NEWS

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05.04.22

NEW TOWN HALL DASING: DECISION FOR IMPLEMENTATION

In a special session, the Dasingen municipal council dealt with the planning for the new administration complex. The committee was very satisfied with the proposals from Haack + Höpfner Architekten and commissioned the offices involved with the implementation planning.

To the  newspaper article  of the Aichacher Zeitung from April 7th, 2021

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17.12.21

MERRY CHRISTMAS

An eventful year lies behind us, with changes and challenges that nobody expected in this way. The good thing is that together we not only managed to cope with the circumstances, but also to shape a lot in a positive way and to bring it forward, despite the restrictions for the mutual cooperation, which we have become all the more aware of as a special value. With this in mind, we would like to thank you for the good cooperation, your support and your trust.

We wish you and your loved ones a peaceful holiday and good health, confidence and success for the New Year.

Our office closes from December 22nd, 2020 up to and including January 9th, 2021.

07.12.21

NEW BUILDING TOWN HALL DASING: DECISION FOR THE WOODEN SLAT FACADE

In the parish council meeting of the parish of Dasing, the parish councils voted very clearly, with 16: 2 votes, in favor of the planned facade. The previous skepticism about the building material wood and the narrow slats as filters also in front of the windows has not least dispelled a visualization of the new town hall. On the contrary, the design was praised as being award-worthy and the possibility of cladding the existing building in this way was expressed as an idea. 

"It's a healthy mix of new and old" from the point of view of a council member.

 

To the  Newspaper articles  or e-paper  of the Aichacher Zeitung from December 9th, 21st

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21.10.21

L’EMPREINTE D’UN HABITAT - CONSTRUIRE LÉGER ET DÉCARBONÉ            AUSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG IM PAVILLON DE L’ARSENAL, PARIS

The exhibition, “The Footprint of a Dwelling”, analyzes thirty or so of these experimental constructions built between 1920 and 2020 that reflect the development of lightweight construction in industrialized countries. The pursuit of lightness isn’t a new one. The ambition of lowering the amount of material used in construction started one century ago in the context of a shortage of housing and materials. With the urgency to build more homes and the requirement to use fewer resources, a number of pioneers are inventing alternative architecture approaches. They are Richard Buckminster Fuller, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Albert Frey, Lawrence Kocher, Walter Gropius, Konrad Wachsmann, Jean Prouvé, Charles and Ray Eames, Makoto Masuzawa, Jorn Utzon…

The exhibition is presented chronologically around the 8 × 8 BCC house, designed by Jean Prouvé and Pierre Jeanneret, focussing on the comparative carbon footprint analysis of all experimental buildings. Being average in the comparison of carbon footprint per m2 of building envelope, the micro compact home is unique by its spatial organization which enables high usability, comfort and great flexibility within a minimum of space. By this the volume is reduced to a fraction in relation to a conventional internal layout and therefore lighter, using less material and allowing for an even smaller carbon footprint. Also outstanding is that the village of 7 micro compact homes is inhabited continuously since 2005. The experimental house has proven its suitability for everyday use.

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01.10.21

NEW NEUFERT BAUENTWURFSLEHRE ‘ARCHITECTS DATA’  IN 43. EDITION

The project ‘micro compact home’ has been included into the new edition of the internationally renowned Architects' Data (German: Bauentwurfslehre), also simply known as the Neufert, a reference book for spatial requirements in building design and site planning. First published in 1936 by Ernst Neufert its 43 German editions and translations into 17 languages have sold over 500,000 copies.

Now three projects of our practice have become part of this compendium of exemplary design, the modular design for pumping stations (Allguth Tankstelle Unterföhring, page 254), the Glass Car Wash (Gläserne Waschstraße Germering, page 255) and now the ‘micro compact home’ on page 363.

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14.09.21

BUILDING PERMISSION RÖMERHANG, WITHIN 10 WEEKS !

Joint effort of all involved participants, especially the support by the local authorities, made it possible to receive building permission for the additional buildings of this residential complex in Landsberg / Lech within such short time. The two buildings in hybrid timber construction contain 42 apartments and, framed by a continuous hedge a roof edge, a generous roof garden area and approx. 120 m2 of solar panels.

We thank all involved parties and now look forward to the realization.

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16.07.21

URBAN PLANNING COMPETITION  PUBLIC SPACES AT TOWN HALL EFFELTRICH

The design proposal of a generous multifunctinal public space which we developed with Jühling & Köppel Landschaftsarchitekten just missed the the price range. Many thanks to the design team !

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06.07.21

RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX RÖMERHANG

POSITIVE RESPONSE BY DESIGN ADVICE COUNCIL

The design and building application for two additional housing blocks in timber hybrid construction was developed and handed in under extreme time pressure. In the subsequent presentation the design council received the proposals very positively, with one remark. The elegant feature of a floating light pergola should be even more generous. The city granted the additional building volume. We expect building permission soon.

