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ON THE ROAD Editor of collection Laura Andreini editorial project Forma Edizioni srl, Firenze, Italy redazione@formaedizioni.it www.formaedizioni.it editorial production Archea Associati scientific director Laura Andreini author Laura Andreini editorial staff Valentina Muscedra Maria Giulia Caliri Sara Benzi graphic design Silvia Agozzino Elisa Balducci Sara Castelluccio Vitoria Muzi Mauro Sampaolesi texts by Laura Andreini Sara Benzi Roberto Bosi Matteo Moscatelli JÜrn Walter translations Miriam Hurley photolithography and Forma Edizioni printing Gutenberg Press Limited, Gudja Road, Tarxien, Malta PLA 19 Š 2014 Forma Edizioni srl, Firenze All rights reserved, no part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior permission in writing of the publisher. First edition: May 2014 ISBN 978-88-96780-57-2


Table of Contents Guide as a Tool Introduction

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Political and geographic overview General information Useful tips

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From Hammaburg to Hamburg: the History of a City Built on Canals

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Sustainable Experiments in Redeveloping the Port City

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Architectural Culture in Hamburg

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Satellite Views

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Strategies for Visiting Hamburg Routes City-Center HafenCity St. Pauli/Altona Center-North IBA

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Museums Theaters Restaurants Hotels Architectural studios

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Index by architects Index by projects

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Transportation

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Political / geographical facts

country Germany

population 1,789,529

language german

density 2,369.41 inhabitants / sq.km

area code 0049 (0)40

time zone UTC+1

coordinates 53째 33' 02'' N 9째 59' 36'' E

city website www.hamburg.de

area 755.264 sq. km

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General information useful addresses and numbers INFORMATION OFFICES

Bicycle rentals

Hamburg Information Hamburg Central Station (U/S-Bahn Hauptahnhof) Kirchenallee Main Entrance +49 (0)40 30051300 Mon - Sat / 9 am - 9 pm Sun and public holidays / 10 am - 6 pm December 24 / 10 am - 4 pm Jan 1 / 11 am - 6 pm

StadtRAD Automatic rental system at public bike stations in different points throughout the city, which have an electronic device that lets you use a credit card to register for the rental system. stadtrad.hamburg.de

HafenCity InfoCenter im Kesselhaus Am Sandtorkai 30, 20457 Hamburg Speicherstadt +49 (0)40 36901799 Tue - Sun / 10 am - 6 pm Mon / closed May - September / 10 am - 8 pm IBA DOCK Am Zollhafen 12, 20539 Hamburg +49 (0)40 226227228 every day / 10 am - 6 pm EMERGENCY SERVICES Ambulance and Fire Department 112 Police 110 Emergency medical service 22 80 22 24-hour Pharmacy 22 8 33 URBAN TRANSPORTATION* Bus bus tickets from the driver www.hvv.de U-Bahn (underground network - 4 lines) tickets: from orange vending machines at the station entrances www.hvv.de S-Bahn (urban rail network - 6 lines) tickets: from orange vending machines at the station entrances www.hvv.de

Hamburg City Cycles St. Pauli - Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 89, 20359 Hamburg T. +49 (0)40 74214420 Mon - Sun (and holidays) / 10 am - 6 pm www.hhcitycycles.de Fahrradstation Dammtorbahnhof l Rotherbaum Schlüterstraße 11, 20146 Hamburg +49 (0)40 41468277 Mon - Fri / 10 am - 6.30 pm Consulate General of Italy area jurisdiction Consulate General of Hannover Mon / 3 pm - 5 pm Tue, Thu, Fri / 9 am - 12 pm Wed / 9 am - 12 am / 3 pm - 5 pm Main phone line +49 511283790 BRITISH CONSULATE GENERAL Neuer Jungfernstieg 20 / Fehland Str 6 20354 Hamburg +49 (0)40 44803236 by appointment only HOW TO DIAL From a local landline: dial just the number From a foreign landline: dial international prefix (+49), Hamburg’s area code (40) and the number. From a foreign mobile phone: dial international prefix (+49), a zero (0), Hamburg’s area code (40) and the number.

Hafenfähren im HVV (river network - 6 lines) www.hadag.de Taxi 441011 +49 (0)40 666666 Großraumtaxi (up to 8 people) 80007000

*We recommend the Hamburg Card, which entitles you to unlimited travel on all public transportation systems in Hamburg, free entrance or discounts at many museums, theaters and tourist attractions. www.hvv.de/en/tickets/day-tickets/hamburg-card

