Timber Port
Germany, Düsseldorf
The Timber Port is a sustainable and ESG-compliant timber hybrid office tower being developed in Düsseldorf's prominent and prospering Medienhafen. The focus of the project is to create a working environment that is beneficial to users and to reduce the building's carbon footprint. With extremely flexible office space on around 10,000 m² of gross floor area, the space requirements of both small and large tenants are to be covered. Parking spaces for electric cars are provided in the basement. The high-rise building is located opposite the Trivago headquarters and "The Cradle", as well as in the direct vicinity of internationally active companies such as Uniper, Ecovacs Europe, NOER LLP, Regus and HHP Architekten.
The LeopoldQuartier is located on a site of approx. 22,900 m² north-west of Vienna’s city centre, with the address Obere Donaustraße 23-27 and 29. City apartments, family homes, office space, more greenery and a kindergarten are planned for its five building sites.
The ‘Havn am Rhein’ project is being developed in the new Zollhafen Mainz urban quarter, in the first row on the banks of the river Rhine. The U-shaped structure, which opens towards the Rhine, encloses an elevated garden with its three wings. Two wings of the building will contain 44 condominiums and one wing will contain 5 office units. A green roof garden with pergolas and an unobstructed view of the Rhine will be created for the residential units. In keeping with the historic harbour architecture, the street facade and both wings of the building will be clad in grey-green brick slips, while the building wing on the Rhine side with its curved balconies will have a pure white plaster facade.
Timber Peak
The Timber Peak in the former customs port of Mainz is outstanding in many aspects. Its unique waterfront location and award-winning modern architecture make it the premier address on the Rhine. In one of the tallest timber-hybrid high-rises in Rhineland-Palatinate you can enjoy a panoramic view over the river and into the old town. Light-flooded workspaces that are as smart as they are cosy, combined with green roof terraces and a lively forecourt, create a completely new working atmosphere. The timber hybrid project Timber Peak on the grounds of former customs port will use about 900 m³ cross laminated timber and 150 m³ glued laminated timber for a total of approx. 9,500 m² gross floor area. The floor deck system of the twelve-storey building will be built as a wood-concrete composite with visible timber underside. It is supported by the reinforced concrete building core, while the load from the facade is transferred to visible timber columns.
Timber Factory
At Baubergerstraße, a mixed-use quarter with production, commercial courtyard, offices and retail is being built on 28,000 square metres. The site is part of a prospering district that is experiencing enormous demand due to a number of property developments in the immediate vicinity. The aim is to achieve an optimal mix of uses in the development. High sustainability standards are set in the quarter through timber hybrid construction and climate-friendly energy supply.
Germany, Frankfurt
The "nico" is well received. A smart office building with highly efficient and flexible usage options is being developed in the Lyon Quarter. Special emphasis is placed on modern equipment, transparency and smart building technology to meet all the requirements of the new working world.  A strong electric mobility offer and solar energy generation round off the sustainable design. Highlights of the "nico" are the loggias in each rental unit and the landscaped plaza, which provides a communicative meeting place and fresh air for all users.