Buero Wagner makes inventive use of industrial materials in Munich office extension

Curtains made from aluminium foil and furniture made from galvanised-steel gratings are just some of the novel uses of industrial materials featured in this silver-coloured office extension in Munich.

Designed by local studio Buero Wagner, the extension was created by opening up the basement of an existing office in the backyard of a turn-of-the-century building near the Isar River in the Au district.

Buero Wagner has extended an office in Munich

Now spread across two stories, the revamped studio measures 140 square metres and is illuminated by windows that Buero Wagner extended down to the basement level.

The revamped interior makes use of light reflective materials, such as galvanised-steel grating

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