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Mang Mauritz is composed of Stefan Mauritz and Thomas Mang are members of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects. Together they have continuously perfected their philosophy of holistic architecture and interior design over the past years.
Dipl. Ing. Architect Stefan Mauritz gained experience at companies such as Rolls-Royce or Feinkost Käfer – before founding his own architectural office in Munich in 2007. With graduate architect Thomas Mang, he has a congenial partner at his side who has already worked with star architect Helmut Jahn in Chicago, gained experience in New York and supervised his first projects in Switzerland and Monaco.
Only an understanding of the synthesis of spatiality and design creates true harmony: because form begins – which completes the style. Mang and Mauritz integrate renowned brands into their daily work. They create value and work with the highest precision. In doing so, they have developed their own language without losing sight of the individual wishes and daily routines of their clients.
In the holistic implementation of each project, service, as well as closeness to the client, are at the centre of their work; from design and planning to execution and furnishing, every step is personally accompanied against the backdrop of uncompromising quality standards. Mang and Mauritz give their customers their full attention. Because they know that details are not trifles.
This intimate domicile in a more than 200-year-old cavalier’s house of the Nymphenburg Schlossrondell combines the amenities of a five-star hotel with the flair of a private palace from the 18th century.
The style of the ambience is chic but casual, always elegant – and heralds a very special approach to colour. The muted tones fan out into different shades of grey, blue-grey, blue-black and black, in subtle interplay with broken white – to be discovered in each case in the various facets of the material diversity of the textiles and wallpapers used.
In this luxurious retreat, select materials go hand in hand with truly unique design. The central element of the villa is a railing designed by Mauritz himself, which gives the interior of the house a special structure and strength.
The Penthouse combines urban style elements with French perfection and appears particularly coherent and harmonious. The muted colours are contrasted by purposefully placed accents and create a unique ambience.
In the villa on Lake Starnberg, the proximity to the water is taken up by maritime colouring in shades of blue and green. Numerous details create a harmonious interplay that often only reveals itself to the viewer at a second glance.
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