Gerber Architekten is a German architecture office with national and international projects in the fields of architecture, interior design, urban design and landscape design. With more than 50 years of experience, we offer a wealth of expertise, competence and excellence. Setting standards and optimizing tradition through innovation and sustainability, our team is committed to the creation of architecture that is legible, functional and sensitive to the community it serves. We look at the community's culture for inspiration ‒ seeking architecture that forms a meaningful connection to its place. Our approach is to develop the site with an integrated solution that meets the client’s requirements for design, local needs, engineering and economical return. Gerber Architekten stands for highquality architecture with a strong focus placed on sustainability. Traditional construction methods are combined with intelligent technology ‒ energy issues are one part in the complex chain of architectural design.
Our experienced multi-disciplinary team of 160 architects and engineers provides a comprehensive range of performance an inventiveness. Our understanding of local markets and regulatory environments enables us to deliver appropriate solutions for all client objectives and for all types of buildings. The central idea of our work is, within the multiplicity of possibilities, to restrict ourselves to those few well suited elements using them with beautiful proportions and meld them together in an aesthetically pleasing solution.
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The new building complex comprises two offset office towers of different heights and connecting building blocks, also of different heights, enclosing a green inner courtyard which provides access to all parts of the building. The entire building is raised up, allowing visitors to "flow through" into an atrium, thereby creating a public urban space.The ground floor zone in the complex provides commercial units and plenty of open space to be used for relaxation or for simply traversing the area.
The housing estate on Bremer Straße in Hamburg-Harburg is to be supplemented by a characteristic ensemble of modern residential buildings to upgrade the entrance area to Harburg's inner city. The design envisages the addition of three new building blocks with a uniform design language and materiality, which fit perfectly and harmoniously into the partly listed building ensemble from the 1920s.
The new building for the department of Earth- and Environmental Sciences LMU Munich is a v-shaped sculptural structure which connects to the existing buildings in the northern part of the property as well as to the institute building in the south. The interior of the V-shape is designed as a glass hall, which at the same time emphasizes the entrance situation and offers a ‘showcase’ into the new building of geological and environmental science.
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