Yoo Luxury Apartments at Dalmannkai Hamburg HafenCity

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Yoo Luxury Apartments at Dalmannkai Hamburg HafenCity
Dalmannkai 21 Quarter creates luxury homes at a top location in Hamburg‘s new HafenCity, right by the waterfront. The Yoo Deutschland GmbH and Aug. Prien Immobilien (Real Estate) comissioned Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten to design one building of the DalmannKai 21 Quarter.The architects created luxury loft-style apartments at Grasbrookhafen which feature ample open areas like terraces and private gardens. The concept of Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten is characterised by the special shape of the central interior staircases providing access to two apartments, some of which cover one floor while others are maisonettes. Individual living requirements are taken into account by the apartments basic plan. Various extension possibilities provide a high level of flexibility. The floor plans have many possible styles: from open loft apartments to more conventional forms with walls and doors. Tenants will be able to choose from a total of 60 units from 70 m² to 200 m² and four high-quality interior decoration styles. The jointly used areas (lobby, halls, spa) are conceived by Philippe Starck, who will also design apartments on request. For twenty years, the architects Hilde Léon, Konrad Wohlhage (†2007) and Siegfried Wernik have been planning and building projects in Germany and abroad. They love the challenges they face in creating architecture referencing its surroundings and realize complex planning commissions for difficult sites and situations. The firm´s portfolio includes a great variety of projects: from private villas to university campuses, from designer lamps to office towers. Invariably, their design is powerfully rooted in both location and programme. For further information please refer to: www.leonwohlhagewernik.de www.yoo-hamburg-hafencity.de


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