Roots, Germany

In the heart of Hamburg’s Hafencity, Germany’s tallest wooden skyscraper is being built: “Roots”. 181 apartments, 1,700 square meters of office space and 2,000 square meters of exhibition space will be built on 18 floors.

The builder and owner is Garbe Immobilien-Projekte GmbH. This project focuses on the symbiosis of sustainability and urban living. For this reason, the surrounding loggias at the house will be equipped with Lumon glazing. This not only contributes to the energy efficiency of the building, but also increases the comfort of the residents and offers wonderful views of the harbor, HafenCity or the city center. Completion of the project is scheduled for 2024.

  • Type: New building
  • Lumon products: 2,004 m balcony glazing and glass railings
  • Building type: 18-storey residential high-rise, 181 residential units, of which 128 are condominiums and 53 are publicly subsidised
  • Project developer: Garbe Immobilien-Projekte GmbH
  • General contractor: Garbe Immobilien-Projekte GmbH

Publication of the images with the kind permission of Garbe Immobilien-Projekte as well as in individual cases of Störmer Murphy and Partners. The copyrights can be seen by clicking on the individual pictures.

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