New village centre Bad Wiessee

In Bad Wiessee, a new village centre is being built on the former Ritter site not far from Lake Tegernsee. A total of six buildings will be arranged around two height-offset squares, and functionally and spatially networked with each other by spacious flights of steps and landscaped terraces. A mix of rental and holiday apartments, large-scale retail, small-scale commercial and catering facilities as well as an underground car park is planned.

The new village square unfolds as a representative and lively space that is intended to mark the centre of the community and enliven it through an identity-creating design. The inner courtyard of the residential green is arranged on the roof of the large-scale retail space integrated into the topography, so that its volume is cleverly concealed.


The three- and four-storey buildings are structured in such a way that they correspond in height to existing buildings. The buildings rise above robust mineral base zones and interpret the traditional motif of the balcony strip with largely circumferential projecting loggias and pergola zones, with horizontal and vertical wooden structures lending them a gentle rhythm.

47° 42' 48" N 11° 43' 24" W

Start of construction





Dittrich Münchner Straße Bad Wiessee GbR, Munich

Objects management

CL MAP GmbH (Lph 8), Munich

Outdoor facilities/ areas

Grabner Huber Lipp, Freising

Structural engineers

Staudacher Ingenieure, Tegernsee

Building physics

PMI Peter Mutard Ing. GmbH, Unterhaching

Fire protection

Kersken + Kirchner GmbH, Munich