Hanauer Straße


Study 2019 + Competition 2014

Development of a residential quarter on Hanauer Strasse

In the heterogeneous area between Neuhausen and Moosach, which is characterised by the most varied usages and building types, the design takes its strength from a certain independent identity:
Large multi-unit buildings are placed together to form a courtyard-like but open space. This results in building lines and independent spaces that establish themselves within the different aspects of the district as a new, autonomous location and, in addition, make strategic contact with their environment. The interiors are “informal courtyards” that are accessed via large archways and gaps between buildings. They thus create a permeable, urban-like transition between the different surrounding functions.

  • Location: Munich
  • Competition: 2014, (Urban planning aspect: 1rst prize, Constructional implementation aspect: Acclaim)
  • Awarded by: Stadtwerke München GmbH (Public Services of the City of Munich) in coordination with the Bavarian State Capital Munich
  • Project Team: Florian Hartmann, Andreas Müsseler, Oliver Noak, Lisa Yamaguchi, with Marcel Meili, Markus Peter, Franziskus Martin, Sophie Pittico
  • Urban Planning Aspect:
    Gross Floor Space: approx. 58.000 m2
    Building Site: approx. 3,1 ha
    Floor Space Ratio: approx. 1,8
  • Constructional Implementation Aspect:
    Gross Floor Space: approx. 12.400 m2
    Building Site: approx. 5.600 m2
    Floor Space Ratio: approx. 2,2
    Landscape Architects: Keller, Damm, Roser Landschaftsarchitekten, Munich
Model photo urban realization part
Model photo structural realization part
Model photo urban realization part
Model photo structural realization part
Black Plan
Site Plan
Visualization development courtyard
Floor Plan Ground Floor
Floor Plan 1rst Floor
Section A-A
View South
View East
Facade section /­ partial view