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Axel Springer Platz - Hanse Forum Offices, Hamburg, Germany

The idea of the project was to create a square open to public and liveable during all the year. The building has seven floors and the atrium defines the prosecution of the Axel-Springer square. The Hanse-Forum is part of a new urban block and overlooks two roads so it remains open and bright.

From the outside it is possible to see the inside the building, a linear and fluid space, characterized by the atrium which divides in two parts the structure and at the same time is the connection between the two parts of it.

The building is used as an office building and at the ground floor there are shops and restaurants.

NAME
AXEL SPRINGER PLATZ – HANSE FORUM OFFICES

SITE
Hamburg, Germany

DATE
1999-2002

CLIENT
ANTARES BAU GmbH & Co.KG

ARCHITECTS
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas

INTERIOR DESIGN
Fuksas Design

CONSULTANTS
Manufacturer: Imbau, Industrie Iles Bauen, NL Hamburg

Facade planification:
PBI

Facade construction:
Fa. HASKAMP

Construction:
IB EGGERS

Technique:
RIDDER & MEYN

Project management:
ANTARES BAU GmbH & Co.KG

Structure:
Eggers, Tarp

Acoustic:
Jensen Engineers

AREA
19,000 sq.m

COST
35 000 000 €

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