In the authentic St. Vinzenz neighbourhood of Neuhausen the first timber-hybrid ensemble in the inner city surroundings of Munich is taking shape. This means VINZENT is at once a pioneer for sustainability in the urban environment and a statement for futuristic living and working.
VINZENT is a pioneer. Its ecological orientation is both fundamental and avant-garde in terms of design and trendsetting comfort. Designed with sustainability to the fore, this visionary ensemble is the first of its kind in the inner-city surroundings of Munich. A one-off. In terms of sustainability, aesthetics and life quality. Designed by the multiple-award-winning architecture firm Allmann Sattler Wappner.
Professor Ludwig Wappner - architect
VINZENT is visually impressive, haptically stimulating and conceptually convincing. In form, function and colour. The combination of authentic materials with smart technologies results in a harmonious overall impression.
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The St. Vinzenz neighbourhood is local and urban. Its original Munich flair and energetic aura imbue this liveable neighbourhood in Neuhausen with its cosmopolitan character.
All forms of public transport – underground, trams and buses – can be found in a matter of minutes around VINZENT. This means the airport and train stations are within easy reach. Anyone who wants to be more independent and mobile can depart directly from the underground car park in a shared car or on an e-bike.
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A recycling concept was developed for the dismantling of the old existing building, which reuses demolition material in the sense of the circular economy. Around 8,000 m³ of broken concrete are processed in a stationary manner and used as secondary building material for road and building construction.
From October 2020 to March 2021, "Gabriele Space" was an interim use of the existing building. Artists and cultural workers, youth policy initiatives and actors from media and cultural education moved in during this time. Around 3,000 m² of studios, coworking spaces, exhibition, workshop, education and discourse rooms for a total of around 150 young adults were created.
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