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BUILT, DEVELOPED
AND VISIONARY

A SELECTION OF OUR PROJECTS

Our thinking and our experience have been enriched by our wide variety of projects including: infill developments, residential neighbourhoods, business premises, energy concepts and research projects for urban districts, new campus working environments and hotels.

Co2-neutraler Wohnungsbau in Hamburger Münzviertel
APARTMENT BUILDING HAMBURG – ST. GEORG

URBAINITY JUNGLE

Centrally located in Repsoldstraße: 25 compact apartments for urbanites with the highest standards of sustainability – CO2-free operation, living green walls to courtyard elevations, healthy interior building materials and an app for building controls.

Grüner Innenhof der KfW-40 Plus Urbainity Projektentwicklung The Plus
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDING WOLFSBURG

THE PLUS

In the centre of the Steimker Gärten district, Wolfsburg, we are constructing two buildings with 188 apartments and commercial space on the ground floor. The KFW 40 Plus energy standard, green living walls to courtyard elevations and the community spaces are unique in this area.

Wohngebäude Rotbuchenhain mit BHKW-Nahwärmeanschluss
APARTMENT BUILDING HAMBURG – ALSTERDORF

ROTBUCHENHAIN

26 apartments with a generous loggia, which was developed as a ‘holiday home porch’ with a lot of wood and a sliding solar protection element, offer maximum housing quality in a green environment.

Begrünte Ziegelfassade bei der Quartiersentwicklung Süderfeld-Park
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT HAMBURG-LOKSTEDT

SÜDERFELD PARK

In the autumn of 2020, just under 400 apartments for rent, a day nursery, a ring road, a public park and its own heat and power supply have been completed after a seven-year design and construction period.

Xing-Campus mit New Work und im DGNB Standard
HEADQUARTERS BUILDING – BAHRENFELD

XING NEW WORK CAMPUS

A new office location with space for 1,350 employees was to be created for the digital network, XING. In addition to the development of the brief, typology and building design, we were initially commissioned to find a suitable site.

Urbainity Work House als Holzbau für Co-Working Spaces
CLUSTER WORKING IN HAMBURG-EIMSBÜTTEL

URBAINITY WORKHOUSE

The free-standing building, which will be built using the hybrid timber construction method, provides innovative companies in the health tech sector a communicative working environment and optimal use of synergies. The bistro on the ground floor and the roof garden are only part of the offers.

Projektentwicklung eines Büro-Loft Gebäudes
CREATIVE OFFICES IN HAMBURG – ST. PAULI

BUDAPESTER LOFTS

Two loft buildings with a total of 5,800 m² space for creative service providers from the surrounding districts. Our aim was to develop characterful buildings and spaces, that inspire the users and offer them a lot of flexibility.

Neubau von Eigentumswohnungen in Eppendorf
APARTMENT BUILDING HAMBURG – EPPENDORF

LUCENTE

22 compact apartments for singles and couples who want to live a central urban lifestyle. The architecture of the street elevation was intentionally composed with smaller-scale, varied elements in order to fit in with the late nineteenth-century townscape.

Energetische Stadtsanierung Bergedorf-Süd
FEDERAL PROGRAMME

ENERGY-EFFICIENT URBAN REDEVELOPMENT OF HAMBURG – BERGEDORF

For the district of Bergedorf-Süd we developed strategies for its energy-efficient renovation, and supported their implementation for three years. The aim of the project was to start a transformation to a climate-neutral district in accordance with the Paris climate protection targets. It was scientifically monitored by a research group commissioned by the federal government.

Projektbild Forschungsarbeit GEWISS mit der Hafen-City Universität
RESEARCH PROJECT

GEWISS - IN COOPERATION WITH THE HAFENCITY UNIVERSITY

As a partner of the GEWISS research package processed by the HafenCity University, we have developed methods and tools for large-scale neighbourhood studies and monitored their application in selected model neighbourhoods in Hamburg.

Quartiersentwicklung Alsterberg mit Nahwärme BHKW
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT HAMBURG
– ALSTERDORF

GREEN LIVING IN ALSTERBERG

330 apartments for rent, over 50% of which are social housing homes, a day care nursery, its own heat and power supply and residential group projects with the Alsterdorf Foundation are just some of the features of this multilayered neighbourhood development with DGNB Gold certification.

