The Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg, planned by “Herzog & De Meuron” and completed in 2016, was commissioned as the city’s new landmark. Impressive in its architecture and visible from afar, it rises an impressive 110 meters into the sky.
It goes without saying that the interior design of this concert hall, which also houses a hotel and gastronomy outlets, had to meet the same requirements in terms of aesthetics, functionality and precision.
We therefore planned and coordinated all the manufacturing work related to its public areas, including its ticketing desks, cloakrooms and café bar, in such a manner so that all the preliminary stages of production could be prepared with exact precision at our manufacture in Fehring. The individually manufactured pieces were then transported and directly installed, sanded and fitted on site.
This made it possible to make the Corian furniture, some of which was up to 32 meters long, look, “as if it were made from one single cast” and to present each one as an aesthetic design “masterpiece”.