Redevelopment of a former 'Mutterhaus' for clinical use

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The listed 'Mutterhaus der Barmherzigen Schwestern' in downtown Munich will be renovated, energetically upgraded and converted for clinical use and administrative units of the University Hospital Munich.
The former church interior is turned into an event room. The examination and treatment rooms for physicians and psychologists of the outpatient clinic will be set up in the north and south floor of the ground floor. In front of these, a waiting corridor will be created opposite the cloister with a more private atmosphere. The main corridors will be designed to serve not only as traffic areas but also as recreation areas.
The project is currently in ongoing operations as you can see on the photographs.

Redevelopment of a former 'Mutterhaus' for clinical use

Client: Building Authorities Munich 2

Planning: 10/2016 - 03/2018

Construction Period: 03/2018 - Ongoing Project

Costs: approx. 20,0 Mio. EUR

Projectteam: Peter Helsper, Bärbel Heitzer, Andreas Müller, Anna Storm