Herzog & de Meuron
Concept
2001-2003
Project
2004-2014
Realization
2006-2016
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Process

The old Kaiserspeicher, constructed in 1875, marked the entrance to the historic Speicherstadt, which is now a listed cultural heritage site. Following damage to its structure during World War II, the Kaiserspeicher was replaced in 1963 by a functional repository designed by Werner Kallmorgen.

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The Elbphilharmonie references the prominent church spires in Hamburg’s Old Town.

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The desired uses — hotel and concert hall — progress from two separate buildings into one coherent structure.

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The path to the concert hall, via a long, curved escalator through the Kaispeicher, is staged as a “prelude,” with an intermediate landing where visitors have a magnificent view of the Elbe.

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The roof of the Kaispeicher forms a new plaza, with the sculptural concert hall sweeping upwards from it and framing views of the city and the docks.

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The client specifies that the main auditorium should provide an alternative to the conventional shoe-box concert hall, which Hamburg already has in the Laeiszhalle.

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Balconies project forward into the space, bringing the audience and musicians closer together. Panels, individually milled for each location, line the hall with an acoustic crust in a contemporary translation of the stucco decorations in grand historic concert halls, giving the Elbphilharmonie auditorium a festive ambience.

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The architects design the Elbphilharmonie as a brick plinth beneath a glass body that reacts to the water and the sky.

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The finish of the facade emphasizes glass as a material. Having first experimented with a faceted facade, the architects devise an undulating glass skin. Biomorphic openings for loggias and shallow protrusions accommodating small ventilation windows bring movement into a rectangular grid of coated glass panels printed with myriad dots.

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With its tent-like shape, the roof is designed as a fifth facade, parts of which can also be seen from below: “sequins” in two sizes are laid over insulation and a membrane, optimally covering the concave surfaces and infrastructure elements such as ventilation.

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Constructing the Elbphilharmonie: the foundations of the gutted Kaispeicher are reinforced to support the 200,000-ton new build.

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Moving through the finished building: coming in from outside and progressing upwards into the Elbphilharmonie main hall with the organ.

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Drawings

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Team

Partners
Jacques Herzog
Pierre de Meuron
Ascan Mergenthaler (Partner in Charge 2005-2016)
David Koch (Partner in Charge Project Management 2008-2015)
Robert Hösl (2004-2005)
Christine Binswanger (Partner in Charge 2003)
Project Team
Jan-Christoph Lindert (Associate, Project Director)
Christian Riemenschneider (Associate, Project Manager)
Nicholas Lyons (Associate, Project Architect)
Stefan Goeddertz (Associate, Project Architect)
Carsten Happel (Associate, Project Manager)
Stephan Wedrich (Associate, Project Director until 2012)
Henning Severmann (Project Manager)
Birgit Föllmer (Project Manager Main Hall)
Peter Scherz (Project Manager Granary and Kaistudio)
Kai Zang (Project Manager Detailing New Building and Chamber Music Hall)
Jan Per Grosch (Project Manager Envelope)
Christiane Anding
Thomas Arnhardt
Petra Arnold
Christian Baumgarten
Tobias Becker
Johannes Beinhauer
Uta Beissert
Lina Mareike Belling
Andreas Benischke
Inga Benkendorf
Johannes Bregel
Francesco Brenta
Jehann Brunk
Julia Katrin Buse
Ignacio Cabezas
Jean-Claude Cadalbert
Maria Christou
Sergio Cobos Álvarez
Massimo Corradi (Digital Technologies)
Guillaume Delemazure
Annika Delorette
Fabian Dieterle
Annette Donat
Philipp Dimitris Doukakis
Patrick Ehrhardt
Carmen Eichenberger
Stephanie Eickelmann
Magdalena Agata Falska
Daniel FernĂĄndez Florez
Stephan Flore
Hans Focketyn
Bernhard Forthaus
Andreas Fries
Asko Fromm
Florian Gast
Florian Gast
Catherine Gay Menzel
Marco Gelsomini
Ulrich Grenz
Jana Grundmann
Hendrik Gruss
Hendrik Gruss
Luis GuzmĂĄn Grossberger
Luis GuzmĂĄn Grossberger
Christian Hahn
Yvonne Hahn
Naghmeh Hajibeik
Naghmeh Hajibeik
David Hammer
David Hammer
Michael Hansmeyer
Michael Hansmeyer
Nikolai Happ
Bernd Heidlindemann
Anne-Kathrin Hellermann
Anne-Kathrin Hellermann
Magdalena Hellmann
Magdalena Hellmann
Lars Höffgen
Philip Hogrebe
Philip Hogrebe
Ulrike Horn
Inga van Husen
Inga van Husen
Michael Iking
Michael Iking
Ina Jansen
Ina Jansen
Nils Jarre
Nils Jarre
Damun Jawanrudi
Damun Jawanrudi
JĂŒrgen Johner (Associate)
Leweni Kalentzi
Andreas Kimmel
Andreas Kimmel
Anja Klein
Anja Klein
Frank Klimek
Julia Kniess
Alexander Kolbinger
Alexander Kolbinger
Benjamin Koren
Benjamin Koren
Tomas Kraus
Jonas Kreis
Jonas Kreis
Nicole Lambrich
Jana Lasorik
Jana Lasorik
Matthias Lehmann
Monika Lietz
Monika Lietz
Monika Lietz
Philipp Loeper
Philipp Loeper
Philipp Loeper
Julian Löffler
Julian Löffler
Thomas Lorenz
Thomas Lorenz
Thomas Lorenz
Florian Loweg
Florian Loweg
Christina Loweg
Florian Loweg
Xiaojing Lu
Xiaojing Lu
Xiaojing Lu
Femke LĂŒbcke
Femke LĂŒbcke
Femke LĂŒbcke
Tim LĂŒdtke
Tim LĂŒdtke
Tim LĂŒdtke
Lilian Lyons
Lilian Lyons
Lilian Lyons
Jan Maasjosthusmann
Jan Maasjosthusmann
Janos Magyar
Janos Magyar
Klaus Marten
Klaus Marten
Petrina Meier
Petrina Meier
Götz Menzel
Götz Menzel
Alexander Meyer
Simone Meyer
Simone Meyer
Alexander Meyer
Henning Michelsen
Henning Michelsen
Alexander Montero Herberth
Alexander Montero Herberth
Felix Morczinek
Jana MĂŒnsterteicher
Christiane Netz
Andreas Niessen
Monika Niggemeyer
MĂČnica Ors Romagosa
Argel Padilla Figueroa
Benedikt Pedde
Sebastian Pellatz
Malte Petersen
Jorge Picas
Philipp Poppe
Alrun Porkert
Yanbin Qian
Robin Quaas
Julian Raffetseder
Holger Rasch (Digital Technologies)
Leila Reese
Constance von RĂšge
Constance von RĂšge
Chantal Reichenbach
Leonard Reichert
Thorge Reinke
Ina Riemann
Nina Rittmeier
Dimitra Riza
Miguel RodrĂ­guez MartĂ­nez
Guido Roth
Christoph Röttinger
Patrick Sandner
Philipp Schaerer (Digital Technologies)
Chasper Schmidlin
Alexandra Schmitz
Martin Schneider
Leo Schneidewind
Malte Schoemaker
Katharina Schommer
Helene SchĂŒler
Katrin Schwarz
Gerrit Christopher Sell
Heeri Song
Nadine Stecklina
Markus Stern
Sebastian Stich
Sophie Stöbe
Stephanie Stratmann
Kai Strehlke (Digital Technologies)
Ulf Sturm
Stefano Tagliacarne
Anke Thestorf
Henning Többen
Kerstin Treiber
Florian Tschacher
Chih-Bin Tseng
Jan Ulbricht
Florian Voigt
Jonathan Volk
Maximilian Vomhof
Christof Weber
Ruth Maria Weber
Catharina Weis
Philipp Wetzel
Douwe Wieërs
Julius Wienholt
Julia Wildfeuer
Boris Wolf
Patrick Yong
Xiang Zhou
Bettina Zimmermann
Marco ZĂŒrn

