More than 35 high-rise buildings are currently under construction in Frankfurt. Some are up to 228 meters high, others disappear into the skyline, but height is not everything. Aesthetics, cubature and mass play a no less important role. We have therefore asked ourselves how the highest of these projects look in comparison. The results are
The office town of Niederrad is changing, due to numerous residential projects. The transformation of such a large formerly purely office quarter into a mixed district is unique in Germany. It was reason enough for Lord Mayor Peter Feldmann to visit the former office town of Niederrad at the invitation of the site initiative "Neues
The Skyline Atlas has been researching topics on the development plans of the city of Frankfurt, looking at extensive archive material. During this time, we came across a building magazine from the 1960s (corresponding page, see above). Background: This year the so-called Hochstraße, a bridge in the Republic Square ("Platz der Republik"), celebrated its 60th year.
Peter Feldmann talks to Skyline Atlas about the challenges of the City of Frankfurt, in particular with regard to urban development and housing. Mr. Feldmann talks about the planned Frankfurt district in the west of the city, outlines the development potential of the city of Frankfurt over the next fifteen years and takes a position