Conversion of the former parcel delivery office into an office complex and development center for a technology company.
The Arnulfstrasse 62 parcel delivery office was built between 1924 and 1930 according to the plans of the renowned architects Robert Vorhoelzer, Franz Holzhammer and Walter Schmidt. While the belt buildings surrounding the site were designed for general administrative purposes, the parts of the building inside were designed specifically for their functions: Workshop, vehicle hall, customs building and circular building with sorting machine and central delivery hall. Over the course of time, the listed ensemble was adapted to various usage requirements.
The now planned refurbishment, conversion and expansion of the components will enable a sustainable new use as an office and development center, which at the same time creates space for exchange and professional cooperation.
Project Arnulfstrasse Munich Grundstücks GmbH ABC-Strasse 19, 20354 Hamburg
Allmann Sattler Wappner Architects Munich, Woods Bagot Architects, London