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Nordwandhalle climbing centre

Description

The Nordwandhalle in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg became the largest climbing centre in the south of Germany when it opened in March 2012. The vertical playground for beginners and professionals of all ages features inside and outside precast concrete climbing walls supplied by Consolis, covering a total area of 6,000 m².

The Nordwandhalle, designed as an environmentally friendly building, offers a zero CO2 climbing experience: the innovative architecture of the building enables it to operate on sustainable energy with no CO2 emissions, and the building itself is made of eco-friendly materials. The wood used in the construction came from sustainable forests, and the roof is made of environmentally friendly, untreated, precast concrete visible from inside the climbing hall.

 

 

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Key facts

Project Name

Nordwandhalle climbing centre

Architect

Contractor

Consolis

Construction Year

2012

Location

Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg, Germany