Stunning architecture. Brought to life.

Almost 14 renowned architects – from Dusseldorf to Amsterdam to France – came together to work on the master plan for one of the most exciting inner-city projects in Europe, with the goal to make southern Überseequartier as exciting and unique as possible. As Hamburg’s new gateway to the world, the vibrant district wants to come across as decidedly cosmopolitan, open-minded and diverse. But above all, surprisingly different!

Hild and K Architekten

Munich
Buildings
F5

Cinema, retail and catering

No matter whether you’re there for a shopping safari, lunch at a restaurant or to spend a relaxing evening watching a film, the exciting hybrid of retail space, cinema and culinary offerings designed by Munich-based architects Hild and K provides the perfect setting at any time of the day.

Buildings
F1

Hotel and retail

Having to walk all the way back to the hotel after a long day of shopping? If it’s up to the Munich-based architects, you’ll soon just have to take the elevator up to the top floor where a hotel is ready to welcome guests.

Christian de Portzamparc

Paris
Buildings
C

Office space

The breathtaking backdrop of HafenCity makes the district not only a great place to live but also to work. It is only appropriate then that the French architect Christian de Portzamparc designed glazed office towers. The reflections on their facades help the trio blend seamlessly into the skyline.

Buildings
E1, E2

Hotel, terminal and retail

Shops, hotels, apartments and a cruise terminal come together in this hypermodern building complex right on the Elbe. The goal is not only to build a sculptural landmark but to create a place that continuously wows visitors and residents alike.

Carsten Roth Architekt

Hamburg
Buildings
A

Homes and retail

The green roof terrace of the apartment building designed by Hamburg-based architect Carsten Roth forms the perfect interface between urban life and natural landscape. The pedestrian zone right outside the door invites residents to linger in the shops and restaurants.

léonwohlhagen

Berlin
Buildings
B

Homes and retail

Its central location in a lively neighborhood is one of the main attractions of this red brick cube designed by léonwohlhage. A spacious courtyard forms an oasis of peace, where residents can withdraw from the hustle and bustle whenever they feel the need for some quiet time.

Böge Lindner K2 Architekten

Hamburg
Buildings
F4

Hotel and retail

Shopping in the building complex on San Francisco Street is a real feast for the eyes, with generous glazing allowing for magnificent views. Refuel your energy with the Elbe in sight.

Buildings
F2

Cinema and retail

The cinema on Genueser Platz by Böge Lindner K2 Architekten does not only have an inviting interior but its architecture too has lots to offer. Generous glazing in the foyer and second floor is sure to draw curious looks.

kbnk

Hamburg
Buildings
E3

Homes and retail

The striking tower by the Hamburg-based architecture office kbnk marks the intersection between the districts Strandkai and southern Überseequartier. In addition to standard apartments, the building will also include exclusive penthouses with a breathtaking view over the Hanseatic city.

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei

Stuttgart
Buildings
F3

Office and retail

With its impressive curved arcades, the retail and office building invites passers-by on a walk or office workers during their lunch break to linger at the water. Under the shelter of the arcades even the typical Hamburger “Schietwetter” (foul weather) does no harm.

UN Studio

Amsterdam
Buildings
D1, D2

Office, retail, catering and entertainment

The building complex designed by UN Studio leaves nothing to be desired. The crystalline façade of the ensemble on the waterfront hints at the versatility of the building, which serves as a workplace, shopping paradise, entertainment and culinary hotspot all in one.

Sobek Design

Stuttgart

Glass roof

The glass roof makes its way around the buildings like a filigree net, serving as an elegant shelter from rain, storm and snow. The unique shape is supported by sturdy posts, which withstand all weather conditions.

Saguez & Partners

Paris

Interior design

Functioning as a gateway between the city center and the Elbe, and between tradition and inspiration, southern Überseequartier aims to be perceived as a “holistic” experience: as a cultural center offering leisure activities as well as shopping and catering.

Beth Gali - BB+GG arquitectes

Barcelona

Landscape design

BB + GG arquitectes of Barcelona are responsible for creating a pleasant atmosphere outside the buildings. For instance, different-colored stripes on the ground surfaces lead visitors along the boulevard to the Elbe.

HPP International

Dusseldorf

Master planner

Taking into account municipal codes and building regulations, HPP International serves as master planner and is responsible for coordinating and bringing together all architects and specialist planners involved in the project. The master plan ensures that the individual buildings are perceived as part of one unit, which eventually forms southern Überseequartier.

Bridging tradition and future.

The development plan for southern Überseequartier was not only based on creating architecturally outstanding, state-of-the-art buildings, but above all on sustainability. All buildings are certified with the BREEAM* Excellent Standard, a certification system for the ecological and socio-cultural sustainability of buildings. They make southern Überseequartier a forward-looking place. In addition, all offices have the DGNB gold standard.

*BREEAM stands for Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology, breeam.com.