April 04, 2020
The Munich district of Lehel is one of Munich’s most beautiful areas with its central position between the old city centre and the English Garden, its building fabric and high quality of life. Lehel is rich in attractions, one of which is St.-Anna-Platz (a listed ensemble) with the eponymous baroque convent church and the self-contained and coherent periphery buildings.
The building opposite St.-Anna-Platz will contain five apartments distributed over five storeys plus an attic. Attractive free spaces, such as balconies on the east façade and a terrace construction in the linking building, offer an unspoilt view towards the city centre. The existing shops on the ground floor have been retained. With its complementarily coloured materials and its clear design language, the building harmonises perfectly with its surroundings. The bright plaster façade of the building is accentuated by natural stone profile surroundings around the windows. The natural stone-clad base forms an optical unit with the linking building, which is also clad in natural stone.
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers