Interview with Prof. Christoph Mäckler

Home > Magazin > Interviews > Prof. Christoph Mäckler Wishes, Warnings, and Forecasts: What Will Happen to Frankfurt? Interview with Architect and Urban Planner Prof. Christoph Mäckler The architect Christoph Mäckler and his architectural office MÄCKLERARCHITEKTEN have shaped the cityscape of Frankfurt like hardly any other architect. His more recent designs in the German metropolis

High-rise Am Roemerhof

At the western end of the European Quarter (Europaviertel), around 2,000 new apartments are to be built on what is today the bus depot of the Frankfurter Verkehrsgesellschaft (VGF), Frankfurt's public transportation operator. In June 2020, head of planning Mike Josef (SPD) presented the planning for the Roemerhof project together with head of traffic Klaus

OpernTurm

OpernTurm is a 170 meters (558 feet) tall skyscraper near Opernplatz and borders the 2010 redesigned Rothschild Park. The tower is accessed through a 17-meter-high lobby containing the 14-meter-high painting "Ahab" designed by Julian Schnabel. In addition to being used as an office building, OpernTurm also has a kindergarten and a restaurant. Towards Opernplatz, a

Tower 185

Tower 185 is an office tower built in 2011 on the Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage. The architecture was designed by Christoph Mäckler Architekten. This skyscraper should have been called Tower 200, because the originally planned height of 185 meters was increased to 200 meters (as technical floors were included in the tower head, which are usually excluded from