New research and office building
S 7000 IQ
acrycolor RAL 9010 White
Bremerhaven / Germany
Wörner + Partner / Dresden
Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology / Bremerhaven
Backmann Kunststoff-Bauelemente GmbH & Co. KG / Bremen
The buildings are an ensemble of apartment buildings from the years 1910 - 1911 in Hamburg, Germany. The five-storey masonry buildings were built in the typical style of the Gründerzeit houses.
A successful synthesis of historicism and modern architecture forms the new brewery complex with adjoining beer shop. The cubic and very clearly structured new build in terms of form is an addition to other properties on the former firing range for the Czech army. The resulting lightness benefits from the unique location with a view of the bordering Central Bohemian Uplands. The large windows contribute a large part of the overall impression of the complex, on the outside they are painted in the popular colour DB 703 and on the inside they are slate grey. With this building, the tradition of beer brewing is going back to its roots in a region with a substantial hop production.
The new private apartments in a prime location along the Uhlenhorster canal promise a high quality of living with their spacious layouts, large outdoor areas, floor-to-ceiling transom windows and high ceilings.
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