Systematica is working with Herzog & de Meuron on the PaketPost-Areal by BÜSCHL Unternehmensgruppe. The project consists of the renovation of the Paketposthalle, the historical Post distribution center in Munich West, and the development of an urban, inner-city district with a mix of housing, business premises and spaces for social and cultural activities. The masterplan envisages placing two towers of around 155m in height to become a new landmark for the city. The Halle will be transformed into a new open public space, activated by different daily cultural activities, events and concerts, reaching a capacity of 10,000 visitors.
Systematica carried out a comprehensive mobility strategy based on three main objectives:
– maximizing connections with mass transit;
– ensuring connectivity with the surroundings to support the project density; and
– reducing car dependency and parking needs by promoting sustainable mobility.
Other partners include VOGT Landscape Architects, Vössing Ingenieure, and Transsolar KlimaEngineering.
Learn more: https://www.systematica.net/project/paketpost-areal/
Image Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron