Danish architect CF MÃ¸ller has won two contracts in Germany, one for a train station in Altona, Hamburg, the other for a campus masterplan for the University Hospital of Heidelberg.
The station in Hamburg will aim to link "nature and city life", according to the firm. The design contains three primary elements:
- The Altona North station, which will come with cafes, restaurants, shops and gymns
- Two towers, which will house a hotel and office spaces
- A roofscape to will bind the two together
Other architects shortlisted in the competition included UNStudio, MVRDV and Schmidt/Hammer/Lassen.
Mads Mandrup Hansen, CF MÃ¸ller partner, said: "We are really proud that our design has been selected. The project will be a beacon in the future development of the Diebsteich quarter.
"Our vision is to connect the station, city quarter, hotel and office building with a distinctive green profile, which reflects the green focus of Hamburg."
The University Hospital of Heidelberg masterplan (CF MÃ¸ller)
CF MÃ¸ller has also been selected for a 120ha campus masterplan for the University and University Hospital of Heidelberg.
The masterplan will include a 800,000 sq m extension, and is intended to set the framework for the main campus’ development over the next 30 years.
CF MÃ¸ller will work with HENN and Arup and also the university and city of Heidelberg on the scheme.
Construction of the project will begin in August 2018.
Top image: The Altona North train station (CF MÃ¸ller)