New head office of Zalando, which sets new standards in architecture and technical equipment. Showroom, auditorium for events, open work spaces, recreational areas, kindergarten, food court, underground car park - all in a central location in Berlin. DGNB certification in "Gold" is planned.
Residential project with modern facade appearance of floor to ceiling windows, exposed concrete and timber look. Green surroundings and balconies with installed planters. Modern floor plans with units of approx. 45 m² to approx. 125 m² with 1-4 rooms offer the right concept for everyone. KfW Energy Efficiency House 55 in accordance with the EnEV Directive (2016) is envisaged and represents the outstanding sustainability of the project.
One of the largest Holiday Inn Express hotels in Germany is being built on Moskauer Strasse in Düsseldorf. A modern metal façade with eye-catcher elements will mark the intersection of Erkrather Straße and Moskauer Strasse. The building is planned to be energy-efficient and sustainable. A DGNB certification in gold should confirm this. The modern and spacious Holiday Inn Express Lobby concept will welcome guests in early 2021.
Urban industrial architecture with clinker facade and lattice windows, loft character partly with triple glazing. Community roof garden for all residents. Modern features with multi-layer parquet, underfloor heating etc. Central, yet quietly located in a green, lively district.
A budget hotel in the 2-star segment of the "Super 8" brand in a 5-storey building. The port-typical architectural design features integrate the project perfectly into its surroundings. On the ground floor, 2 or 3 commercial units will be available. Energy efficiency and sustainability are given top priority and are backed by a targeted DGNB Silver certification.
In Hamburg Eiffestraße, two hotels are being built in a central location. Both the Holiday Inn and the Super 8 are designed according to a modern open lobby concept and with a high standard of sustainability. The typical facades in clinker-optic embed the projects harmoniously into the regionally prevailing architecture.
Extension of the existing hotel by 131 rooms, new fitness area and enlargement of the existing service areas. Change of the hotel operator to Holiday Inn and thus a new, modern look in the hotel. A green roof garden is available for all tenants and guests to relax and soak up the sun. The adjoining new building houses high-quality office and retail space. All users benefit from a perfect airport connection and local amenities.
Fantastic location at Rotterdam Square directly at the harbor basin in immediate proximity to the Rhine. 82 varied residential units with individual sizes and floor plan layouts. Breathtaking views from the terraces and loggias. A practical underground car park with 48 parking spaces and plenty of bicycle parking as well as a uniquely landscaped courtyard with plenty of greenery and private gardens.
The Flösserhof is currently under development in the former Mainz customs harbour, directly on the harbour basin. This residential complex will be the site for 93 apartments surrounded on three sides by water. With their clinker facade, the building reflects the history and architecture of the old Mainz customs port. Plans include the construction of roughly 93 condominiums, three of which will be designed as townhouses. Construction is expected to start at the beginning of 2020.
An ensemble comprising apartments and commercial space is currently under development in the former Mainz customs harbour, on the old harbour basin. Surrounded on three sides by water, it transforms maritime flair into reality. With its clinker facade, the building reflects the history and architecture of the old Mainz customs port. Fifty condominiums are planned, including five as townhouses. Construction is expected to start in mid-2019.
The Holiday Inn is located close to Alexander Square - with its landmark television tower, one of the most popular meeting places for visitors to Berlin. This 185-room hotel is the first project to realise the new generation "4 Design Guidelines".
This seven-storey hotel is one of the largest of its type in Europe. It is conveniently situated in the Neuhausen district of Munich. The bar area near the facade on Friedenheimer Bridge is a popular meeting point not only for the hotel's guests, but also for passers-by.
Former industrial estate in the west of Munich, which was rededicated by Münchner Grund in partnership with Baywobau Immobilien AG. Subsidized and privately financed condominium construction and subsidized rental flats with 1 - 5-room apartments ranging from 34-129 m² in two stages. Functional floor plans with open kitchens, oak floors, underfloor heating, floor-level showers etc.
An extraordinary ensemble of a listed building and a new building in the centre of Berlin. Classic historic building meets modern, dynamic design in the new building. High-quality features in both parts, almost all apartments have a balcony or terrace. 6 small commercial units are located on the ground floor of the new building.
Business quarter in 3 construction stages: Quartier Pinus (fully rented and sold): conversion of an existing building from the 1970s into a modern office building. Quartier Tilia: building permit for new construction; Quartier Cedrus: individual freedom of choice, final B-plan. Located directly at the exhibition grounds.
Extension of the existing hotel by 131 rooms, fitness area and existing service areas. A green roof garden is available for all tenants and guests to relax and soak up the sun. The adjoining new building houses high-quality office and retail space. All users benefit from a perfect airport connection and local amenities.
This contemporary, ecologically oriented design hotel is located in close proximity to the main railway station and 10-15 walking minutes from the old city centre and exhibition grounds. The rooms have a comfortable and warm atmosphere due to the natural materials used and create a relaxed atmosphere for business and leisure travellers.
This modern design hotel in the Sendlig district is an optimal location for business travellers as well as tourists. Good underground connections provide convenient access to the exhibition grounds and inner city. In addition to a restaurant, bar and underground garage, the "Angelo" also has eight conference rooms.
The Leuchtenbergring project involves the extension of the existing hotel to include an additional 131 rooms, a fitness area and space for the current service areas. The green roof garden will give tenants and guests a welcome place to relax and enjoy the sun. The adjoining new building will house high-quality office and retail space. The many users will also benefit from perfect airport connections and local amenities.