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Munich: The Latest Architecture and News

Erhardt10 Apartments / Thomas Kröger Architekt

© Philipp Obkircher
© Philipp Obkircher

© Philipp Obkircher© Philipp Obkircher© Philipp Obkircher© Philipp Obkircher+ 20

Sudetendeutsches Museum / pmp architekten

© Simon Kramer© Simon Kramer© Simon Kramer© Simon Kramer+ 38

Munich, Germany

UNStudio Introduces New Flexible Urban Living Concept in the Van B Residences in Munich

UNStudio and Bauwerk have created a new ‘analog smart’ urban living concept for the Van B residences in Munich, Germany. The completely new form of housing reimagines the future of city living, catering to changing demographics and multiple family constellations. Through adaptable partitions and a system of plugin furniture, the project allows an easy change of configuration. “Quality meters over square meters”.

© bloomimages courtesy of UNStudio and Bauwerk© bloomimages courtesy of UNStudio and Bauwerk© bloomimages courtesy of UNStudio and Bauwerk© bloomimages courtesy of UNStudio and Bauwerk+ 16

Prinz-Eugen-Park Residential Complex / Rapp Architekten

© Conné van d´Grachten© Conné van d´Grachten© Conné van d´Grachten© Conné van d´Grachten+ 25

Bureau Borsche Office and Furniture System / Gonzalez Haase Architects

© Gerhard KellermannCourtesy of Bureau BorscheCourtesy of Bureau Borsche© Gerhard Kellermann+ 19

Tram Station Schwabinger Tor / Felix Fischer Architekten

© Rainer Viertlböck© Rainer Viertlböck© Rainer Viertlböck© Rainer Viertlböck+ 31

David Chipperfield and Mark Randel Design Residential Building for Euroboden in Munich

Commissioned by real estate developer Euroboden, Kolberger 5 is a contemporary take on the historical typology of Munich’s Stadtpalais. Designed by David Chipperfield Architects and Studio Mark Randel, the project featuring different size apartments is located at the entrance of historic Herzog Park.

Urban/Soup Market Fit for Soup Start-up / Designliga

© Andreas Hoernisch© Andreas Hoernisch© Andreas Hoernisch© Andreas Hoernisch+ 18

Munich, Germany
  • Architects: Designliga
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  62
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Magis

WERK12 / MVRDV + N-V-O Architekten

© Ossip van Duivenbode© Ossip van Duivenbode© Ossip van Duivenbode© Ossip van Duivenbode+ 36

Roof Extension Maxvorstadt R11 / Pool Leber Architekten

© Brigida González
© Brigida González

© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González+ 19

Iconic Awards 2019: David Chipperfield Win “Architects of the Year”

The winners of the ICONIC AWARDS 2019: Innovative Architecture competition, have been announced. The “Architects of the Year” went to David Chipperfield Architects, and “Interior Designers of the Year” was granted to Snarkitecture. As for the “Architects’ Client of the Year” prize, it was presented to the city of Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany.

Herzog & de Meuron Propose New Urban Plan for the West of Munich

Herzog & De Meuron presented this week to the public their new vision for the cityscape and the urban life of Munich. The plan revolves around a former postal railway hub, the Paketposthalle, an impressive concrete structure built in the 60’s, used lately as a sorting office for general mail. The 87,000 square meters site was recently acquired by Büschl, a private group of developers, who commissioned Herzog & de Meuron to create a new urban study for the area.

The World's Most Liveable Cities in 2019

For ten consecutive years, Vienna ranks first in the Mercer survey on cities with the best quality of life in the world. In this edition to the global ranking, eight Western European cities join the top ten, even when "trade tensions and populist undercurrents continue to dominate the global economic climate", as Mercer points out in its report.

David Chipperfield Wins Competition for Munich Pensions Fund HQ with "Clear, Formal Towers"

David Chipperfield Architects Berlin has won a design competition for a new headquarters for the Bayerische Versorgungskammer (Bavarian Pensions Fund) in Munich's Bogenhausen district. Designed in collaboration with landscape architects Atelier Loidl, the scheme is to be erected on the former Siemens site at 76 Richard-Strauss-Straße. Prevailing against 11 other submissions, the Chipperfield scheme was praised by the jury for its clear formal language, and highly-flexible floor plans.

3F Studio designs a 3D Printed Façade for Munich’s Deutsches Museum

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed façade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany. The German-based startup, founded by Moritz Mungenast, Oliver Tessin and Luc Morroni, originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed façade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

3F Studio specializes in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new façade.

3D Printing: Translucent building facades with integrated functions . Image © Andreas Heddergott / TUM© nuur.nu© nuur.nu© nuur.nu+ 11

3XN Design a Respectful Stadium for Munich's Olympic Park

3XN has designed a new multipurpose arena on the site of the former Olympic cycling track stadium in Munich’s Olympic Park. The Copenhagen-based firm was awarded the contract with German landscape and urban planning firm LATZ+PARTNER to design an 11,500-capacity arena that will serve as the home of German ice hockey champions Munich Red Bulls and German basketball champions FC Bayern Munich.

Manifesting as an oval structure, the sports arena “naturally and respectfully melds into the world-famous Olympic Park with its many iconic buildings.” A green roof combines with a façade of vertical lamellas to allow the scheme to blend with its urban context, with breaks in the lamellas forming glass-paneled entrances.

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InVision Launches Free Study Abroad Program for Designers

For architects with travel-related New Year resolutions, software company InVision has launched a free “Design Exchange” program for professional designers eager to see the world on a budget.

The “Design Exchange” program is open to any senior designer with over 6 years of professional experience and offers one-week-long, organized exchanges during every quarter of 2019. Destinations already announced include Sydney (Spring 2019), Copenhagen (Summer 2019), and Singapore (Winter 2020).