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Muk in Saalfelden, Salzburg, Austria by ma hoRe architects

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

Article source: ma hoRe architects

The primal need of the client was to combine both his dwelling house and his physical therapist´s practice in one building thereby ensuring privacy for the living space and enabling the therapy rooms to be open and visible to the public.

Image Courtesy © ma hoRe architects

  • Architects: ma hoRe architects
  • Project: Muk
  • Location: Saalfelden, Salzburg, Austria
  • Photography: ma hoRe architects
  • Team: Arch. DI Andreas Hoerl, Arch. DI Robert Reichkendler
  • Project Area: 250 m2
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Project: September 2012 – Mai 2013

Campus WU in Vienna, Austria by BUSarchitektur

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Article source: BUSarchitektur

WU CAMPUS – A SPECIAL PLACE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

With its present roster of some 23,000 students, the Vienna University of Economics and Business is practically bursting at the seams, which does not make it easy to study, work or carry out research. That will change in 2013. There will be space for every student, every professor and every single faculty member. There will be space for communicating, for discussing, for exchanging ideas, for studying, for teaching, for researching, for discovering and relaxing.

Image Courtesy © BOAnet.at

  • Architects: BUSarchitektur
  • Project: Campus WU
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Start of the construction works: 2009
  • Project completion: 2013
  • Usable area: 100.000 m2
  • Total cost: 492.0 Mio €
  • PROJECT Management: ARGE PS WU Neubau, Drees&Sommer, DELTA
  • CONCOMITANT CONTROL: FCP – Fritsch, Chiari & Partner ZT GmbH
  • EXECUTIVE GLOBAL PROJECT: ARGE Campus WU, BUSarchitektur, Vasko + Partner Ingenieure
  • LOCAL CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION: ARGE ÖBA Campus WU, InGenos.Gobiet.ZT GmbH, iC consulenten

Campus WU -Teaching Center in Viena, Austria by BUSarchitektur

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Article source: BUSarchitektur

We envisage the new academic space located at the north-east of the new Campus of the Vienna University of Economics and Business as a venue for multiple networking. More than a mere building, the Teaching Center is a learning platform that promotes spontaneous communication while also making it possible to undertake the classes and activities that occur within. This quest for spontaneous exchange has different levels and scales sharing one common denominator: the path is the goal. For us, a contemporary Teaching Center should encourage curiosity in the everyday routine of those who teach as well as those who learn, becoming a place where moving about and getting on stage does not lead to experiencing spatial boundaries by instead giving free reign to the imagination.

Image Courtesy © BOAnet.at

  • Architects: BUSarchitektur
  • Project: Campus WU -Teaching Center
  • Location: Viena, Austria
  • Photography: BOAnet.at
  • CLIENT: Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Neu GmbH
  • SERVICES: Comprehensive Master Plan in collaboration with international experts, Executive Project for the D1 TC complex
  • INITIATION (beginning) OF THE PROJECT: 2008
  • PROJECT COMPLETION: 2013
  • TYPE OF WORK: New construction
  • USABLE AREA: 28,349m²
  • COVERED AREA: 32,484m²
  • CUBATURE: 149,036m³
  • AWARDS: 1st Prize in the International Competition for the Master Plan and Executive Project for Campus WU

Campus WU – Master Plan and Landscaping in Vienna, Austria by BUSarchitektur

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Article source: BUSarchitektur

OPEN SPACE AT THE CAMPUS WU

The Campus is a sequence of intertwining open spaces. Buildings on the different zones qualify these spaces from an architectural point of view. The Master Plan model determined the design of these open areas; a fabric of interior and exterior spaces, defined by the location of the buildings’ entrances in relation to the plazas, brings life to the intended environment.

Image Courtesy © BOAnet.at

  • Architects: BUSarchitektur
  • Project: Campus WU – Master Plan and Landscaping
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: BOAnet.at
  • CLIENT: Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Neu GmbH
  • PROJECT BY: BUSarchitektur & BOA office for the advanced randomness in cooperation with Landschaftsarchitektur
  • SERVICES: Comprehensive Master Plan in collaboration with international experts, Executive Project of the Landscape Architecture
  • INITIATION (beginning) OF THE PROJECT: 2008
  • PROJECT COMPLETION: 2013
  • TYPE OF WORK: New construction
  • PARK AREA: 67.000m²
  • AWARDS: 1st Prize in the International Competition for the Master Plan and Executive Project for Campus WU
  • Book about the Campus WU: www.holiwu.at
  • Software Used: Revit Architecture, Modulcad, 3ds Max, Rhino

PLEATED DRESS in Vienna, Austria by heri&salli

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Article source: heri&salli

The architects’ office heri&salli from Vienna created in a residential building of a private building owner in Austria a so-called pleated dress”, a façade design that is positioned in front of the building including a grid system lying behind. The bent perforated plates can be shifted individually on a perimeter frame as required.

Image Courtesy © paul ott photografiert

  • Architects: heri&salli
  • Project: PLEATED DRESS
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: paul ott photografiert
  • Finished: August 2012
  • Steel – construction: Metallbau Fischer; Klagenfurt

NETLIGHT in Vienna, Austria by heri&salli

Sunday, December 1st, 2013

Article source: heri&salli 

The architects‘s office heri&salli from Vienna created in a residential building of a private building owner in Austria a so-called Netlight”. A steel construction combined with a Plexiglas shell that dissolves into fragmentary lines was placed in an airspace surrounded by a gallery.

