With its concept of Office, Garden and Town Hall and the unmistakable architectural language of David Chipperfield, KARL represents an independent approach that provides important impetus for the development of the former brewery quarter behind Munich Central Station. It is a changing neighbourhood that is developing its enormous future potential in a central city centre location. In the future, innovation and tradition will go hand in hand with business and tourism here.
A CHANGING NEIGHBOURHOOD
KARL is making an important contribution by defining a new chapter for the site. Conveniently located, Munich Central Station, Karlsplatz Stachus and Marienplatz are all within easy walking distance. The Munich Museum Quarter is on KARL's doorstep and connects it with the other Munich architectural icons, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Brandhorst Collection and the Lenbachhaus.
MUSEUMS IN THE AREA
Munichers love nearby Königsplatz for its vastness and magnificent views in the heart of the city.
The University of Television and Film Munich is surrounded by the extensive green areas of the Munich Art Quarter.
In Munich, history is alive in the present. Refreshingly different, refreshingly Bavarian. The Munich Art Quarter, which attracts countless visitors from all over the world to the city, is as exciting as the developments in Munich's former brewery district. That's why "open mind" and "high end" are inseparably bound together at KARL – for the neighbourhood, Munich, and its guests.
The Brandhorst Museum by architects Sauerbruch Hutton has quickly established itself as an architectural highlight in Munich.
Only a few minutes' walk away, the Lenbachhaus with the new extension by architect Norman Foster