The Schlump One Hamburg by J. Mayer H. Architects building located in Hamburg is a modernized remodel of a 1950s office building.
A novel facade to this construction was designed to seem more free-flowing and organic featuring curvaceous window panels that make for a sensual look. The mastermind behind this remodel is architect Wilko Hoffman who explains the firm's intent: "We tried to design a facade that would be a bit more free, something less strict and linear."
The curvaceous motif is executed throughout he building's cohesive aesthetic. Organic lines appear in the shapes of the staircase, and the curved interiors that pay homage to nature. With such an inspired approach to remodeling, the Schlump One Hamburg by J. Mayer H. stands out in the Hamburg cityscape as a visually stimulating addition.
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