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Mainbuilding - Munich Re

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Main building with ornamental courtyard, Königinstrasse 107

The Main Building at Königinstrasse 107 was built in 1912/13 to a design by the architects Oswald Eduard Bieber and Wilhelm Hollweck. With its characteristic elements of art nouveau and classicism, it has been a listed building since 1973.

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The stone figures "Air, Fire, Water and Earth" above the entrance to the Main Building, the work of Ernst Geiger (born in Berlin in 1861, died in Florence in 1941; painter, graphic artist and sculptor) and Josef Wackerle (born in Partenkirchen in 1880, where he died in 1959; sculptor and professor at the Academy of Visual Arts in Munich; artistic director of the Nymphenburg Porcelain Factory).

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Main building
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Main building (frontview of the garden)
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Main building (evening)
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Mainbuilding - Munich Re

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Reception, main building
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East Building - Munich Re

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East Building and forecourt, Königinstrasse 38

The East Building, located opposite the Main Building, was the first addition to Munich Re's office premises. Constructed in 1963, it was designed by Maurer, Denk and Mauder. With its anodized aluminium facade, it embodies the clear lines of 1960s architecture. On the forecourt there is an aluminium fountain “Version two” by the Munich sculptor Georg Brenning, which has been situated there since 1965. This was joined in 2000 by the aluminium sculpture “Concave rounded” by Rupprecht Geiger.

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South Building - Munich Re

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Building South 1, Gedonstrasse 10

After two years of rebuilding the office building on Gedonstrasse was reopened in spring of 2002. South 1 was completely restructured and renovated and now looks as if completely newly built. The alternation was done by the architects Baumschlager and Eberle from Austria who have redesigned a building from the seventies into a modern structure which complies with newest ecological technology.

Frontview of the altered and renovated Building South 1 Architects: Baumschlager & Eberle, Lochau, 2002
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Entrance to the altered and renovated Building South 1 Artist: Olafur Eliasson, Berlin Title: "Mooswand" (moss-covered wall), 2002 Installation
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Main entry hall of South 1
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South Building - Munich Re

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South 1
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South Building - Munich Re

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South 1 (evening)
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Muenchener Tor - Munich Re

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Munich Re offices at “Am Münchner Tor”, Schlüterstrasse 6–10

In May 2004, the group of Munich Re buildings at and around Königinstrasse was supplemented by a new office complex some three kilometres away in the north of Schwabing: “Am Münchner Tor”. The new offices, comprising a 85-metre high-rise and a six-storey building, were designed by Munich architects Allmann Sattler Wappner and provide workspace for some 1,200 employees.

View of the high rise building "Am Münchner Tor" Allmann Sattler Wappner architects, munich, 2004
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Frontview of the building "Am Münchner Tor"
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Frontview of the building "Am Münchner Tor"
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Münchner Tor (evening)
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Münchner Tor (evening)
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Münchner Tor (evening)
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Mandlstraße 3 and 5 (evening)
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Interieur Mandlstraße
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Mandlstraße 3
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Gästehaus Mandlstraße (Abend)
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Building North 6, Berliner Straße 95
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Building North 6, Berliner Straße 95
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Building North 6, Berliner Straße 95
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Building North 6, Berliner Straße 95
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Mandlstraße - Munich Re

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Building North 6, Berliner Straße 95
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