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Architectural Culture in Hamburg Jörn Walter* Hamburg’s urban redevelopment over the last twenty years has been highly dynamic and entailed a fresh model that reconsidered development potentials within the existing city and its orientation towards the Elbe River. The rediscovery of the city on the water and its amphibious nature, through projects such as ‘string of pearls’ (Perlenkette), ‘Hafencampus Harburg’, ‘HafenCity’ and ‘Leap across the Elbe’ (Sprung über die Elbe), were major drivers for pushing urban and architectural planning towards new achievements. They were not only aesthetic considerations, as they also entailed ecological, social, and economic renewal. It has been said that Hamburg is reinventing itself. Perhaps, but the examples written about here show how Hamburg has stayed truer to its nature than it might seem at first glance. Despite the renewal needed, the city’s traditional broad outlines are still a major frame of reference. Ideas for the future are found by keeping well in mind its origins. When we look for Hamburg’s architectural features, we immediately come to brick and white plaster, which have always marked the city’s external image and continue to do so, though joined by other materials, primarily wood and sandstone, followed by cement, glass, and finally metal and plastic surfaces. If we study more in depth, we see that its distinctive traits are in shunning an overly exuberant representation of itself, favoring instead tasteful subtlety and reserved elegance. This is surely linked to Hamburg being one of the oldest republican cities in which a single ruler has never been able to determine historical events. Another major factor is that Hamburg’s present-day image goes back to the influences of twentieth-century classicism and influences of the 1920s and post-war Modernism, in many ways, both in terms of quantity and quality. Ultimately, it must have been the spirit of the Enlightenment that suited the city’s spirit and made its deep mark on its architecture, the pursuit of order in accord with reason, nature, democratic and liberal, humane, and harmonious. In this Enlightenment spirit, Hamburg’s architecture has pursued a Modernist project; however, this is no longer the revolutionary, utopiansocial architecture of the 1920s, nor the complacent, acritical Modernism of the post-war era. It seeks to be rooted neither in the past nor in newness. This Modernism is self-critical, sometimes doubting, sometimes fresh, and sometimes just different. It seeks to recalibrate the best aesthetics of the twentieth century on the basis of changing economic, ecological, and social demands. This architecture is rooted to the ground with low-environmental impact and high social utility. This approach to urban architecture is less monotonous, considerably more diverse and more emotive, and there is, of course, a re-exploration of materials and forms too.

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This emerges from HafenCity’s buildings, which seek a relationship with the scale of Hamburg’s city center. With a high degree of mixed functions there is also an intentional diversity of images, variety, and urban vitality instead of the monotonous quality of large twentieth-century expansions. It is seen in the architecture for the Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA - International Building Exhibition) on Elbe’s islands. To an extraordinary degree, they have committed themselves to ecological and social renewal at affordable prices, as well as overcoming fragmentation of the city fabric on the outlying areas through high quality connecting spaces. It is seen in Hamburg’s new icon, the Elbphilharmonie which (through a curved roof and glass facade, as extraordinary in its technology as it is in its aesthetics) on the preserved outside walls of an old warehouse on the pier. This is a new, exciting approach to the city and its culture, known heretofore only by connoisseurs. All these projects are focused on forming new identities. Their aim is not to go against that which is familiar, but to complement and enrich it. This architecture guide’s selection of large and small architectural projects, both contemporary and historic, invites us to learn about the amphibious, green city that is Hamburg and its path to a sustainable, twenty-first-century metropolis. We hope it also inspires readers to come in person to visit and delve into our city.

*Architectural Director, Planning and Environment Department of the City of Hamburg

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Strategies for Visiting Hamburg To tour Hamburg thoroughly, you need five to six days. The guidebook is organized in five routes, each of which takes a full day. At least two days are suggested for the City-Center because of the many buildings that can be toured inside. Route I – City Center The urban fabric in the City Center is dense and includes Hamburg’s old medieval center. The area has many historic buildings, including Michaeliskirche/01 and Hamburger Rathaus/13, as well as contemporary architecture mainly used for residential and service sector uses. Many of its brick buildings, like the historic Chilehaus/07 and Finanzbehörde/16 offices, are excellent examples of early twentieth-century Expressionist architecture, well worth a visit, as is the Hamburger Kunsthalle/18 art museum, designed by Oswald Mathias Ungers. Route II – HafenCity The port area south of the City Center had been in poor condition for many years and is now being developed with a special sustainable experimental project for converting warehouses into residential buildings with adjacent services. The area has an information center set in a former thermal power plant (Kesselhaus/24) in Hamburg. Particularly impressive is the spectacular Elbphilharmonie/26 by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. Route III – St.Pauli/Altona West of the City Center, there is an area called Norderelbe that stretches lengthwise on a branch of the River Elbe. The area is less dense, which lets it be easily visited on foot. We suggest visiting the Flakturm IV/40, a concrete bunker from 1942, and the fish market of Altona, the Fischauktionshalle/45, which has become one of the city’s most charming areas. Route IV – Center-North The Center-North has more natural features and covers a greater area than the previous routes, which means public transportation is needed to visit it. There are two noteworthy buildings here designed by architect Fritz Schumacher: Planetarium/61 from 1912-1917 and the Krematorium Ohlsdorf/62 from 1928-1932. Route V - IBA The International Building Exhibition area is a testing ground for about seventy (so far) designs made with the most innovative, eco-sustainable, autonomous energy-producing systems. There is a very complete information office (IBA Dock/63) here. Of particular note is the restoration of the Wihelmsburg (Energy Bunker/65), turned into Europe’s largest solar power plant. 20


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This work in an overlapping of the existing Kaispeicher A warehouse, a compact brick building designed by Werner Kallmorgen and built between 1,963 and 1,966 with a new, soaring glass building rising to 108 meters. Hamburg’s new Philharmonic is located at the Kaispitze, the tip of HafenCity’s peninsula. It was conceived as an icon of the new city, visible from the outside and opening to a view of the River Elbe and its canals. The building is distinguished by a marked contrast between its two structures and the unusual undulating roof. Within is a concert hall seating 2,150 in a tiered arrangement facing the central orchestra. The pre-existing building mainly holds parking lots and an interactive music museum for children. The new building has a large hall surrounded by service areas, a theater, a cafe, restaurants, 45 apartments, and a 250-room hotel, conference hall and spa. A raised square divides the solid part of the base volume from the one set on top, which is clad with 1,100 glass panels curved and individually cut to foster natural ventilation, stretching over an area equaling three soccer fields.


