The SOS Kinderdorf project in Hamburg Dulsberg celebrates tthe opping out ceremony on 9th of September.
The TV spot from SAT 1 regional can be seen here.
The article in the MOPO Newspaper can be read here.
The institute of Prof. Roth at the TU-Braunschweig is renamed from "Institut für Industriebau und konstruktives Entwerfen" into "Institut für konstruktives Entwerfen, Industrie- und Gesundheitsbau".
The roofing ceremony for the first SOS-KINDERDORF in Hamburg takes place on Wednesday 09th of Septmeber 2020 in Hamburg Dulsberg.
Prof. Roth with Do-It-Yourself mask in front of his office in Hamburg. Even the University of Braunschweig advertises with it. Link
Back Foundation stone for the first SOS-Kinderdorf in a city Today, the foundation stone for the first SOS-Kinderdorf in the city was laid in Hamburg Dulsberg.
From 2021 on, Kinderdorf families will find a new home on Straßburger Straße and new life will be brought to the district in a part of the administration with a café and a public meeting room.Read More
The Hamburg band REVOLVERHELD takes over the patronage for the building and Rolf Zuckowski sang with and for the children.
“When I design facades plastically, then I interlock thus making the gap much stronger with the buildings and their inner life. On the other hand, the open space often ends abruptly and finally on a smoothly cut façade. But for me, there is not really an indoor or outdoor space, but there is only one big space continuum that runs through the whole world and is filled with light.”Read More
In his lecture, Prof. Carsten Roth will explain his architectural credo based on projects developed throughout Europe with unique façade solutions.
ARCHITECT @ WORK HAMBURG
Date: Wed 4th & Thu 5th September 2109
Opening hours: 11:00 – 18:00
Theme Special Exhibition: Facade
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBRE 5th.
12:00 Prof. Carsten Roth
Back 1st PRIZE! COMPETITION DOMSTRASSE HAMBURG The owner AUG. PRIEN Immobilien, Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung GmbH from Hamburg, has commissioned our office with the redesign of the building ensemble at the HamburgDomstrasse, in an architectural competition we prevailed against 5 national offices.Read More
The ensemble, vis-a-vis the cathedral square, the place where the Hammaburg once stood, is being developed into a new, self-contained urban element.
With about 10,000 sqm of office space (about 19,000 sqm GFA), about 60 apartments including subsidized housing, as well as about 1,250 sqm of commercial space and restaurants, a part of the city’s history is embellished and contributes to the ensemble also to the revitalization of the city center.
SOS-Kinderdorf and Family Center
We are building a dock for docking – in the new "Port for families" from 2021 on Kinderdorffamilies will find a new home. In addition a large family center for the district will be included. Unfortunately, the number of places for children and teenagers who can not grow up with their parents are limited in Hamburg. SOS-Kinderdorf helps and builds for a total of three Kinderdorffamilys a new home.
An SOS-Kinderdorf in the middle of the city?
When children can not grow up in their families, the search for the best possible Alternative for the child has to be found. Six children each become part in the SOS-Kinderdorf Family with a Villagemother or father to live as one family. Thus, the children get the chance to keep their previous environment – whether school or Circle of friends.
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Dearest friends of architecture and design excellence,
our office will, as every year, come to rest between the years. This year, we will not be in the office from Dec. 24th to January 2nd 2019
We will be back in the new year full of strength and energy!
We wish you and your family a happy and relaxed Christmas and a happy, healthy and successful New Year 2019!
The whole team of CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT
The facade construction offers good visibility for all apartments and ensures optimal noise protection. A bar with five floors completes the space inside the U-shaped building to the south. In this way, adequate privacy is created in the open quarters, especially through the green roof landscapes with partly private roof terraces, loggias and balconies.Read More
The construction of the building with around 310 apartments on a gross floor area of approximately 31,500 square meters started in the spring of 2018.
Today, the oversized excavation pit for the entire district, cut by the subway station “Überseequartier” that is already used. Now initially around 300,000 cubic meters of soil are being moved.
With a total area of 209,500 m², Überseequartier is the largest inner-city project in Europe. There will be around 90,000 m² of retail and leisure space, 50,000 m² of offices and 30,000 m² for 3 hotels.