Image Courtesy © paul ott photografiert

  • Architects: heri&salli
  • Project: NETLIGHT
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: paul ott photografiert
  • Team: Stefanie Theuretzbacher, Alexander Karaivanov
  • Finished: August 2012
  • Steel construction: Metallbau Fischer; Klagenfurt
  • PVC work: ThyssenKrupp Plastics Austria GmbH
  • Lighting: Lichtland Rittenschober

IMAGINATION CITY in Strasshof an der Nordbahn, Austria by heri&salli

Saturday, November 30th, 2013

Article source: heri&salli

The architecture office heri&salli from Vienna developed for the city “Strasshof an der Nordbahn”, located north of Vienna, different urban developments.

If the inventors of Strasshof, could have had their way the city on the northern railway line today could be the “biggest and most beautiful city” of Lower Austria, planned on an orthogonal street grid following the US-example – unique for Austria. A garden as well as an industrial city that was to be developed in 1908 after the construction of the shunting station in the surrounding area on the Strasserfeld. Because of the political history of Austria this plan never could be realized, only the planned street grid remained and became the basis of the building structure we find nowadays in Strasshof. Today we have to accept that the conception of the city has failed.

Image Courtesy © heri&salli

  • Architects: heri&salli
  • Project: IMAGINATION CITY
  • Location: Strasshof an der Nordbahn, Austria
  • Silkscreen: Larissa Leverenz
  • Technic: transfer print, silkscreen, Collage on paper
  • Size: 80, 60cm
  • Finished: october 2013

ATRIUM amras in Innsbruck, Austria by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Article source: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

The brief was to plan an office building with low energy consumption on the periphery of Innsbruck. The site operates as a gate to the city, due to its proximity to the Innsbruck Ost transport hub.

Image Courtesy © Thilo Härdtlein, München

  • Architects: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH
  • Project: ATRIUM amras
  • Location: Innsbruck, Austria
  • Photography: Thilo Härdtlein, München
  • Client: ATRIUM amras GmbH, Hans Bodner BaugesmbH, Kufstein
  • Structural engineer: ZSZ Ingenieure, Innsbruck
  • Building equipment (HVAC, Electric): Ingenieurbüro Kainz PlanungsgesmbH., Innsbruck
  • Lighting design: Lichtdesign Gratzel, Innsbruck
  • Building physics: Spektrum, Dornbirn
  • Fire protection concept: IBS, Innsbruck
  • General contractor: Hans Bodner BaugesmbH, Kufstein

Central Station in Salzburg, Austria by kadawittfeldarchitektur

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Article source: kadawittfeldarchitektur

Salzburg Central Station is one of two large-scale projects bringing the capital expenditure program of the ÖBB to completion. In the year 1999, the design of kadawittfeldarchitektur (Aachen/Graz) won a two-phase surveyed competition between 12 teams of architects. In order to integrate the station into the city, the task was not only to arrange the railway tracks anew. In particular, there was the task of integrating the historic train station from 1860 with its “authentic” appearance into a master plan that newly connects the boroughs on both sides of the tracks through several bridges and passageways.

Image Courtesy © Taufik Kenan, Angelo Kaunat

  • Architects: kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Project: Central Station
  • Location: Salzburg, Austria
  • Photography: Taufik Kenan, Angelo Kaunat

Construction Volume

  • Alteration Central Station: 2.764m²
  • Extension under platform: 13.000m²
  • Construction volume: 57.500m³
  • Platform area: 19.000m²
  • Platform roofed area: 23.400m²
  • Roof area Schallmoos: 2.200m²
  • Realization: 10, 2009 – 2013, 2014
  • Client: ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
  • Project Managment: Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Aldrik Lichtwark
  • Deputy Project Manager:  Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Dirk Lange, Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Holger Giesen
  • Project team: Benjamin Beckers, Frank Berners, Christina Delcour, Ursula Feld, Jochen Hansen, Lutz Langer, Max Schoeneich, Kilian Schuhmacher, Kerstin Tulke, Denise Venghaus, Stephan Völlings, Torsten zu Klampen
  • Project team competition: Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Patrick Müller-Langguth, Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Aldrik Lichtwark, Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Alexander Willems, Dipl.-Ing. Architekt Guido Schwark
  • Competition: Aldrik Lichtwark, Patrick Müller-Langguth, Guido Schwark, Alexander Willems
  • Structural Engineering: wernerconsult Ziviltechniker GmbH,  ZEMLER + RAUNICHER ZT-GmbH, wHERBRICH CONSULT Ziviltechniker m.b.H.

House by the Lake in Bregenz, Austria by Marte.Marte Architects

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Article source: Marte.Marte Architects

A group of middle-class houses, mainly built in the first half of the 20th century, are located above the Herz-Jesu church at the foot of the prominent Pfänder mountainside in Bregenz. The size of the house blends in with the other sporadic, villa-like houses, and the compact, square exposed concrete structure has identical facades on all sides, except for the west side of the house facing the lake.

Image Courtesy © Marc Lins

  • Architects: Marte.Marte Architects
  • Project: House by the Lake
  • Location: Bregenz, Austria
  • Photography: Marc Lins
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