Hamburg / Tag

Le Big TamTam: Transforming Hamburg’s Food Court Experience

Vibrant modern atrium with geometric staircase, hanging plants, and colorful furnishings.

As an experience-orientated food court, Le Big TamTam in Hamburg, Germany, is a pioneering project by Studio Aisslinger, showcasing the evolution of metropolitan food markets. Designed in 2024, this vibrant space combines curated culinary offerings from local restaurateurs with captivating, story-driven design elements that transport visitors into an immersive, analog world. From the intimate copper capsule bar to the central indoor farming tower, every detail of Le Big TamTam is crafted to inspire and delight, blending the best of Hamburg’s culinary spectrum under the grand dome of the Hanseviertel.

An Art Cube for an Apartment: A Homage to Artistry in Hamburg

An Art Cube for an Apartment: A Homage to Artistry in Hamburg

Explore An Art Cube for an Apartment, a breathtaking fusion of contemporary design and personal passion, perfectly orchestrated by renowned designer Buero Bechtloff. Nestled in the vibrant district of Winterhude, Hamburg, this 240 square-meter (2,583 square-foot) apartment fuses two residences into one unique haven for an art aficionado.

In a tribute to open-plan American residential skyscrapers, spaces seamlessly flow into one another, centered around a commanding blue cube, a gallery-cum-functional art piece. Further boasting an artistic kitchen design and a serene master suite, this apartment is a testament to Bechtloff’s creative prowess, mirroring the cultural richness of Hamburg itself.

Penthouse by Emma Brunckhorst

Penthouse by Emma Brunckhorst

Introducing the spectacular Penthouse H64, a stunning transformation of a 1980s attic into a luxurious living space in the heart of Hamburg, Germany. Designed by Emma Brunckhorst in collaboration with HS Architekten, this penthouse masterpiece boasts a vibrant design style that seamlessly integrates bold colors, eclectic details, and contemporary features.

With its expansive rooms, high ceilings, and abundant natural light, Penthouse H64 is a shining example of modern German architecture and interior design.