New mobility hub on Hamburg's Elbe islands © Hochbahn / JSWD

New mobility hub on Hamburg's Elbe islands

JSWD wins the competitionAll-rounder on the Elbe islands: We are pleased about the acceptance of our solution for this future-oriented task. The flowing and organic architecture of our compact ensemble of bus depot and commercial building fits naturally into the urban context. By staggering the floors between the two units, terraces with green open spaces and a view of the harbor are created. At the same time, an inviting gesture is created in the direction of the S-Bahn platform. The Hamburger Hochbahn, as the awarding authority, has given the ensemble the title "Zusammenhub" in keeping with its integrative function.

Efficient: Thanks to the first multi-story bus parking facility in Germany, the otherwise usual space consumption is halved. In general, sustainability is the order of the day at the new mobility hub: Recycled concrete and aluminum are used according to the "cradle to cradle" principle. Heat pumps are at the heart of the heating and cooling system. Waste heat from the charging technology is also used. Photovoltaic systems on the roofs provide green electricity. Material consumption and transport movements are minimized by the fact that most of the construction is prefabricated or semi-prefabricated.

Participating specialist planners:
Open space: GROW / TGA: RMN / Structural: Construct ING / Traffic planning: BSV / Fire protection : bft cognos

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