Leipzig ahoy: so much is being built at Lindenau Harbour in the west of Leipzig that a new city district is virtually growing up here: The Hafentor Quarter is being built on a 40,000 square metre site, comprising 500 new apartments, underground garages, a daycare centre and smaller commercial units for offices, practices, cafés and shops.
Gateway to the water: the Dutch town of Sneek is shaped by water. Its landmark is the medieval water gate, which closed the waterway into the city during attacks; the old town can still be circumnavigated by water on the Stadtgracht and Sneek is a Mecca for wakeboarders.
Living in a prime location: the “Westspitze” residential and commercial building in Tübingen is located directly on the blue bridge that connects Tübingen’s Südstadt with the city centre and the historic city centre. On the trapezoidal plot, a former freight station site, a complex has been created that cleverly combines living, working and shopping and stands for a sustainable neighbourhood concept with short distances.
In the beating heart of the city: with 540,000 inhabitants, Poznań is Poland’s fifth-largest city, and Jeżyce is one of its hippest districts. The density of restaurants, cafés and bars in this Art Nouveau quarter is high, this is where people meet, this is where urban life takes place.
Paradise with pool and privacy: Villa Kambel is located on the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia, only fifty metres from the sea. This is a holiday home in a class of its own with three floors, its own heated pool, loggia, roof terrace with Jacuzzi and bar and three bedrooms with a fantastic panoramic view over the azure sea of the Adriatic and the islands off the Dalmatian coast.
Company beats solitude: this is the idea behind this residential complex in Plauen. 23 modern apartments were built on a park-like plot in Plauen’s Westend district. With 70 to 150 square metres, they are generously proportioned, have south-facing balconies and are architecturally sophisticated in every detail – plus the GEALAN system S 9000 windows in GEALAN-acrylcolor® silver match.
Warm wine red: this colour is an integral part of the appearance of the SANTAROS KLINIKOS University Hospital in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. The distinctive, dark red adorns the logo, website and façade – and of course the window profiles had to bear exactly this colour.
No half measures: when the original location of the electrical and energy technology group FEG in Naila in Upper Franconia became too small and FEG was planning new buildings, it was clear: the new buildings should not only facilitate growth, but also represent the company’s calling card.
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