No sensible person would plan to build a structure on, or in, water unless they are compelled to do so. But with harbour facilities, this compulsion is in the nature of things.
Thus, the planning and realisation of harbour facilities, involving extremely difficult constructional and hydraulic challenges – especially with regard to extreme ground mechanical conditions – is subject to the ongoing struggle against the proverbial dripping water that wears away the stone.
New walls for the living room.
Retaining wall and raised terrace
A safe harbour.
Grasbrookhafen - Ferry Pier
Urban waterfront location.
Baakenhafen Open Space
An office building like an ocean liner.
Ships in the air.
Repair and overhaul
Keeping the shipping traffic safe.
Hetlingen Radar Station
New operations building
Coal - still indispensible.
New Berth 23
Civil engineering works - Quay wall
A power station at the waterside.
Moorburg Power Station
Flood protection and quay walls
The entrance to Harburg’s inner harbour.
Retailing Walls at Lock
A new leading light for the Elbe.
Front light - replacement building
Small but nice!
Integrated into flood protection
Between Landungsbrücken and Elbphilharmonie.
with flood protection & parking level
Hamburg - Niederhafen
Continuing to tell the story of the Speicherstadt.