Hamburg Coffee Business Centre

“” International coffee Plaza got elegant fin facade shading from moveable glass louvres coffee has a new home ” with this slogan, the development company of the Hamburger sand Gate Park for the building complex of the international coffee Plaza advertises” short ICP. It is already traded as a new landmark for the HafenCity with the port metropolis extends their city centre to an area of 155 hectares. The neighborhood which is created, here is”the largest urban development project in Europe, the world’s largest so-called Waterfrontentwicklung project. It offers space for up to 12,000 inhabitants. In the coffee Plaza, concentrated coffee competence meets architectural mastery and proven know-how in terms of facade technology and sun protection: the New York architect Richard Meier designed the coffee Plaza. Is developed on behalf of the facade construction company Rupert app GmbH & co. gs.

for the Office Tower, DS-plan engineering company responsible for Stuttgart, and Colt international for the planning of one of the three components of the Total complex is a sun protection system of moveable glass louvres, which was precisely adjusted to the existing elements of the secondary facade. In the middle of Hamburg’s vibrant HafenCity, great coffee tradition meets on an urban vision the coffee Plaza’s architectural masterpiece is the 13-storey office tower, one of three components of the Gebaudeensambles. Second skin of glass plates to this secondary facade made of app include horizontal frame profiles and vertical metal panels, which cover up the evenly arranged, over the entire floor height upright rectangular Windows of the Office Tower. All slats are closed, they seem like a very elegant, almost transparent, glass second skin that envelops the entire Tower. Each window in the 65-metre Office Tower (part A of the entire complex with 12 full floors plus season floor) are five glass panels, which are vertical and each rotated on a central axis by 180 degrees.

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