In the middle of Munich’s Lehel district, located between Englischer Garten and the Isar River, Oettingenstraße intersects with Prinzregentenstraße. The location is exclusive and consequently, a tectonic architecture committed to the predominately stone city develops which adapts to the character of the surroundings and draws references from its characteristic style. The façade towards Oettingenstraße is finished with a cladding from prefabricated, slightly beige-coloured glass fibre reinforced concrete elements. In order to emphasise the prominent urban location, open loggias and bays are positioned in front of the conservatories, which can be completely opened up due to their folding windows; together, these three elements allows a variety of uses.
Building Owner: Hochtief Pandion Isarauen GmbH & Co. KG
Dates: 2011 – 2013
The courtyard façade continues the concept of the exterior façade with curtain wall panels from glass fibre reinforced concrete, which divide the volume and give the staggered building a discernible structure. The new building in the courtyard is also designed in this uniform style. Elements of the street façade appear in a modified variant: in order to emphasise the informal courtyard character, the corner supports at the balconies were omitted.
The floor plans of the residential buildings are based on the design by bzb Architekten from Munich. The total floor space on the 4,600-m² property amounts to approx. 12,960 m². The project company is Hochtief Pandion Isarauen GmbH & Co. KG.