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Múnic Projects 41 Created 07-Mar-17 By Montse Jover, Barcelona, Spain Jauch House Munich, Gruber + Popp Architekten private house Academy of Fine Arts Herz Jezu Kirche Mercedes-Benz Centre Olympic Stadium

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Múnic Projects 41 Created 07-Mar-17 By Montse Jover, Barcelona, Spain Jauch House Munich, Gruber + Popp Architekten private house Academy of Fine Arts Herz Jezu Kirche Mercedes-Benz Centre Olympic Stadium Munich Münich-Riem Church Centre Residential and Office Building Micro Compact Homes Public Passage Alter Hof 8 BMW Welt Esplanade 15 Allianz Arena 16 Unterföhring Park Village 17 Sammlung Goetz 18 Munich, Herzog and De Meuron gallery 9 Office Complex Nymphe 19 Munich, Walter & Bea Betz office 10 Pinakothek der Moderne 20 Munich, Stephan Braunfels museum 11 U-Bahnhof Candidplatz 21 Munich, Architekturbüro Egon Konrad subway station 12 Munich, Auer+Weber passage, tunnel Munich, MVRDV office, urban plan Munich, Lydia Haack dwellings 7 Munich, Allmann Sattler Wappner apartment, office 14 Munich, Herzog and De Meuron football stadium Munich, Florian Nagler church, religion 6 Munich, Behnisch Architekten olympic stadium, sport Jewish Center Munich, Vogt Landschaftarchitekten park Munich, LAI Architekten commercial space, museum, showroom 5 Munich, Allmann Sattler Wappner church, religion Munich, Wandel Hoefer Lorch Architekten synagogue, museum, community centre Munich, Coop Himmelb(l)au culture, education 4 zeb Munich - Workplace of the Future 22 Munich, Evolution Design office 13 Munich, Coop Himmelb(l)au commercial space, exposition space, showroom Gamsei 23 Munich, Buero Wagner bar 1 NU Office Munich, Falk von Tettenborn Architekturbüro office MAN Bus Forum MAN Truck Forum Sphere HighLight Business Towers Park Plaza Funeral Parlour Munich-Riem Rewriting Stairs U-Bahnhof Westfriedhof Museum Brandhorst Maximiliansforum 35 Media Linien of Munich's Olympic Village 36 U-Bahn Hasenbergl 37 Five Courtyards Munich, Herzog and De Meuron commercial space, culture, exposition space, horeca, leisure, passage, shopping centre Galeriahaus Messestadt Riem Munich, Röpke Architekten housing, restaurant, social housing 30 U-Bahnhof Sankt-Quirin-Platz 40 Munich, Hermann + Öttl Architekten BDA train station 31 U-Bahn Georg-Brauchle-Ring 41 Munich, Franz Ackermann subway station 32 Munich, Auer+Weber subway station Munich, Braun + Partner Architekten subway station Munich, Olafur Eliasson art 27 Munich, meck architekten cemetery, memorial space 34 Munich, Hans Hollein art, fountain, square, urban plan Munich, Otto Steidle housing 26 Munich, Murphy-Jahn hotel, mixed-use development, office Apartment and Commercial Building Herrnstrasse Munich, Peter Haimerl art, installation, meeting room, passage Munich, Olafur Eliasson sculpture 25 Munich, PMP Architekten information centre, museum, shop Munich, Herzog and De Meuron housing, office Munich, PMP Architekten information centre, museum, shop 24 U-Bahn Marienplatz 42 Munich, Alexander Freiherr von Branca subway station 33 Munich, Sauerbruch Hutton s museum Cafe Reitschule 43 Munich, Palais Mai bar, cafe 2 Pavillons Kandinsky 44 Munich, Palais Mai pavilion, shop 3 photo: Hanns Joosten photo: Hanns Joosten Jauch House Sonnenblumenstraße Munich The task of modernization and reorganization of an existing house dating from the 1930s lead the architects to a clear addition of a new space for living Red anodized aluminium panels form an inspiring individual volume, connected to the existing building by a glass joint The anodized panels show the owners' longing for colour and the architect's ambition for sustainability Project is not public! photo: Hanns Joosten Floor area/size m² General consultant Gruber + Popp Architekten Institut für Nachhaltigkeit Lotte Jauch & Professor Karl-Walter Jauch timo_mecking 4 photo: Piotr Krajewski photo: Piotr Krajewski Academy of Fine Arts Akademiestraße Munich Based on the idea of transforming the 3 different urban spatial systems which come together on the site: the axial system of Leopoldstrasse / Akademiestrasse with its stately buildings; the structure of Schwabing, developed over time with its small-scale, differentiated buildings; and the garden areas of Leopoldpark and Akademiegarten with their historical trees The open configuration of buildings is locked together produced a sequence of transitory space between the park and urban space: the glass facade as a media membrane, the gate to the Academy, the inner court, the studio terraces as the connecting link and gate to the park Diagonal ramps and gangways connect the functional areas of the various parts of the building and thus the different departments In this way, and energized complex is created, which corresponds ideally to the diversity of creative activity photo: Piotr Krajewski Floor area/size m², Interior architect Coop Himmelb(l)au pkrajewski_pl Freistaat Bayern Mon-Fr: 7-21 Sat: photo: Piotr Krajewski photo: Piotr Krajewski Herz Jezu Kirche Lachnerstrasse Munich The