Interview with Prof. Jochem Jourdan

Home > Magazin > Interviews > Prof. Jochem Jourdan Urban Developments in Frankfurt: Between Past and Future Interview with Architect and Urban Planner Prof. Jochem Jourdan A city like Frankfurt doesn't develop in a random way. The major urban development projects in Germany, such as the development of the European District, are subject to master

Campanile

Campanile was a skyscraper up to 220 meters (722 feet) high, which was to be created in various planning variants in Frankfurt from the early 1980s, but was ultimately not built. A plot of land was planned for the Campanile tower south of the main train station (Hauptbahnhof), on which a parking space had been

High-Rise Master Plan 2021

Using the high-rise master plan 2021, the City of Frankfurt wants to express its political opinion on how and where new skyscrapers are to be built in the future. Using this instrument investors and clients can better orient themselves. The planning department is currently working on updating the high-rise development plan 2000, which was updated

High-Rise Master Plan 1998

With the 1998 high-rise master plan, the City of Frankfurt wanted to express its political opinion on how and where high-rise buildings should have been built. Using this master plan, it was intended to give investors and clients better orientation. The design of a new high-rise master plan - designed by Jourdan & Müller under

High-Rise Master Plan 2008

With the 2008 high-rise master plan, the City of Frankfurt wanted to express its political opinion on how and where high-rise buildings should have been built. Using this master plan, it was intended to give investors and clients better orientation. In 2005, the City of Frankfurt commissioned Jourdan & Müller to continue the high-rise building