|Building Type:||Shopping centre|
For over 100 years, the Alsterhaus has been a premium shopping centre at the Jungfernstieg of Hamburg. Through and investment of € 80 million, the proprietor KaDeWe Group has prepared the building´s future as Hamburg´s leading shopping location. This development immediately occurs to guests after stepping into the new entrée, the Accessoires Hall. It is situated in the area of the former atrium, which was completely redeveloped for this purpose. The former gallery on the first floor has been dismantled and architecturally melted with the ground floor. The area measures about 3,000 sqm and shows a luxurious, yet decent appearance. Ten shops with a focus on clothing and accessoiries have been set up in the Accessoires Hall.
Lindner AG was responsible for large work packages in the course of the Accessoires Hall´s modernisation. It began with deconstruction works, which carefully reduced the former fit-out to create a basis for the redevelopment. What followed was the fit-out according to the new design concept, featuring materials that satisfy the bespoke nature of this area.
|Architect:||Kleihues+Kleihues Ges. von Architekten|
|Client:||THE KADEWE GROUP|
|Painter, paperhanging and varnishing works|
|Rendering and plastering works|
|Natural and artificial stone works|
|Door and gate systems|
|Clearance of harmful substances|
|Plasterboard ceiling systems|
|Plasterboard partition systems|
|Plasterboard wall lining systems|
|Metal stud plasterboard partition systems|