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Wein&Co in Austria by BEHF Architects

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

Article source: v2com

Close to the St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, the popular Austrian bar and restaurant chain Wein & Co has opened a new branch. The reason for completely renovating the already existing catering area of a Gründerzeit building was the possibility to extend the company to three levels and to modernize them. On an area of 800 square metres, BEHF architecturally implemented the motto “WINING DINING SHOPPING” by creating a spacious suite of rooms as well as a distinctive ambience.

Location near the city centre, Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser

  • Architects: BEHF Architects
  • Project: Wein&Co
  • Location: Jasomirgottstraße 3- 5, 1010 Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Markus Kaiser
  • Client: WEIN & CO Handelsges.m.b.H., SCS, Autoallee 7/Top 25 2334 Vösendorf-Süd
  • Design and concept: Armin Ebner
  • Project Manager: Thomas Ehrenfried
  • Head of Design: Hugo Feisthamel

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M Grund – Social Housing In Vienna, Austria By Nerma Linsberger Ztgmbh

Friday, January 5th, 2018

Article source: v2com

The building’s introverted structure is a response to its heterogeneous surroundings: the complex has clearly defined edges on the north, east and west sides, and opens up to the south, where it faces wide open spaces. Two courtyard blocks build an urban space sequence, creating a south-facing relationship. Cuts, openings and large windows structure the west, north and east sides, entering a dialogue with the surrounding urban space.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Hawelka

  • Architects: Nerma Linsberger Ztgmbh
  • Project: M Grund – Social Housing
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Daniel Hawelka, Thomas Hennerbichler
  • Floor space: 11,000 m²
  • Year: 2011–2016

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The enchanted shed & Leopold House in Vienna, Austria by Franz&Sue

Friday, December 15th, 2017

Article source: Franz&Sue

Appreciation 

The workmen from the village wanted to tear down the black shed from 1934: draughty, weather-beaten and worm-eaten it was, they said. But we liked this black outbuilding of the mansard-roof house in the Vienna Woods that we had just renovated in a radical yet respectful manner.

»An old outbuilding became a writer’s workshop, a garden room for guests, and a children’s paradise«

The special appeal of this project lies in the appreciation shown for this old outbuilding in the shadows of the Vienna Woods villas. Back in the 1930s, few people could afford a basement, let alone a garage. And so they built their own sheds to store wood, raise rabbits or boil laundry in, which was then hung up to dry in the attic.

Image Courtesy © Andreas Buchberger

  • Architects: Franz&Sue
  • Project: The enchanted shed & Leopold House
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Andreas Buchberger
  • Team: Anna Ladurner (PM), Michael Eder (PM), Ulrike Straube
  • Structural Engineer: DI Margarete Salzer
  • Building Physics: DI Andreas Perissutti
  • Net Usable Floor Area: 130 m²

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Telegraf 7 in Wien, Austria by BEHF Architects

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

Article source: v2com

BEHF Architects has received five prestigious architecture awards for the Telegraf 7 project, a former telephone exchange of the K. u. K. Post- und Telegrafendirektion (postal and telegraphic administration) in Vienna:

The “best architects 18 Award” in the category “Interior Design”, the Iconic Award 2017 in the “Architecture” category, the German Design Award 2018 in the “Architecture” category, and two additional awards in the categories “Architectural Design / Heritage Architecture” and “Restoration & Renovation”.

Entrance, Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: BEHF Architects
  • Project: Telegraf 7
  • Location: Lehargasse 7, 1060 Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Hertha Hurnaus
  • Software used: Archicad 19
  • Client: JP Immobilien, Lehargasse 7, 1060 Vienna, Austria
  • Design and concept: Armin Ebner
  • Project Manager: Ramin Maschayechi
  • Head of Design: Ingo Hartmann

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krypt.bar in Wien, Austria by Büro KLK

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Article source: V2com

During the renovation works on an ancient heritage building from the late 18th century on Vienna’s traditional Berggasse, a bricked up staircase was found. It led to a twelve meters deep, second cellar area with approximately 250 square meters. Located between Votivkirche and Sigmund Freud’s apartment, this cocktail and underground bar is an aesthetical gem.

Image Courtesy © David Schreyer

  • Architects: Büro KLK (Heinz Lutter)
  • Project: krypt.bar
  • Location: Wasagasse 17, 1090 Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: David Schreyer
  • Client: K 5 Beteiligungs GmbH
  • Design: Jonathan Lutter, Christian Knapp, Fabian Lutter, Jürgen DePaul
  • Site Supervision: Cetus Baudevelopment GmbH & Oliver Gusella
  • Structural Engineering: Fröhlich & Locher
  • Completion: Spring 2017

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ORBI tower in Vienna, Austria by ZECHNER / ZECHNER

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

Article source: ZECHNER / ZECHNER

After winning the 2013 architectural competition, construction started in 2015, and the office tower was completed in 2017. The project developers were Wiener Stadtwerke Holding AG, and STC – Swiss Town Consult AG.

