JOSEPH PSCHORR HAUS

JOSEPH PSCHORR HAUS

Architecte
KUEHN MALVEZZI

Lauber + Zottmann
Lieu
München, Germany | View Map
Année du projet
2013
Catégorie
Bureaux

Magasins

Appartements
Histoires par
KUEHN MALVEZZI

FAKRO
© Ulrich Schwarz

Joseph Pschorr House

KUEHN MALVEZZI en tant que Architectes.

A commercial building woven into the fabric of the city, the Joseph Pschorr House combines flexible retail space with quality residential typologies and carefully designed open areas. Three discrete architectural units gracefully integrate the structure into its urban context and present different aspects on each of the three facades. At the center of the complex is a courtyard, which widens upward through a three-story greenhouse to merge with a spacious rooftop garden. 

Bronze facades and windows mark the building as a contemporary interpretation of historical architectural craftsmanship. On the south facade, pale stucco and widely spaced windows create a distinct presence that fits elegantly with the historical structures of the adjacent residential area.   

JOSEPH PSCHORR HAUS

FAKRO en tant que Windows.

The newly erected Joseph Pschorr Haus located in the centre of Munich between Neuhauser Straße, Eisemannstraße and Altheimer Eck was designed by architect Kuehn Malvezzi of Berlin. The building is 50 metres high, has 5 floors and an underground garage with over 200 parking spaces.


On the site of the present building there was formerly a large beer-house and brewery named “Pschorr”, from which the present building gets its name thus combining tradition and modernity. The clients opted for a high-quality finish of the building.


Shiny façades are made of glass and metal. 120 pivot and top hung and pivot FAKRO windows featuring double-chamber glazing units are installed in the building. Windows are combined with the roof surface by means of specially designed flashings made of the material provided by the client.

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