Munich: Studio and Apartment Building Künstlerhof

Künstlerhof, 1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck
Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

1930

Architect: Uli Seeck

Fountain: Emil Manz

Zum Künstlerhof 13–25, Munich

The seven sculpture studios were set up within the housing estate Neuhausen (overall planning by Hans Döllgast). Each studio consists of a two-storey workroom with 45 square meters of floor space, an adjoining room, a storeroom, a small bathroom and storage space for material in the attic. In the adjacent buildings Zum Künstlerhof 1–11 und Schluderstraße 41–47 there are thirteen further artists studios in the attic storeys.

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929-1930. Architekt: Uli Seeck

Künstlerhof, 1929–1930. Architect: Uli Seeck

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