Interior features & details

The exclusive choice of materials continues inside the building. Carefully selected natural stones, marble, architectural bronze and oak wood, which can be found in various recurring places throughout the building, create a particularly appealing yet unobtrusive effect.

The materials:

Aesthetically appealing & durable

“The exceptional location directly on Neuer Wall in combination with the quality of the property and its outstanding technical equipment was very convincing.”

Sven Nykamp, Branch Manager Hamburg, Bankhaus Julius Bär AG

The interiors

Light and life

  • Additional meeting and conference rooms are available for rent
  • Purist-style designer kitchens made by bulthaup
  • Inviting roof terraces
  • Spacious reception areas

The entrance area captivates visitors with its beautiful natural stone flooring and exquisite solid wood elements with bronze company signs and intercom panel. The aesthetic selection of materials continues in the building’s three lifts featuring natural stone flooring, bronze linings, solid wood elements and mirrored surfaces.

Retractable glare-protection elements double as privacy shields.

All offices offer working in a modern atmosphere: glass partitions and meeting rooms create an open-plan working environment.

The high-quality flooring in the offices provides the perfect base for elegant and timeless furnishings that measure up to the most exacting standards.

A CCTV system provides the necessary security while electronic keys and transponder cards enable easy access to the offices. Exterior sunshades as well as internal glare shields, installed at the large floor-to-ceiling windows and vanishing into purpose-built fittings in the ceiling, ensure perfect lighting conditions, which are further enhanced by the building’s elegant glass balustrades. In addition, the courtyards and terraces, designed with carefully selected plants such as Bangkirai wood and bamboo, invite the eye to linger.

Unobtrusively integrated ceiling spots provide optimum illumination of the rooms.
The classy yet functional design continues in the toilets.

“The owner often calls the building ‘his gem’, and this is exactly how I treat it.”

Babette Hillermann, Leasing Management

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The neighbourhood