Brownfield development Lidl Münchwilen
Until 2017, the inhabitants of Münchwilen often did their bulk shopping away from home, as there were previously only smaller shops in the municipality with articles for everyday life. Through the brownfield activation of the former embroidery in Frauenfelderstrasse (Aktienstickerei), the offer was expanded to include a LIDL store.
Part of the striking brick building from 1899, where a wide variety of clothing was produced for many years, has been demolished. However, since it is a listed building and the industrial character had to be preserved, part of the old walls of the former embroidery factory were retained and raised. The new building houses a LIDL store with 1160m² of sales space on the ground floor. On the floors above, 35 new rental flats were created.
In order to be able to offer the residents the usual peace and quiet even during market operations and delivery traffic, and thus despite a lively hustle and bustle and the resulting rolling and bumping noises, the supermarket was decoupled with REGUPOL sound impact sound insulation. This measure has created a symbiosis of good local supply behind historic walls and undisturbed living. The HVAC unit of the building was also decoupled with REGUPOL vibration 200.
- Brownfield activation
- Approx. 2000m² impact sound insulation
- Decoupling of the HVAC unit