Wohnungsneubau H99 mit Mikroapartments
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDING HAMBURG – HOHELUFT

H99 – SMARTLOFTS

The 45m² apartments are accessed from the street side via an access balcony. They have a compact plan and high-quality internal timber fittings. On the quiet courtyard side an elevated garden has been laid out, which all residents may use in addition to their balconies.

Neubau für Studenten im KfW-40 Standard
STUDENT HOUSING HAMBURG-LOKSTEDT

ENSEMBLE L + M

About 100 subsidised flats for students, trainees and families, plus a day care nursery are grouped in five energy-efficient blocks around a generous, landscaped court.

HOTEL PROJECT ECKERNFÖRDE

FÖRDERSAND BEACH HOTEL

In one of the most exclusive locations around the Eckenförde Bay, we conceived a fine-grained Scandinavian inspired group of buildings which blends harmoniously with nature and the coastline. The 100-bed hotel is designed using a timber construction system and is planned with publicly accessible open space and a roof-level bar.

Visionäres Projekt im Hamburger Hafen
PORT OF HAMBURG HOTEL CONCEPT

LIVING IN A BOX

Water, ships and containers are the defining elements in the Port of Hamburg. Together with Studio Labs, this spirit inspired us to develop a hotel made from shipping containers, and to place it where it belongs – on the edge of the port.

Projektentwicklung Carossa Quartier in Berlin Spandau
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT BERLIN – SPANDAU

CAROSSA QUARTIER

Bordering the River Havel, the Carossa Quarter is being built on an area of 13 hectares. It is a mixture of listed industrial architecture and newbuild apartments that are connected to the adjacent landscape space.

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URBAINITY

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22765 Hamburg
Deutschland
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CONTACT

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hello@urbainity.eu
www.urbainity.eu


URBAINITY JUNGLE

URBAINITY JUNGLE
LIVING IN HAMBURG-ST. GEORG

Located in the historic Münzviertel neighbourhood, this apartment building comprises 25 compact and well-designed newbuild apartments in Hamburg. The architecture creates a connection between the typical Hamburg brick architecture on the street side and sustainable greening concepts for climate adaptation on the courtyard side. A high proportion of photovoltaic panels, maximum building efficiency and a building app make an important contribution to climate protection and at the same time offer a great deal of living comfort. Lovingly designed details and special material compositions down to the selection of bricks from the Danish manufacturer Petersen Tegl, make the URBAINITY JUNGLE a valuable one-off.

Project data

LOCATION

Repsoldstraße 48, Hamburg-St. Georg/ Münzviertel

CHARACTERISTICS

1,847 GFA, energy efficiency standard 40, CO2-neutral, 25 residential units

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP GmbH

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
www.hda-hamburg.de

Co2-neutraler Wohnungsbau in Hamburger Münzviertel
Energieeffizienter und wohngesunder Neubau in der Repsoldstrasse

“WITH THIS PILOT PROJECT WE REALLY WANTED TO PUSH THE BOUNDARIES.”

0% CO2
237 m² green roof and living green walls
URBAINITY HIGHLIGHTS

ENERGY:

KfW efficiency house standard 40, municipal district heating, 52 m² PV on roof and facade, CO2-neutral operation

PLANTING

100% compensation of the built-over area through green roof and living green walls

HEALTH

Use of certified paints, adhesives and sealants

MOBILITY

No underground parking, residents use public transport + car sharing schemes + bikes

TECH

App with smart home, social media and sharing functions


THE PLUS

THE PLUS
LIVING IN THE STEIMKER GÄRTEN AREA OF WOLFSBURG

The Plus is one of the largest KFW 40 Plus residential schemes in Germany. Since 2019 we have been developing a total of 188 apartments for rent and almost 3,000 m² of retail and commercial space in two buildings in the ambitious urban expansion area of Steimker Gärten in Wolfsburg. Compact plans and community spaces on the roof and in the inner courtyard provide attractive housing in this growing city for both digital nomads and also young families. Living green walls, healthy building materials and their own electricity production via photovoltaic panels on the roofs will become even more important for future target groups.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Steimker Gärten, Wolfsburg

CHARACTERISTICS

23,000 m² GFA (above ground), energy efficiency standard 40 Plus, 188 residential units

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP GmbH together with
Meyer Projektentwicklung GmbH

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
AMF Architekt Martin Förster

Car-Sharing bei The Community Plus
Energieeffizienz und Mieterstrom bei The Green Plus

“HOW DO THE
ENGINEERS LIVE WHO ARE DEVELOPING OUR FUTURE CARS?”

60% less CO2
237 m² green roof and
living green walls
652 m² community space
FEATURES

ENERGY:

KfW efficiency standard 40 Plus, municipal district heating, 1,660 m² PV on the roof

HEALTH

Use of certified paints, adhesives and sealants

MOBILITY

Mobility concept and car sharing

TECH

Digital information boards


ROTBUCHENHAIN

APARTMENT BUILDING ROTBUCHENHAIN
LIVING IN HAMBURG – ALSTERDORF

On the last quietly situated construction site in the newbuild neighbourhood of Alsterberg, we developed an apartment building with an original objective: to provide every resident with their own veranda. The generous connection between the inside and outside possesses an extraordinary quality, particularly when this open space provides the atmosphere of a holiday home veranda. So, we have developed a concept, whereby the loggias are clad with timber slats with additional built-in cupboards. These can be used for storing garden furniture, cushions and barbecue utensils etc.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Rotbuchenhain, Hamburg-Alsterdorf

CHARACTERISTICS

3,000 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 55, 28 residential units

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP GmbH together with C. Bock

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
www.hda-hamburg.de

Eigentumswohnungen im Grünen von Urbainity
Neubau des Effizienzhauses Rothbuchenhain
“WE LIKED THE IDEA OF TURNING THE BALCONY INTO A ROOM.”
40 % less CO2
429 m² green roof
and roof gardens

DETAILS

ENERGIE: Städtische Fernwärme, Photovoltaik Dach

GESUNDHEIT: Einsatz von zert. Farben, Klebern und Dichtungen
MOBILITÄT: Mobilitätskonzept und Carsharing

SÜDERFELD
PARK

SÜDERFELD PARK
GREEN LIVING IN HAMBURG-LOKSTEDT

Between 2013 and 2020, a sustainable residential area was constructed on the site of a former industrial area. Between Süderfeldstraße und Lottestraße we developed just under 400 residential units. We started with the project-related development plan, the development of an energy concept and our own design concept. The project was implemented in four construction phases plus a phase for the road and a public park. The constructions sites F and K opposite the park were the last buildings, which were completed at the end of 2020. The entire newbuild area is supplied with heat and power from its own energy network. Our guiding principle for this sustainable neighbourhood development was the link between architecture and green spaces.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Süderfeldstraße / Lottestraße, Hamburg-Lokstedt

CHARACTERISTICS

34,600 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 55/40, 400 residential units, rental housing

INVESTOR

J.H. Gustav Burmeister GmbH & Co. KG
(300 residential units)

ARCHITECTS

hda – Henrik Diemann Architekten, Henke & Partner, Tchoban Voss

Balkone Quartiersentwicklung Süderfeld-Park
Gedämmte KfW-Effizienzhaus Fassade

“FOR ME, THIS PROJECT WAS ALWAYS ABOUT THE IDEA OF NEIGHBOURHOODS.”

40% less CO2
15,050 m² green roofs,
living green walls
and green open space
33% social
housing
SERVICES PROVIDED

Project development

Management of the approved development plan

Product development

Funding

Energy concept


Invitation to tender and award of contracts

Infrastructure management

Quality assurance

Management of sales

Negotiation of urban development contract


Funding concept

Project management

Marketing management

Development of the
 greening concept


E-mobility and car sharing

Neighbour participation

E-Mobilität und Carsharing

Property sales

XING
NEW WORK

NEW WORK CAMPUS FOR
XING SE - NEW WORKING ENVIRONMENTS
IN HAMBURG-BAHRENFELD

In 2017 the professional social network XING had to deal with an increase in staff numbers due to its dynamic expansion. Various sites in Hamburg were to be merged and XING commissioned us as a service developer with the requirements planning, cost-effectiveness analysis and property search for a 28,000 m² building for up to 1,500 employees. After numerous studies and negotiations with site owners, we were able to secure the property in Gasstraße, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld. The plan for XING SE to manage its own property development project in Hamburg was abandoned in 2019.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Gasstraße, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld

