Structural Alteration and Redevelopment of a Unit at the Max-Planck-Campus in Martinsried

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The Institutes for Biochemistry and Neurology are located at the Campus of the Max-Planck-Institute in Martinsried close to Munich. The buildings which are mainly built up in the 70s with concrete construction elements, with its external and internal supporting pillars and a staircase which acts as a stiffening core will be redeveloped and restructured.

The building part N has been restructured energetically and according to fire protection regulations during the restructuring. The new insulation of the façade has been installed on the inside of the walls. The intention was not to change the exterior appearance.

The offices of the team leader, director and the secretary are built with glass partitions and have been arranged around a shared communications sector. The rooms have been furnitured exactly according to the users wishes.

At the basement level vibration free foundations were necessary for the new development of a microscope including an enclosure which prevents from fluctuation of temperature and air.

Structural Alteration and Redevelopment of a Unit at the Max-Planck-Campus in Martinsried

Structural Alteration and Redevelopment

Client:
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Munich

Planning: 2011 - 2012
Construction Period: 2012 - 2014

Gross Floor Area: 2.314 sqm
Gross Volume: 10.133 cbm
Costs: approx. 5.9 mio. EUR

Project Leader:
Günther Schramm, Gerald Koniakowsky

Joint Venture with Fritsch and Tschaidse Architects Ltd. (GmbH)