The academy has been based in the neo-classical banqueting hall wing of the Munich Residenz since 1959. The north-east wing, built by Leo von Klenze between 1835 and 1842, was reconstructed for the academy following its destruction in World War II. The facilities comprise over 135 offices and work rooms, a library, two small meeting rooms and a large 350-capacity lecture theatre. The rooms are hired out for cultural or science-related events.
The academy’s largest event space can hold a maximum of 350 people. It is equipped with a projector, a lighting and audio system and Internet access.
Meeting room 1 has space for 60 people sitting at tables and 110 people in rows of chairs. It is equipped with a projector, an audio system, a lectern and Internet access.
Meeting room 2 can accommodate 36 people seated at tables in a U formation. It comes equipped with a projector and Internet access.
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Are you interested in the work of the academy and its rooms at the Munich Residenz? If so, you can make an appointment to join a guided tour. The tours focus on the work carried out by the academy as a community of scholars and research hub. Visitors will also gain insight into the varied architectural history of the protected building complex. By special arrangement, it is also possible to tour a research project.
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