The office buildings make an inviting gesture to it’s surrounding incorporating shared spaces which can be used by both employees and the public.
With the spacious layout of the office levels – designed as a timber construction – we create a “possibility space” for individual use and flexible transformations.
Our design proposes a shed-roof structure, which offers the opportunity to provide large surfaces for solar panels and a light glassconstruction at the same time.
It produces a greenspace full of lightness with a high quality of stay. Source by Delugan Meissl Associate Architects.
- Location: Gasstrasse Bahrenfeld, Hamburg, Germany
- Architect: Delugan Meissl Associate Architects
- Project manager: Sebastian Brunke
- Project team: Tom Peter-Hindelang, Anna Piasecka, Adrian Stein
- Structural Engineering: Bollinger+Grohmann
- Landscape Design: Rabe Landschaft
- Energy Design: Transsolar, KlimaEngineering
- Cost Estimation: Wenzel+Wenzel
- Visualization: Ultramarine, Giulio Pellizzon
- Model: Modellart, Michael Eisenkölbl
- Gross floor area: part A – 31.543 m2, part B – 10.954 m2
- Site area: 10,471 m2
- Year: 2021
- Images: Courtesy of Delugan Meissl Associate Architects