CHARACTERISTICS

28,000 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 40, DGNB Gold

INVESTOR

XING SE

ARCHITECTS

hda – Henrik Diemann Architekten (work stages 1–2)

Ziegelarchitektur, sustainable und dgnb-zertifiziert – der Xing Campus
Agiles Arbeiten in der Community auf dem Xing-Campus

“WORKING ON A CAMPUS MEANS VITAL URBAN LIVING.”

60% less CO2
4,900 m² green
roof spaces
2,950 m²
community space
SERVICES PROVIDED

Requirements planning
Typology development
Cost-effectiveness analysis
Property search

Feasibility studies
Product development
Sustainability concept

URBAINITY
WORKHOUSE

URBAINITY WORKHOUSE
CLUSTER WORKING
IN HAMBURG-EIMSBÜTTEL

The idea of developing a future cluster in the health tech sector grew up in the neighbourhood around the university hospital and Beiersdorf AG. A timber hybrid building is to be built, which brings together the office and laboratory spaces of various companies in these sectors. The building will have the highest standards of sustainability and forward-thinking working environments. A communal bistro, the central reception area and conference rooms on the roof are just part of the sharing concept. URBAINITY HOUSE will also be CO2-neutral in operation, but in addition, its construction is balanced by grey energy and recyclability. Various green living walls and roof gardens complete the URBAINITY strategy of “better buildings”.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Sorthmannweg, Hamburg-Eimsbüttel

CHARACTERISTICS

3,500 m² GFA (above ground), efficiency house standard 40, CO2-neutral

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP GmbH

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
www.hda-hamburg.de

Urbainity New Work Konzept
Urbainity Smart Building Workhouse

“OUR FIRST PROJECT TO TACKLE THE SUBJECT OF GREY ENERGY.”

0% CO2
740 m² green roof
and living green walls
760 m²
community space
URBAINITY HIGHLIGHTS

ENERGY

KfW efficiency house standard 40, air source heat pump, PV on the roof and facade, CO2-neutral operation

PLANTING

Living green roof and walls, roof gardens

HEALTH

Use of certified paints, adhesives and sealants

MOBILITY

No underground car park, residents use public transport + car sharing schemes + bikes

TECH

App with smart home, social media and sharing functions+ display of energy consumption

BUDAPESTER
LOFTS

BUDAPESTER LOFTS
CREATIVE OFFICES IN ST. PAULI

Initially commissioned by a Hamburg digital company, we developed a loft building on Budapester Straße and were also able to secure the site with the help of a business development grant. After the merger with another property, a group of buildings was formed comprising flexible spaces of various sizes, which eventually attracted many diverse creative and cultural enterprises from the neighbourhood. A high standard of energy efficiency and automatic windows result in a very sustainable building concept, because it was possible to dispense with the usual mechanical cooling of office areas.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Budapester Straße, Hamburg-St. Pauli

CHARACTERISTICS

5,800 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 55, passive cooling

INVESTOR

Hamburg Team und bwp

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
www.hda-hamburg.de

Bar mit Sichtbeton im nachhaltigen Loft-Gebäude
Sichtbeton in der Projektentwicklung Budapester Lofts

“WE WANTED TO DEVELOP A LOW-TECH OFFICE, WHERE CREATIVE WORK IS ENCOURAGED.”

36% less CO2
270 m² green
roof garden
URBAINITY HIGHLIGHTS

ENERGY

Energy efficiency standard without mechanical cooling

PLANTING

Green roof and roof gardens

TECH

Digitally controlled window ventilation for night-cooling, in consideration of passive building components

LUCENTE

APARTMENT BUILDING LUCENTE
LIVING IN HAMBURG-EPPENDORF

In the historic centre of Eppendorf, two apartment buildings were built with 32 new compact apartments for singles and couples. Due to the density of adjoining buildings and the high groundwater level, this infill site was a very complicated one to carry out. An essential part of our main concept was the harmonious insertion of the newbuild into the existing small-scale Gründerzeit buildings from the nineteenth century. Due to the lack of space and the location’s good transport connections it was possible to make do without an underground car park. The positive demand for this high-quality product confirms our approach. The purchasers mainly travel by public transport and bike.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Eppendorfer Landstraße, Hamburg-Eppendorf

CHARACTERISTICS

3,200 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 55, 32 residential units

INVESTOR

ZBI Wohnen GmbH

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten www.hda-hamburg.de

Projektentwicklung für das nachhaltige Wohnbauprojekt Lucente
Wohnungsneubau in der Epppendorfer Landstrasse
“FROM THE
GRÜNDERZEIT ERA
INTO THE FUTURE”
40% less CO2
59 m² green
roof spaces
SERVICES PROVIDED

Preliminary project development
Property acquisition
Product development
Project management
Quality assurance


ENERGY-EFFICIENT URBAN REDEVELOPMENT

ENERGY-EFFICIENT
URBAN REDEVELOPMENT
IN HAMBURG BERGEDORF
MORE ENERGY EFFICIENCY
FOR THE DISTRICT

After a comprehensive expert report on reducing the energy demand of Bergedorf-Süd had been commissioned by the joint venture consortium within the framework of the federal programme “Energy-efficient Urban Redevelopment”, in 2014 the three-year implementation phase of the concept began. The aim was to initiate and support measures within the management of the refurbishment. These were to reduce the primary energy demand of this district of Hamburg over the long term by reducing the energy demand of the buildings and the conversion of the energy supply. In addition to the implementation on a broad level, we supervised lighthouse projects with special significance for Bergedorf. One example of this was the Rudolf Steiner school, one of the oldest school buildings in Hamburg. It re-opened after completion of the measures on 1 September 2017. This sustainable urban development project in Hamburg was one of twelve representative projects selected to be scientifically monitored by a research group commissioned by the federal government.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Bergedorf-Süd, Hamburg

CHARACTERISTICS

City neighbourhood with an area of 35 hectares

INVESTOR

Ministry for the Environment and Energy, Hamburg

PROJECT PARTNERS

Megawatt GmbH, Konsalt GmbH

Sanierung der Rudolf-Steiner-Schule in Bergedorf-Süd
Bild aus dem Projektgebiet der energetischen Stadtsanierung Bergedorf-Süd

“THE RENOVATION RATE CAN BE INCREASED THROUGH FUNDING AND INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS.”

XX CO2
XXX Dach- & Fassadengrün
XXX Communityfläche
XXX Sozialer Wohnungsbau
HEADLINE

ENERGIE:

XXXXXXX

BEGRÜNUNG

XXXXXX

GESUNDHEIT

XXXXX

MOBILITÄT

XXXXXXX

TECH

XXXXXXXX


GEWISS

GEWISS WITH THE HAFENCITY RESEARCH ON FUTURE HEAT SUPPLY

GEWISS – A German acronym that stands for Geographical Heat Information and Simulation System. A long name for a clear objective: the creation of an interactive atlas that displays the supply and demand for heat and their future development for the entire Hamburg metropolitan area. On this basis, the development of a sustainable energy supply and measures to reduce CO2 in the existing building stock can be planned. The research project ran under the programme for an energy-efficient city (EnEff:) by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and was conducted among others by the University of Applied Sciences (HAW), the HafenCity University and the Ministry for the Environment and Energy, Hamburg (BUE). As a partner in the research package data integration and microsimulation, we have developed methods and tools for large-scale neighbourhood studies and monitored their application in selected model neighbourhoods in Hamburg.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Selected urban neighbourhoods in Hamburg

CHARACTERISTICS

Research project

CLIENT

HafenCity University Hamburg

PROJECT PARTNERS

GEWISS research partnership

„LOREM IPSUM ....WOLLTEN WIR UNBEDINGT AN DIE GRENZEN GEHEN.“

XX CO2
XXX Dach- & Fassadengrün
XXX Communityfläche
XXX Sozialer Wohnungsbau
HEADLINE

ENERGIE:

