Agile working at Mingard

Mingard, a new part of FIZ Future, is being built in Munich-North on approximately 40,000 square meters of gross floor space above ground. The master plan envisages an impressive and varied campus of four architectures, which is a striking urban building block and at the same time the prelude to the BMW site.

urban feel good

Key Facts

Location: Munich

Client: Hammer; GLL

Period: 2019 - ongoing

Size: 35.000 sqm

Commission: LPH 1-8

Certification: LEED Gold

The new course of Hufelandstrasse crosses a landscaped piazza, passes another building complex and finally flows into Oberhofstrasse. The two south-facing architectures are accessed both from the plaza and from the mezzanine level and are designed with a strong exterior. Interior spaces abound. Our southeastern component offers a lively curvature through projections and recesses in the interior building mass with numerous terraces, flexibly usable room structures and green roof areas.

Transition of inner and outer space

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