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24.05.2013

kickoff Redesign Rooms with mountain view, Wallberg House

The conversion of the guest rooms of Wallberg House: this is the final component for the five buildings of the ensemble. From the design for the generously sized double rooms with loggia and a view over the lake, the concept for the room types with a view of the mountains and the hallways is being further developed. These cover a broad spectrum, not only spatially but also in design, between the various room types.It is already 12 years since the rooms were designed by Landau + Kindelbacher, which is why this new activity, the adaptation to the latest requirements of hotel guests, is a special task for our office. As a supplement to the existing situation, the new rooms should be part of the ensemble but nevertheless retain their own design language. By Christmas 2020 the redesign of the mountain view rooms and suites will be completed.38 rooms / suitesDate of completion: 1st construction phase May 2020Date of completion: 2nd construction phase December 2020[more]


24.05.2013

Architektouren 2020 - digital

For many years now, the “Architektouren”, the annual exhibition of Bavarian architecture, has been established as a firm institution in the calendar of events in the last weekend of June. But this year, thanks to Corona, instead of open doors, regional bus journeys to the projects, the “kinderArchitektouren”, and the touring exhibition, “Architektouren 2020” takes on a purely digital form. The Architektouren projects for 2020 are therefore all available here online, as well as our Projekt Hotel Ameron Neuschwanstein. The booklet too is being published and can be ordered from the Bayerischen Architektenkammer (the Bavarian Chamber of Architects). With the title: Nahaufnahme: “Ressource Architektour – Eine Tour durch Bayern zu ausgewählten Projekten der Architektouren 2020” (Close-up: “Resource Architektour – a tour through Bavaria to selected projects of Architektouren 2020”), our media partner Bayern 2 is broadcasting a programme on Friday, 19 June 2020 at 3:30 p.m. on the subject; this can subsequently be heard as a Podcast.[more]


24.05.2013

Redesign: Rooms with lake view, Wallberg House

The conversion of the guest rooms of Wallberg House: this is the final component for the five buildings of the ensemble. From the design for the generously sized double rooms with loggia and a view over the lake, the concept for the room types with a view of the mountains and the hallways is being further developed. These cover a broad spectrum, not only spatially but also in design, between the various room types.It is already 12 years since the rooms were designed by Landau + Kindelbacher, which is why this new activity, the adaptation to the latest requirements of hotel guests, is a special task for our office. As a supplement to the existing situation, the new rooms should be part of the ensemble but nevertheless retain their own design language.As an inspiration from the beauty of the lake, Nature is again the model for the design. Thus the particular positioning of the bed provides the waking guest with a breathtaking view of the lake (Tegernsee) and the surrounding mountain panorama. Deep balconies and an open lounge area complement the modern design, which in the foreground is based on delicate shades of blue and beige.38 rooms / suitesDate of completion: 1st construction phase May 2020Date of completion: 2nd construction phase December 2020[more]


24.05.2013

Completion Residential Complex in St.-Anna-Strasse

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. Client:Legat Living5 apartments, 140 - 200 m21 commercial unitCompletion date:2019 [more]


24.05.2013

Building Permission for a Housing Complex in Maxvorstadt

In the immediate vicinity of Odeonsplatz and the English Garden on one side and the museum area on the other, the site of the housing complex is situated amid a block perimeter development characteristic of Maxvorstadt.The substance of the existing building dating from the 1960s requires a rebuilding of the front building. In its façade structure and classical design, the new building blends with the restrained ensemble of the listed historic buildings in Fürstenstrasse. The two bays on the 2nd and 3rd floors with the balconies on the 4th floor are a reference to the pre-war development of Friedrich Bürklein and the particular urban planning situation as end point of Rheinbergerstrasse, which at the Fürstenstrasse crossroads broadens to form a small square. On the courtyard side, there are generously-sized balconies and loggias. The existing development of the rear building is to be extended by a penthouse flat and a three-sided terrace.The design of the façades is oriented on the surrounding development in their structure and materiality. A combed stucco structure and natural stone cladding on the ground floor raise the plinth area of the bright punctuated façade of the upper floors with stucco cornices and mouldings around the wood-aluminium windows. The façade cladding of the existing building and the storey-extension with a steel and wood construction with a metal skin reinterprets the construction within the district.Building permission for the front and rear buildings was granted in March 2020.Living area, front building: 1,460 sq. m.Living area, rear building: 225 sq. m. [more]


24.05.2013

On our own behalf

To all our customers and business partners: Due to the new situation caused by the spread of the Corona virus and measures for containing the pandemic, we too have taken precautions to keep business running and implement ongoing projects. Temporarily, our staff are now working from home and can be reached by telephone and e-mail during normal office times. Office Management can also still be reached.Please understand that we have to restrict direct contact with you to telephone and e-mail as long as the current situation demands. In these difficult times, we shall be even more motivated to work with you on projects, and we shall be available to answer any questions you may have.The Company Management, the office managers and all our staff thank you for your understanding.Stay healthy!Gerhard LandauLudwig Kindelbacher [more]


24.05.2013

Project Presentation: House in Maria-Theresia-Strasse, Munich

Already one of Munich’s most prestigious addresses, Maria-Theresia-Strasse occupies an exceptional position. Situated opposite the Maximilian Park, the city’s most beautiful villas are to be seen here. The stately buildings of the ‘Gründerzeit’ (the late Wilhelminian period) – including the buildings of Kings Maximilian I and II, Counts Montgelas and Törring, and the industrial magnates Diesel and Maffai – were the inspiration for the design of Maria-Theresia-Strasse 4: generously sized and comfortable, they combine representative qualities and private requirements in a home that inspires enthusiasm for decades. The entrance reflects the aspiration of the fine address. The combination of high-grade materials such as bronze-finished metals and marble, with diverse surface structures enlivened by an innovative lighting concept, gives the room delightfully varying moods. The consistently high-grade design continues through the entire building – from the underground garage to the roof terrace, from door handle to spatial flow. The result is a place that does not necessarily meet the tastes of the majority but rather corresponds to the sense of aesthetics.  Client:HWN Group7 residential units, living space up to 700 m²Start of construction:2020 [more]


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