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The IBA Dock was built near the port of Müggenburg at the entrance to the IBA area. In February 2010, it became IBA Hamburg GmbH’s official headquarters. The rectangular building is a 50×26 m floating platform, built through the assembly of steel modules, which can be partly disassembled should the building be moved. Like all of the area’s projects, the IBA Dock contributes to developing new technological systems for sustainable building. In addition to insulating external walls, it uses Sun and water to generate the energy needed for the heat pump that heats it. The project was intelligently designed to handle floods. The base platform adopts to the natural variations in water level, raising and lowering as much as 3.5 meters.


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66. Neue Hamburger Terrassen Schlöperstieg 21107 Hamburg external view only www.neue-hamburgerterrassen.de

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The residential complex includes 33 apartments joined in four adjacent units. The design by the French firm LAN was developed in a participatory project with its future inhabitants part of a ‘Baugruppe’. It draws on Hamburg’s architectural heritage, evoking workers’ row houses in a contemporary style to create townhouses and multi-floor units. From reflection on the individual home, the car, the definition and prioritization of public and collective spaces, as well as environmental quality, the project aims at producing a new, sustainable urban model, based on a vernacular typology. The U-shaped volumes of the housing increase the intimacy of the yards and accentuate the connection with the park located to the east. Each housing block has 6-10 residences, of two kinds: “row-house” and “multi-level” units. The variations in the constructions, the programs, surfaces, and the material finishings reveal the potential of the typology that was created, and they bear witness to its wealth. The neighborhood has remained very consistent in terms of its architectural vocabulary, and yet, each residence is unique.

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Museums Africa Haus Museum of Africa Große Reichenstraße 27, 20457 Hamburg

www.afrika-haus.de info@afrika-haus.de Tel +49 (0)40 48505240 Fax +49 (0)40 48505290

Altonaer Museum Ethnological art and history Museumstraße 23, 22765 Hamburg

www.altonaermuseum.de info@altonaer-museum.hamburg.de

Bucerius Kunst Forum Temporary art exhibitions Rathausmarkt 2, 20095 Hamburg

www.buceriuskunstforum.de info@buceriuskunstforum.de Tel +49 (0)40 3609960 Fax +49 (0)40 36099636

Cap San Diego Museum ship Überseebrücke, 20459 Hamburg

www.capsandiego.de info@capsandiego.de Tel +49 (0)40 364209 Fax +49 (0)40 362528

Deichtorhallen Amburgo Contemporary art Deichtorstraße 1, 20095 Hamburg

www.deichtorhallen.de mail@deichtorhallen.de Tel +49 (0)40 321030 Fax +49 (0)40 32103230

Ernst Barlach Haus Works by Ernst Barlach and temporary exhibitions Jenischpark Baron-Voght-Straße 50a-D, 22609 Hamburg

www.ernst-barlach-haus.de info@barlach-haus.de Tel +49 (0)40 826085 Fax +49 (0)40 826415

Hamburg Museum History of the City of Hamburg Holstenwall 24, 20355 Hamburg

www.hamburg.de info@hamburgmuseum.de Tel +49 (0)40 428132100 Fax +49 (0)40 428132112

Hamburger Kunsthalle Art from the Middle Ages to today Glockengießerwall, 20095 Hamburg

www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de info@hamburger-kunsthalle.de Tel +49 (0)40 428131200 Fax +49 (0)40 428543409

Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg History and study of maritime navigation Kaispeicher B - Koreastraße 1, 20457 Hamburg

www.immhh.de info@peter-tamm-sen.de Tel +49 (0)40 30092300 Fax +49 (0)40 300923045

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Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg Museum of arts and crafts Steintorplatz, 20099 Hamburg

www.mkg-hamburg.de service@mkg-hamburg.de Tel +49 (0)40 428134880 Fax +49 (0)40 428134999

Speicherstadtmuseum History of the Speicherstadt (historical warehouse district) Am Sandtorkai 36, 20457 Hamburg

www.speicherstadtmuseum.de info@speicherstadtmuseum.de Tel +49 (0)40 321191 Fax +49 (0)40 321350

Jenisch Haus Museum of arts and culture Baron-Voght-Straße 50, 22609 Hamburg

www.jenischhaus.org info@altonaermuseum.de Tel +49 (040) 828790 Fax +49 (0)40 81979937

Theaters Allee Theater - Hamburger Kammeroper Max-Brauer-Allee 76, 22765 Hamburg

www.hamburger-kammeroper.de Tel +49 (0)40 382959 Fax +49 (0)40 3892921

Das Schiff Deichstraße 21, 20459 Hamburg

www.theaterschiff.de Tel +49 (0)40 69650580 Fax +49 (0)40 69650595

Deutsches Schauspielhaus Kirchenallee 39, 20099 Hamburg

www.schauspielhaus.de kontakt@schauspielhaus.de Tel +49 (0)40 248710

Elbphilharmonie Am Kaiserkai, 20457 Hamburg

www.elbphilharmonie.de pavillon@elbphilharmonie.de Tel +49 (0)40 35766666

Ernst Deutsch Theater Friedrich-Schütter-Platz 1, 22087 Hamburg

www.ernst-deutsch-theater.de info@ernst-deutsch-theater.de Tel +49 (0)40 22701420 Fax: +49 (0)40 22701425

Hamburgische Staatsoper Große Theaterstraße 25, 20354 Hamburg

www.hamburgische-staatsoper.de Tel +49 (0)40 356868 Fax +49 (0)40 3568610

St. Pauli Theater Spielbudenplatz 29-30, 20359 Hamburg

www.st-pauli-theater.de Tel +49 (0)40 47110666

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Index by architects Andreas Heller Architects & Designers

