Gallery: Green Der Spiegel Headquarters Tops Out in Hamburg

One of Europe's largest newspaper publications is getting a new home in Hamburg and the project recently topped out last week. Der Spiegel will move into their new green-built and energy-efficient headquarters next summer, taking advantage of their prime location on the Ericusspitze by the entrance to the new active urban area, HafenCity. Henning Larsen Architects designed the new headquarters, which has been nominated for a gold medal in HafenCity, which is new certification that recognizes the development of sustainable buildings in Germany.

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  1. Jeanpierre November 2, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    The map of the whole HafenCity seems to be old. I can’t see the new building of the HCU (HafenCity University, a university of built environment and metropolitan developement) and at the Magdeburg Hafen – and as far as I know, the architectural contest found a winner two or three years ago:

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