Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
|1||Elbtower||245 m / 804 ft|
|2||Ruine St. Nikolai||147.9 m / 485 ft|
|3||Petrikirche||133 m / 436 ft|
|4||Michaeliskirche||132 m / 433 ft|
|5||Hauptkirche St. Jacobi||125 m / 410 ft|
|6||Katharinenkirche||115 m / 377 ft|
|7||Elbphilharmonie||110 m / 361 ft|
|8||Hamburg Rathaus||109.8 m / 360 ft|
|9||Radisson SAS Hamburg||108 m / 354 ft|
|10||Mundsburg Turm I||101.4 m / 333 ft|
15 December 2021
Minimizing carbon emissions and reducing resource consumption in commercial high-rise buildings is an essential component of the building industry reducing its overall footprint. A concise...
01 June 2016
In this paper we discuss the terms “exo-spatial design,” “solar carving,” and “bridging” as strategies for creating more socially connective tall buildings. As a typology,...
01 October 2019
The HafenCity district of Hamburg-Mitte is currently undergoing expansion in the Elbbrücken Quarter. In the summer of 2018, the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners...