From 20 to 22 October, the Nickl teams from Munich, Berlin and Zurich went on an excursion to Hamburg.
One of the places we visited on Thursday was the St. Pauli bunker. The listed building from the Second World War is today both a memorial and a meeting place for creative people and night owls. Since 2019, the bunker has been expanded to include hotel and restaurant areas.
The university heart centre planned by Nickl & Partner Architekten is currently being built there as an important future component of the UKE, which was already realised in 2009 under our planning. The new innovative building will do justice to the pioneering role of the UHZ throughout Europe in the field of diagnostics and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.
The highlight of the evening was our Talk & Drink in the AIT Architektur Salon on the occasion of the release of the new publication ARCHITECTURE FOR SCIENCE by Hans and Christine Nickl. In addition to the address by Prof. Hans Nickl, there were exciting contributions by Dr. Hans Behringer, Martin Görge and Stefan Rappold, partner at Behnisch Architekten.
The next day began with a tour of the DESY research campus in Bahrenfeld. Here, we visited, among other places, the HARBOR, one of our own projects.
The subsequent tour of Hamburg’s HafenCity and the visit to the Elbphilharmonie were further exciting items on our agenda before the excursion came to a successful conclusion with a joint dinner on the museum sailing ship Rickmer Rickmers.
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