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Kabinettsgarten (Cabinet Garden)

Location: Munich Residence
Type: Reconstruction
Description: construction of water basins, stairs and a court wall in the course of restoring the Kabinettsgarten.
Size: garden area: approx. 1.000 m²
Structures: predominantly reinforced concrete
Services: structural engineering, site support
Special features: court wall between Allerheiligen-Hofkirche and Apothekenstock;
two large water basins, each 16 m long;
stairs to the garden exit of the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche, emergency stairs from the Cuvillies-Theatre;
due to little bearing subsoil to a depth of about 4,5 m (hardly com- pactable filling with debris) a substructure consisting of a grillage of girders on a well foundation was necessary for the settlement sensitive water basins; the court wall was founded on well rings, too.
Client: Staatliches Hochbauamt München I (Freistaat Bayern)
Blueprint design: Landschaftsarchitekt Peter Kluska
Architecture: Architekturbüro Franz Hölzl
Design of
techn. facilities:
PEG - Planungsbüro für Energie- u. Gebäudetechnik GmbH,
Ing.-Büro G. Duschl
Construction: Fa. Max Jung GmbH & Co. (concrete)
excavation pit for the well house
excavation pit for the substructure of the water basins
water basins - carcass
water basins
garden exit of the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche with large stairs
Cabinet Garden

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