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24.05.2013

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

We´re out of office until 07th Jan, 2019. [more]


24.05.2013

Gerhard Landau IS JUROR FOR AIT AWARD 2018

Gerhard Landau has been appointed juror for the current Archi-World Academy Awards 2019. This award, launched in 2012 combines different topics in 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 at January 16 2019 as part of the BAU 2019 in Munich. More information under: www.awacademy.org[more]


24.05.2013

New in the media library

In the last weeks we have received many beautiful publications of our work! Enjoy browsing! > link   [more]


24.05.2013

Topping out ceremony residential complex St.-Anna-Strasse, Munich-Lehel

In October 2018, the topping-out ceremony took place in the new residential complex St.-Anna-Strasse, Munich-Lehel. 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 LivingArea:5 apartments, 140 - 200 m2 1 commercial unit [more]


24.05.2013

Topping out ceremony Residential and commercial Building in Munich-BOGENHAUSEN

Where the charm of the upper-middle-class district of Bogenhausen with its multifaceted cultural scene rubs shoulders with the liveliness of Haidhausen, a contemporary ensemble consisting of high-quality residences and a boarding house is being created amid the existing heterogeneous building stock: the Troger Höfe. Between Ismaninger Strasse and Trogerstrasse, the new buildings surround two differently designed interior courtyards. Connected with the inner courtyard of Trogerstrasse 19, the three courtyards can be experienced in their varying qualities and create a connection through the entire block.Towards the edge of the block, the façade reflects the structure of the surrounding buildings, both in the eaves height and in the way they are designed to echo materials, colours, claddings and metal works. The ensemble combines two different living concepts: in addition to the residential complex with 44 flats in the rear building, 38 apartments for “temporary living” are being created in the boarding house. A two-storey underground garage and gastronomy areas on the ground floor complete the project.Whereas the building nearer the road imitates existing buildings with its punctuated façade, the flats bordering the quiet inner courtyard are open and transparent with their restrained plaster façade. Private free spaces, room heights up to 2.93 meters, high-quality materials and state-of-the-art technological features complete the special living atmosphere. Client:Legat Living  Area:Floor space: 2540 m2Living space: 5.900 m2Commercial floor space: 200 m244 living units, commercial floor space, 68 parking spaces [more]


24.05.2013

Project presentation: Interior Design for Ameron Hotel, Hohenschwangau

In one of the best-known places in Germany, just below the two King Ludwig castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein, the new AMERON Hotel & Resort Hohenschwangau will open by february 2019. Authenticity and timelessness characterise the interior design developed by Landau + Kindelbacher.The 100-year-old ensemble, consisting of the traditional buildings Alpenrose, Jägerhaus and Schlosshotel Lisl, is being renovated and united with the addition of carefully placed new buildings. A recurring element throughout the design is the motif of the alpine rose – from the specially developed light elements and room dividers to furniture handles and accessories. The existing architecture of the original buildings and the inspiration from the surrounding landscape with the view of the Alpsee are taken into account and flow into the design of the entrance hall, the various catering facilities and the guest rooms. Depending on the occasion and the time of day, guests can choose between the different catering offers – from the rustic “Stüberl” (parlour) to the Sarlettl in the conservatory or the exclusive Herrenzimmer and the bar for the evening. The unifying element is the use of high-quality natural materials such as natural stone floors and wooden floorboards in combination with black steel, linen, felt and loden. The 135 rooms are located in different parts of the building and thus differ in their design. Regional materials and imaginatively used textiles are complemented by a colour range of powerful shades of blue. The understatement of the design does justice to the unique mixture of the history and nature of the place. task:135 roomsConference and spa areaGastronomyOperator:AMERON Hotel & ResortDeveloperWittelsbacher Ausgleichsfonds (WAF)Architecture:Arbeitsgemeinschaft Hotel Hohenschwangau, Architekt Wegmann // BKLS Architekten + StadtplanerInterior design:Landau + Kindelbacher Architekten - Innenarchitekten[more]


24.05.2013

Project presentation: housing development Rupprechtstrasse / Gabrielenstrasse in Munich

The clear form of this new housing development is a response to the diversity of the architecture and buildings in the vicinity. The perimeter block development is completely closed off by the L-shaped front building, while the inner courtyard is complemented by a garden building. The front building with its five storeys matches in height and width the existing buildings in the district and, with its gallery storey, which reaches into the inner courtyard as a penthouse storey, provides generously-sized free areas for the flats. The four-storeyed rear building takes up the planned new building on the west side and the existing two-storeyed building to the east. The garden building has a positive effect on the arrangement of the adjacent stock. The depth of the building is also oriented on the existing material in the area. The positioning of the front and garden buildings creates an attractive courtyard situation, which can be used optimally for private shares of the garden.   The closed L-shaped perimeter block development follows the parcelling of the adjacent development typical for the area and is divided into three buildings – the Gabrielenstrasse block, the corner block and the Rupprechtstrasse block. This division is reflected both in the layouts and in the side-views and conveys a true-to-scale treatment of the size of the new development, which is not typical for the area. The three street façades are clearly divided into a base storey, three normal storeys and an attic storey. We consider a classical punctuated façade appropriate to this area, with its correct use of materials and differentiated design using light, mineral plaster and generous window openings. The individual buildings are distinguished by their different colours, the elaboration of their guardrails, and the accentuation by plaster frames. In contrast to the existing buildings, the corner of the building at Rupprechtstrasse/Gabrielenstrasse plays a decisive role in the urban landscape in the sense of classical urban construction. Through its typical corner elevation, as found in classical housing development, the intersection fulfils its role in the cityscape, in contrast to the existing development. An additional structuring of the façade lengths is provided by superelevated shield walls, a motif common in the buildings of the area. In the rear building, modern design elements are used both for more openness and for more privacy. The horizontal accentuation of the storeys by a protruding band creates a modern façade image. Through the use of similar colours and materials, the front building and the garden building create a shared image, while emphasising the diversity and development in the district. Area: Gross floor space above ground: ca. 10,200 sq. m. ca. 96 residential units 244 parking spaces Date of completion:2021[more]


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