Philharmonic Hall Pavilion / 31 Wasserkunst Kaltehofe / 39 Forum Johanneum / 60 Wälderhaus / 68

86 102 148 166

Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners

Brooktorkai 22 / 22 Edel Music /50

68 126

Behnisch Architekten

Haus im Haus / 12 Marco Polo Tower / 36 Unilever Headquarters / 37

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Blauraum Architekten

Bogenallee Wohnen [+] / 56

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Max-Planck-Institut für Privatrecht / 53 Tor zur Welt / 74

134 178

Bolles + Wilson

Falkenried - Housing Tower and Offices / 57

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Bothe, Richter, Teherani

Deichtor Office Buiding / 05 Tanzende Türme / 41 Dockland Office Building / 46 Lofthaus am Elbberg / 48 Elbberg Campus Altona / 49 Berliner Bogen / 51

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Breimann & Bruun

Domplatz / 08

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Carl Ludwig Wimmel e Franz Gustav Joachim Forsmann

Handelskammer Hamburg / 11

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David Chipperfield Architects

Pantaenius House / 30 Empire Riverside Hotel /43

84 112

Enric Miralles & Benedetta Tagliabue - EMBT

HafenCity Public Space / 38 Youth Music School extension / 55

100 138

Erick van Egeraat

Sumatrakontor / 35

Friedrich Tamms

Flakturm IV / 40

Fritz Höger

Chilehaus / 07

36

Fritz Höger, Hans and Oskar Gerson

Sprinkenhof / 06

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Fritz Schumacher

Finanzbehörde / 16 Holthusenbad - Hamburg Municipal Baths / 59 Planetarium / 61 Krematorium Ohlsdorf / 62

(direttore dei lavori)

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George Gilbert Scott

Mahnmahl St. Nikolai / 09

gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects

Deutsch-Japanisches Zentrum / 14 Speicherblock X / 20 Kibbelsteg Brücke / 23 Kesselhaus / 24 Elbkaihaus / 47

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Han Slawik Architectural Bureau

IBA Dock / 63

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Hans Kollhoff, Helga Timmermann

Commercial and Office Building on Lilienstraße / 17

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Energy Bunker / 65

Henning Larsen Architects

Spiegel Group Offices / 19

Herzog & de Meuron

Elbphilharmonie / 26

IfuH, Architekturagentur

Woodcube - Smart Material Houses / 71

Ingenhoven Architekten

Oval am Kaiserkai / 29

Jürgen Mayer H. und Partner, Architekten

Steckelhörn 11 / 04 ADA 1 / 52

30 132

KBNK Architekten GmbH

JohannisContor / 10 HofQuartier / 32

42 88

Kennedy & Violich Architecture

Soft House - Smart Material Houses / 70

170

LAN Architecture

Neue Hamburger Terrassen / 66

162

LOVE architecture & urbanism ZT GmbH

Baufeld 10 / 28

80

Martin Haller

Hamburger Rathaus / 13

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas

Alsterfleet Housing and Offices Building / 03 Hanse Forum / 15

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MPP Meding Plan + Projekt

Bucerius Law School Lecture Hall and Hengeler Mueller Library / 54

136

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igs Center - Hybrid Houses / 72

174

Nickl & Partner Architekten AG

Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf / 58

144

Oswald Mathias Ungers

Hamburger Kunsthalle / 18

Philipp Holzmann, Otto Wohlecke, Ludwig Raabe

Alter Elbtunnel / 42

Richard Meier & Partners Architects LLP

Coffee Plaza / 33

Sauerbruch Hutton

Ministry for Urban Development and the Environment / 73

176

Schenk + Waiblinger Architekten

Water Houses / 67

164

SML Architekten Benedikt Schmitz + Maike Lück

Am Kaiserkai 45 / 27

78

Spengler · Wiescholek Architects City Planner

H20 / 25 Katharinenschule / 34

74 92

Splitterwerk, Arup, B+G Ingenieure, Immosolar

BIQ - Smart Material Houses / 69

Störmer Murphy and Partners

Bürogebäude / 21

Studio NL-D

Haus der Projekte - die Mügge / 64

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Winking · Froh Architekten

Davidwache Extension / 44

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ON THE ROAD Editor of collection Laura Andreini editorial project Forma Edizioni srl, Firenze, Italy redazione@formaedizioni.it www.formaedizioni.it editorial production Archea Associati scientific director Laura Andreini author Laura Andreini editorial staff Valentina Muscedra Maria Giulia Caliri Sara Benzi graphic design Silvia Agozzino Elisa Balducci Sara Castelluccio Vitoria Muzi Mauro Sampaolesi texts by Laura Andreini Sara Benzi Roberto Bosi Matteo Moscatelli JÜrn Walter translations Miriam Hurley photolithography and Forma Edizioni printing Gutenberg Press Limited, Gudja Road, Tarxien, Malta PLA 19 Š 2014 Forma Edizioni srl, Firenze All rights reserved, no part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior permission in writing of the publisher. First edition: May 2014 ISBN 978-88-96780-57-2


Table of Contents Guide as a Tool Introduction

4 5

Political and geographic overview General information Useful tips

6 7 8

From Hammaburg to Hamburg: the History of a City Built on Canals

10

Sustainable Experiments in Redeveloping the Port City

12

Architectural Culture in Hamburg

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Satellite Views

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Strategies for Visiting Hamburg Routes City-Center HafenCity St. Pauli/Altona Center-North IBA

