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Festspielgarage in Erl, Austria by kleboth lindinger dollnig

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Article source: kleboth lindinger dollnig

Parking Structure Erl
An elegant entrée for the new festival district: The new festival parking garage is the final component in the repositioning of the Tyrolean Festival Erl. The new parking garage with 430 parking spaces on three levels is built not far from the famous Passionsspielhaus and the spectacular new Winter Festival Hall.

Image Courtesy © Günter Richard Wett

  • Architects: kleboth lindinger dollnig
  • Project: Festspielgarage Erl
  • Location: Erl, Austria
  • Photography: Günter Richard Wett
  • Completed: 2012
  • Site size: 5300m²
  • Building Area: 15000m²

PAPPAS HEADQUARTERS in SALZBURG, AUSTRIA by Kadawittfeldarchitektur

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Article source: Kadawittfeldarchitektur

PAPPAS HEADQUARTERS/ MERCEDES SALZBURG
BRIEF Car dealership with a garage and showroom | ADDED VALUE In order to arrange the spatial program on this limited lot, all the functions are piled on top of one another, linked by navigable ramps and united under one roof. The vertical reorganization of a car dealership typology provides many advantages over conventional horizontally-organized car dealerships: via the ramps, the client can drive directly to either the garage or the salesroom where the cars are presented to the outside without reflective glass.

Image Courtesy © Angelo Kaunat, kadawittfeldarchitektur

  • Architects: Kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Project: PAPPAS HEADQUARTERS
  • Location: SALZBURG, AUSTRIA
  • Photography: Angelo Kaunat, Gerhard Hagen,  Andreas Körner, kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Typology: commercial building
  • Construction volume gfa: 41.550m ²
  • Cubature: 170.550 m³
  • Client: RKS Autozubehör Handels GmbH

Alfenz Bridge in Montafon, Austria by Marte Marte Architects

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

Article source: Marte Marte Architects

Alfenz Bridge

The entry to the Montafon Valley is a topographical bottleneck. The railway, the federal highway and the new cycling path offer access to the southernmost valley of Vorarlberg, which is surrounded by high Alpine mountain ranges. Running parallel with the valley, the raging Ill River, prone to flooding, crosses the Alfenz River from the east and channels the Alfenz River into its current. A few meters before the confluence, the new concrete bridge structure spans the tributary and grants pedestrians and cyclists safe passage.

Image Courtesy © Marc Lins

  • Architects: Marte Marte Architects
  • Project: Alfenz bridge
  • Location: Montafon, Austria
  • Photography: Marc Lins
  • Client: Country of Vorarlberg, Departement of roadworks
  • Statics: M+G Ingenieure
  • Construction firm: Tomaselli Gabriel Bau GmbH
  • Site: 6700 Lorüns, L188, km 85.5
  • Span length: ca. 33m
  • Total area: 116 m²

Rescue Center Simmering in Vienna, Austria by Söhne & Partner architects

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Article source: Söhne & Partner architects

The Rescue Center is set on Kaiser-Eberdorferstraße and responsible for the whole 11th district in Vienna. It officially opened in May 2013.

The complex combines two different functional areas – the garage and the staff rooms. Even though they are different spheres, they are connected by the roof which embraces the whole building.

Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser

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Hotel Wiesergut in Hinterglemm, Austria by Gogl Architekten

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Architects: Gogl Architekten

Time seems to stop in Saalbach-Hinterglemm. Just an hour away from Salzburg, traditional houses and hotels with carved dark wooden terraces pepper the rolling landscape of this intimate alpine town. Located directly on the ski slopes and framed by age-old mountains, a white four-story house rises above an ensemble of minimal, modern buildings with floor-to-ceiling windows.

Image Courtesy © Mario Webhofer

  • Architects: Gogl Architekten
  • Project: Hotel Wiesergut
  • Location: Wiesern 48 , A-5754 Hinterglem
  • Photography: Mario Webhofer , W9 Werbeagentur, Innsbruck
  • Archtecture: Monika Gogl, Gogl & Partners Architekten
  • Design: Isabel Hamm (Light), Petra Lindenbauer (Ceramics), Indradanush (Textiles), Andreas Reichlin (Metal sculptures)
  • Category: hotel
  • Start of planning : Jul 2010 
  • Start of construction: Jul 2011– 1st phase Apr 2012 , 2nd phase Apr 2012
  • Completion: Dec 2012 (entire)
  • Description: Rebuild of a hotel complex as an ensemble of buildings, consisting of a main building, a garden suite in front, a reception and entrance area and a wellness house.
  • Site area: 5,544 m2
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House Walde in Kitzbühel, Austria by GOGL ARCHITEKTEN

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Article source: GOGL ARCHITEKTEN

The client requested an open, light-filled room with the garden and the beautiful backdrop of the Kitzbühl Alps integrated into the living space.

Image Courtesy © Mario Webhofer

  • Architects: GOGL ARCHITEKTEN
  • Project: House Walde
  • Location: Kitzbühel, Austria
  • Category: one family house
  • Start of planning: May 2008
  • Start of construction: July 2011
  • Completion: Nov. 2012

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Tunnel Monitoring Complex Hausmannstaetten in Austria by Dietger Wissounig Architekten

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Article source: Dietger Wissounig Architekten

The large complex of buildings nestled on level ground along the new Hausmannstaetten bypass road covers three functions: tunnel control centre, central repair shop and road maintenance depot. In order to keep the intrusion to a minimum, the building was interpreted as part of the landscape. It follows the course of the road and the green roofs, which regulate the climate and blend in with the fields farmed in strips.

Image Courtesy © Jasmin Schuller

  • Architects: Dietger Wissounig Architekten
  • Project: Tunnel Monitoring Complex Hausmannstaetten
  • Location: Hausmannstaetten, Austria
  • Photography: Jasmin Schuller
  • Competition: 2010
  • Start of construction: 2011
  • Completion: 2012
  • Site are: 17.851 m2 (192.147 sq ft)
  • Construction costs: 9.650.000 Euros (USD 12.556.580,–)

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Villa Upper Austria by Two in a Box-Architekten

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Article source: TWO IN A BOX – ARCHITEKTEN

Due to the steep sloping terrain, the view and the direction of the sun special attention was required with regard to the alignment of living rooms and sleeping rooms. The villa has three levels adapted to the line of sight and staggered towards each other on top of a basement garage. The main living floor is west-aligned and built at the slope opening up onto a garden and summer kitchen.  In order to offer a free view of the city from the west-faced garden, the plan view of this floor was pushed to the northern end of the lot giving space for an elongated pool on the south side in front of the living and dining area. Front-mounted pool glazing allows for the horizon to disappear and the swimmer gets a feeling of hovering above the city.

Image Courtesy © Dietmar Tollerian-Archipicture 

  • Architects: Two in a Box-Architekten
  • Project: Villa Upper Austria
  • Location: Austria
  • Photography: Dietmar Tollerian-Archipicture
  • Program: Single family house
  • Year: Completion: 2011

Clearing House in Salzburg, Austria by Strobl Architekten ZT GmbH

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Article source: Strobl Architekten ZT GmbH 

The Clearing House is an institution of the SOS-Kinderdorf. Since 2001 this special place serves as accommodation, support and consultancy to minor refugees. The comprehensive restoration in 2012 with its construction and facade design reflects the idea of the SOS Kinderdörfer.

Image courtesy Strobl Architekten 

Haus Wiesenhof in Tirol, Austria by Gogl Architekten

Saturday, May 11th, 2013

Article source: Gogl Architekten

The client requested a getaway – a place of peace and contemplation with a strong relationship to the nature surrounding it. This alpine refuge is a symbiosis of spatial openness and enclosed areas. According to the design specifications, rebuilding or extending the house beyond the existing cubage was not permitted, which entailed a massive limitation for the design. Through the basic ideas of interlocking the inner rooms and the form design of an open and richly varied spatial structure, the architect conceptually compensated for the design restrictions and created a generous living and leisure space.

Image Courtesy © Mario Webhofer 

  • Architects: Gogl Architekten
  • Project: Haus Wiesenhof
  • Location: St. Johann in Tirol, Austria
  • Photography: Mario Webhofer
  • Project team: Regine Egg-Mitter, Hildegard Platzer-Rieder
  • Site area: 2.280 m2
  • Living space: 413 m2
  • Net useable area: 565 m2
  • Area of build: 275 m2
  • Start of planning: March 2009
  • Start of construction: April 2010
  • Completion: June 2012
  • Subplanning:
    Static, site management: IB Hanel, St. Johann i. Tirol (A)
    Lighting planning: Akzente Lichtsysteme (A)
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