Hamburg’s new landmark provides enough material for a thousand and one tales
The Elbtower is a technical masterpiece. Joachim Kuhn, CEO of TechDesign, explains why.
The Elbtower’s first floors are now visible. By the end of the year, the building will have reached the height of 18 storeys.
We are living in a time of uncertainty, but the Elbtower is going to evolve into a building fit for the future.
The most important construction prerequisites for the Elbtower were created this year. The 65 pile foundations are now in the ground and many other important stages have been reached so that the building can grow upwards.
Hamburg’s HafenCity sees itself as a lively district with a maritime atmosphere, but many cranes are still silhouettes on its skyline. It will take several more years before the area is fully developed.
Coworking spaces are the offices of the future, says researcher Axel Minten.
A functional and mood-setting diversity makes us happier and more efficient at work.
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
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.
Interview with architect Christoph Felger from David Chipperfield Architects Berlin
Hamburg’s new landmark is being built at the Elbbrücken.
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