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In the district of Hammerbrook there is an impressive office building made of steel and glass on Anckelmannsplatz - the Berliner Bogen.
An excellent piece of Hamburg architecture was created in Hammerbrook and the Berliner Bogen lives up to its name: the building stands out not only because of its curved shape. As a sculptural object, the Berlin arch embodies the juxtaposition of water and city. The building spans the end of the kilometer-long flood basin over a length of around 140 meters. The steel arches on the two banks arch up to a height of 36 meters in a parabolic shape over the canal. After a good three years of construction, the office complex was opened at the end of 2001. Hamburg BRT architects Bothe, Richter and Teherani are responsible for the Berliner Bogen.hamburg.de/berliner-bogen
February 29, 2020
The Berlin arch is really worth a visit. An internationally awarded architecture.On the homepage you will find a few backgrounds and impressions:
berliner-bogen.deSpekatkulär was also the lightning strike in 2011, where the lightning hit the structure - right next to a person in an office. This has survived the impact.
April 21, 2019
Also the location of some shipping companies and a large number of other companies."With the" Berliner Bogen ", the architects Bothe, Richter,
Teherani created an extraordinary office building that
is one of the most important buildings in Hamburg. [...] Directly at the most important traffic junction in the southeast of the
Hamburg center - the Anckelmannsplatz - located,
the office building seems to float above the water. On a
The building spans the end of around 140 meters in length
a kilometer-long flood basin and creates on it
Wise precious building land. "(© berliner-bogen.de)
February 20, 2021
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