20 21 22 60 104 128 154

Museums Theaters Restaurants Hotels Architectural studios

180 181 182 183 184

Index by architects Index by projects

186 188

Transportation

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Political / geographical facts

country Germany

population 1,789,529

language german

density 2,369.41 inhabitants / sq.km

area code 0049 (0)40

time zone UTC+1

coordinates 53째 33' 02'' N 9째 59' 36'' E

city website www.hamburg.de

area 755.264 sq. km

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1. Hamburg-Mitte 2. Altona 3. Eimsb체ttel 4. Hamburg-Nord 5. Wandsbek 6. Bergedorf 7. Harburg


General information useful addresses and numbers INFORMATION OFFICES

Bicycle rentals

Hamburg Information Hamburg Central Station (U/S-Bahn Hauptahnhof) Kirchenallee Main Entrance +49 (0)40 30051300 Mon - Sat / 9 am - 9 pm Sun and public holidays / 10 am - 6 pm December 24 / 10 am - 4 pm Jan 1 / 11 am - 6 pm

StadtRAD Automatic rental system at public bike stations in different points throughout the city, which have an electronic device that lets you use a credit card to register for the rental system. stadtrad.hamburg.de

HafenCity InfoCenter im Kesselhaus Am Sandtorkai 30, 20457 Hamburg Speicherstadt +49 (0)40 36901799 Tue - Sun / 10 am - 6 pm Mon / closed May - September / 10 am - 8 pm IBA DOCK Am Zollhafen 12, 20539 Hamburg +49 (0)40 226227228 every day / 10 am - 6 pm EMERGENCY SERVICES Ambulance and Fire Department 112 Police 110 Emergency medical service 22 80 22 24-hour Pharmacy 22 8 33 URBAN TRANSPORTATION* Bus bus tickets from the driver www.hvv.de U-Bahn (underground network - 4 lines) tickets: from orange vending machines at the station entrances www.hvv.de S-Bahn (urban rail network - 6 lines) tickets: from orange vending machines at the station entrances www.hvv.de

Hamburg City Cycles St. Pauli - Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 89, 20359 Hamburg T. +49 (0)40 74214420 Mon - Sun (and holidays) / 10 am - 6 pm www.hhcitycycles.de Fahrradstation Dammtorbahnhof l Rotherbaum Schlüterstraße 11, 20146 Hamburg +49 (0)40 41468277 Mon - Fri / 10 am - 6.30 pm Consulate General of Italy area jurisdiction Consulate General of Hannover Mon / 3 pm - 5 pm Tue, Thu, Fri / 9 am - 12 pm Wed / 9 am - 12 am / 3 pm - 5 pm Main phone line +49 511283790 BRITISH CONSULATE GENERAL Neuer Jungfernstieg 20 / Fehland Str 6 20354 Hamburg +49 (0)40 44803236 by appointment only HOW TO DIAL From a local landline: dial just the number From a foreign landline: dial international prefix (+49), Hamburg’s area code (40) and the number. From a foreign mobile phone: dial international prefix (+49), a zero (0), Hamburg’s area code (40) and the number.

Hafenfähren im HVV (river network - 6 lines) www.hadag.de Taxi 441011 +49 (0)40 666666 Großraumtaxi (up to 8 people) 80007000

*We recommend the Hamburg Card, which entitles you to unlimited travel on all public transportation systems in Hamburg, free entrance or discounts at many museums, theaters and tourist attractions. www.hvv.de/en/tickets/day-tickets/hamburg-card

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Architectural Culture in Hamburg Jörn Walter* Hamburg’s urban redevelopment over the last twenty years has been highly dynamic and entailed a fresh model that reconsidered development potentials within the existing city and its orientation towards the Elbe River. The rediscovery of the city on the water and its amphibious nature, through projects such as ‘string of pearls’ (Perlenkette), ‘Hafencampus Harburg’, ‘HafenCity’ and ‘Leap across the Elbe’ (Sprung über die Elbe), were major drivers for pushing urban and architectural planning towards new achievements. They were not only aesthetic considerations, as they also entailed ecological, social, and economic renewal. It has been said that Hamburg is reinventing itself. Perhaps, but the examples written about here show how Hamburg has stayed truer to its nature than it might seem at first glance. Despite the renewal needed, the city’s traditional broad outlines are still a major frame of reference. Ideas for the future are found by keeping well in mind its origins. When we look for Hamburg’s architectural features, we immediately come to brick and white plaster, which have always marked the city’s external image and continue to do so, though joined by other materials, primarily wood and sandstone, followed by cement, glass, and finally metal and plastic surfaces. If we study more in depth, we see that its distinctive traits are in shunning an overly exuberant representation of itself, favoring instead tasteful subtlety and reserved elegance. This is surely linked to Hamburg being one of the oldest republican cities in which a single ruler has never been able to determine historical events. Another major factor is that Hamburg’s present-day image goes back to the influences of twentieth-century classicism and influences of the 1920s and post-war Modernism, in many ways, both in terms of quantity and quality. Ultimately, it must have been the spirit of the Enlightenment that suited the city’s spirit and made its deep mark on its architecture, the pursuit of order in accord with reason, nature, democratic and liberal, humane, and harmonious. In this Enlightenment spirit, Hamburg’s architecture has pursued a Modernist project; however, this is no longer the revolutionary, utopiansocial architecture of the 1920s, nor the complacent, acritical Modernism of the post-war era. It seeks to be rooted neither in the past nor in newness. This Modernism is self-critical, sometimes doubting, sometimes fresh, and sometimes just different. It seeks to recalibrate the best aesthetics of the twentieth century on the basis of changing economic, ecological, and social demands. This architecture is rooted to the ground with low-environmental impact and high social utility. This approach to urban architecture is less monotonous, considerably more diverse and more emotive, and there is, of course, a re-exploration of materials and forms too.