The topping-out ceremony for the villa of a hamburger couple was celebrated in the most beautiful weather with a view of the Elbe. In the immediate vicinity of the former Villa Jako (once fashion czar Karl Lagerfeld) is created until the beginning of 2019 a villa with a view of the Elbe. The architecture with its precise and distinctive roof construction and an open light room inside, which opens from the basement to the roof, blends in elegantly with its brick façade. The views of the Sülberg and the Elbe are varied arranged, the light and its reflections are captured inside the house through narrow opening and large windows. Lightness and elegance describe the house in two words.Read More
The SOS KINDERDORF will support children and families in the future with even more space and offers – the construction of the "Port for Families" on Straßburger Platz in Hamburg Dulsberg has been initiated.
CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT is planning the new building, where from 2020 onwards both children's village families will find a new home and the Hamburgers will find another place of encounter, education and support.
On a plot of approx. 1,000 m2, a new family center is being planned in addition to apartments for children's Dorff families. This public area includes a family café, a children's clothing store and several classrooms.
The apartments of the SOS Kinderdorf families will be located at the rear of the "Port for Families". The building fits in along Straßburger Platz and Weißenburger Straße.Weiterlesen
The building itself is divided into three parts: The three upper floors in the northern part of the building and the four upper floors opposite the church end at the height of the neighboring residential buildings. So that the landmark of the church of the Good News Dulsberg, the church tower, can function in its function as the visual axis and reference point of the Dulsberg-Residents, the connecting structure in the middle is single-storey.
The varying facade of the building scales according to its use. The façade side facing the church is covered with plants over two storeys. The façade itself is a terracotta façade made of baked clay that picks up the brick color of the nearby buildings. On the ground floor of the main entrance facing Straßburger Straße, the building offers more space for a large family café and several course rooms.
The jury of the HEINZE Architecture Award 2017 has chosen the project
BMW Automotive Centre Hamburg East
on the shortlist.
For the seventh time in a row, HEINZE is looking for the best architectural objects of the last 5 years – but each year with a different focus: Non-residential and residential construction in alternation. The Heinze Architecture AWARD 2017 is under the motto non-residential construction.
The jury for the Hamburg Architecture Center HAC awarded the housing project ELBDECK HAMBURG the 3rd WohnbauPreis Hamburg 2017.
The jury thus honors the excellent design of the buildings, which communicate with the surroundings in a partly historical environment and offer exciting insights and perspectives. A high-quality residential ensemble was created directly on the banks of the Elbe.Read More
The quality of living determines the identity and quality of life of a city. Growth, but also constant changes in the population structure, new demands of the city dwellers, differentiated urban planning and social requirements as well as energy requirements formulate the challenges of the current housing construction.
With the WohnbauPreis Hamburg, the Architektur Centrum pursues the goal of focusing attention on the architectural and design qualities as well as on the integrative and sustainable solutions in the current new housing construction.
The building ensemble ELBDECK HAMBURG was chosen to show the flexibility of our building planning in the new publication "Inside Moder Workspaces" of the Deutscher Architekturverlag. The ELBDECK Hamburg, right on the banks of the river Elbe realized as a residential quarter, has already been awarded the 1st BDA Hamburg Architecture Prize 2016.
The office marks the archetypal center of cooperation and concentration. In an age dominated by digitized communication and optimized work routines, the office forms the interface not only between physical and digital processes but also between job and private life.Read More
On the basis of different examples of contemporary office design, this volume displays the diversity of architectural solutions for exterior and interior designs. Efficient use of space, economical energy concepts and last but not least the personnel’s well-being make up the factors that construct modern work spaces and leave a lasting mark on the society.
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CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT is one of the best architectural offices in Germany! This is the result of the independent survey conducted by the data company Statista for the news magazine FOCUS. The list of the 280 top architects in 2017, the FOCUS-Spezial for the first time and in cooperation with the architecture magazine BAUMEISTER published, is in the current issue of the FOCUS special TOP ARCHITECTS 2017.
Our office has been awarded in the categories RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY, INDUSTRIAL and OFFICE.
