Shared Accomodation – Living Rather than Live-in

Today, the Haidhausen district of the city is also home to 102 asylum seekers, following the renovation of the listed corner building, which dates back to 1900. The reconstruction concept by Modal M was aimed to integrate residents into the existing structure of the house. The resulting building does not bear any of the typical hallmarks of a hostel — instead, it has 17 separate 2/3 room apartments with their own bathrooms and kitchens.

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