Facts

Client
Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, Germany
Planning
General Designer (2005-2013): ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany [Herzog & de Meuron AG, Hohler+ Partner Architekten und Ingenieure]
General Designer (2013-2016): Joint Venture Arbeitsgemeinschaft Planung Elbphilharmonie [Herzog & de Meuron GmbH, H+P Planungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Hochtief Solutions AG]
Structural Engineering Concept & Design: Schnetzer Puskas International AG, Heinrich Schnetzer
Structural Engineering Planning: Schnetzer Puskas International AG with subcontractor: Rohwer Ingenieure
Structural Engineering Construction Documentation: Hochtief Solutions AG with subcontractor: Spannverbund Bausysteme GmbH (Contractor proposals Building Roof, Execution Building Roof, Main Hall - steel roof structure, internal roof steelwork including acoustic reflector)
Structural Engineering Certification: WK Consult, DR.-Ing Rainer Grzeschkowitz
Structural Engineering Brick Facade: JĂ€ger Ingenieure
Dynamic Calculations Main Hall: Schnetzer Puskas International AG
HVAC Engineering, Mechanical, Plumbing (2013-2016): Hochtief Solutions AGM Knott & Partner Ingenieure VDI, MĂŒller + Partner, C.A.T.S Computer and Technology Service GmbH
HVAC Engineering, Mechanical, Plumbing (2005-2013): ARGE Generarplaner Elbphilharmonie [Winter Ingenieure, General Contractor: Adamanta - Hochtief Solutions]
Electrical Engineering (2005-2013): Hochtief Solutions AG, ARGE Generarplaner Elbphilharmonie [Winter Ingenieure, General Contractor: Adamanta - Hochtief Solutions]
Electrical Engineering (2013-2016): Hochtief Solutions AG
Signage Planning (2005-2013): ARGE Generarplaner Elbphilharmonie
Signage Consulting (2005-2013): Ruedi Baur
Signage (2013-2016): Herzog & de Meuron GmbH with Integral Ruedi Baur
Signage (2013-2016): Hochtief Solutions AG
Sprinkler: Itega GmbH IngenieurbĂŒro, Hochtief Solutions AG
3D Modeling: Herzog & de Meuron GmbH, Hochtief Vicon
Specialist / Consulting
Acoustic Consulting: Nagata Acoustics Inc.
Building Physics (2005-2013): Taubert und Ruhe GmbH, JĂ€ger Ingenieure, TU Dresden, GWT, ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie, General Contractor Adamanta - Hochtief Consult
Building Physics (2013-2016): MF Dr. Flohrer Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Hochtief Solutions AG
Crowd Flow: Happold IngenieurbĂŒro GmbH, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Planung Elbphilharmonie
Fire Safety Planning (2005-2013): HHP Nord/Ost Beratende Ingenieure GmbH,Hahn Consult Ingenieurgesellschaft, ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie, General Contractor: Adamanta
Fire Protection, Site Supervision (2013-2016): Hahn Consult Ingenieurgesellschaft
Noise Control: Taubert und Ruhe GmbH
Facade Engineering: R & R Fuchs
Facade Maintenance Strategy: Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Manfred Helmus Ingenieurpartnerschaft
Restoration Brick Facade: JĂ€ger Ingenieure GmbH, TU Dresden
SAA Consulting - Audio/Video: Peutz Consult GmbH, ADA Ahnert Design Acoustic
Climate Consulting (2005-2013): Transsolar
Thermal Simulation (Main Concert Hall): IngenieurbĂŒro Hauslade, GmbH in cooperation with Prof. Bjarne W. Olesen, Technical University of Denmark
Wind Engineering: Wacker Ingenieure
Scenography Consulting: ARGE Planung Elbphilharmonie, BAA Projektmanagement GmbH, Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie, Ducks Sceno, General Contractor: Adamanta, GCA Ingenieure
Traffic Planning (2005-2013): ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie, Ing.-Ges.mbH Heinmann
Transport Planning (2005-2013): ReGe Hamburg - ARGUS Stadt- und Verkehrsplanung
Vertical Circulation Consulting (2005-2013): Jappsen Ingenieure
Vertical Circulation Planning (2005-2013): ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie
Well Drilling Consulting (2005-2013): IGB Ingenieurgesellschaft, Hamburg, Germany
Well Drilling Planning (2005-2013): ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie
Contractors
General Contractor: Adamanta GrundstĂŒtcks-Vermietungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. Objekt, Elbphilharmonie KG represented by Hochtief Solutions AG
Facility Management: SPIE GmbH
Investor Consortium: Adamanta GrundstĂŒcks-Vermietungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. Objekt, Elbphilharmonie KG represented by HCommerz Real AG
Lightning Design and Planning: ARGE Planung Elbphilharmonie, ARGE Generalplaner Elbphilharmonie
Lightning (Collaboration) (2005-2012): Ulrike Brandi Licht
Building Data
Site Area: 113'451 sqft, 10'540 sqm
Gross floor area (GFA): 1'350'998 sqft, 125'512 sqm
Number of levels: 29
Footprint: 61'838 sqft, 5'745 sqm
Length: 413 ft, 126 m
Width: 288 ft, 88 m
Height: 360 ft, 110 m
Gross volume (GV): 16'805'276 cbft, 475'872 cbm
Facade surface: 242'187 sqft, 22'500 sqm
Links
www.elbphilharmonie.de

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