The Welfenhöfe project consists of three courtyards: The Löwenhof,...
... and the Tassilohof
Depending on the section of the yard, the facade varies.
View from Tassiloplatz to the corner Regerhof/Löwenhof, 2021
View from Tassiloplatz to the corner Löwenhof/Tassilohof, 2021
Courtyards Tassilohof, 2018
The inner courtyards are interconnected. Here, the residents have created small places of retreat.
For the young residents there is a playground.
The district on Welfenstrasse, which was built in 2012, continues the block edge development of Munich city center. Projections and recesses widen and narrow the street space. The five to seven-storey apartment blocks form five courtyards. A common requirement for the four teams of architects was a plaster facade, which appears to move through different shades of white and gray, depending on the time of day and the angle of the light. The Welfenhöfe offers a variety of housing types and uses; in addition to owner-occupied and rented apartments, there are fully-funded and subsidized apartments, two children’s day nurseries and large spaces for offices and retail. All five interior courtyards are interconnected and designed, among other things, with hedges, deciduous trees, labyrinths, children's playgrounds and seating.
Builder: Bayerische Hausbau
Planning: 03 Architekten
Architecture: 03 Architekten, Hild und K, Peter Ebner und friends, Stean Forster Architekten
Landscape architecture: studio B Landschaftsarchitektur, WGF Nürnberg
LHM, Michael Nagy/LHM
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