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This emerges from HafenCity’s buildings, which seek a relationship with the scale of Hamburg’s city center. With a high degree of mixed functions there is also an intentional diversity of images, variety, and urban vitality instead of the monotonous quality of large twentieth-century expansions. It is seen in the architecture for the Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA - International Building Exhibition) on Elbe’s islands. To an extraordinary degree, they have committed themselves to ecological and social renewal at affordable prices, as well as overcoming fragmentation of the city fabric on the outlying areas through high quality connecting spaces. It is seen in Hamburg’s new icon, the Elbphilharmonie which (through a curved roof and glass facade, as extraordinary in its technology as it is in its aesthetics) on the preserved outside walls of an old warehouse on the pier. This is a new, exciting approach to the city and its culture, known heretofore only by connoisseurs. All these projects are focused on forming new identities. Their aim is not to go against that which is familiar, but to complement and enrich it. This architecture guide’s selection of large and small architectural projects, both contemporary and historic, invites us to learn about the amphibious, green city that is Hamburg and its path to a sustainable, twenty-first-century metropolis. We hope it also inspires readers to come in person to visit and delve into our city.

*Architectural Director, Planning and Environment Department of the City of Hamburg

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Hamburger Kunsthalle

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Deutsch-Japanisches Zentrum

Michaeliskirche

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Berliner Bogen

Deichtor Office Building

Spiegel Group Offices

Hamburger Rathaus Mahnmahl St. Nikolai Handelskammer Hamburg

HafenCity Public Space

Alsterfleet Housing Building

Kesselhaus Kibbelsteg BrĂźcke

H2O Elbphilharmonie

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Alsterfleet Office Building


Strategies for Visiting Hamburg To tour Hamburg thoroughly, you need five to six days. The guidebook is organized in five routes, each of which takes a full day. At least two days are suggested for the City-Center because of the many buildings that can be toured inside. Route I – City Center The urban fabric in the City Center is dense and includes Hamburg’s old medieval center. The area has many historic buildings, including Michaeliskirche/01 and Hamburger Rathaus/13, as well as contemporary architecture mainly used for residential and service sector uses. Many of its brick buildings, like the historic Chilehaus/07 and Finanzbehörde/16 offices, are excellent examples of early twentieth-century Expressionist architecture, well worth a visit, as is the Hamburger Kunsthalle/18 art museum, designed by Oswald Mathias Ungers. Route II – HafenCity The port area south of the City Center had been in poor condition for many years and is now being developed with a special sustainable experimental project for converting warehouses into residential buildings with adjacent services. The area has an information center set in a former thermal power plant (Kesselhaus/24) in Hamburg. Particularly impressive is the spectacular Elbphilharmonie/26 by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. Route III – St.Pauli/Altona West of the City Center, there is an area called Norderelbe that stretches lengthwise on a branch of the River Elbe. The area is less dense, which lets it be easily visited on foot. We suggest visiting the Flakturm IV/40, a concrete bunker from 1942, and the fish market of Altona, the Fischauktionshalle/45, which has become one of the city’s most charming areas. Route IV – Center-North The Center-North has more natural features and covers a greater area than the previous routes, which means public transportation is needed to visit it. There are two noteworthy buildings here designed by architect Fritz Schumacher: Planetarium/61 from 1912-1917 and the Krematorium Ohlsdorf/62 from 1928-1932. Route V - IBA The International Building Exhibition area is a testing ground for about seventy (so far) designs made with the most innovative, eco-sustainable, autonomous energy-producing systems. There is a very complete information office (IBA Dock/63) here. Of particular note is the restoration of the Wihelmsburg (Energy Bunker/65), turned into Europe’s largest solar power plant. 20


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This work in an overlapping of the existing Kaispeicher A warehouse, a compact brick building designed by Werner Kallmorgen and built between 1,963 and 1,966 with a new, soaring glass building rising to 108 meters. Hamburg’s new Philharmonic is located at the Kaispitze, the tip of HafenCity’s peninsula. It was conceived as an icon of the new city, visible from the outside and opening to a view of the River Elbe and its canals. The building is distinguished by a marked contrast between its two structures and the unusual undulating roof. Within is a concert hall seating 2,150 in a tiered arrangement facing the central orchestra. The pre-existing building mainly holds parking lots and an interactive music museum for children. The new building has a large hall surrounded by service areas, a theater, a cafe, restaurants, 45 apartments, and a 250-room hotel, conference hall and spa. A raised square divides the solid part of the base volume from the one set on top, which is clad with 1,100 glass panels curved and individually cut to foster natural ventilation, stretching over an area equaling three soccer fields.


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HafenCity

architects Herzog & de Meuron

type theater

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63. IBA Dock Am Zollhafen 12 20539 Hamburg November - March Mon - Fri / 10 am - 6 pm April - October Mon - Sun / 10 am - 6 pm www.iba-hamburg.de

S3/S31 Hamburg-Veddel

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The IBA Dock was built near the port of Müggenburg at the entrance to the IBA area. In February 2010, it became IBA Hamburg GmbH’s official headquarters. The rectangular building is a 50×26 m floating platform, built through the assembly of steel modules, which can be partly disassembled should the building be moved. Like all of the area’s projects, the IBA Dock contributes to developing new technological systems for sustainable building. In addition to insulating external walls, it uses Sun and water to generate the energy needed for the heat pump that heats it. The project was intelligently designed to handle floods. The base platform adopts to the natural variations in water level, raising and lowering as much as 3.5 meters.


