At the crossroads of Leopoldstrasse and Hohenzollernstrasse in the heart of Schwabing, the figure of a building emerges from the specific styles and eaves heights characterised in this sensitive area by Theodor Fischer’s construction plans.

The roof slopes steeply down to the prescribed eaves height of Leopoldstrasse, joins this in its development with the greater eaves height of Hohenzollernstrasse, clasps the building complex and integrates it in the street scene. The activation of the expressive roof shape and the support structure in the living rooms under the roof, together with the monolithic all structure and the intensive work on the plaster façade as a continuation of the broad Munich tradition, are further central topics of our work on this project.

  • Location: Munich
  • Competition: 2011 (1rst Prize)
  • Project since: 2012
  • Completion: 2017
  • Client: Development Partner AG, Düsseldorf
  • Project team – current: Florian Hartmann, Andreas Müsseler, Oliver Noak, with Marcel Meili, Markus Peter
  • Gross floor area: approx. 7.600 m2
  • Building site: approx. 1.800 m2
  • Floor space ratio: approx. 4,4
  • Landscape architects: Keller, Damm, Roser Landschaftsarchitekten, Munich
  • Project team – since the beginning: Julian Fischer, Tobias Fritzenwenger, Christian Hadaller, Enis Ben, Khemais, Luise Leon Elbern, Jenny Lutz, Markus Reher, Alexander, Richert, Benjamin Süß, Lisa Yamaguchi, Christoph Staude, Nora Walter, Eva Janusch, Chao Wu
  • Publications:
    „WETTBEWERBE WEITERVERFOLGT“, wettbewerbe aktuell 11.2017
Road Space
Black Plan
Site Plan
Facade partial View
Interior Apartement
Interior Apartment
Floor Plan 2nd Upper Floor
Floor Plan 5th Upper Floor
Floor Plan 6th Upper Floor
Cross section
Making plaster facade
Facade Detail
Model Photo
View by Night
Facade Sample
Detail View Facade
Model Photo Roof Window
Model Photo Interior Roof