It is Munich’s first and most beautiful Rococo palace, quite a significant monument, both from an art-historical viewpoint and as a tourist attraction! Built in 1723-1728 by the electoral master builder Effner for Count Maximilian von Preysing-Hohenaschau, it was reconstructed after World War II by Erwin Schleich.

Especially famous is its imposing stairwell. As you proceed up the magnificent staircase to our offices on the third floor, enjoy the exquisite sweeping ornamental stuccowork — one of Munich’s most beautiful examples of aristocratic architecture.