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Old January 28th, 2014, 10:27 AM   #281
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Pearl Necklace - Update

Green Number 8 on the map in the opening comment

more infos and pics in da German Thread:
New render for the area between "Docklands" and "Clombus Twins" found. Made by on3 Studio for Spengler Wischoleck Architects

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Old January 29th, 2014, 10:53 AM   #282
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Wow, Hamburg is building like crazy and most of it are really high quality projects! I'd wish the same for Berlin... (Munich seems to be sleeping. ;D)
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Old January 29th, 2014, 11:04 PM   #283
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2 more minor housing projects

E!lbek-Komm nach Hause (means: come home)
in the district Wandsbek-Eilbek
bytki-Immobilien

pictures from project page www.eilbek-kommnachhause.de












and a luxury project in the district of Altona-Ottensen

Zeisehof

http://hamburg.neubaukompass.de


http://hamburg.neubaukompass.de
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Old January 30th, 2014, 05:56 AM   #284
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That last one looks really good. I love black/dark grey window frames against white walls. The balconies are also large and classy.
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Old January 31st, 2014, 03:21 PM   #285
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More minor housing stuff.

district of Altona-Alstadt

www.lrw-architekten.de

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district of Eimsbüttel

resp.schenk-waiblinger.de

And there are plans to reconnect the ferry terminal of the Blankenese Quarter to the Landungsbrücken (ferry Lane 62)
current public network. Blankenese is on the left boarder of the map
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Old February 2nd, 2014, 06:19 PM   #286
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Blue number 1a on the map in the opening comment


http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...65&postcount=1
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...461677&page=29
glass cladding of the philharmonic hall was compleated during the week.
Some sample pictures taken by me, today. For more pictures by me, user Maja88 and a timelap video by MKtimelapse check out the international EP-Thread
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...461677&page=29



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Old February 3rd, 2014, 11:48 AM   #287
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For such an iconic landmark in such a great city the Elbphilharmonie did get hardly any international attention so far, or did it? It was often in German media...though for all the wrong reasons.
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Old February 3rd, 2014, 03:13 PM   #288
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For such an iconic landmark in such a great city the Elbphilharmonie did get hardly any international attention so far, or did it?
Hamburg has the overall worst city marketing in Europe based on a huge inferior complex and a lack of own identity. Hamburg does not know what it stands for, since its a forced marriage by Adolf Hitler himself between 6 major indepentent cities (Altona, Wandsbek, Harburg, Bergedorf, Hamburg, Eimsbüttel/Eppendorf) all seeing themselve still as an indepentent city. Altona for example is going to introduce this year its new city-anthem in Danish language - also to provoke the central senate.
Instead of taking advantage out of this diversity / multi-identities and build up an image based on that, the (offical) city marketing does not find a common claim and flees itself into arrogant superlative compairsons to other cities no one wants to read.

Second City + Beeing undefinied + arrogant appereance = low attention overall. So for EP

Also I think most people dont get how complicate (and briliant, btw) this building is. Only 110 Meters tall it is still more difficult to realisze than many 300 Meter+ Supertalls which just put one storey on each other

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Hamburg has the overall worst city marketing in Europe based on a huge inferior complex and a lack of own identity. Hamburg does not know what it stands for, since its a forced marriage by Adolf Hitler himself between 6 major indepentent cities (Altona, Wandsbek, Harburg, Bergedorf, Hamburg, Eimsbüttel/Eppendorf) all seeing themselve still as an indepentent city. Altona for example is going to introduce this year its new city-anthem in Danish language - also to provoke the central senate.
Instead of taking advantage out of this diversity / multi-identities and build up an image based on that, the (offical) city marketing does not find a common claim and flees itself into arrogant superlative compairsons to other cities no one wants to read.

Second City + Beeing undefinied + arrogant appereance = low attention overall. So for EP

Also I think most people dont get how complicate (and briliant, btw) this building is. Only 110 Meters tall it is still more difficult to realisze than many 300 Meter+ Supertalls which just put one storey on each other
Well, now you have a common symbol for the city, you just need to create an identity around it.

