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Elbe Philharmonic Hall, Hamburg, Germany

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Elbe Philharmonic Hall, Hamburg, Germany

With the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, Hamburg received a new landmark in 2017: In the middle of the harbor, placed on top of a historic quayside warehouse dating from 1963, HOCHTIEF realized the highly complex construction according to plans by the architects Herzog & de Meuron. The outstanding feature is the towering, glass wave crest. One of the world’s best concert halls was built under this roof, together with a luxury hotel and high-quality condominiums. At a height of 37 meters, a plaza offers an impressive panorama view across Germany’s biggest harbor. It is a centerpiece of the project, and was conceived as a public communication area. 

Facts

  • Completed in 2017
  • Several concert halls
  • Luxury hotel with 244 rooms
  • 45 condominiums
  • Visitors’ plaza at a height of 37 meters