Tanzende Türme, Hamburg

The Tanzende Türme are located in exposed location at the corner Reeperbahn/ Millerntorplatz in the Hamburg district St. Pauli. This building includes two expressive towers, which emblematize a dancing couple. Hadi Tehearani had designed this building with the buckled façade. The 24 floors are used as office and hotel areas with different restaurants and also the legendary Mojo Club. 


Office spaces are equipped with the all-glass Strähle System 3400 and acoustic elements of the System 7000. A combination of ceiling high absorber with transparent all-glass elements allows a pleasant acoustic with a low reverberation time in well-lit rooms. 


Single workplaces are separated by acoustic elements with fanlights and the fabric covering engender an additional improvement of the ambiance. Due to the flexibility of the partition wall systems a high-quality office landscape was formed, so there are open space areas, meeting rooms as well as single offices and open plan offices.


Projectdocumentation (PDF_3,0 MB)

Builder Strabag Real Estate GmbH
Architect Bothe Richter Teherani Architekten, Hamburg
Photographie Cordelia Ebert
Partition systems 3400
Acoustic systems 7000

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