XXXXXXX

BEGRÜNUNG

XXXXXX

GESUNDHEIT

XXXXX

MOBILITÄT

XXXXXXX

TECH

XXXXXXXX


ALSTERBERG

ALSTERBERG QUARTER
GREEN LIVING
 IN
HAMBURG-ALSTERDORF

On a former barracks site, we developed an inclusive residential neighbourhood, a day care nursery and office space for the housing management of the GWG [housing association]. Our initial approach with this project was that only the lowest amount of CO2 emissions should be produced during operation. The development of an energy concept thus came before urban design. A self-sufficient heat and power supply with its own heating grid, high building efficiency standards and DGNB certification became the key objectives of the new neighbourhood. Beyond that, our focus was on social mixing, which is why we created 50% social housing homes and 50% accessible homes, of which 52 were subsidised student flats and some housing group projects for people with special needs.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Sengelmannstraße, Suhrenkamp, Hamburg-Alsterdorf

CHARACTERISTICS

24,500 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 40, 309 residential units, rental housing

INVESTOR

GWG Gruppe Baden Württemberg /Stuttgart

ARCHITECTS

EMT Stuttgart, hda – Henrik Diemann Architekten,
 Orange Blu Stuttgart

Geförderter sozialer Wohnungsbau bei der Quartiersentwicklung Alsterberg
Nachhaltiges Bauen im DGNB Standard bei der Quartiersentwicklung Alsterdorf

“A NEIGHBOURHOOD FOR ALL GENERATIONS, THAT SUPPLIES ITS OWN ELECTRICITY AND HEAT.”

70% less CO2
2,671 m²
green roof spaces
50% social
housing
SERVICES PROVIDED

Project development

Competition management

Product development


Energy concept

Invitation to tender and award of contracts

Managing the infrastructure

Quality assurance

Project management

Development of greening concept

Neighbour participation


H99

SMARTLOFTS H99
LIVING IN HAMBURG-HOHELUFT

We realised the Smartloft concept H99 on Hoheluftchaussee, the main street in the Hoheluft district and close to the university. The objective in infilling this gap in the street frontage was to develop small and cleverly designed apartments, which despite the noisy street, nevertheless enable the residents to enjoy a high degree of liveability. The result was 45 m² units, which were inserted as cubes. The kitchen-living rooms were arranged on the street side, bathrooms in the centre, designed as a timber cube, with the sleeping area, living room and balconies on the quiet west side. All apartments were partially furnished, with every last space designed with built-in cupboards and space for household appliances. The catering outlet on the ground floor has outdoor seating in the courtyard, which matches the young target group of the residents. They can also use the community elevated garden for table tennis tournaments and barbecues.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Hoheluftchaussee, Hamburg-Hoheluft

CHARACTERISTICS

2,300 m² GFA (above ground), 18 residential units

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP GmbH

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
Spine Architects

H99 Mikroapartments an der Magistrale
Sichtbeton-Treppenhaus im Projekt H99

“COOL CONVENIENT LIVING WITH A COMMUNITY ELEVATED GARDEN.”

180 m²
garden space
160 m²
community space
URBAINITY HIGHLIGHTS

ENERGIE:

KfW-Effizienzhaus 40, Städtische Fernwärme, 52 m² Photovoltaik auf Dach + Fassade, CO2 – neutraler Betrieb

BEGRÜNUNG

100 % Ausgleich der überbauten Fläche durch Dach- und Fassadenbegrünung

GESUNDHEIT

Einsatz von zert. Farben, Klebern und Dichtungen

MOBILITÄT

Keine Tiefgarage, Bewohner nutzen den ÖPNV + Sharing Angebote + Fahrrad

TECH

App mit Smart Home- + Social Media- und Sharing-Funktionen + Energieverbrauchsanzeige

STUDENT HOUSING

L+M

STUDENT HOUSING L+M
YOUNG LIVING + DAYCARE NURSERY IN HAMBURG-LOKSTEDT

In Süderfeld Park, our Service Development department developed an ensemble of buildings for ZBI Wohnen comprising subsidised student flats, social housing for families and a day care nursery. The day care nursery with space for 110 children was consciously located next to the newly created public park. The remaining homes, 93 of which are apartments for students and young people undergoing vocational training are grouped around a shared landscaped court. This was the first time we used the innovative and time-saving VST composite formwork system. This is a construction method whereby the shell elements are industrially prefabricated to exact dimensions and then directly assembled on site. The concrete is poured using self-compacting concrete. In this project, the KfW 55 and 40 standards were combined with a solar energy system and a combined heat and power unit within the framework of the sustainable energy concept.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Heinrich-Kock-Weg, Hamburg-Lokstedt