glass cube is not immediately recognizable as a church The church was designed as a room within a room A glass cave with a gigantic gate houses a wooden shrine, which is the real church Filtered light produces a sacred atmosphere in the interior (from Munich ure and DesignteNeues) photo: Piotr Krajewski Floor area/size m², Interior architect Allmann Sattler Wappner pkrajewski_pl Erzbischöfliches Ordinariat München Every day Tuesdays photo: Piotr Krajewski photo: Piotr Krajewski Mercedes-Benz Centre Arnulfstrasse Munich The transparent building offers optimal show possibilities on one of the busiest traffic bridges in Europe The completely glass structure looks like an over-sized display window and together withe the 65 meter tall, elliptical glass tower, it marks the western entrance to the city centre (from munich-archand desing; teneues) From me: Nice showroom and museum, not so good like Mercedes Centre in Berlin or Bmw Welt but anyway, you can make photos, and sit in almost every new car The elevation make the best attraction in the night photo: Piotr Krajewski 2002 LAI Architekten Mercedes-Benz pkrajewski_pl The Showroom is open on Monday - Friday: Saturday: Sunday: hr Tel or 7 photo: Piotr Krajewski photo: Piotr Krajewski Olympic Stadium Munich Spiridon-Louis-Ring Munich Situated at the heart of the Olympiapark München in northern Munich, the Olympiastadion was the main venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics With a capacity of 80,000, the stadium also hosted events including football's 1974 World Cup Final and 1988 European Championship Final The Olympic Park in Munich is impressive with its outstanding architecture and it is still in keeping with the times In contrast to many other Olympic sites it still continues to be filled with life everyday Every year five million people come to the Olympic Park and buy a ticket - either to do sport themselves, to use tourist attractions or to watch the numerous top events and entertainments And this figure does not even include the many thousands of people walking or jogging in the park 1972 Main designer, Behnisch Architekten Frei Otto pkrajewski_pl photo: Piotr Krajewski Daily until 14 October: 830am - 830pm from 15 October: 900am - 430pm Entrance price 2 euro Public transport: U-Bahn line U3 to Olympiazentrum, about 10 min Then walk towards the stadium Tram line 20 and 21, stop at Olympiapark West Tram line 27 stop at Petuelring Tram line 12 stop at Infanteriestraße (Tollwoodgelände) Bus 173 stop at Olympiazentrum and Olympia-Eissportstadion Bus 52 stop at Infanteriestraße (Tollwoodgelände) 8 photo: Stefan Müller-Naumann photo: Stefan Müller-Naumann Münich-Riem Church Centre Platz der Menschenrechte Munich In this shared church centre for Catholic and Protestant believers, architect Florian Nagler defined the spatial presence of the church in terms of urban planning Free-standing Catholic and Protestant churches, each with its own spire, would have been farcical, so instead Nagler has housed the mix of spaces in an ensemble that presents itself outwardly in a snow-white shell: in situ-concrete walls faced with white painted brick surround the complex, giving it a sacred aura The two church spaces are identifiable from the outside by full-length concrete lamellae the Protestant church rather spartan, based on a square floor plan, the Catholic slightly more luxurious, with expressively designed windows and a trapezoid floor plan The meeting halls, nursery, administrative offices and clergy accommodation are arranged around two courtyards There is no sense of a dominant architectural figure here; on the contrary, the church centre fits in excellently with the surrounding buildings 2005 Florian Nagler Kirchenzentrum München-Riem Ursula_Baus photo: Stefan Müller-Naumann Located in the Munich-Riem area U-Bahn station 'Messestadt-West' is nearby 9 photo: Florian Holzherr photo: Florian Holzherr Residential and Office Building Nymphenburger Strasse Munich Münich architects Allmann Sattler Wappner have converted a listed factory building, mainly for their own use With the exception of the external walls, a few iron supports and an old stairwell, the insides of the existing building (dating from 1893) were completely removed The architects now occupy the first floor and the attic and, as one would expect for a factory conversion, the large office is completely open-plan The rooms on the attic storey were set well back from the original wall line, allowing space for a roof garden The second building on the site, an elongated six-storey block that extends between the street and the factory, now contains nine apartments The technical innovation in this building is to be found in the staggered, street-facing windows: to achieve soundproofing, the window units have several parts: behind the upright rectangular façade panel, there is a horizontally pivoting window that can be used to regulate ventilation without admitting traffic noise photo: Florian Holzherr Project is not public! 