Our focus is always on the search for intelligent, sustainable ideas and strategies. We work with a sound balance between profound know-how gained from decades of practical experience, creativity and curiosity about new approaches, and with high standards in terms of aesthetics, functionality and economic efficiency. We believe that the pleasure we take in our work is reflected in our buildings!
The digitalisation of the construction industry has significantly changed the way we work in a very short time. This has resulted in numerous challenges, which we, together with 41 other architectural firms, are meeting as BIM Allianz e.V. The aim is to use our expertise and experience to develop demand-oriented solutions in the most effective and time-saving way possible. In our office, this development process is supervised by Associate Partner Hanns-Jochen Weyland.
On 10 September, the foundation stone for our ConneXion Office project was laid in Hamburg’s city centre, in the immediate vicinity of the central station and the Free Academy of Arts. The office and commercial building completes the urban ensemble at the Hühnerposten site.
As part of the webinar series Heinze ArchitekTOUR “Architekten im Gespräch”, Martin Murphy presents the topic “Bauen im Bestand” using the example of the head office of Helm AG in Hamburg. The virtual event took place on the 6 of July 2020.
As a new member of the BDA Kasimir Altzweig talks in a personal interview about the professional self-conception and the responsibility as an architect for the built environment.
Martin Murphy talks about the challenges of digital communication in times of Corona.
The first “Architects, not Architecture” event in Hamburg on 4 February 2016 can now be viewed online. Jan Störmer talks about companions and family, music and art, wanderlust, dreams and visions.
Martin Murphy gave exciting insights into his career path from Great Britain to Spain and Germany and talked about formative moments and experiences. The event took place on 28 November 2019 in Hamburg.