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Munich’s historic district is still mostly identical to its historic municipal origin of 1158. But several new high-class constructions and restorations show a transformation within the city’s image. The awareness for the necessity of reform is growing, offering an interesting base for discussions on many levels. Tour 1 will show the importance of an exchange between architecture and art within the heart of the city.
Stop 1: Jewish Center
Stop 2: Officebuilding Oberanger, Staab Architekten
Stop 3: Hofstatt, Meili Peter Architekten
Stop 4: MUCA museum of urban and contemporary art
Stop 5: AIT–Architektur Salon
Stop 6: Donisl, Hild and K Architekten
The ever-growing population of Munich demands a consistent area management. The few open spaces within the inner city have to be used efficiently. The project “Perspektive Munich” pursues missions such as the opening of ground floor arcades. The extension of the pedestrian precinct also offers relief options. Tour 2 will offer many insights into innovative projects concerned with the organization of transportation within the city.
Stop 1: Marienplatz, Development and Extension of the pedestrian precinct of Munich
Stop 2: Sperrengeschoss Marienplatz, Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten with Ingo Maurer Lichtdesign, München
Stop 3: Marienhof, Infocenter 2. Stammstrecke (internal tour)
Stop 4: Palais an der Oper, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht, Munich
Stop 5: Parkhaus Thomas Wimmer Ring, Steidle Architekten with Stefanie Jühling Landscape architect (Speech at WÖHR + BAUER)
Munich's art district is situated within the heart of the city. It is one of Germany's most important cultural locations with its 16 museums and art galleries and six academies. Every visitor will experience a unique mix of art, culture and academics within just 500 square meters. In our foray through the art area, we will show you countless architectural and cultural highlights. We visit the Thiersch Tower of TUM, that was recently renovated for the 150th anniversary of the Technical University of Munich, which otherwise remains closed for the public. The tour takes us to the architecture bookstore Werner and ends in the Gallery Architekturgalerie Munich, where an exciting architectural exhibiton awaits you.
Stop 1: NS Dokumentationszentrum, Georg Scheel Wetzel Architekten
Stop 2: Egyptian Museum, Peter Böhm Architekten
Stop 3: Thiersch Tower of TUM – Refurbishment Architects Schmidt-Schicketanz und Partner GmbH, Munich (Indoor tour)
Stop 4: Gallery Architekturgalerie Munich