15

Sep

Frankfurt Helicopter Tour – Sightseeing Flight over Frankfurt

The editorial team of SKYLINE ATLAS has known Frankfurt's multiple facets for decades. Whether historical information, current events, or real estate trends: there is always something new about Frankfurt. Normally we report from the ground, except for the aerial drone shots of Frankfurt. So we asked ourselves: What does a helicopter flight over Frankfurt feel

18

Jul

Skyline Atlas in Famous German Bild Zeitung

On 18 July 2017, the Bildzeitung published a short report on the Skyline Atlas. The Skyline Atlas is a non-commercial information medium about high-rise building structures in Frankfurt am Main. Part of the publication of Bild was a short poem, written by Michael Wutzke: You are so beautiful, You get my heart racing. You're shocking

13

Jul

Development plans available

All relevant development plans regarding high-rise projects in Frankfurt are now available as an abstract in the Skyline Atlas. In the field of development plans, you will find all historical developments since the post-war period up to the high-rise development plans of the modern era. Further details, historical references and other original documents will be

06

Jun

New high-rises in Frankfurt

You're looking for 'new high-rises in Frankfurt?' Then you've come to the right place! In the Skyline Atlas, all new high-rise projects are presented in Frankfurt, not just with individual texts and pictures. Rather, the editorial team provides specialist information for architects, engineers, real estate companies, the general public and 'high-rise fans'. Skyscrapers Frankfurt planned

23

Nov

Hello, Frankfurt!

The time is right for the SKYLINE ATLAS! Today, with the SKYLINE ATLAS, a project I've wanted to realise for many years is being launched online: an editorial information site about high-rise buildings in Frankfurt am Main - the city in which I live and work. There are many good reasons for the SKYLINE ATLAS.

12

Aug

Photo archive digitised

Before the digital revolution spread in the form of high-resolution photos, the author of the SKYLINE ATLAS had taken a lot of pictures. Thousands of photographs were created, which have now been digitised in full resolution, many years after they were first taken. The archives thus contain unique images of Frankfurt from the past. The