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Apr

SILENCE – Frankfurt From the Air During the Coronavirus Lockdown in April 2020

SKYLINE ATLAS regularly reports on news about high-rise buildings and urban development in Frankfurt. This production, which shows the almost empty European banking capital, was created during the Corona crisis. The recent video project by Thomas Gessner, who is an editorial member of the SKYLINE ATLAS, shows how much the corona pandemic has brought life

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Oct

Additional Editors in October 2019

SKYLINE ATLAS is the information medium about the Frankfurt skyline. Here, the history of the skyscrapers in Frankfurt is thematized: Past, present and future. Today, SKYLINE ATLAS is run by several authors and creative minds on a voluntary basis. For decades, the editorial staff has cultivated networks with experts in the real estate sector. And

BOOOM – AfE Tower Frankfurt Demolition

When it was completed in 1972, the AfE Tower was the tallest skyscraper in Frankfurt. After about 40 years in operation, however, its use by the Goethe University was discontinued. In 2014, the AfE Tower in Frankfurt was blown up. The demolition of the tower was a major media event and was even broadcast on

NEO NOIR – Frankfurt Skyline at Night

The Frankfurt skyline at night is a spectacular photo motif for many photographers. In order to present the magic of this glowing scenery in a completely new way, the various buildings and details of the NEO NOIR series were individually photographed by means of long-term exposure. And then - inspired by the nocturnal Milky Way

About SKYLINE ATLAS

SKYLINE ATLAS is a primary source of information about tall buildings in the Frankfurt city region. SKYLINE ATLAS provides the public a permanent central location to discover content about urban developments in Frankfurt. Numerous authors and creative minds produce the SKYLINE ATLAS. For decades the editorial staff has cultivated networks with experts in the real