Structural Alteration and Redevelopment of the central workshop on the site of the Max-Planck-Institute in Martinsried

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To create suitable rooms for a CNC-milling machine as well as offices for the workshop staff, the rooms of the tinman/metal roofer and the locksmithery had to be restructured.

For this reason the rooms have been dismantled to the shell. The bottom slab has been adapted to the weight of the CNC-milling machine. The insulation of the front façade has been installed on the inside. The intention was not to change the exterior appearance. The windows have been replaced by triple glazing tilt and turn windows and the striking shed roofs were insulated and replaced new skylights. The doors as well have been changed in accordance to the fire protection requirements.

Structural Alteration and Redevelopment of the central workshop on the site of the Max-Planck-Institute in Martinsried

Structural Alteration and Redevelopment

Client:
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Munich

Planning: 2013
Construction Phase: 2014- 2015

Gross Area: 150 sqm

Project Leader: Gerald Koniakowsky