Bavarian International School - Lower School


The campus of the Bavarian International School with Haimhausen manor house at its centre, is situated to the north of Munich within a beautiful park landscape bordering the Amper river.
The German government’s IZBB-program for all-day-schooling resulted in the requirement for extra school facilities and classrooms. The new building joins together the existing classroom wing with the sport hall.
The school extension is in the form of a cube with a cylindrical internal atrium around which the classrooms are grouped. Naturally lit from above, the atrium provides access to the 3-Storey building via central curved staircases. The new school cube encompasses 29 classrooms, a library, computer laboratory and a natural science lab.
The main extension was completed in 2006, a separate entrance gatehouse was added the following year along with equipment storage rooms for the sport hall. ASA is currently developing the site master plan for BIS.

Bavarian International School, Haimhausen

Gross Floor Area
3.600 m²

Planning-/ Construction time
2005 - 2006

Planning Phases
1 - 9