4F Stand at ISPO

4F Stand at ISPO, Munich

Before the South Korean Olympic Games begin, the Olympic collections have been presented at world’s biggest sport fair –ISPO Munich 2018, where they were on display at a stand designed by architects from mode:lina™ studio.

Paulaner Headquarter Munich office building

Paulaner Headquarter Munich Building

Urban development and landscape planning competition for reuse of Paulaner brewery building in Munich, 1st prize, architectural design competition won by Hierl Architekten. The courtyard design gives the Paulaner headquarters an identifiable building and also references the former Zacherl brewery.

Munich Office Buildings – Offices Bavaria

Munich Office Architecture, Offices in Bavaria, Architects, Images, Projects, German Designs Munich Office Buildings : Bavarian Architecture Key Commercial Buildings in south east Germany Major Munich Office Development 15 Nov 2016 Headquarters Microsoft Germany Design: HPP Architects photo : Bodo Mertoglu Headquarters Microsoft Germany The project development comprises an administrative building, completed in 2016, of…

House V

House V in Munich

Architect: Jakob Bader

House V is a large house on a small plot and built with a limited budget. On the outside it is very red and on the inside very raw. The house is well insulated and includes a geothermal pump and air-handling system minimising operation and maintenance costs.

Headquarters Microsoft Germany

Headquarters Microsoft Germany in Munich

Design: HPP Architects

To provide the best working environment for its employees, the company looked for a new location. Together with property agents Colliers, HPP Architects were invited to take part in the selection process, and as a team they designed the project development of Argenta in Munich.

HVB Tower

HVB-Tower in Munich

Design: HENN

Based on a design by HENN, the listed building, which was the brainchild of the architects Walther and Bea Betz, underwent energetic restoration and comprehensive restructuring of the interior rooms.

Am Hirschgarten Buildings in Munich

Am Hirschgarten Buildings in Munich

The project’s urban planning requirements mandated economical, sustainable, and flexible buildings, whose programming could also accommodate a future conversion–for instance–into residential spaces. ‘Am Hirschgarten’ therefore constitutes four horseshoe-shaped buildings, each with a plinth of six to seven stories.