Campus Development, Education, Private School, School Sport, Starnberg, BY, Germany
(1) site plan
(2) Middle School Building, view from Manor House
(3) Middle School, skylighted corridor
(4) Manor House
(5) Middle School, side, exit from balcony
(6) Senior School, greened front
Extension Sports Hall
(8) Students‘ leisure room, in- and outside
(9) Extension Junior School with Auditorium
(10) Campus Impression
School time and campus life in harmony with nature
Munich International School - situated close by Lake Starnberg in the bavarian alpine upland, an end moraine landscape - started its school campus just with a small manor house (1875, architect Hauberrisser) and two horse stables.
Over the years we carefully developed an ensemble of school buildings with different uses, allowing for vast green spaces and the preservation of the surrounding forests.
Besides the Sports Hall with 2 fields, the circular building of the Junior School was the initially erected new school building. Already in the late 1970s, the conception shows first signs of the today called "New Pedagogy", with all classrooms arranged in a tridecagon around a center assembly room.
Apart from being customary this time in the upper Bavarian region, we used domestic wood for roof constructions and external finishings, materials that provide a warm atmosphere and are furthermore sustainable.
All images are copyrighted and provided by Architekturbüro Schlandt except images 2, 3 and 4 (counted from top left). These images are copyrighted by Lukas Roth.
Campus Development Education Private School School Sport