Montblanc Hamburg

The new Montblanc House is located in the immediate vicinity of the company headquarters and production buildings. The whole building complex is located on an extensive site where around 1,100 people work. Currently, around 2,000 visitors a year visit the site; this number is to be increased significantly. For the architecture Montblanc engaged the renowned Spanish architects Enrique Sobejano and Fuensanta Nieto of the Madrid-based firm Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos.

Facade with Relief-like Exposed Concrete Wall Panels

The three-story building offers a mixture of brand experience, meeting and exhibition space, boutique and public café and has an elongated rectangular shape. The building is approximately 110 m long and 12 m wide. The height of the building is approximately 15 m above ground level. At the front of the building, a cantilever extends over the entire length of the building, with spans of 3 to 8 m. The facades of the building are clad with relief-like exposed .

Werner Sobek was responsible for the MEP planning, the structural engineering, and the facade engineering.

Montblanc in Hamburg

Architecture
Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Madrid/Spain
(WP 1 – 3 + design lead)
PLAN FORWARD GmbH, Stuttgart/Germany (from WP 4)

Project Management
W+P Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH,
Stuttgart/Germany

Planning time
2016 – 2020

Construction time
2019 – 2022

Services by Werner Sobek

  • MEP planning (WP 1 – 4)
  • Structural engineering (WP 1 – 8)
  • Facade engineering (glass and details)

GFA
4,390 m²

Client
Montblanc Simplo GmbH, Hamburg/Germany

Photography
Roland Halbe, Stuttgart/German
Daniel Schäfer, München/Germany

 

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