Das Preysing Palais is a late Baroque masterpiece in Munich on 27th Street. The building was a residence of Preysing family for more than a century till 1835 when it went into possession of a bank. Later on the palace was damaged in World War II and since the reconstruction by architect Erwin Schleich it has been used as a commercial property.
In October 2010, the Notary Notariat Frank + Schneeweiß with 22 employees moved in on the 2nd floor. Take a look what Stuart Stadler Architects had in mind for this 5,000 s.f. historical building interior. In contrast to the restored baroque the new interior is very modern with sophisticated lighting, texture and colors.
U.Grohs, K.Kramer, V. Strüh
Learn more about this project at www.planungswelt.de
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