Image Courtesy © Pierer.net

  • Architects: ZECHNER / ZECHNER
  • Project: ORBI tower
  • Location: Thomas-Klestil-Platz 13, Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Pierer.net
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max
  • Name of the owner: IWS Town Town AG
  • General planning: STC-SwissTown Consult Development GmbH, Würtzlerstrasse 3/8
  • Structural / structural design: KS Ingenieure ZT GmbH, 1100 Vienna, Gudrunstrasse 179
  • HKLS – Planning: ALTHERM Engineering GmbH, ILF Consulting Engineers Austria GmbH
  • Electrical engineering: ALTHERM Engineering GmbH
  • Building physics: DR. PFEILER GmbH, civil engineering company

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PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes in Asten, Austria by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Article source: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU 

The Customer Information Centre and Event Forum PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes – for the company Backaldrin in Asten consists of two elements: a box shaped plinth building with foyer and event rooms plus the “Wunderkammer des Brotes”, a two storey freeform exhibition area floating on top. The chosen materials augment the contrast of these two elements: The square base building shows a cast-in-place concrete façade while the rounded wood structure of the museum is clad with stainless steel shingles.

Image Courtesy © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

  • Architects: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
  • Project: PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes
  • Location: Asten, Austria
  • Client: backaldrin Österreich The Kornspitz Company GmbH
  • Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU – Wolf D. Prix & Partner ZT GmbH
  • Design Principal: Wolf D. Prix
  • Design Partner: Karolin Schmidbaur
  • Project Lead: Friedrich Hähle, Günther Weber (until 2015)

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Sonnwendviertel Education Campus in Vienna, Austria by PPAG architects

Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

Article source: PPAG architects

The Sonnwendviertel Education Campus on the site of the main railway station is the fi rst educational building in Vienna to be put out to tender on a target-oriented as opposed to a solution-oriented basis. The basis for the competition tender was the “catalogue of qualities” describing all facets of modern educational routine in schools. Observing a maximum fl oor space and without limiting freedom, the aim was to fi nd an educational building which corresponds most closely to the demands of modern education.

Image Courtesy © Hertha Hernaus

  • Architects: PPAG architects
  • Project: Sonnwendviertel Education Campus
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Hertha Hernaus
  • Client: City of Vienna, in representation
  • PPAG Team Competion, concept, supervision: Anna Popelka, Georg Poduschka, Ali Seghatoleslami, Lilli Pschill
  • Project Leader: Klaus Moldan, Paul Fürst
  • Planning: Katrin Lehner, Anna Zottl, Andreas Hradil, Roland Basista, Carl Schläffer, Philipp Rudigier, Veronika Bienert, Stefan Dobnig, Nadja Rechsteiner, Anna Lafi te, Felix Zankel, Philipp Müllner

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PARK ATRIUM (LET’S DANCE) in Vienna, Austria by feld72 Architekten

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Article source: feld72 Architekten 

A residential building on a prominent urban development site at a corner by the Helmut-Zilk Park is setting a vitalising accent on the new district of the Central Railway Station – the contest-winning project of the architecture collective feld72. The building is positioned opposite the already existing Sonnwendviertel educational campus, its striking corner situation creating a landmark within the developing urban district. The building typology harks back to the characteristics of old city buildings, enabling a rich diversity of uses. One of its main focuses is on the practical options offered by the “Stadtsockelzone”, the ground floor area, promoting revitalisation of the neighbourhood.

Image Courtesy © feld72 Architekten

  • Architects: feld72 Architekten 
  • Project: PARK ATRIUM (LET’S DANCE)
  • Location: 1100 Vienna, AT
  • Client: Kallco
  • Landscape partner: YEWO Landscapes, Susanne Kallinger
  • Collaborators: Yuliana Abisheva, Martin Bauer, Marie-Theres Genser, Hannah Jöchl, Hanna Kovar, Gerhard Mair, Jasmin Plaikner, Ralph Reisinger, Nora Sahr, Wilhelm Scherübl, Elian Trinca
  • GFA: 4.500 m²

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University of Innsbruck in Austria by ATP architects engineers

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Article source: ATP architects engineers

As a result of its victory in an EU-wide realization competition, ATP was commissioned to plan the refurbishment and remodeling of the Faculties of Architecture and Engineering Science of the University of Innsbruck.

The integrated concept proposed two highly contrasting approaches to the design of the two similarly structured buildings – which date from 1969 – as a means of responding to the different spatial and user requirements of the two disciplines (architecture and engineering). The suspended glass façade of the “Architecture Workshop” is playfully open whereas the precise, smooth high-rise silhouette of the Faculty of Engineering Science speaks another language while also acting as a landmark for the campus.

Image Courtesy © ATP/Jantscher

  • Architects: ATP architects engineers (Innsbruck)
  • Project: University of Innsbruck
  • Location: Innsbruck, Austria
  • Photography: ATP/Jantscher
  • Client: Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft m.b.H.
  • Certification: 2015, TQB Certificate, Austrian Sustainable Building Council (ÖGNB); klima aktiv-Standard Gold, The Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management; EnerPHit-Standard Passivhaus
  • Lead Project Manager: Hans Kotek
  • Project Leader Design: Paul Ohnmacht
  • Competition: 2009, 1st Prize
  • Gross Built Area: 36,200 m² (of which 12,800 m² Faculty of Architecture, 19,300 m² Faculty of Engineering Science)
  • Gross Built Volume: 138,200 m³
  • Completion: 07/2014, 02/2015

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