The Hamburger Junius Publishing House just released a new Architecture Book with the two BDA Architecture Award awarded Projects COLUMBIA TWINS (1st. Prize BDA Architecture Award) and ELBDECK (1st Prize BDA Architecture Award 2016).
Neues Arbeiten und Wohnen am Hafen
Das Quartier Große Elbstraße in Hamburg
152 Seiten mit ca. 100 Farbabb.
At the BDA Hamburg Architecture Award ceremony, the Project ELBDECK HAMBURG got awarded the 1st Prize. This is the highest decoration for a building project the BDA awards every 2-3 years, starting 1996. Carsten Roth is the first architect who received this decoration for the fourth time in Hamburg.
At the Readers Choice Award of the Hamburger Abendblatt the Project got awarded the 3rd Prize.
Our office just signed the contract for an apartment and retail complex to be built in the Hamburg Überseequartier South for Investment Group Unibail Rodamco. The building design astounds with its façade details and construction, publicly used courtyard and stepped roof terraces.Read more
The ground floor is devoted to retail use, with up to ten apartment floors stacked above. Each apartment will have its own balcony, loggia or roof terrace. The parking garage is directly accessible from the apartments via lift or stair.
The Unibail Rodamco Investment Group is developing the entire southern portion of the Überseequartier with office, retail and housing buildings.
The building will be the first to be realized in this new quarter of the Hamburg Harbor. The construction process will be realized with the use of REVIT as our office has launched BIM as standard.
At BDA PRIZE ZUKUNFT IM BESTAND 2015, the facade design and energy-efficient refurbishment of three residential blocks containing 108 apartments of the Fluwog Nordmark in Hamburg Mümmelmannsberg has been awarded the 2nd prize.
In a competitive process, our office has prevailed over five national offices. We believe it is a thoroughly powerful example of how to realize a renovation of a housing estate from the 70s with tact and artistic standards.
We are delighted to receive this award and thank the building owner, the Fluwog Nordmark, in addition to the parties, planners, and contractors for the quality, willpower, motivation, and accuracy in implementation.
The BDA PRIZE ZUKUNFT IM BESTAND 2015 will be awarded on February 22nd in Hamburg.
Our office is represented by the project of the facade design and energy-efficient refurbishment of three residential blocks in the large housing estate Hamburg-Mümmelmannsberg. We look forward to the results of the jury.
The planning guide “Zukunft. Klinik. Bau.” under the editorship of Prof. Carsten Roth has been released.
Further reference books and project reviews are in preparation and will be released in the coming year.
At the beginning of a clinic planning there should be a careful analysis and planning of all the factors that allow efficient and sustainable hospital operations. The architects and planners play a key role.
This practice book is situated in this space, showing methods and tools to develop integrated planning concepts in the earliest planning stages through active networking of all involved disciplines and stakeholders. Through a variety of practical examples, this book will become a daily companion in the planning and optimization of clinics, as well as other medical buildings.
Mr. Hinnerk Wehberg, agency founder of WES Landscape Architects, Mirjana Markovic and Carsten Roth talking.
TONIGHT, FROM 18.30 AT FREIE AKADEMIE DER KÜNSTE HAMBURG
In the competition for the new building in the center of Cologne, CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT wins 2nd prize. The competition was for the space of today’s Theater am Rudolfplatz, situated in the immediate vicinity of the historic Hahnentorburg. The competition was comprised of 6 internationally active architecture offices.Read more
Office-, retail- and restaurant spaces are integrated into the cityscape at the intersection of the ring and the east-west axis, ensuring an expansion option for a further phase of construction.
The draft is comprised of accentuated moderate elevations, representing itself as a new part of past history.
Large glazed openings facing Hahnentorburg within the 1st floor and towards the urban space in the upper floors, give expansive views to the surroundings. The intentional staggering of building sections ensures tension and rhythm.
1. Prize – CSTJ London
2. Prize – CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT
Other members of the competition
Hadi Teherani Architects, Hamburg
Von Gerkan Marg & Partner, Hamburg
Meyer Schmitz-Morkramer, Köln
Schilling Architekten, Köln
The BMW AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE Hamburg East in the publication “Corporate Architecture – Identity through architecture” of the Deutsche Architektur Verlag (DAV) publishing house.
