The well-known Frankfurt architect and urban planner Prof. Christoph Mäckler (OpernTurm, Tower 185, Terminal 3, …) answers our readers’ questions in around 2 minutes. The full text interview:… The architect Christoph Mäckler and his architectural office MÄCKLERARCHITEKTEN have shaped the cityscape of Frankfurt am Main like hardly any other architect. His designs in the Main metropolis include the German Romantic Museum, the Goethestrasse 34 commercial building on Opernplatz, the inner-city densification of living at the cathedral and the redesign of the Old Bridge with the Portikus art gallery. Christoph Mäckler has also made numerous designs for high-rise buildings, such as the OpernTurm and Tower 185. His office is currently also implementing the design for Terminal 3 at Frankfurt Airport. As director of the German Institute for Urban Architecture, he is an advisor to numerous cities. As chairman of the DomRömer design advisory board, Mr. Mäckler also played a key role in shaping the New Frankfurt Old Town. Reason enough to talk to the architect about his love for Frankfurt and new districts, but especially with regard to the constantly rising real estate prices and the effects of the corona crisis. 

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