2005 Landscape designer Allmann Sattler Wappner Realgrün Undisclosed Christian_Welzbacher U-Bahn stations 'Mailingerstrasse' and 'Rotkreuzplatz' are both nearby 10 photo: Sascha Kletzsch photo: Sascha Kletzsch Micro Compact Homes Grasmeierstrasse Munich Small, easily transportable spaces for low-red-tape deployment have been realized by a generation of new architects They are unconventional cellular spaces designed to be mounted on or docked with existing houses, as suspended or standalone units They form a category distinct from campervans and caravans, which remain within the domain of automotive design The Micro Compact Home, however, does a wonderful job of straddling the dividing lines between the disciplines of town planning, architecture and car design The cuboid home with an overall length of 266 metres in not intended for modern nomads but primarily for use on temporarily available sites for the likes of students The cubes consist of a wood sandwich construction with an aluminium outer skin and an inner cladding of ployurethane foam and PVC They are gently staggered along a slightly raised pathway offering a degree of collective cohesion to counterbalance their individuality photo: Sascha Kletzsch Project is not public! 2005 Main designer, Structural engineer Associate architect Lydia Haack John Hoepfner Brengelmann Engineers Richard Horden Studentenwerk München Ursula_Baus U-Bahn station 'Studentenstadt' is nearby From the station, walk down Grasmeierstrasse The Micro Compact Homes will be located on the left 11 photo: Andreas J Focke photo: Andreas J Focke Public Passage Alter Hof Alter Hof Munich Passages are often regarded as no more than a link between A and B and that is usually what they look like, too: anonymous and non-designed Small wonder that such urban spaces quickly deteriorate into places you would rather avoid Pfarré Lighting Design created the reverse - a passage so inviting that you would willingly go out of your way to walk through it This passage takes the form of a flight of steps that runs through the former imperial residence of Munich, the Alter Hof Thanks to the bronze sheets cladding walls and ceiling, the space has a distinctive, warm character The variously sized sheets are arranged in vertical bands with every so often a gap for recessed white fibre optics which present as subtle light slits The main lighting is integrated with the underside of the specially designed handrail in the middle of the stair With the aid of reflectors, the light shines down onto the granite treads from where it is bounced upwards to reflect off the bronze sheeting 2006 Main designer, Artist Auer+Weber Pfarré Lighting Design City of Munich Kirsten_Hannema photo: Stefan Mueller-Naumann The passage connects the Alter Hof with the Sparkassenstrasse 12 photo: Piotr Krajewski photo: Piotr Krajewski BMW Welt Am Olympiapark Munich ure has been very popular with car makers in recent years; one after the other they have embarked on high-visibility branding exercises Mercedes Benz engaged UN Studio to design a Mercedes museum in Stuttgart, and in the same city Porsche is building a museum designed by Delugan Meissl Meanwhile, in Paris, Citroen has just taken delivery of a new showroom on the Champs Elysées With 'car architecture', as with the cars themselves, each new project looks bigger, more streamlined and faster than the one before Coop Himmelb(l)au designed a spectacular steel and glass tornado for BMW World, 'a centre for brand experience and vehicle delivery' The new building complements the striking four-cylinder head office (Karl Schwanzer, 1973) and the adjacent, shell-shaped BMW museum Set on a corner plot, the double-conical structure with event room fans out into a sculptural roof beneath which the customer lounges are suspended in the main hall 2007 Coop Himmelb(l)au BMW pkrajewski_pl photo: Piotr Krajewski 13 photo: Jewish Museum St-Jakobs-Platz photo: Jewish Museum St-Jakobs-Platz Jewish Center St-Jakobs-Platz Munich St-Jakobs-Platz, adjacent to Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt, is home to a new building complex which includes the Jewish Museum run by the city of Munich, as well as the new Jewish Center run by the Jewish community Saarbrücken-based architects Wandel Hoefer Lorch, commissioned with the design of the entire complex, have given the three buildings a unified appearance by using the same material on all facades At the same time, St-Jakobs-Platz is being redesigned into an arena for urban life that can serve many different purposes Regina Poly designed the platform or tray on which the new buildings rest photo: Jewish Museum St-Jakobs-Platz Main designer, Landscape architect Wandel Hoefer Lorch Architekten Regina Poly City of Munich MI_MOA Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am-6 pm 14 photo: Allianz Arena photo: Allianz Arena Esplanade Werner-Heisenberg-Allee Munich The surroundings of the Allianz Arena are an entire landscape All visitors reach the stadium itself via the Esplanade, a roof of waves, curves and ripples over the car parks measuring 543 metres by 136 metres and landscaped to