisticated algorithms and the best know-how from skyscrapers all over the world.
Interview with architect Christoph Felger from David Chipperfield Architects Berlin