Elbphilharmonie is a mixed-use development involving three concert halls above a renovated brick warehouse, that includes a 2,150-seat main auditorium, a recital hall, a hotel, restaurants, a public plaza and 45 luxury residences decorated by Amsterdam based Designer Kate Hume; the Italian studio Citterio-Viel & Partners developed the interior architecture project.
This project is set to become the German city’s top cultural and residential destination. The model apartment recently completed is located on the 18th level of the building; the design draws its inspiration from its context, with organic aesthetics, natural stone surfaces, curvaceous sofas, and bespoke woodwork which demonstrates the designers’ approach to detail and customization.
ARCHITECT: Herzog & de Meuron
INTERIOR DESIGN: Kate Hume Interiors
LOCATION: HafenCity quarter, Hamburg, Germany