Posts Tagged ‘Austria’
Friday, March 24th, 2017
Article source: gaupenraub+/-
The new building is developed more like an annex than as a singular object – its appearance is more linked to its place of location than to its function.
The existing vegetation at the site are only trees without any bushes so there is a horizontal level of about two meters free-view on the whole open-air-museum which we didn´t want to disturb with our work.
Finaly the clients received a showcase-extension on these groundfloor forming a new open public yard together with the existing buildings.
Image Courtesy © Patricia Weisskirchner
Friday, March 3rd, 2017
Article source: TWO IN A BOX – ARCHITEKTEN
In May 2015 the visitor information center for the European Green Belt opened. Over an area of more than 1000 square meters in the premises in Windhaag near Freistadt, Upper Austria, the scientifically well founded exhibitions cover most impressively everything from nature and history to the future of the region. Concurrently, the Green Belt Center serves as information center, travel agency with offers for tourists but also as venue and sales shop with regional products. The forest house is about to become an integral part of the tourism in the region Mühlviertel and Danube‐ Moldau.
Image Courtesy © Kurt Hoerbst
- Architects: TWO IN A BOX – ARCHITEKTEN
- Project: Green Belt Center Windhaag
- Location: Windhaag bei Freistadt, 4263, Austria
- Photography: Kurt Hoerbst
- Client: Naturraum Grünes Band GmbH
- Structual Analysis: Wernly+Wischenbart+Partner, Linz
- Floor Area: 542,36 m2
- Cubage: 1.859,22 m3
- Start of Planning: 2013
- Start of Construction: Mai 2014
- Completion: April 2015
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Article source: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
The new Hall F is an ingenious addition to the previously less developed southeast side of the monumental complex of Wiener Stadthalle, creating impact even on its own. The concert, show, dance, fashion and even circus venue sits 2,000 spectators. Furthermore, congresses and conventions can be facilitated. Even though it is a particularly appealing urban location, the new edifice does not steal the spotlight from Roland Rainer’s hall, which was built half a century prior.
Image Courtesy © Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
- Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
- Project: Stadthalle Hall F
- Location: A-1150 Wien, Vogelweidplatz 14, Vienna, Austria
- Client: Stadthalle Wien
- Project Management: P. Nußbaumer
- Project management, building services, building physics: Vasko Partner, Vienna
- Structural engineering concrete: Kollitsch Stanek, Vienna
- Structural engineering steel: Zemler Raunicher, Vienna
- Electrical engineering: Fleck, Vienna
- Stagecraft: Kottke, Bayreuth
- Area: 13,660 m²
- Volume: 101,235 m³
- Competition: 2002
- Construction: 2003-2006
Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Article source: v2com
BEHF Corporate Architects of Vienna/Austria has won an Honorable Mention in the first annual AAP American Architecture Prize which recognizes the most outstanding architecture worldwide.
The architects won this in the category Architectural Design /Commercial Architecture for their project “Shopping Nord Graz“.
Shopping Center Nord Graz, Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser
- Architects: BEHF Corporate Architects
- Project: Shopping Nord Graz
- Location: Wiener Straße 341, 8051 Graz, Austria
- Photography: Markus Kaiser
- Client: Kovac Management GmbH
- Design and concept: Armin Ebner
- Project Manager: Alexander Körözsi
- Collaboators: Christian Schwarzinger
- Area: 10.600 m2
- Project end date: July 2015
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: Architekt Zoran Bodrozic
Cocooning means to be really at home, without any need to go away or to take a trip, or to made a vacation again and try to escape from your day life for a while.
You love your everyday life, your rituals, and the place where all that happens.
This means the everyday real luxury.
Image Courtesy © Architekt Zoran Bodrozic
Sunday, February 12th, 2017
Article source: v2com
The property is located on a very busy intersection. An intervention in the existing building use class made possible better light and sun exposure conditions. In order to defuse the “T”-point, a V-shaped courtyard has been cut into the building. The paths to the access balcony and the ancillary areas are concentrated around the courtyard.
A passage in the East creates a pedestrian connection between Brünnerstraße and a park in the West.
Image Courtesy © Andreas Buchberger
- Architects: NERMA LINSBERGER ZTGMBH
- Project: Sakura
- Location: Wien, Austria
- Photography: Andreas Buchberger, Daniel Hawelka and Thomas Hennerbichler
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Article source: Destilat Architecture+Design
destilat developed a custom-made interior design concept for Hammerl Immobilien Management GmbH’s new offices.