Corporate Architecture embodies the self-image of a company that creates emotional connection and creates persuasion. It complements the functional requirements of a modern company headquarters, with an identity and potential can mean a special addition to the urban overall impression of a site.Read more
The combination of high design skill and the representation of brand identity structures can be created, which have both economic and cultural value over a long period.
In this book, a look at architecturally valuable solutions is thrown, which are thought through from the outer appearance down to the smallest details, and embody the individual company profile. The focus is on projects that are primarily aimed at internal communication, through research and production facilities, to Showroom- and shop concepts. The choice of projects listed companies shows different professions and orders of magnitude and covers a wide range of contemporary corporate architecture.
Identität durch Architektur
256 Seiten, Hardcover
22 x 28,7 cm
For the day of architecture and engineering art in Hamburg it’s a weekend just about architecture and buildings.
With guided tours and lectures architects and art lovers can take a look behind the scenes and check with the planning architect
questions to the university buildings and better understand the perspectives of architects.
The residential and commercial house ELBDECK will be presented.Read more
On Saturday, June 27, there will be guided tours led by Prof. Carsten Roth and Dipl.-Ing. Cord Marquardt.
The tours start in the square between the buildings Neumühlen 1, 22765 Hamburg Altona/Neumühlen
14.00 clock, 15.00 clock to 16.00 clock
Registration is not necessary, but please contact us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we look forward to your coming and your interest in our buildings.
At the BE INSPIRED AWARDS 2014 the Project Kunst Campus at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin was nominated in the category “Innovation in Construction”. The residential, office and gallery building is thus one of 10 selected buildings of several 100 entries. The BE INSPIRED AWARD is announced by Bentley and the winners are published in the 2014 Infastructure Yearbook.
At the BDA Hamburg Architecture Prize 2014 (for the years 2012 – 2014) the new W5 + in the Medien Pool Waterloohain (Best of Europe) was awarded 3rd prize rank. The jury praised in their laudation particularly high design quality and the positive impact of the project as an “urban repair in the best sense.”
The award ceremony was held at the Empire Riverside Hotel and was under the patronage of Jutta Blankau, Minister for Urban Development and Environment of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
At the BDA Hamburg Architecture Prize 2014 (for the years 2012 – 2014) the office building ensemble Sophienterrassen was honored with a tribute next to the 3rd place rank for the construction of W5 + in the Medienpool Waterloohain.
The awards ceremony was under the patronage of Jutta Blankau, Minister for Urban Development and Environment of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, was held at the Empire Riverside Hotel.
For the Day of Architecture and Civil Engineering Art it will go in Hamburg for a weekend just about architecture and buildings.
Guided tours and lectures to architecture and art lovers offer to take a peek behind the scenes and clarify questions with the planning architects.
The office building ensemble at the Sophienterrassen is here presented as a prelude to the whole area of Sophienterrassen between Mittelweg and Alsterufer in Hamburg Harvestehude.
On Saturday, June 28th there will be guided tours under the direction of Prof. Carsten Roth and Dipl.-Ing. Jürgen Feyrer.
Guided tours begin on the square between the buildings at Mittelweg 110 at
14.00 clock, 15.00 clock and 16.00 clock
Registration is not necessary, but you can write us an email to email@example.com, we look forward to your coming and your interest in our buildings.
As part of the lecture series “Architecture in Context 2014” Prof. Carsten Roth lectures a business presentation and provides insights into the importance of architecture and the philosophy within his office.
Date: Monday, 20 January 2014, 19:00 Clock
Location: Plenarsaal des LWL-Landeshauses,
Freiherr-von-Stein-Platz 1, 48133 Münster
Organisation: LWL-Denkmalpflege, Landschafts- und Baukultur in Westfalen
At the 31 VitrA “Project-Work” satisfied within the PASSAGEN Interior Design Week 2014 in Cologne, Carsten Roth has hold his lecture about “Light and constructive addition”. Carsten Roth showed an excerpt of his work and raised afterwards in connection to the issues of architecture critic Dirk Meyhöfer on the topic: “What should an architect today can?”