Š IBA Hamburg - Johannes Arlt

IBA

architects Han Slawik Architectural Bureau

type info center, cafe

construction 2009-2010

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66. Neue Hamburger Terrassen Schlöperstieg 21107 Hamburg external view only www.neue-hamburgerterrassen.de

S3/S31 Wilhelmsburg

The residential complex includes 33 apartments joined in four adjacent units. The design by the French firm LAN was developed in a participatory project with its future inhabitants part of a ‘Baugruppe’. It draws on Hamburg’s architectural heritage, evoking workers’ row houses in a contemporary style to create townhouses and multi-floor units. From reflection on the individual home, the car, the definition and prioritization of public and collective spaces, as well as environmental quality, the project aims at producing a new, sustainable urban model, based on a vernacular typology. The U-shaped volumes of the housing increase the intimacy of the yards and accentuate the connection with the park located to the east. Each housing block has 6-10 residences, of two kinds: “row-house” and “multi-level” units. The variations in the constructions, the programs, surfaces, and the material finishings reveal the potential of the typology that was created, and they bear witness to its wealth. The neighborhood has remained very consistent in terms of its architectural vocabulary, and yet, each residence is unique.

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Š Julien Lanoo

IBA

architects LAN architecture, Konerding Architekten (construction phase)

type residential

construction 2011-2013

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Museums Africa Haus Museum of Africa Große Reichenstraße 27, 20457 Hamburg

www.afrika-haus.de info@afrika-haus.de Tel +49 (0)40 48505240 Fax +49 (0)40 48505290

Altonaer Museum Ethnological art and history Museumstraße 23, 22765 Hamburg

www.altonaermuseum.de info@altonaer-museum.hamburg.de

Bucerius Kunst Forum Temporary art exhibitions Rathausmarkt 2, 20095 Hamburg

www.buceriuskunstforum.de info@buceriuskunstforum.de Tel +49 (0)40 3609960 Fax +49 (0)40 36099636

Cap San Diego Museum ship Überseebrücke, 20459 Hamburg

www.capsandiego.de info@capsandiego.de Tel +49 (0)40 364209 Fax +49 (0)40 362528

Deichtorhallen Amburgo Contemporary art Deichtorstraße 1, 20095 Hamburg

www.deichtorhallen.de mail@deichtorhallen.de Tel +49 (0)40 321030 Fax +49 (0)40 32103230

Ernst Barlach Haus Works by Ernst Barlach and temporary exhibitions Jenischpark Baron-Voght-Straße 50a-D, 22609 Hamburg

www.ernst-barlach-haus.de info@barlach-haus.de Tel +49 (0)40 826085 Fax +49 (0)40 826415

Hamburg Museum History of the City of Hamburg Holstenwall 24, 20355 Hamburg

www.hamburg.de info@hamburgmuseum.de Tel +49 (0)40 428132100 Fax +49 (0)40 428132112

Hamburger Kunsthalle Art from the Middle Ages to today Glockengießerwall, 20095 Hamburg

www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de info@hamburger-kunsthalle.de Tel +49 (0)40 428131200 Fax +49 (0)40 428543409

Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg History and study of maritime navigation Kaispeicher B - Koreastraße 1, 20457 Hamburg

www.immhh.de info@peter-tamm-sen.de Tel +49 (0)40 30092300 Fax +49 (0)40 300923045

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Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg Museum of arts and crafts Steintorplatz, 20099 Hamburg

www.mkg-hamburg.de service@mkg-hamburg.de Tel +49 (0)40 428134880 Fax +49 (0)40 428134999

Speicherstadtmuseum History of the Speicherstadt (historical warehouse district) Am Sandtorkai 36, 20457 Hamburg

www.speicherstadtmuseum.de info@speicherstadtmuseum.de Tel +49 (0)40 321191 Fax +49 (0)40 321350

Jenisch Haus Museum of arts and culture Baron-Voght-Straße 50, 22609 Hamburg

www.jenischhaus.org info@altonaermuseum.de Tel +49 (040) 828790 Fax +49 (0)40 81979937

Theaters Allee Theater - Hamburger Kammeroper Max-Brauer-Allee 76, 22765 Hamburg

www.hamburger-kammeroper.de Tel +49 (0)40 382959 Fax +49 (0)40 3892921

Das Schiff Deichstraße 21, 20459 Hamburg

www.theaterschiff.de Tel +49 (0)40 69650580 Fax +49 (0)40 69650595

Deutsches Schauspielhaus Kirchenallee 39, 20099 Hamburg

www.schauspielhaus.de kontakt@schauspielhaus.de Tel +49 (0)40 248710

Elbphilharmonie Am Kaiserkai, 20457 Hamburg

www.elbphilharmonie.de pavillon@elbphilharmonie.de Tel +49 (0)40 35766666

Ernst Deutsch Theater Friedrich-Schütter-Platz 1, 22087 Hamburg

www.ernst-deutsch-theater.de info@ernst-deutsch-theater.de Tel +49 (0)40 22701420 Fax: +49 (0)40 22701425

Hamburgische Staatsoper Große Theaterstraße 25, 20354 Hamburg

www.hamburgische-staatsoper.de Tel +49 (0)40 356868 Fax +49 (0)40 3568610

St. Pauli Theater Spielbudenplatz 29-30, 20359 Hamburg

www.st-pauli-theater.de Tel +49 (0)40 47110666

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Index by architects Andreas Heller Architects & Designers

Philharmonic Hall Pavilion / 31 Wasserkunst Kaltehofe / 39 Forum Johanneum / 60 Wälderhaus / 68

