München

Nursing home "Haus an der Tauernstraße"

Planning of the technical equipment for the new construction of a nursing home in KfW 40+ standard with assisted living and modern care concept as well as a supply kitchen
As a non-profit subsidiary of the City of Munich, Münchenstift operates numerous retirement and nursing homes in the city. The facility on Tauernstrasse in Harlaching, which has been in existence since the 1970s, was replaced by a new building erected on a neighboring plot of land. With light-flooded rooms, short distances and a well-designed interior, the home offers space for community activities as well as retreats. A restaurant and a hairdressing salon extend the offer to the outside. CANZLER was responsible for planning the technical equipment for the new building to the Efficiency House 40 Plus standard. A photovoltaic system with a total output of 172,000 kW and a combined heat and power plant powered by biogas cover 55% of the heat generation from renewable energy sources. Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery and controlled ventilation in the care rooms minimize energy requirements. The central supply kitchen in the basement serves all residents and the catering facilities. The building was planned with flat ceilings and columns in order to be able to react variably to future changes in the care sector and therefore the sanitary cores were planned as lightweight prefabricated cells.
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Project data

Object details:
Five-storey nursing home with 258 beds in single and double rooms (90/10) and a utility kitchen in the basement
Client:
MÜNCHENSTIFT GmbH
Architect:
Tronsberg Archi­tekten
GFA:
19.200 m2

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