The housing development is located in the bustling urban Maxvorstadt district, near the city centre and in the direct vicinity of the museum district. With raised eaves that contrast with the neighbouring houses, the gracefulness of the new building nevertheless fits in with the diverse nature of the street. Elements of the other buildings, some of which are listed, are adopted in the façade design and given a contemporary interpretation with modern materials and proportions. This is reflected in the roof structure, the oriels, and the dormer windows, to maintain a balance between the individual character of the new building and the surroundings. The comb-like arrangement of the rear building areas provides a contrast through their clarity of form. Large window openings and sliding doors that open to the green inner courtyards augment the quality of living. The design of the front balconies provides for maximum privacy despite the high urban density.
When completed, the development will comprise buildings with up to six storeys plus an attic storey, for a total of 59 residential units with areas from 40 m2 to about 290 m2, as well as retail stores facing the street. The open design of the living areas is achieved by a modern room layout of high architectural quality. While the living zone is reserved for living, dining and cooking functions, the private sleeping area is designed as a master bedroom with an en-suite bath.
Client: Maxhöfe T50 GmbH
Residential area: approx. 5,590 m²
59 residential units, each approx. 40 m² to 290 m²
Commercial space: approx. 70 m²
73 parking spaces
Date of completion: 2025
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers