Closeup of the firms historical building

Freising and Munich

Buildings History Freising

Since 2001, KUHNEN & WACKER has been located in its prestigious offices in Freising.

The listed and completely renovated Art-Nouveau era building is part of historic barracks which were built between 1904 and 1906 for the 1st Royal Bavarian Rifle Battalion.

Military use of the barracks ended in 1993 after the Reichswehr, the Wehrmacht, the US Army and the Bundeswehr had all been stationed there. From 2000 to 2002, a large part of the palace-like buildings was converted into an elegant housing complex called “Prinzregentenpark”.

Originally, K&W’s main building was used as the officers’ club, which is why it is the most elegant and architecturally interesting building in the complex. The second office complex was originally used as a riding hall. After having been unoccupied for ten years, K&W moved into the building in 2011 and had an additional floor and state-of-the-art office technology installed, all without altering the exterior appearance of the listed building.

Building History Munich

Since April 2021, you can also find us in Bavaria's capital.

The Munich office of our law firm is situated directly adjacent to the Theresienwiese, where the Oktoberfest has taken place since 1810. 

In a characteristic historical building from 1892, our attorneys assist you with the same expertise our clients have come to appreciate. Its state-of-the-art office equipment and technology are the same as at our main office in Freising, which brings about an effective working environment. 

The central location is among the most sought-after office spaces in Munich and is less than 10 minutes away from the European Patent Office, the German Patent and Trademark Office and the central station.

Head office in Freising from above