CHARACTERISTICS

7,500 m² GFA (above ground), KfW efficiency house standard 55/40, 130 residential units, rental housing

INVESTOR

ZBI WOHNEN GmbH

ARCHITECTS

Henke & Partner, Hamburg

TIME FRAME

Occupied 2019

Kita, Studentenwohnungen und sozialer Wohnungsbau
Kita und Studentenwohnungen im Ensemble L und M

"THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD NEEDS LOW-COST AND AFFORDABLE STUDENT HOUSING."

55%
less CO2
1,918 m² green roofs and
green open space
92%
social housing
SERVICES PROVIDED

Project development
Product development
Project management
Energy concept
Invitation to tender and award of contracts
Quality assurance

CONTAINER

HOTEL

LIVING IN A BOX
HOTEL IN THE
PORT OF HAMBURG

The design concept ‘Terminal 144 Youth Hostel’ occupies a unique position in the low-budget hotel segment. It takes the individuality of the location and at the same time creates an added enthusiasm for it. The ‘container room’ specially developed for this concept, combines purism and design for the essential – the view of the city and the Elbe. The Lego-style modularity of the container construction method offers two different room sizes: one container per single guest or couple and two to three containers for a family. We developed this vision for the Port of Hamburg together with Studio Labs with an industrial product that is ubiquitous in Hamburg – the shipping container.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Port of Hamburg

CHARACTERISTICS

3,800 m² GFA (above ground)

INVESTOR

URBAINITY GROUP

ARCHITECTS

hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten

Studio Labs

Container-Hotelzimmer im Hafen von Hamburg
Visionäres Projekt im Hamburger Hafen

“LIVE IN THE PORT AND BECOME PART OF THIS CITY.”

0% CO2
237 m² Dach- & Fassadengrün
URBAINITY HIGHLIGHTS

ENERGIE:

KfW-Effizienzhaus 40, Städtische Fernwärme, 52 m² Photovoltaik auf Dach + Fassade, CO2 – neutraler Betrieb

BEGRÜNUNG

100 % Ausgleich der überbauten Fläche durch Dach- und Fassadenbegrünung

GESUNDHEIT

Einsatz von zert. Farben, Klebern und Dichtungen

MOBILITÄT

Keine Tiefgarage, Bewohner nutzen den ÖPNV + Sharing Angebote + Fahrrad

TECH

App mit Smart Home- + Social Media- und Sharing-Funktionen + Energieverbrauchsanzeige

CAROSSA

QUARTER

CAROSSA QUARTER
COLOURFUL LIVING

IN BERLIN-SPANDAU

The building complex of the present-day Carossa Quarter is located in the northern part of Spandau, between the Havel and Streitstraße. It was constructed between 1938 and 1942 by the architect Hans Hertlein as an aircraft equipment factory for the Siemens company. Together with ZBI we developed the urban design structure, functional mix as well as the individual products within the framework of a service development. For the area around the Hertlein building, it was necessary to establish an approved development plan, for which we were primarily responsible for managing. The planning objective of the development plan was the provision of building land for Berlin in the order of approximately 1,200 residential units.

PROJECT DATA

LOCATION

Streitstraße, Berlin-Spandau

CHARACTERISTICS

136,000 m² GFA (above ground), 1,200 residential units

INVESTOR

Vierte ZBI Invest AG Co.KG

ARCHITECTS

Göllner Architekten Berlin
hda GmbH - Henrik Diemann Architekten
www.hda-hamburg.de

Denkmalschutz beim Hertleinbau im Carossa Quartier in Berlin-Spandau
Denkmalschutz beim Hertleinbau im Carossa Quartier in Berlin-Spandau

“HOW CAN YOU INTEGRATE A 120 M-LONG BUILDING INTO A NEIGHBOURHOOD?”

0% CO2
237 m² Dach- & Fassadengrün
SERVICES PROVIDED

Management of the approved development plan
Product development
Project management
Energy concept