The project aims to place the remote location behind the Ostbahnhof on the map, within a larger master plan to renew the old industrial area with a Boulevard of Music, a broad promenade linking the new music quarter with the station and the city cent
A skin of glass with deeply sloping surfaces, which rises up to 45 meters in height evoking the roof of a cathedral, delimits a translucent body that allows intuiting its inner life. The main concert hall ‘floats’ above the smaller one... [+]
A series of staggered volumes of different sizes, which house differentiated functions of the program individually, create a complex of great sculptural expressiveness, stressed by the perforated facades that mark out the cubic forms... [+]
A ramp of access surrounds the building, a ziggurat-shaped structure with slender concrete pillars placed rhythmically on the facade. The ascending spiral reappears inside, in the main concert hall, with the seating arranged along it... [+]
With a striking image, the facade resembles a fabric thrown on top of the building. The fold in the frontal plane frames the main entrance, which articulates two of the three volumes that make up the building, each one with a different function... [+
A structure with an industrial-like image emphasizes the longitudinal axis of the project. The accesses are large column-free spaces placed at the ends, occupying the entire width of the building and extending the outdoor public space... [+]
The concert hall is a musical ‘production plant’ and seeks permeability by placing entrances on four of its sides; the facade plays with transparencies and different materials – copper, cor-ten steel, and glass – subtly showing the interior activitie
Taking inspiration from the design of industrial silos, the monolithic volume is composed of smooth metallic skin cylinders. The facade is dematerialized at one of the corners, transformed into glass to accommodate a hall illuminated overhead... [+]
A skin of semi-cylinders of glass surrounds the main room unveiling the activities taking place inside the building and composing a solid prism with industrial echoes. The building opens up to the square through a large foyer... [+]
The proposal explores the classical principles of typology and draws inspiration from musical rhythms both in its bronze facade and in the hall’s interior. The glass-enclosed foyer becomes a large space for gathering and visits.
The newly created Schwabinger Tor neighborhood in the city of Munich boasts a new icon, a freestanding block with a striking stone relief facade. The relief effect is achieved thanks to the recessed arrangement of the window frames – so that only the
Almost thirty years ago MVRDV leaped to fame thanks, among other things, to its uninhibited way of crystallizing the diagrams of uses in constructions of a public nature. After all this time it seems that the formula still works, as we can see in the
The exhibition at the Architekturmuseum in Munich on the work of Francis Kéré, ‘Radically Simple’ serves to remember his long relationship with Spain.
En la zona conocida como Kunstareal de la capital bávara —un conjunto de museos de arte entre los que se encuentran la Pinacoteca Antigua, la Nueva y la de Arte Moderno— se ha inaugurado el Museo Brandhorst, obra del estudio berlinés Sauerburch Hut
El estudio Nieto y Sobejano ha diseñado para el Ayuntamiento de Múnich una nueva imagen para el Stadportal München Ost: cinco torres que a partir de variaciones de una misma planta poligonal de 1.100 metros cuadrados de superficie crecen entre 87 met
Al bajarse en la estación de metro Fröttmaning, a media hora de trayecto desde el centro de Múnich, el viajero no encuentra en principio nada que le llame la atención. El entorno donde se halla el nuevo estadio del bastión del fútbol muniqués reúne l