|Location||Northern Freiham, Munich|
|Dressler Mayerhofer Rössler Architekten|
|Execution time||2017 – 2020|
|Size GFA / NFA||32.630 m² / 16.650 m²|
|Construction costs||52.2 Mio. EUR|
|Service||Site supervision, LP 6-9|
|Project leader||Marko Mühmel, Dominik Freytag|
In the first of a total of three GWG quarters in Munich-Freiham, eight residential buildings with a total of 214 apartments, two day-care centers as well as a neighborhood center and a property management company are being built. The buildings are connected by two underground garages with 160 parking spaces.
The individual houses have a mix of different apartment types according to the rental subsidy models: the range extends from 1-room apartment to 5-room apartment.
Part of the apartments will be adapted for the disabled. Design features are the plaster facades with a floor-by-floor horizontal structure, as well as the projecting bay windows on the back of the building. They cause a close interlocking of the green inner courtyard with the living spaces.
The facades are characterized by spacious loggia glazing and floor-to-ceiling single windows, which are shifted in the individual floors to each other. The loggias on the street side receive glass sliding walls that reduce traffic-related noise.
The facades facing the green areas receive external textile curtains as sun protection, emphasizing the intimate character of the inner courtyard.