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COBE Set to Transform Bremen's Harbor in Germany

Danish practice COBE Architects have broken ground on a new mixed-use development along Bremen Harbor in northwest Germany. Titled Europahafenkopf, the project aims to transform the city's industrial port to a new city quarter. The design includes four buildings housing residences, offices, commercial space, and a car park. Located at the end of the harbor, the project was made to connect the historical city core with Bremen’s new neighborhood.

Europahafenkopf. Image Courtesy of COBE Architects Europahafenkopf. Image Courtesy of COBE Architects Europahafenkopf. Image Courtesy of COBE Architects Europahafenkopf. Image Courtesy of COBE Architects + 14

Bremer Punkt / Lin Architects Urbanists

© Nikolai Wolff © Nikolai Wolff © Nikolai Wolff © Nikolai Wolff + 29

Bremen, Germany

House Chapeau / Wirth Architekten

© Christian Burmester © Christian Burmester © Christian Burmester © Christian Burmester + 22

Bremen, Germany
  • Architects: Wirth Architekten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 235.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

Research Building DLR SpaceLIFT / Ksg Architekten + Architekten BDA Feldschnieders + Kister +

Courtesy of KSG Architekten + BDA Feldschnieders + Kister Courtesy of KSG Architekten + BDA Feldschnieders + Kister Courtesy of KSG Architekten + BDA Feldschnieders + Kister Courtesy of KSG Architekten + BDA Feldschnieders + Kister + 19

  • Architects: Architekten BDA Feldschnieders + Kister, Ksg Architekten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 3850.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2012

A Space Shuttle for Bremen / Kister Scheithauer Gross Architects And Urban Planners + Architekten BDA Feldschnieders + Kister

© Christian Richters © Christian Richters © Christian Richters © Christian Richters + 16

Designing from the Inside Out Competition

This open ideas competition invites practicing architects, architecture students and designers to design an Academic Interchange for the University of Bremen, Germany. The Academic Interchange is envisioned as an incubator for interdisciplinary collaborations and international relations for academics at the university.