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Wilhelm-Hausenstein-Gymnasium, Munich

CLIENT: City of Munich
ARCHITECT: Hascher Jehle Architektur, Berlin
SCOPE OF WORK: Polygonal timber composite stick system, aluminium stick system, window sills, sun protection, doors
IMAGE SOURCE: © Hascher Jehle Architektur

The new school complex in Bogenhausen consists of three buildings and a sports hall, connected by a common base. A “climate school” will be created, i.e. the facade is built in timber construction, facade and roof are greened and solar cells are installed. Completion is scheduled for 2024.


Rüdesheimer Strasse, Munich

Client:Theodor Triebenbacher, Munich
Architect:MRA Mayer Rettenmaier Architekten, Munich
Scope of work:unitised aluminium facades, aluminium stick system, steel stick system, Cosentino Dekton cladding, aluminium sheet metal cladding, attic, steel canopy, sun protection, circular sliding door
Image source:© smpl

A new, highly modern office building with six floors and an underground car park is being constructed in the Munich Westend.


Münster University Hospital - MedForCe and BBIM

Client:Universitätsklinikum Münster
represented by UKM Infrastruktur Management, München
Architect:Nickl Architekten, Munich
Scope of work:unitised curtain wall, aluminium stick system, steel stick system, rainscreen cladding, aluminium sheet metal cladding, clinker facades, sun protection, doors
Image source:

© Nickl&Partner Architekten

Two new research buildings will be realised at the university hospital in Münster: The Medical Research Centre with six and seven storeys and a floor space of approx. 12,500 m² and the Body & Brain Institute Münster with five storeys and a floor space of approx. 4,000 m².


Grammar School Gmunder Strasse, Munich

Client:City of Munich
Architect:h4a Gessert + Randecker Generalplaner, Munich
Scope of work:wood aluminium mullion transom facades with elements, steel mullion transom facades, fibre cement covering, sheet metal cladding, sun protection, doors
Image source:© h4a Gessert + Randecker Generalplaner

The new building is divided into two structures: To the west, the compact main building with the 6-storey grammar school for around 1,600 pupils and in the north a triple sports hall.


Hotel Königshof, Munich

Client:Geisel Privathotels, Munich
Architect:Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Berlin
Scope of work:wood metal box-type windows, aluminium mullion transom facades, steel mullion transom facades, rooflight, sun protection, doors
Image source:© Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Directly at the Munich Karlsplatz, also called Stachus, the new luxury hotel Königshof with ten floors and around 105 rooms and suites is being built. A vertical cut in the façade facing Stachus will be the prominent stylistic element.