Located in the Bogenhausen district, this 1971 building will house office and retail units. The renovation provides the existing building with a sustainable future and an entirely new identity.
Floor-to-ceiling, precisely-framed glass panes replace the previous band-like façade design featuring closed parapets. The brand-new corner glazing adds to the sense of generosity conveyed on the exterior and ensures ideal lighting conditions in the interior. With no recesses or free-standing supports on the ground floor, the building now has a more clearly contoured structure on three standard stories as well as a recessed top floor. The transformation into a state-of-the-art workplace meets all the requirements of forward-looking, sustainable offices and commercial properties, particularly with regard to usability and economic efficiency. To make the most of the building’s unused potential, the new layout has been optimized for a wide range of tasks and workflows. The office space on the upper floors is designed for flexible configuration, while the open-plan retail space on the ground floor will provide convenient local amenities for the neighborhood. Inspiration for the color palette on the façade came from the district’s many parks and green spaces.
Investor: LBBW Immobilien Süd GmbH & Co.KG
Gross floor area: 4190 m²
Gross volume: 15450 m³
Sauer, Manfred (Team Leader)
Reiser, Rupert (Project Leader)
Comito, Daniela (Project Leader)
bwp Burggraf + Reiminger Beratende Ingenieure GmbH, Munich (Structural design)
Schüller Landschaftsarchitekten, Munich (Landscape design)
K33 Brandschutz Steinlehrer Riedner Wagner Architekten Partnerschaft, Munich (Fire proofing)
PMI GmbH, Unterhaching (Building physics)