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Meiller Gärten offers new living space in Munich.

Living space in large cities is rare, so that finding a suitable flat in Berlin, Frankfurt or Munich that meets one’s expectations can almost be compared to winning the lottery. The implementation of the “Meiller Gärten” project in Moosach in the Bavarian capital was therefore eagerly awaited by many. At the beginning of 2019, the time had finally come: the first tenants could move in; the first 116 flats on the Meiller site were completed. The theme of sustainability was writ large in this project by the developers: High-quality materials are to secure the stock and also offer future generations a home, a place to meet and an idyll of cultural occurrences.

Green architecture unites young and old, families and singles.

In the meantime, an entire residential complex has been created, which, in addition to 644 flats, offers a green inner courtyard with a playgrounds, a sledding hill and a large meadow for romping. Residents of the 6.7-hectare complex – business people, senior citizens, families and singles – meet on 1.9 hectares of green space and the connecting paths made of natural stone. Here, paving slabs and block steps made of light grey belgrano® granite stone were used, connecting a total of eight construction areas and forming a unity through a coordinated lighting concept.

While the basic structure of the project was developed by the architectural offices of Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten and prpm Architekten, another five renowned architectural offices were involved in designing the Meiller Gardens into a green quarter with its own identity and a high quality of life. Thus, different styles fit into a grid and combine, among other things, classical and purist architecture, tower, block edge, block and point house.

We create sustainable spaces for community, health, joie de vivre and neighborhood.

– Prof. Rainer Schmidt, landscape architect and urban planner, Bavarian Chamber of Architects, Munich

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