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17.06.21

DESIGN START TOWN 
CENTRE DASING

The design and input planning for the new town centre in Dasing was started and should be completed with the building application in the course of the year. We are looking forward to working with everyone involved!

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28.06.21

LYDIA HAACK IS THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE BAVARIAN CHAMBER OF ARCHITECTS

The 13th Representative Assembly of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects elected architect and urban planner Prof. Lydia Haack as Chamber President at its constituent meeting on June 25, 2021. By virtue of its legal mandate, the Bavarian Chamber of Architects represents the professional interests of more than 25,000 architects, interior architects, landscape architects and urban planners. This includes ensuring the performance quality of the profession as well as promoting building culture and also the necessary consumer protection.

 

Newly elected 1st vice president is architect Prof. Clemens Richarz. To the further vice-president landscape architect and town planner Franz Damm was appointed.

 

In addition to the President and the two Vice-Presidents, the members of the Chamber Board for the next five years are:

Dipl.- Ing. Univ. Karlheinz Beer, architect, town planner, Weiden 

Dipl.- Ing. (FH) Annette Brunner, interior architect, Munich 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Natalie Eßig, architect, Bamberg 

Dr.-Ing. Jörg Heiler, architect, urban planner, Kempten

Dipl.-Ing. Univ. Ariane Jungwirth, urban planner and architect, Munich 

Dipl.-Ing. Univ. Doris Lackerbauer, architect, Ruhpolding 

Dipl.- Ing. (FH), M. Eng. David M. Meuer, architect, Munich 

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28.06.21

CHAMBER ELECTION 2021

"I am very grateful for the trust the voters have placed in me and I look forward to working together. The Bavarian Chamber of Architects faces major challenges in making the profession fit for the future. These include climate protection, digitization and the promotion of young talent. Together with the board and the office, we will tackle these and all other tasks with the necessary respect and openness, as a Team"

 

– Lydia Haack after her election. 

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07.05.21

RANK 24 - ARCHITECTS

We are very pleased to receive the positive review from competitionline.

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19.04.21

SUSTAINABLE AND FLEXIBEL

The New Apostolic Church in Munich Laim


Conservation of resources, energy efficiency, flexibility of use and simple modular building constructions determine the work of our office as self-evident components of integral planning and design.

The New Apostolic Church is CO2-neutral. The community center is heated or cooled with a PV system and groundwater heat pump and feeds annual energy surpluses into the public grid. 

 

The flexible floor plan makes it possible to variably change the congregation rooms and to expand the sacred space from 200 to 500 seats. This makes it possible to continue to hold services for the congregation under the current spacing regulations.

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13.04.21

BLESSED RAMADAN

We wish a blessed, contemplative, peaceful and healthy holy month of Ramadan !

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01.04.21

HAPPY EASTER

Easter marks the beginning of the time when people can meet outdoors to shop at markets and squares and enjoy a sunny weather, the blossoming of the trees and a vivid cityscape. Especially in times of the pandemic, a well-designed public spaces, such as the as the yet unrealized Viehmarktplatz in Fürstenfeldbruck - favorite of the citizens after a multi-stage selection process - are particularly valuable for our society. 

 

We wish you a happy Easter and stay healthy !

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29.03.21

INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK

The spatial design of a sacred space interprets geometric principles of Islamic culture with a dome supported by radially offset pairs of arches. A spatial staging of the supporting structure geometry, the visible wooden surfaces of columns, arches and dome interior, as well as the dark shimmering room boundary with fluted plaster surfaces is achieved via the lighting design. 33 Overhead floodlights radiate from the lower edge into the supporting structure of arches and bays. Around the central skylight, 5 rings of 33 integrated LED spotlights illuminate the individual compartments and light the interior. The lighting control system makes it possible to set flexible lighting accents as needed or to ensure good conditions for reading, for example.

 

Lighting design Prof. Michael Schmidt www.mslicht.de

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12.03.21

PARAMETRIC MODEL

The design for the dome of the prayer hall is based on geomteric priciples of islamic art, with a 33 fold rotation of timber arches forming a central skylight. The structure of this oblate rotational sphere is constructed with beech plywood, due to its loadbearing capacity. On the basis of a digital 3d-concept model and in close collaboration with our team our partners Holzbau Amann and Design to Production developed a parametric model of the rotational ellipsoid sphere. Thus it was possible to define the segmentation of the filigrane structure consisting of 5-achs-milled plywood segments and optimise these for material efficient production and fast erection on site. A design process which is bridging traditional islamic art and modern digital timber engineering.