This new office layout meets all of the project’s diverse requirements: maximum storage space to access and file documents as quickly as possible was combined with workstations which support and improve communication as well as teamwork.
Image Courtesy © destilat/Harald Hatschenberger
- Architects: destilat Architecture+Design
- Project: Hammerl Immobilien
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Photography: destilat/Harald Hatschenberger
- Team: Harald Hatschenberger, Thomas Neuber, Magdalena Haas, Isabel Tendero
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Article source: feld72
Rethinking the tradition of municipal public housing in Vienna
The Kapellenhof project is coming to Vienna’s 22nd district: 450 new residential units around a shared urban grove.
In collaboration with three residential developers, Migra, Neues Leben, and Wogem, AllesWirdGut and feld72 won the developer’s competition for the construction of 450 apartments on Kapellenweg with a concept informed by the tradition-honored Viennese municipal public housing estate, a clear and confident ensemble laid out around a large communal courtyard: this is the Kapellenhof estate.
Image Courtesy © expressiv
- Architects: ARGE KAP_AllesWirdGut/feld72
- Project: The Kapellenhof Estate
- Location: Wien 22. Bezirk, Kapellenweg 35, Austria
- Visualitzation: expressiv
- Illustrations: Handskizzen: Marino Fei
- Model: mattweiss
- Client: MIGRA / Neues Leben / wogem
- AllesWirdGut Competition Team: Jan Schröder, Anna Auwermann, Carla Schwaderer, Jessica Wannhoff
- Feld 72 Competition Team: Wilhelm Scherübl, Ralph Reisinger, Elian Trinca, Marino Fei
- Statics: Dorr – Schober & Partner ZT GmbH
- Structural engineering: Kern+Ingenieure ZT GmbH
- Building services: IDK Engineering
- Open space areas: carla lo Landschaftsarchitektur
Friday, February 3rd, 2017
Article source: Dietrich | Untertrifaller
Built on an extremely steep piece of land with an area of only 450m², Dietrich│Untertrifaller designed this single family home to best fit the constraints of the site. While a black painted concrete core ties the house to the hill and contains all service rooms, a more open wooden structure was chosen for the living area and bedrooms. The form of the home allows for the focal point of all the interior spaces to be the forests and the Rhine valley below.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Klomfar
- Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller
- Project: House Sch
- Location: A-6900 Bregenz, Austria
- Photography: Bruno Klomfar
- Client: Family Sch
- Project management: Susanne Gaudl
- Concrete engineering: Mader & Flatz, Bregenz
- Wood engineering: Statik Holz: mkp, Dornbirn
- HVAC: B. Langer, Wolfurt
- Electrik: Kremmel & Schneider, Lustenau
- Building physics: B. Weithas, Lauterach
- Net floor area: 169 m²
- Construction: 2014-2015
Sunday, January 8th, 2017
Article source: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
Industrial culture can only come about when existing economic and functional practical constraints are successfully transformed into multidimensional design.
The Funder Werk factory building, a paper coating factory, is functionally determined by the process of production. It was to be metamorphosed into “expressive architecture.” The design concept was based on the idea of dismantling the production hall into sculpturally shaped elements. During the design process, the power station with its chimneys, the media bridge, the flying roof, the office and laboratory areas, and the entrances emerged as differentiated, interconnected architectural elements that endow the complex as a whole with an unmistakable head and body. The playful sculptural evocation of the power station with the “dancing chimneys,” the media bridge as a connection between energy and production, the free design of the flying roof as “wings,” the shaped canopies of the entrances, and the corner of the laboratory and office areas dissolved in glass towards the south, all stand out against the hall, which has been consciously kept white and simple.
Image Courtesy © Gerald Zugmann
- Architects: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
- Project: Funder Werk 3
- Location: Sankt Veit an der Glan, Austria
- Client: Funder Industries, St. Veit/Glan, Österreich
- Design Principals: Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky
- Project Architect: Markus Pillhofer
- Landscape Architect: J.B. Koppandy, Graz, Austria
- General Planner: Achammer & Tritthart, Innsbruck, Austria
- Site Area: 150,000 m²
- Total Floor Area: 6,450 m²
- Design: 1987-1988
- Construction: 1988-1989