a building like no other
A unique building is being constructed in a central location in the Hanseatic city, a breath-taking bridge between tradition and future: the new Deutschlandhaus.
A building whose ample windows and transparent dome are a modern interpretation of the historic ‘Lichtspielhaus’ cinema, which opened its curtain nearly 100 years ago. A building whose exciting contrast between the classic facade and innovative interior continuously fascinates visitors.
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RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HANSEATIC CITY OF HAMBURG
Across from Gänsemarkt and the Staatsoper Hamburg, in close proximity to the Inner Alster, Jungfernstieg and the Dammtor long-distance railway station. It just doesn’t get any more central than Deutschlandhaus. In the middle of Hamburg, in the middle of the vibrant city centre life.
HERE, LIGHT MEETS LIFESTYLE
From the outside a modern interpretation that is reminiscent of the traditional office building brick facade of the historic Deutschlandhaus from the 1920s, from the inside a spectacular well-lit open space for inspired working and transparent communication – Deutschlandhaus consistently finds news ways to fascinate.
A BUILDING FOR WORKING, SHOPPING AND LEISURE
WORK AND LIFE FIND PERFECT EQUILIBRIUM IN THIS BUILDING
Bright and individually configurable office spaces that inspire employees, customers and visitors in equal measure – Deutschlandhaus offers the perfect conditions for successful companies.
WELCOME TO A BUILDING SURE TO BE A TEMPLE FOR CONNOISSEURS
From breakfast cafes and bistros to exclusive restaurants: Deutschlandhaus has a culinary offering like no other.
THIS BUILDING REDEFINES RETAIL
Impressive shop-front windows and appealing retail spaces – Deutschlandhaus will be the flagship of the new boulevard between Dammtorstraße and Valentinskamp.
THIS BUILDING IS THE HISTORY AND THE FUTURE OF HAMBURG
Constructed nearly 100 years ago in the ‘Neues Bauen’ architectural style and, at the time, home to Europe’s largest cinema, heavily damaged during the Second World War and completely renovated more than 40 years ago: Deutschlandhaus is writing an evolving story.
Deutschlandhaus, built according to plans by architects Fritz Block and Ernst Hochfeld, was inaugurated with the opening of its Ufa-Palast cinema, which had seats for 2,700 visitors.
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The new Deutschlandhaus, conceptualised and realised by the ABG Real Estate Group with a design by Hadi Teherani, will become the new flagship of the Hamburg city centre. The concept builds an architectural bridge between history and future.