Art Photography in the Shoemaker's Farmhouse

From the Photo Archives...

The shoemaker’s farmhouse in Alt-Riem near Munich was built in the 18th century. Stefan Höglmaier, founder of the Euroboden Group, bought the historical structure in 2013 and converted it into a a two-family house in collaboration with architect Peter Haimerl.

The architectural concept of the Stockerweg project is based on the premise of preserving the historical structure while innovating the space. The defining element is a concrete cube, rotated 45 degrees, that was inserted into the attic and extends along the entire length of the building. The design created surprising angles of light and shadow, old and new, concrete and wood...

Read our full story on architect Peter Haimerl—"The Soul Catcher."

As part of the Stockerweg project, Haimerl's wife, photographer Jutta Görlich, together with Edward Beierle captured the transformation during construction through artistic photography. At the time, the result was showcased in the photo exhibition „Verweile doch!“ (stay a while!) in the Architekturgalerie München. Here, some phenomenal images from our photo archives...

"Verweile Doch!"

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden

Photo by Beierle.Görlich for Euroboden