86 102 148 166

Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners

Brooktorkai 22 / 22 Edel Music /50

68 126

Behnisch Architekten

Haus im Haus / 12 Marco Polo Tower / 36 Unilever Headquarters / 37

46 96 98

Blauraum Architekten

Bogenallee Wohnen [+] / 56

140

bof architekten

Max-Planck-Institut für Privatrecht / 53 Tor zur Welt / 74

134 178

Bolles + Wilson

Falkenried - Housing Tower and Offices / 57

142

Bothe, Richter, Teherani

Deichtor Office Buiding / 05 Tanzende Türme / 41 Dockland Office Building / 46 Lofthaus am Elbberg / 48 Elbberg Campus Altona / 49 Berliner Bogen / 51

32 108 118 122 124 130

Breimann & Bruun

Domplatz / 08

38

Carl Ludwig Wimmel e Franz Gustav Joachim Forsmann

Handelskammer Hamburg / 11

44

David Chipperfield Architects

Pantaenius House / 30 Empire Riverside Hotel /43

84 112

Enric Miralles & Benedetta Tagliabue - EMBT

HafenCity Public Space / 38 Youth Music School extension / 55

100 138

Erick van Egeraat

Sumatrakontor / 35

Friedrich Tamms

Flakturm IV / 40

Fritz Höger

Chilehaus / 07

36

Fritz Höger, Hans and Oskar Gerson

Sprinkenhof / 06

34

Fritz Schumacher

Finanzbehörde / 16 Holthusenbad - Hamburg Municipal Baths / 59 Planetarium / 61 Krematorium Ohlsdorf / 62

(direttore dei lavori)

94 106

54 146 150 152

George Gilbert Scott

Mahnmahl St. Nikolai / 09

gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects

Deutsch-Japanisches Zentrum / 14 Speicherblock X / 20 Kibbelsteg Brücke / 23 Kesselhaus / 24 Elbkaihaus / 47

50 64 70 72 120

Han Slawik Architectural Bureau

IBA Dock / 63

156

Hans Kollhoff, Helga Timmermann

Commercial and Office Building on Lilienstraße / 17

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Hegger Hegger Schleiff HHS Planer, Architekten AG

Energy Bunker / 65

Henning Larsen Architects

Spiegel Group Offices / 19

Herzog & de Meuron

Elbphilharmonie / 26

IfuH, Architekturagentur

Woodcube - Smart Material Houses / 71

Ingenhoven Architekten

Oval am Kaiserkai / 29

Jürgen Mayer H. und Partner, Architekten

Steckelhörn 11 / 04 ADA 1 / 52

30 132

KBNK Architekten GmbH

JohannisContor / 10 HofQuartier / 32

42 88

Kennedy & Violich Architecture

Soft House - Smart Material Houses / 70

170

LAN Architecture

Neue Hamburger Terrassen / 66

162

LOVE architecture & urbanism ZT GmbH

Baufeld 10 / 28

80

Martin Haller

Hamburger Rathaus / 13

48

Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas

Alsterfleet Housing and Offices Building / 03 Hanse Forum / 15

28 52

MPP Meding Plan + Projekt

Bucerius Law School Lecture Hall and Hengeler Mueller Library / 54

136

Nägeliarchitekten

igs Center - Hybrid Houses / 72

174

Nickl & Partner Architekten AG

Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf / 58

144

Oswald Mathias Ungers

Hamburger Kunsthalle / 18

Philipp Holzmann, Otto Wohlecke, Ludwig Raabe

Alter Elbtunnel / 42

Richard Meier & Partners Architects LLP

Coffee Plaza / 33

Sauerbruch Hutton

Ministry for Urban Development and the Environment / 73

176

Schenk + Waiblinger Architekten

Water Houses / 67

164

SML Architekten Benedikt Schmitz + Maike Lück

Am Kaiserkai 45 / 27

78

Spengler · Wiescholek Architects City Planner

H20 / 25 Katharinenschule / 34

74 92

Splitterwerk, Arup, B+G Ingenieure, Immosolar

BIQ - Smart Material Houses / 69

Störmer Murphy and Partners

Bürogebäude / 21

Studio NL-D

Haus der Projekte - die Mügge / 64

158

Winking · Froh Architekten

Davidwache Extension / 44

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Richtung Bremerhaven

Großbereich Hamburg

Nicht alle Regionalverkehrszüge halten an jedem Bahnhof Not all regional trains stop at all stations

Nur zeitweilig / limited services

Fernbahnhof Main-Line Station

Elbgaustraße

Krupunder

Halstenbek

Thesdorf

Neukloster

Horneburg

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Feldstraße

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Langenfelde Diebsteich

Eidelstedt Stellingen

Emilienstraße

Osterstraße

Lutterothstraße

Hagenbecks Tierpark

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Hasselbrook

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Mittlerer Landweg

Billwerder-Moorfleet

Tiefstack

Gartenholz Ahrensburg

Straßburger Straße

Rothenburgsort

Landwehr

Richtung Neumünster

Rickling Wahlstedt Fahrenkrug Bad Segeberg Altengörs Wakendorf Fresenburg

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Wandsbeker Chaussee Ritterstraße Wartenau

Barmbek Friedrichsberg

Hammerbrook (City Süd)

Lübecker Straße Lohmühlenstraße

Trabrennbahn

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Volksdorf

Buckhorn

Hoisbüttel

Habichtstraße

Mundsburg

Hamburger Straße

Dehnhaide

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Alte Wöhr

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Richtung Soltau

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Stephansplatz

Hallerstraße

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Hudtwalckerstraße

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Alsterdorf

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Sengelmannstraße

Lattenkamp

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