Mural with pictograms based on the original design by Otl Aicher
View of the terraces of the Olympiadorf
The coloured Media Lines run through the Olympiadorf and serve as a communication system.
Historical photo of the Olympiadorf
The Olympic Village was created on the occasion of the XX. 1972 Summer Olympics to accommodate athletes and journalists. It is characterized by geometric shapes and continues the curved, organic park landscape to the south.
The complex planned by the architects Heinle, Wischer und Partner was an urban planning experiment of the time. It was planned as a "city within the city" and was to fulfill all the functions of daily life in a small space even after the Olympic Games. As a result, there are shops, schools, kindergartens, cultural institutions and many green spaces in addition to apartments.
The terraced facility faces the sun. The four access roads run underground, so that the Olympic Village is car-free on the surface.
Builder: Organisationskomitee für die Olympischen Spiele in München, 1972
Architecture: Heinle, Wischer und Partner
Michael Nagy/LHM, LHM, Ewald Glesmann/LHM
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