The new hotel building in the middle of St. Pauli in Hamburg was already a real eye-catcher during the construction phase. Now the hotel is completed and started operations in 2021.
The building project had committed itself to a very high sustainability standard in advance and an ambitious project has resulted in a holistically sustainable property. The digital model of the building created by ABJ. Architekten with BIM makes a significant contribution to enabling environmentally friendly, resource-saving and economic use of the building throughout its entire life cycle.
The Hotel am Dom was awarded Gold certification by the DGNB, the second highest DGNB award given in Germany for non-public buildings.
The design of the building (Stephen Williams Associates) aims to reflect the diversity of the lively St. Pauli district. In order to fit into this neighbourhood - which is characterised by its small-scale structure, cultural diversity and originality - the St. Pauli Code is used as a guideline during the design phase. Among other things, this calls for a heterogeneous building style, which is met by small-scale architecture.