Tableau vivant: Stafflenberg Gänsheide can be seen as a living concept that brings together plasticity, value, and efficiency. The buildings stand like monoliths on a hillside of native trees, shrubs and wooded terraces – combining modern architecture with a natural touch.
The art of building.
Nouvelle époque. At Stafflenberg Gänsheide, comfort and features are realised at a very high level. With sophisticated highlights, the familiar is deliberately deconstructed: As an homage to the past, the stairwells and the foyer incorporate historical elements in a modern way.
The past and the future united in the present.
A green refuge in the middle of the city.
More than 70 trees
surround the ensemble
Automated watering system
for the green spaces
Play and park area
at the heart of the grounds
in warm tones
with native plants
with part of the property untouched
Riehle+Assoziierte – architecture with meaning.
Prêt à vivre. Stafflenberg Gänsheide is yet another Riehle+Assoziierte project with its own distinct identity. A characteristic feature of the firm’s work creating high-quality spaces.
Dipl.-Ing. Architect BDA, MBA
Hannes Riehle studied architecture and urban planning at the University of Stuttgart and graduated with distinction in 2010 (Faculty Award and Friends of the University of Stuttgart Prize). He worked with Lederer, Ragnarsdóttir, Oei in Stuttgart from 2010 to 2014 and earned a Master of Business Administration degree. He founded the Stuttgart office of Riehle+Assoziierte in 2014 and has been a director there since 2018. In 2019, he was appointed a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA).
Dipl.-Ing. Architect BDA
Maximilian Köth studied architecture and urban planning at the University of Stuttgart and graduated with distinction in 2010 (Faculty Award). He worked with Allmann Sattler Wappner in Munich from 2011 to 2012 and Carmody Groarke in London from 2012 to 2014. He co-founded the Stuttgart office of Riehle+Assoziierte in 2014 and has been a director since 2018. From 2015 to 2017, he was a teaching assistant at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute for Spatial Concepts and Foundations of Design. In 2019, he was appointed a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA).
The art of shaping nature.
L’art pour l’art. The landscape architects Levin Monsigny design open spaces all over the world. The renowned Berlin firm is responsible for the design of the natural and green spaces at Stafflenberg Gänsheide.
Diploma in landscape architecture TU Berlin 1998, partner since 2001
Training as a gardener 1990, study of landscape architecture at the TFH Berlin 1993, partner since 1998.
Training as a gardener 1991, study of landscape architecture at the TFH Berlin 1995, partner since 1998.
Study of architecture in Versailles 1988, landscape architecture in Barcelona 1992, partner since 1998.