Landau & Kindlbacher



Interior Design Marketing Lounge, Hamburg

The marketing lounge for the Springer Quartier in Hamburg was designed for the Momeni Group, based in Hamburg. The restrained but elegant choice of materials – in combination with the lighting – focuses attention on the essentials. Date of Completion: 2017 [more]



Ludwig Kindelbacher has been appointed juror for the current AIT Award. This award, launched in 2012 by the interior design magazine AIT combines interior design and architecture in a single prize and is meanwhile recognised internationally. The prize-giving ceremony and the exhibition of the award-winning works will take place from 18–23 March 2018 as part of the Light + Building event. More information under:[more]


Completion Interior Design House at Lake Tegernsee

This house at Tegernsee, built originally in 1680 and expanded in the 1990s, is surrounded by extensive meadows. The charm of the original has been preserved but considerably enhanced with the amenities of our modern age. The farmhouse, typical for the region with its east-west direction, consists of the living area and a newly extended barn. The existing structure of the old farmhouse has been largely retained and extended where necessary by new measures. Thus the former pantry has been combined with the kitchen to form a single large room and reinterpreted with new flooring and tiles and the clever use of lighting and textiles, whereas in the dining room, the existing wood panelling has been retained as an identity-forming element and augmented only by a reworking of the tiled stove and special furniture that was in part specially designed for the room. The master bathroom and the relaxation area have been completely dismantled and reworked in modern form and material language but adapted to the traditional building style. In the top floor of the barn, the façade has been opened in order to provide more daylight and create a pleasant atmosphere by means of a generously dimensioned, floor-to-ceiling glass element with sunshade lamellae. The new floors, the walls covered with old wood to augment the existing wood, plus the new, dark steel staircase round off the spatial effect. Photography: Sophie Latour Date of completion: 2017 [more]


Young - Younger - Forever Young

The exhibition “Young – Younger – Forever Young | Shaping Spaces by the New Generation” of AIT and Object Carpet will open on 14 November 2017 at 7 pm on the Praterinsel in Munich. “Ambitious, trendy offices with outstanding potential are enhancing the architectural scene. Within the framework of the roadshow “Young – Younger – Forever Young”, 25 established architects have taken on a sponsorship and each nominated a newcomer who in their view is already excelling in his or her work. Under the motto “Shaping Spaces”, the named offices received an unannounced task posed individually by their sponsor, for which they designed a textile space. The results, which illustrate the working methods and the architectural language of the young offices, are to be presented in a comprehensive exhibition.” We look forward to your visit. Address: Praterinsel 3-4, 80538 Muenchen More information under:  [more]


Completion: housing complex in Romanstrasse, Munich-Nymphenburg

The Munich district of Nymphenburg is characterised by prestigious residences from the Wilhelminian era of the late nineteenth century and the art nouveau period and also by its nearness to Schloss Nymphenburg with its spacious parks and grounds. As a reference to the existing building structure in Romanstrasse, a freestanding block has been created that merges into the architectural tradition of Nymphenburg in scale, materiality and façade structure. Classical yet contemporary, the new building creates a balance between the individual, discerning tastes of the occupants and the adjoining neighbourhood. Access to the building is markedly set back from the road in order to emphasise the privacy of the house. The entrance area, with a porch and seating area in natural stone, is very inviting. The design of the façade uses classical architectural styling to achieve its elegant restraint: the ground floor has a plinth and contrasts clearly with the upper storeys with its stucco cornice. The classical upright window formats are accentuated by finely coordinated plaster mouldings and systematically applied textured rendering. The top floor is strongly recessed as an offset storey and varies the design techniques of the main façade with skilfully applied modern elements. In the development of the apartments, attention was paid to the greatest possible individuality: above the garden flat, there are the Belle Etage, a city apartment and a penthouse designed as a maisonette over two storeys. All apartments are of a generous size and equipped to a very high standard. Distinctive design factors are the excellent lighting exposure with beautiful views to the exterior and the large open spaces. The high-quality details of the entrance area and the loggias round off the overall design. Materials used were white rendering, wood-framed windows, patinated metals and local natural stone. 4 Apartments75-220 m2Completion Date:2017 [more]


ArchitectsLunch with Gerhard Landau in the AIT Architecture Salon on 26 October 2017

On Thursday, 26 October 2017 at 1 pm, the AIT Architecture Salon invites you to an Architects Lunch. Together with the autumnal menu, Gerhard Landau will be presenting current projects of his office in a talk on the subject “classical – modern | modern – classical”. Please register in good time. Further information under[more]


Completion Suites Sengerschloss - Hotel DAS TEGERNSEE

The last phase of the extensive rebuilding work – the redesign of the suites and the gastronomy in the Sengerschloss in the hotel DAS TEGERNSEE – has now been completed. The newly designed suites are oriented on the concept of the boutique hotel – every room is different and has its own individual touch, such as the four-poster bed in the oriel suite. Additionally, the two floors of the Sengerschloss have different themes – “Grand Chic” on the upper floor and “Bohemian Bavaria” under the roof. The colour schemes are similarly oriented: in the upper floors, deliberate touches are made merely by the stucco, whereas the attic stands out with its strong colours and wallpapers. The requirements of the heritage conservation authority have been integrated in the new concept. For example, the historic wooden ceiling in one suite has been taken into consideration in the design, just as the stuccoed walls and the supraportals over the doors in the lobbies. The new rooms are characterised by timeless, individual design that does justice to the history of the building and combines history and design to create an overall entirety with a maximum of feel-good factor. Client Versicherungskammer Bayern Task: 10 Suiten Date of Completion: 2017 [more]

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