Container System for Offices Werner-Heisenberg-Institute

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The Werner Heisenberg Institute (Max Planck Institute for Physics) in Munich Freimann was planned by the architect Sep Ruf in 1957 to 1960 for the Nobel Laureate Werner Heisenberg. Currently there will be realized restructurings in several construction phases concerning energy improvement and structural fire protection.

Considering the preservation orders there have been put up a container system for offices between the main building and the test hall for an interim solution. In this process the container system has been redeveloped and designed with a new colour concept.

Container System for Offices Werner-Heisenberg-Institute

Redevelopment

Client:
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Munich

Planning: 2014
Construction Phase: 2014 - 2015

Construction Period: 1 - 9

Project Leaders: Peter Helsper, Andreas Müller