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    • Spiegel Headquarters

      Journalism is about vision and perspective. That’s why the headquarters for one of Germany’s leading news media corporations, seeks to foster close contact between the media group’s vibrant activities and the city of Hamburg.

      • Location
        • Hamburg, Germany
      • Client
        • Robert Vogel & Co
      • Area
        • 50.000 m² (538.195 ft²)
      • Status
      • Services
      • Team
        • Architects: Arkitekter: Henning Larsen Architects og Höhler+Partner
        • Landscape: WES & Partner Landschaftsarchitekten
        • Advisory Engineer: Ingenieurbüro Dr. Binnewies, DS-Plan og ISR Schlegel und Reußwig
        • Lightdesign: Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung
        • Canteen: Ippolito Fleitz Group
      • Certifications
        • Hafencity Gold, precertified DGNB Gold (Ericuskontor)
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    • Hamburg has been a leading trading center for centuries. Spiegel’s headquarters in the inner harbor of Hamburg pays tribute to city’s energy with an office building that unites the media group’s departments in an open, dynamic community. The two large glass buildings create transparency between city and media company, resting on a shared foundation of brick that reflects Hamburg’s heritage – the old warehouses along the wharf. We also placed a public square between the buildings – an open invitation to the people of Hamburg and the buildings’ employees. Spiegel’s headquarters bear the “HafenCity Umweltzeichen” gold certification, an important milestone in sustainable construction in Germany.

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