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New Expedition ship for Quark Expeditions

On June 12th 2018, Quark Expeditions signed an agreement with Croatia’s Brodosplit yard to build a new expedition ship for polar operations, set to launch in 2020.

The 200-passenger ship was designed by LMG Marin in close cooperation with Quark Expeditions, the company announced.

The 13,000-ton ship will feature twenty zodiacs as well as four embarkation points for landings, as well as two helidecks. 

Cubik³ are the architects in charge of of all interior designs and other design questions


Official Christianing of MS ALENA

On Friday, 23.03.2018 MS Alena, the newest river boat in the Phoenix Travel Fleet, has been solemnly blessed and baptized.
The godmother Elena Kramer-Miret, wife of Phoenix CEO Jörg Kramer, gave the ship, crew and passengers heartfelt wishes for the journey and then had the obligatory champagne bottle crumpled perfectly on the ship's side.

Carlsen publishing-house headquarter re-launched


The Carlsen Verlag is a publishing house, which was founded 1953 in Hamburg. The publisher's program focuses on books for children, i.e. Harry Potter, Rugrats and the Adventures of Tintin. Carlson Verlag is also best known for it's comic division Carlsen Comics, which is among the biggest comic and graphic novel publishers in Germany.
Cubik³ re-designed the Carlsen headquarter, which is located in an old brickstone wharehouse in Hamburg- Altona


AIT Interior Scholarship 2017

The Interior Scholarship, the Sto Foundation's AIT scholarship, was awarded for the seventh time this year. During the jury session on June 30, 2017, a student from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, the School of Architecture, a student from Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle and and a student from the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague conviced there jury and were awarded.

This year, students were asked to design a space on the subject of "The Glade - The Clearing, The Glade", which abstracts the phenomenon of clearing (in the forest). The design was intended to reflect the transition from dense to open, dark to light, and from heavy to light structures

Impeccably designed by Nina Kaul

Impeccably designed by Nina Kaul

Impeccably designed by Bastian Feltgen

Impeccably designed by Bastian Feltgen

Impeccably designed by Naomi Rossignol

Impeccably designed by Naomi Rossignol

The Jury deciding upon the awarding of the scholarships consisted of a representative of the Sto Foundation, Professor Cheret | Cheret Bozic Architekten BDA DWB, as well as the renowned interior designers and architects Jessica Borchardt (BN Architekten), Sabine Keggenhoff (Keggenhoff I Partner), Christine Pille (Cubik³) and Nik Schweiger (Barefoot Design) and Kristina Bacht (Director/Curator AIT-ArchitekturSalons; Publishing Director GKT).