[IMG]https://encrypted-tbn1.************/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR4BwF1fuUBrpVjdu0fsnSM3gXpVgJUgW0Bg-xdVz_PYNEJHkbr[/IMG]
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Old February 3rd, 2014, 06:38 PM   #290
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oh yeah


But: Berlin once again copies Hamburg So beeing overshined Hamburg cannot build an identity around it.



funny fact: Hamburg ordered initially Toiletbrushes for 292€/each for the Elbe Philharmonic hall. What a shame that 99,9999999% of those people did not know about this sidekick
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Old February 3rd, 2014, 10:21 PM   #291
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Construction Plot 6 of the Quarter 21 Project
Wasserturmpalais (Watertower-Palais)

Refurbishment+Reconstruction

Architects:
Frank Pawlik Architekten,
Bechtloff-Steffen Architekten

Investor:Wasserturmpalais GmbH & Co. KG

Usage: Fitnesscenter, SPA, Academy and Kindergarden

Visualisations from Project homepage:
www.wasserturmpalais.de






Visualisations for Fitness Center + SPA by dreidesign
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construction pics by Bechtloff Steffen Architects
http://www.bechtloff-steffen.de/wass...alais-hamburg/



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Old February 5th, 2014, 09:27 PM   #292
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Hamburg sets out to become a car-free city in 20 years

By Ignasi Jorro in Barcelona
20/01/2014

Hamburg City Council has disclosed ambitious plans to divert most cars away from its main thoroughfares in twenty years. In order to do so, local authorities are to connect pedestrian and cycle lanes in what is expected to become a large green network. In all, the Grünes Netz (Green Web) plan envisages “eliminating the need for automoviles” within two decades.

http://www.02b.com/en/notices/2014/0...years_6403.php


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Old February 5th, 2014, 09:39 PM   #293
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That's excellent news. Cut money supply to those fascists selling petrol and cars all over the planet.
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Old February 6th, 2014, 02:44 AM   #294
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Hamburg is almost the size of New York City in land area. Although vast areas are rural areas, the actual (sub-)urban area roughly stretches about 30 km in north-south and east-west direction. However, many districts outside the central area are too far away from a U-Bahn or S-Bahn stop. For eliminating cars as much as possible from the whole city, there needs to be a denser network of fast public transport outside the core as well as better direct connections between districts without the detour via the central area. Also, U-Bahn and S-Bahn carriages should have much much more space for bicycles to encourage bicycle drivers to use both in combination for longer distances.

This 20-year vision is for me totally unrealistic, when one looks at the development of public transport in Hamburg within the last 20 years. So I would see it already as a success, if a few major public transport projects are being realized thanks to the vision, while the vision itself would fail in its ambitions.
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Hamburg sets out to become a car-free city in 20 years
Yeah right, good luck with that...
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Hamburg sets out to become a car-free city in 20 years
guys. Although even myself made a thread in the DLM
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post110903441

But if there would anything correct on this news I would have introduced the project here.
So watch out: Hamburg forum made a joke there.
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There were two false reports about Hamburg in international medias the last month. One - in particular Turkish Medias - was about the riots in december and that Hamburg was (is still) burning like Kiev or Cairo...

The other one was spread initially by british medias (the independend, BBC) that Hamburg want's to become a car free city. Now medias around the world continue to copy this wrong formulation.

The Green Network Plan is still ambiotous, a real and huge plan, the car industry will hate it, but Hamburg is not going to become car free at all. It is going to reduce and ban cars on main routes to the city center and giving bikes, walkways and busses the advantage and greening those "axis".

I am going to introduce and explain the plans in detail as soon as I have enough time for that.

Stay tuned.

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Alrighta. We'll see a decrease of car traffic for sure, but it won't vanish. More e-vehicles and more diversified modes of public transport and bike traffic will do a lot though.

Btw, there's no plural for "media". It's British media, Turkish media, etc.
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Btw, there's no plural for "media".
But there is in JiJa-English. But thanks for those informationssssssss anyway
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Du bist willkommen.


Btw, me Wasserturmpalais! Such a lovely project. This is really geil.

Any idea what kind of "academy" will move in?
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JA! Junior Acadamy

Some kind of highly talented sponsorship (kids between 6-18) with focus on architecture, arts, culture, fashion and medias.
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