A pioneer of architecture. An exciting concept. At the confluence of the three best districts: Schwabing, Neuhausen-Nymphenburg and Maxvorstadt. Never before has metropolitan living in Munich been so consistently re-imagined. Van B. Very urban living.
Van B - Ben van Berkel's new masterpiece. The international mastermind creates one of the most innovative architectural concepts in Munich. Expressive, dynamic, progressive. Striking and elegant at the same time the façade duality: copper-colored metal meets rough concrete. Inside-outside living: asymmetrical projections, glazed bay windows and balconies open up the boundaries between inside and outside. A unique design that is unparalleled.
»Van B will play a leading role in contemporary architecture in Munich.«
Ben van Berkel - architect
Every single apartment is Van B through and through. With specially designed fittings. Reduction determines the design. Not formal minimalism, but rather casually recollecting the the essentials. In symbiosis with the class of renowned manufacturers, it becomes a unique piece. Coherent and well thought-out. Modern, but sustainable. Less, but better.
Van B not only creates living space, it thinks it. Including outside the apartments. From the underground garage to the roof. A place that lives, that inspires. A place that leads the way.
Built on a square, surrounded by three districts: Schwabing-West, Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, Maxvorstadt. Van B uses the best. The typical flair of the relaxed Schwabing quality of life. The bourgeois, laid-back style of Neuhausen. The trendy, young lifestyle of Maxvorstadt.
Van B is not the only example of what becomes possible when potential meets creativity. In the immediate vicinity, a role model for Munich’s future is being created in terms of urban development: the “Kreativquartier”. A 20-hectare area that will become the city's new pioneering centre with a mix of living, knowledge, creation, culture, start-ups, tech scene and nature.
Another neighbouring site feature: the Lothstrasse campus - Munich's largest university of applied sciences location with almost 14,000 students. A location for education, further development and advancement.
Trendy restaurant or beer garden? Sushi or Obatzda cream cheese? Highball or beer? Nowhere else will culinary aficionados find such variety as they will around Van B. Its mix of of hip design locations and original traditional houses also creates a dynamic contrast and is quite simply fun.
Select boutiques, concept stores and shops line Hohenzollernstrasse, Schwabing's first shopping mile. Fresh produce and special delicacies are on offer at the Elisabethmarkt and, from 2023, two rooftop terraces from where you can watch the hustle and bustle of the market.
The Olympic Park - the epitome of local recreation, full of sporting opportunities and even more nature. Luitpoldpark with its neo-baroque Bamberger Haus is somewhat more stately. Schlosspark Nymphenburg and its river channel is an oasis in town. With lots of water, greenery and deers.
Art galleries, the Brandhorst Collection, the Architecture Museum - the Art District in Maxvorstadt is only a few minutes away by bike. A Mecca for friends of the visual arts. Lovers of the cinematic arts delight in the numerous cinemas around Van B. Theatres, galleries and pop-up events complete the bustling scene.
All public transport from underground, tram and bus can be found around Van B in a few minutes. Flights and trains are thus quickly accessible.
Those who want to be even more independent, even more mobile, can start directly from the underground car park with the car and e-bike sharing offers.
Destinations in Schwabing, Maxvorstadt and Neuhausen are within easy reach. The direct passage to the city centre will be even better with the planned bicycle and pedestrian route from the creative quarter.
The shell is finished! Van B becomes tangible and real.
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