Bavarian International School - City Campus

Planning of the technical equipment for the conversion of an existing office and commercial complex into an all-day school with sports hall and canteen.
The Bavarian International School (BIS) was founded in 1991 in Haimhausen north of Munich and serves students from more than 60 nations. To expand capacity, the Leopold Carré in Munich's Schwabing district was converted into the City Campus for the additional care of 500 students, thus increasing care capacity to a total of 1,200 students. CANZLER planned the technical equipment systems for the conversion. The existing building was a compact volume with different uses, which is why there was an increased requirement for the integration of technology and the areas were equipped with a partial sprinkler system, as they were part of a larger building complex. After the conversion, the campus has digitally equipped classrooms on four floors. A gymnasium, library and refectory were also implemented. The building is supplied with environmentally friendly district heating. A petrol station that was in the existing building and continued to operate had to be integrated into the conversion project during ongoing operations.
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Conversion of an existing office and commercial complex with integrated petrol station into a private all-day school for 500 pupils with full kitchen, canteen, and sports hall.
Leopoldstraße 208 GmbH&Co.KG (JP Residential VII. S.à.r.l.)
Maier Neuberger Archi­tekten GmbH
9.000 m2

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