© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten
© Pysall Architekten

LTD_1 Office Building in Hamburg

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Address
Lübecktordamm 1, 20099 Hamburg
Year
2007

The project is located on the southern part in the conversion area of St. Georg Hospital, Hamburg into housing and office use. Two boomerang-shaped building structures leave an open, transitional space from the street to the green area of the housing blocks in the rear. On top are located two further “boomerangs” – now with changed direction, thus allowing direct sunlight into the building structure and distant views out of every office space.

The building goes far beyond the ecological standards of a simple „green building“. With its specific qualities it responds to all aspects of sustainable architecture: ecological non-objective materials, low
energy consumption for heating, cooling and lighting, high functionality and flexibility for todays and future means of use - yet keeping the tight budget of a standard office building investment. The realisation received the highest seal for sustainable architecture in Germany, the Gold Certification of the DBNG (German Sustainable Building Council).

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