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LUTZ Elevators is your expert in all aspects of the lift industry. Our range of services encompasses planning, manufacture and assembly of installations in new and existing buildings as well as repair, maintenance, modernisation and restoration. Flexibility and close relations with the customer are always our key concern. Here you can find your personal contact person for your specific request:

Your contact person

André Szelagowski

Tel: +49 40 72769 285

André Szelagowski has been working in the elevator industry for 15 years. Since then, he has dedicated himself to sales. One thing has priority: 360-degree support for our customers. According to the motto "nothing ist impossible", André Szelagowski finds the right LUTZ solution for every technical challenge.

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Your contact person

Marten Bayer

Tel: +49 40 72769 264

An impressive level of technical and commercial expertise makes Mathis Ostkamp the ideal first point of contact within our repair  sales department. Looking back at nearly 30 years of experience, he knows the individual and demanding requirements of our customers like the back of his hand. He is driven by an ambition to offer and implement the best technically and financially viable solution for customers whatever the situation. In the event of a malfunction, please contact our emergency hotline directly at: +49 (0)40 727 69-200.

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Your contact person

Eva Hillmer
Eva Hillmer

Tel: +49 40 72769 248

Our customers can always count on Eva Hillmer. She was instrumental in setting up the new accounting system at LUTZ Elevators and has spent many years getting to knows the ins and outs of the company and its processes. Thanks to her extensive know-how, she is the primary point of contact for customer’s questions.

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Svenja Vock_Service Center
Svenja Vock

Tel: +49 40 72769 158

As head of the service centre, all that matters to her is the satisfaction of each and every one of the LUTZ customers. She is a bastion of calm, even when things get a little hectic. By taking a proactive approach, she always manages to turn problems into solutions.

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When the exceptional becomes the norm

A design hotel is distinguished by its emphasis on exclusivity, even down to minute details. Needless to say that also applies to its lift systems. The Lighthouse Hotel & Spa at the museum harbour in Büsum, which opened in 2019, opted for the elevator systems produced by our partner Orona. The individual cabin design of LUTZ Elevators transforms standard lifts into something exceptional.

Harmonious contrast

The requirements stipulated that the two guest lifts fit seamlessly into the hotel’s concept. As a result, the titanium-coated stainless steel surfaces form a harmonious contrast to the wooden elements.

Another detail designed to prevent damage from moisture is the increased corrosion protection provided by galvanised and additionally painted components. The result is not only a visually high-quality surface, but also exceptionally resistant protection against corrosion. In this way, not even a leaking drinks bottle will pose a rust risk.

Transparent portal

The transparent portal on the residential floor affords a clear view of the lift and the windows directly from the house. The cabin door as well as the rear wall of the cab are made of glass, flooding the room with light and creating a homely ambience despite this being a technical installation.

Integrated shaft

By incorporating it into the pre-existing building structure, the entire lift system is given an unusual transparency, also when viewed from outside. The elevator is fully integrated and yet it creates a remarkable impact, both technically and visually.

Transparent on all levels

Lift blends harmoniously into a listed residential building

As part of the core refurbishment of a landmarked terraced house in Hamburg, the specialists at LUTZ Elevators have succeeded in creating an architectural and technical masterpiece. The wheelchair-accessible lift was integrated into an existing elevator shaft. Transparent elements predominate, and the lift offers users a corner access. This elevator allows the resident to lead a self-determined life on a day-to-day basis.

Corner access

In order to avoid interfering visibly with the exterior structure of the building, the lift system had to be installed using a technically intricate construction. From the side of the building on the ground floor the lift takes the user directly to the first-floor corridor, which faces the front of the building.

Hydraulic system

The elevator car is arranged in a so-called rucksack configuration with a separate machine room, ensuring that the shaft, which was also painted white, remains clean and uncluttered. There are no wires or counterweights to disturb the visual appearance, allowing the lift to blend harmoniously into the residential ensemble.