1 year ago 344 views The manor house Altfresenburg is an architectural jewel. The property was built in 1791 and is regarded as the last remaining mansion to be preserved in its original state as designed by the Danish architect, who is arguably the most influential proponent of Classicism in northern Europe. In addition to Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen and other archetypal buildings, some of the finest classical-style private residences on Hamburg’s Palmaille and the legendary Elbchaussee were also designed on Hansen’s drawing board. Christoph von Schenck, Head of the Engel & Völkers business segment Castles & Manor Houses, describes in an interview on Engel & Völkers Channel 24, the special architectural features of Altfresenburg and reveals the reasons why historic properties have this special flair.
4 months ago views A luxury villa on Mallorca which you can rent for a holiday or an exceptional apartment in an industrial design in Germany? Are you rather tending to a unique property in Belgium or does your heart beat for a stylish chalet in Switzerland? – We cannot decide either thanks to these special properties! Watch our new video and admire those four properties from the month of September once more.
11 days ago views The number of very wealthy people, the so-called Ultra High Net Worth Individuals, continues to increase worldwide. In the past ten years alone, their numbers have risen by 60 percent. The real estate company Engel & Völkers looks after this customer group with a dedicated business segment, the Private Office. In an interview, Constantin von Dalwigk, Head of Engel & Völkers Private Office, talks about this special target group.
11 days ago views The world-renowned US architect Richard Meier talks in a video interview about the architectural design of the new Engel & Völkers headquarters and how the collaboration with the real estate company came about. The Engel & Völkers headquarters is currently taking shape in a new development located in Hamburg’s HafenCity district. The film also features the designs with which Richard Meier & Partners Architects in New York led by Mr. Meier and Associate Partner Bernhard Karpf won the architectural competition.