blend in with the prevailing heath vegetation of the surrounding area The building and the landscape architecture are mutually dependent Spectator routes emerge directly from the car parks, the bus parking and via a short transition route from the Fröttmaning underground station Routes are cut lengthways into the Esplanade, housing retail facilities and 55 ticket kiosks, with a full and uninterrupted view of the Arena from within This hybrid combination of landscape and park is intended not only as a platform for the stadium building but also as a deliberate starting-point, a route for the football fans through which their enthusiasm and anticipation on the game grows as they approach the stadium photo: Allianz Arena Floor area/size m² Landscape architect Vogt Landschaftarchitekten Allianz Arena / FC Bayern München & TSV 1860 München MI_MOA The stadium organizes guided tours at 1 pm daily! see: Ticket offices inside the Esplanade: Mon - Fri Matchdays: The stadium opens 35 hours before Bayern home games, 25 hours before TSV 1860 home games The shop World of Brands is closed, and guided tours do not operate, on matchdays and days featuring an event Spectator routes emerge directly from the car parks, the bus parking and via a short transition route from the Fröttmaning underground station From Munich's main station or Munich East catch the S-Bahn to Marienplatz and change to subway line U6 15 photo: Allianz Arena photo: Allianz Arena Allianz Arena Werner-Heisenberg-Allee Munich Built in a record time of 30 months, the Allianz Arena is one of the most modern and architecturally unique football stadiums in Europe It has not only captivated football fans, but many others with its breathtaking architecture and spectacular illuminated facade Swiss architects Herzog and De Meuron designed the building purely as football stadium The façade and roof is a composition of transparent and translucent ETFE laminate panels on a steel supporting structure Every panel has a transparent inner Those forming the facade have a translucent white outer, but the roof panels are completely transparent, allowing sunshine and light to fall onto the pitch The stadium is lighted in the colours of the two Munich clubs (FC Bayern München red colour and TSV 1860 blue) who have their home-base in this arena; white for national games Capacity of the Arena is 69000, unique 3-tier Arena in with a great closeness to the pitch through a high inclination of the tiers photo: Allianz Arena Floor area/size m² Landscape designer Associate architect Herzog and De Meuron Vogt Landschaftarchitekten Herzog and De Meuron Allianz Arena / FC Bayern München / TSV 1860 München MI_MOA World of Brands (ArenaTours): Mon Sat , Sun + Public holidays Arena a la carte restaurant: daily Ticket office: Mon - Fri Matchdays: The stadium opens 35 hours before Bayern home games, 25 hours before TSV 1860 home games The World of Brands is closed, and guided tours do not operate, on matchdays and days featuring an event The stadium organizes English guided tours at 1 pm daily! see: All visitors reach the stadium itself via the Esplanade, a landscaped roof over the car parks Spectator routes emerge directly from the car parks, the bus parking and via a short transition route from the Fröttmaning underground station From Munich's main station or Munich East catch the S-Bahn to Marienplatz and change to subway line U6 16 photo: Rob 't Hart photo: Rob 't Hart Unterföhring Park Village Betastraße Munich After winning the competition in 1999, MVRDV was commissioned to develop a master plan for an office park in a commercial area north east of Munich 19 different buildings are arranged on a shared plaza in order to create the highest possible density with an urban atmosphere A parking level under the entire site has one central exit to the plaza level The car free plaza functions as a public meeting point Private gardens, lawns and terraces on the roofs form another landscape, visible only from inside the offices Surrounded by trees and hedges, the ensemble receives a green belt The Village fills a central void in the commercial area of Unterföhring Park and thus becomes the new centre 4 of the 9 buildings in the first phase are planned by Lauber architekten (Munich) and five by MVRDV The houses vary in volume and façade material as determined by the master plan This results in a heterogeneous ensemble, contrasting the large-scale projects in the neighbourhood photo: Rob 't Hart Floor area/size m² Main designer, Associate architect MVRDV BGSP+Kraemer ARUP Merkur GmbH&Co MVRDV The masterplan in total is public to visit, the buildings however, are not 17 photo: Evan Chakroff photo: Evan Chakroff Sammlung Goetz Oberföhringer Straße Munich The Gallery for a Private Collection of Modern Art, Goetz Collection in Munich, of 1992 is a free-standing volume that can be used as both a public and a private gallery The architectural conception for the building is derived from the collection of works that have been assembled, name
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