Date: Monday, January 13th 2014, 18.45 clock
Location: VitrA Showroom at Rheinauhafen, 50678 Cologne
On 04 November at 13.00 clock, the yearbook of the Hamburg Chamber of Architects’ “Yearbook 2013. Architecture in Hamburg” will be officially unveiled.
From our office, the project “W5 + in the Medienpool Waterloohain” will be extensively illustrated and described. On 240 pages, the book presents outstanding buildings in 2013, an anniversary special with a review of the 25 most influential buildings since the publication of the Yearbook 1989 will be added. In this context, the office building at the Rolandsbrücke is described again.
The Yearbook is published Junius Verlag and can already be ordered online.
On wednesday, the 25th Of September, the topping out ceremony for the new construction homes in Hannover Bünte Kamp-Kirchrode will be celebrated.
The Weber Massivhaus GmbH builds atrium houses with floor areas 150-220 m2 on the area between Büntewiesen and Lange-Feld Strasse. The light-filled living spaces of the row-houses are always open to the south garden and convince by their clear lines and the play of materials. The slightly retracted roof terraces offer outdoor space for the private spheres of the residents. Highest quality materials will be used in the equipment, the floor plans are designed to flexibly adapt to the needs of users. The atrium houses are already sold complete, the row-houses are sold at 70%.
The “BMW Used Car Centre Hamburg Ost” in Barsbuettel was completed. Elegance and dynamism, the BMW brand values are reflected in the building and can be experienced by the viewer at first sight. On a 130-meter long ramp and an exhibition space on three floors around 150 vehicles indoors and up to 400 cars on the outdoor area are presented.
The office building ensemble “SOPHIENTERRASSEN” in Hamburg Harvestehude was completed. The ensemble forms the entrance to the “Sophineterrassen” with three office buildings surrounding a place with a historic villa and a parking garage. The facades reflect the color of the environment and for the design of the stainless steel panels were the trees of the “Garden City Harvestehude” godfather.
The new build office building W5+ at the Medienpool Waterloohain 5 in Hamburg Eimsbuettel was completed.
It was realized an office building with around 250 different angled metal slats, large windows showcase incisions, first and
recesses in the facade, and a parking area semi-recessed under the building, that very self-conscious hovering and shimmering mediates between the existing buildings of the Medienpool Waterloohain.
Extensive documentation can be found here >
The foyer of the office building Caffamacherreihe 8 in downtown Hamburg was completed. A side entrance there was restructured as the new reception foyer, welcomes visitors and users in a unique lighting situation. Muschelkalk Sheds seem to float and bring the foyer – similar to a lampshade – the radiation towards the street.
The area between Berlin Central Station, Northern Harbour and Hamburger Bahnhof gets reinforcements: Along Heidestrasse an office, residential and gallery building. The jury, chaired by Regine Leibinger awarded the following prizes:
First Price: Carsten Roth Architekt, Hamburg
Second Price: Baumschlager Eberle, Lochau / Berlin
Second Price: Sauerbruch Hutton, Berlin
Third Price: Brandlhuber +, BerlinRead more
Carsten Roth convinced the jury with a striking and sculptural building whose outline levels are arranged mutually twisted. According to the jury the facets of the architectural sculpture follow “prosaic considerations” because the floor plan levels are based on the environment. The ground floor adopts the property form, the three office levels are determined from the buildings of the neighborhood, and the two residential floors follow the flight of the channel.
The ground floor area was rated as achieved: This is designed to be particularly generous with movable partitions and allows various uses (from Baunetz).
The American Institute of Architects Denver recognized its 2011 architectural design, honor and president’s awards recipients during a ceremony on Sept. 23 at the Denver Botanic Gardens.
2011 Design Awards Nine architectural design awards were selected from 62 entries submitted by members of AIA Denver and judged by a jury of architects and design experts. They were presented by AIA Denver Design Awards Jury Chair Merrill Elam of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, Atlanta.
The nine architectural design awards were selected from 62 entries submitted by members of AIA Denver and judged by a jury of architects and design experts. These were presented by AIA Denver Design Awards Jury Chair Merrill Elam, AIA, of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects (Atlanta).
Ron Faleide and Carsten Roth received their second AIA citation award since 2004, now in 2011 for the project
PeeVee’s Playhouse a child care facility which provides a safe and playful environment for learning.
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