Landau & Kindlbacher



Completion New office design for an internationally active law firm in Hamburg

Following the locations in the Maximilianhöfen in Munich and in the Dreischeibenhaus in Düsseldorf, a high-quality office design has been implemented for an internationally active law firm in Hamburg in a prime location on the Outer Alster in the listed former Gruner + Jahr publishing house. The five floors contain a generously sized client area with reception and conference zone as well as office spaces, back-office, library and the in-house gastronomy. The striking 1970s building, now historically listed, is built in terrace form, so that the floors are allocated generously dimensioned external areas. The office design combines the timeless corporate identity of the firm with the specialities of the location and the requirements placed on a modern working environment. The classical office areas offer differentiated workplaces – from single office to open space. The use of floor-to-ceiling glass partitions provides a maximum of transparency, both within the office areas and in the building cross-section. Internal stairs connect the different floors and enable short distances and informal communication spaces. A two-storey open space connects the generously sized reception area with the adjacent conference zones. At the centre of the area is a sculpturally shaped spiral staircase that appears to develop out of the reception desk. Different room sizes and a multifunctional area enable the optimal use of the rooms, which are equipped with high-quality conference technology. The conference zones also includes the in-house canteen, which like the conference zones offers a fantastic view of the Outer Alster. Highlights are the generously sized roof terraces on the different floors, which enable an uncluttered view from all levels thanks to their stepped construction. The dark wood areas correspond with the curved reception desk made of white Corian. The necessary storage shelves and the cloakroom are concealed behind wall installations covered with flattering textiles. In addition to the acoustic ceilings, a high-quality dark carpet provides the necessary noise protection in the office and conference areas. A discreet furniture system in white, light-grey and black ensures the necessary flexibility. Black anodised frames for the glass partitions and the doors structure the areas and ensure a maximum utilisation of the daylight. A restrained range of colours between grey and brown characterise the canteen. The necessary technology and lighting were apparently integrated invisibly in the furnishings, which were specially designed for the room. Verner Panton’s original entrance hall for the building, which was originally planned as a hotel and changed into an office building shortly before its opening, has been adapted to today’s requirements and developed with great sensitivity. Client:internationally active law firmTask:reception, conference zones, workplaces / communication zones, library, canteen and fire protection renovationArea:ca. 5000 sq. m. on five levelsDate of completion:2017   [more]


give us your vote! – the public’s prize for “geplant + ausgeführt”

The architecture competition “geplant + ausgeführt” is the only one to award prizes to an architecture firm and one of the building workers involved. Only in this way do examples of successful architecture come about that without craftwork, technical finesse and precision would simply not be possible. The projects “Alpenchalet” and “Office in Zuerich” have been nominated as one of the best buildings in the competition. Vote now under: geplant + ausgeführt Planned by: Landau + Kindelbacher Architekten – Innenarchitekten   Carried out by: Schreinerei Vogl GmbH (Alpenchalet)  Baierl & Demmelhuber Innenausbau GmbH, Lindner Group KG, Stein Lampert GmbH Natursteinwerk (Office in Zuerich)[more]


Project presentation City residence at Herzogpark in Munich-Bogenhausen

The classically designed residential complex with six units meets all the requirements of modern living. In its cubage and design, the building mediates modestly between the neighbouring green area with the Brunnbach river and the adjacent buildings, whose existing urban development typology is thus continued. Generously sized terraces on the ground floor and loggias and surrounding roof terraces on the upper floors offer a smooth transition between interior and exterior. The old trees of the existing green park area convey peace and nature, while the side facing the street enables modern living close to the city.     Customer: private Living space: ca. 1100 sq. m. Date of completion: 2018[more]


Completion New residential building Trogerstrasse, Bogenhausen

On the Trogerstrasse side, the front building carefully closes the existing gap in the block edge and shows formal consideration for the landmarked environment. This is reflected by the saddleback roof, two bay windows towards the street, a plinth, and a classically graceful design language. The various elements create a balance between the individuality of the building and the adjacent neighbourhood of the square. The rear building, on the other hand, is modern with a flat roof and a clear form language. With its generously sized, floor-to-ceiling windows, it opens onto the landscaped courtyard. Folding, perforated sunscreens contribute to the intimacy of the inner space. Generously sized terraces and balconies to the south and west ensure a high quality of comfort of both interior and exterior residential space. Most of the apartments have been individually designed according to their type and position. The functional structuring of the apartments and open arrangement of the living area provide a modern urban layout of high architectural quality in an extremely attractive situation. The newly created courtyard gives the ensemble a timelessly modern, own identity.   Front building: 17 apartments Rear building: 9 apartments With two-storey underground garage Completion date: 2017 Marketing: Bauwerk Capital Interview with Gerhard Landau [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]


Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

We´re out of office until 07th Jan, 2018. [more]


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]

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