Holzbau Amann GmbH 

www.holzbau-amann.de 

Digital Design | Fabian Scheurer

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27.02.21

THE MODEL DECAYS, THE BUILDING WILL LAST

The development of our projects is based on a step-by-step approach, research, analysis of refrences, intense co-operation with our clients and consultants, also sketches, 3d-studies and many models. These range from urban planning scale to mass models, concept and materiality models, to 1:1 mock-ups and details of building components. Especialy concept and materiality models are made of basic and simple materials, related to the desired object in surface, haptic or play of light....

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11.12.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

The Yearbook of Architecture presents a selection of contemporary architectural projects around varying themes in Austria, Gemany and Switzerland. Excellent architecture is informed by complex relationships, as a response between individuality and contextual demands, under consideration of economy and sustainability. Five chapters, focussing on spaces for human presence in architecture follwing the Titles of  ‘Corporate’, ‘infrastructure’, ‘Culture’, ‘Education’ and ‘Housing’, are showing projects with special relationship to their local context and environmental issues.

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11.12.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

The Yearbook of Architecture presents a selection of contemporary architectural projects around varying themes in Austria, Gemany and Switzerland. Excellent architecture is informed by complex relationships, as a response between individuality and contextual demands, under consideration of economy and sustainability. Five chapters, focussing on spaces for human presence in architecture follwing the Titles of  ‘Corporate’, ‘infrastructure’, ‘Culture’, ‘Education’ and ‘Housing’, are showing projects with special relationship to their local context and environmental issues.

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11.12.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

The Yearbook of Architecture presents a selection of contemporary architectural projects around varying themes in Austria, Gemany and Switzerland. Excellent architecture is informed by complex relationships, as a response between individuality and contextual demands, under consideration of economy and sustainability. Five chapters, focussing on spaces for human presence in architecture follwing the Titles of  ‘Corporate’, ‘infrastructure’, ‘Culture’, ‘Education’ and ‘Housing’, are showing projects with special relationship to their local context and environmental issues.

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11.12.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

The Yearbook of Architecture presents a selection of contemporary architectural projects around varying themes in Austria, Gemany and Switzerland. Excellent architecture is informed by complex relationships, as a response between individuality and contextual demands, under consideration of economy and sustainability. Five chapters, focussing on spaces for human presence in architecture follwing the Titles of  ‘Corporate’, ‘infrastructure’, ‘Culture’, ‘Education’ and ‘Housing’, are showing projects with special relationship to their local context and environmental issues.

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30.03.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

During the session of the municipal city council, citizens and associated members took a stand on Dasing's new center. The coming year marks the kickoff of the planning for the new town hall and the surrounding squares on Kirchstrasse.

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30.03.20  

RESTAURATION OF A LISTED HOUSING COMPLEX

Research into the historic design and construction with proposals of restoration as part of the urban planning support program 'active city and neighbourhood centres' (Aktive Stadt- und Ortsteilzentren) for the listed housing complex of the 1920s. The design proposals for windows, roof and  colour scheme will now be realized with support of public funding.

03/25/20

COVID 19 - MEASURES

Our office responds to the current crisis situation with the following changes to protect everyone involved:

 

• Meetings in our practice will be reduced to the necessary and replaced by videoconference, phone or mail.

 

• Current work will be transferred to home offices , the presence in the office limited to the necessary under full consideration of safety measures and hygienics

 

• The office will continue uninterrupted with all projects to ensure the agreed quality of work, deadlines and project schedules. As usual we will be fully present for all project partners, consultants and clients by phone and mail.

We are confident that we are able to ensure the swift progress of all work with no loss and full respect for health and safety. Should there be any delay or limitation in communication despite our efforts please contact us. We will do our best for immediate improvement.

Thank you for your support and understanding !

Stay healthy !

12/24/19  

MERRY CHRISTMAS

We wish our clients, project partners, consultants, colleagues and friends Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and a peaceful festive time. We would like to express our thanks for the good cooperation and the togetherness in 2019.

Please note that the office will be closed between the days of 23. 12. 2019 - 06. 01. 2020.

15.12.19  

ADVENT IN DASING

We are very happy to be able to contribute to the further upgrading of the town center with the planning of the new town hall.
 

To get in the mood for our new project, we visited the Christmas market in Dasing. With the great commitment of the townspeople, the markets take place between the Maypole and the illuminated church tower on 2 Avent Sundays.

10/28/19 

NEW TOWN HALL DASING

In a two-stage-tendering procedure with design competition the proposal for a new urban heart convinced the client. Three buildings, one existing which is to be converted, and two new will define several public spaces as new village centre. Stepping in height between the Bavarian Maypole at the lower end and a historic walled church at the higher end these public spaces offer a new experience of the village heart, traffic free, pleasant to stay, for casually meeting with a neighbour or small public events. The new buildings will be traditional in shape and materiality yet modern in design and detailing.

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