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glass, balcony, wood construction, HafenCity Hamburg, Lumon

Wood and Glass in HafenCity Hamburg

Roots, at 18 storeys, is set to be the tallest wooden high-rise in Germany, and is currently being built in Hamburg’s HafenCity. ­It will house 181 apartments and also include around 1700 m2 ­of office space and 2000 m2 of exhibition space. The building, scheduled for completion in 2023, will feature frameless balcony glazing and glass railings from Lumon. These harmonise visually with the wood, a natural building material, and ensure ­a long service life for the balcony constructions, which are partly exposed to extreme weather ­conditions. According to the manufacturer, the service life ­of ­a glazed balcony is 60 to 130 years, depending on the amount of maintenance.

For more information, see:
www.lumon.com

glass, balcony, wood construction, HafenCity Hamburg, Lumon

Photo: Lumon

This article is taken out of the following magazine:
DETAIL 6/2021
6/2021

Cradle to Cradle – CO2 Neutral – Plus Energy – Low Tech – Recycling

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