Way up high.
City apartments with a view.
High-end modernisation is masterfully improving the look and feel of this property in Munich-Obersendling built in 1969 using solid construction. Not to mention optimising the energy consumption. The extra storey being added will be home to tasteful penthouse apartments with huge roof terraces.
Good for people and the planet.
Environmental awareness and high living standards are reflected in many of the details of the 14 new-build apartments. In addition to ecological timber construction, the living roof will save energy through insulation and cooling as well as contributing to climate protection by capturing CO2.
Calling all individual city dwellers.
The one-room, two-room and three-room apartments offer residential space of between 41 and 108 m². And huge south- or west-facing roof terraces. With views across the rooftops of Munich – and all the way to the Alps on a clear day.
Respect for people and the planet.
Wood-based building materials – from the wood frame construction to the parquet flooring – create a balanced living space. Decisions concerning construction and interior design were driven by sustainable criteria, with transport chains even taken into consideration.