available daily from September 12 to October 13, 2015
Check-in at the box office on the day you wish accommodation between 4 pm and 10 pm
People cannot sleep wherever they want! Or can they? The Münchner Kammerspiele has invited the raumlaborberlin collective for architecture to collaborate with 120 young people to implement an experimental set-up which provides a different viewpoint of Munich, a city which ranks among the European Top Ten for cost of rent: What would happen if everybody left their flats and built shelters in the most unlikely places in town? Might this result in a completely new kind of campfire society, of opinion making and exchange while sharing twist bread and cowboy coffee? Let’s give the future a home in public spaces!
2-person apartment 35 EUR, reduced 28 EUR, per night (breakfast included)
Discounts apply for IKEA FAMILY members as well as others eligible for reduction. Special rates for the apartments “Parking Loft” and “Rhombi House”.
at the box office of the Münchner Kammerspiele
Maximilianstr. 28, 80539 Munich
Phone: +49/89/233 966 00
The accommodation options are complemented by the city tours “Shabbyshabby Walkietalkie” that pass by the apartments and admission to the discussion program “Urban Issues – How you can change the city.”
Shabbyshabby Apartments is a project by Münchner Kammerspiele, raumlaborberlin and ARTE Creative in cooperation with the Technical University Munich, Faculty for Architecture and sponsored by the German Federal Agency for Civic Education /bpb and the Hans Sauer Foundation. With friendly support by IKEA Munich and the Department of Culture of the City of Munich, division 2.
Media partner Bayern 2/Zündfunk.
“Urban Issues” is financed and co-curated by the Hans Sauer Foundation. The event “Stadt der Wenigen” (City of the Few) on September 17 is a cooperation of the BayernForum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Münchner Kammerspiele.