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Located in Stuttgart Germany the T-O 12. T-O reads like the German pronunciation of Theo, an abbreviation of Theodor-Heuss-Strasse Germany’s first president who was a resident of Stuttgart for many years.
In the midst of this highly competitive neighbourhood of bars and nightclubs, IFP Group task was to create a new club, which was to stand out from the rest in terms of concept and design. This new club was to be built over three floors that formerly housed a music academy.
The club runs over three floors. On the ground floor is the main bar and two smaller lounges; a second bar and a large dance floor can be found on the upper level, and a second dance floor in the souterrain.
The project of Elb Philarmonie in Hamburg by Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de meuron is schedule to open in 2010. The new concert hall will be constructed on the roof of the existing warehouse building. There will be two auditoriums (capacities 2,150 and 550 visitors), one luxury hotel, restaurants, a Spa, and condominiums.
The roof of the larger auditorium will be a sea of waves – linking the old harbour traditions to the new cultural identity of HafenCity. Escalators will deliver visitors through Kaispeicher A and into an open plaza 37 metres up. From here, visitors of Hamburg will be able to enjoy a magnificent view over the harbour, the Elbe and the city.
On this site you can wtach the site under construction live. Download the Hafency Hamburg project PDF file.
The Great Wheel Berlin shall be erected next to the Zoo. One of the 36 capsules will take you on a 30 minutes ride at 175 meters high. It will be the tallest wheel in Europe. Great Berlin Wheel GmbH & Co KG paid the city €25 million for a 12,000 square meter plot of land (129,166 square feet) near Zoo. Neighboring Technical University is against the project, as are animal rights activists, who claim that the wheel’s lights will befuddle local wildlife.