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Development of a new residential complex at Prinz-Eugen-Park in Munich / Oberföhring

The ecological housing estate is under construction on the grounds of the former Prinz-Eugen-Barracks. It consists of 36 residential units including 2no. 4-storey townhouses, 8no. garden courtyard apartments, a 3-storey housing block and a community building.

All dwellings are designed in timber to comply with the Passive House Standards. The buildings are timber frame construction with the floors and interior walls in cross laminated timber. To reduce the issues associated with thermal bridging, the wall structures of the garden courtyard houses are constructed incorporating I-Beams.


Structural and building energy challenges were particularly related to the underground parking in the basement, which extends under the townhouses. Elevator walls, balconies and stairwells are  implemented in cross laminated timber to utilise a significant amount of renewable raw material.

The underground car park is founded on pad and strip foundations and the basement slab is paved.

The residential complex is presented by the Informationsdienst Holz. 

Involvement:           Phases 1 - 6, + 8

Commencement of Construction:

                                   October 2017

Structure:                 Gross Area = 6,916 m²

                                   Gross Volume = 22,207 m³

Cost:                          approx. €10,2 million gross (KG 300+400)

Client:                       Baugemeinschaft Team3 GbR

Architect:                 ARGE ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin GmbH,                                          Munich & Johannes Kaufmann Architektur                                            GmbH, Dornbirn

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