Hall of Residence KaulbachstraßeRead out
At the moment, there is construction work going on in these halls of residence. More information can be found here.
The Kaulbachstraße Hall of Residence – Marie-Antonie-Haus –, the first and thus oldest student hall of residence in Munich, owes its existence to the generosity of James Loeb. He gave the house to the Munich Student Union’s “predecessor”, the organisation “Studentenhaus München”, asking it to be dedicated to his beloved wife. Students then moved into the house in April 1970.
The reconstruction of the Marie-Antonie-Haus as an innovative inclusive hall of residence is a continuation of its social history. The construction work is designed for the needs of people with various disabilities (for example, automatic doors, no steps, surfaces designed with strong contrasts, a flashing light instead of a bell and specific colour designs).
After the construction work has been completed, students with and without disabilities and/or chronic illness as well as families can enjoy living together despite their differing personal circumstances. This hall of residence is especially suitable for students who enjoy social commitment or simply want to live in a big and diverse residential community.
common rooms, party cellar, communal garden with hammocks and a sandpit corner, sunny terrace, laundry and drying room, partly sheltered bike spaces, bike cellar
various shops, take away, copy shop, library, canteen, cafeteria, popular Schwabing cafes, shopping in Schwabing and the city centre
Activities and Culture
English Garden, diverse gastronomy and culture in Schwabing