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Pass Museum in North Tyrolean, Austria by Timmelsjoch

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Article source: Timmelsjoch

The new Pass Museum on the North Tyrolean side juts out like an erratic boulder into the South Tyrolean side, underlining the cross-border nature of the Timmelsjoch Experience. The “Ice Cave” inside the museum pays tribute to the pioneers of the High Alpine Road and their remarkable accomplishment.

Discover all about…

…the history of the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road.
…the name Timmelsjoch.
…a brooch dating back to the pre-Christian era.


Exterior View

  • Architect: Timmelsjoch
  • Name of Project: Pass Museum
  • Location: North Tyrolean, Austria
  • Software used: Autocad architecture 2008


Hauptschule Rattenberg in Rattenberg, Austria by Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Article source: Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH

“This extension to a secondary school that was too small meet the demands of afternoon care is anything but the kind of architecture that attempts to ingratiate itself with its surroundings. (…).

Night View (Images Courtesy Christian Flatscher)

  • Architect: Daniel Fügenschuh – Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh ZT GmbH
  • Name of Project: Hauptschule Rattenberg
  • Location: Rattenberg, Austria
  • Competition: 1. Platz
  • Pictures: Christian Flatscher


Climate Protection Supermarket in Graz, Austria by Love Architecture

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Article source: Love Architecture

The first energy self‐sufficient store that produces more energy than it uses. Organic products and a healthy lifestyle are mega trends in our society and therefore in the food industry as well. When building supermarkets, environmental friendliness and sustainability are becoming increasingly important. Economically and ecologically sustainable construction and operation minimize the ecological footprint and reduce the life‐cycle cost of buildings.

Image Courtesy Jasmin Schuller

  • Architects: Love Architecture
  • Project: Climate Protection Supermarket
  • Location: Graz, Austria
  • Area: NSF 1,100m2, GFA 1,500m2
  • Date of completion: December 2011
  • General planner: LOVE architecture
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Lentia City in Linz, Austria by LOVE architecture and urbanism

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Article source: LOVE architecture and urbanism

LENTIA CITY – “Come on in!”

Lentia City is a shopping center in the center of Linz (Austria’s third largest city) with an expanded sales floor of 20,000 m². The main entrance, which was designed by LOVE, is situated on the main road – the busiest street in this part of the city. The goal of this design was to first attract potential Lentia City visitors with a friendly and distinctive appearance in the street and then usher them into the interior of the shopping center.

Front View (Images Courtesy Jasmin Schuller)

  • Architect: LOVE architecture and urbanism
  • Name of Project: Lentia City
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Competition: Invitational architect contest 1. Prize 2007
  • Planning: 2008 – 09
  • Completed: 2010


Villa3s in Graz Geidorf, Austria by LOVE Architecture and Urbanism

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Article source: LOVE architecture and urbanism

A gorgeous property on the fringes of Graz Geidorf, a very limiting land-use plan and a very ambitious budget form the starting point for the planning of my own house. Simple yet complex; clear but also playful; light and optimistic; small yet also big. A place that is architecturally distinct, yet eminently livable; unconventional and unique, yet still functional for everyday living – these are the attributes of my family’s future home.

Image Courtesy Jasmin Schuller

  • Architects: LOVE Architecture and Urbanism
  • Project: Villa3s
  • Location: Graz Geidorf, Austria
  • Year: 2010, planning and completition
  • Floor Space: 145m2 netto
  • Costs: 1,725€/m2 gross
  • Collaborators: construction calculation – Hartmth Petschnigg, building physics – Roland Müller
  • Photography: Jasmin Schuller
  • Materials: concrete, brick, glass (system is self developed), wood cover on the roof (larch), wood terraces (garapa)
  • Software: Autocad


Kitzbuehel Mansion in Austria by Splendid Architecture

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Article source: Splendid Architecture

When architect and designer Nina Schmid visited the very steep plot surrounded by mountains for the first time she knew instantly that she had to find a way to capture the fantastic views. The unique location of this property in the Alps should become noticeable from the outside and the inside. The two wings of the building appear like two pieces of wood. The center part of the mansion reminds of a fire, with its shimmering and sparkling appearance. It is the heart of the building: it connects the upper and lower tract. Starting from this center the whole ground plan was developed: the construction and different functions of the Kitzbuehel Mansion rely on this center.

Image Courtesy Ralf Buscher

  • Architects: Splendid Architecture
  • Project: Kitzbuehel Mansion
  • Location: Kitzbuehel, Austria
  • Type of plot: very steep slope
  • Size of plot: 1.300sqm
  • Built on area: 430 sqm
  • Living space: 520 sqm
  • Total space: 720 sqm
  • Gross volume: 2.900 cubic meters


VILLA S in Vienna, Austria by buerger katsota architects

Saturday, January 28th, 2012

Article source: buerger katsota architects

The scheme aims at accommodating and negotiating the differing and ever changing needs of an extended family. A generous, skylight staircase becomes the gallery of the house and the core of the home linking the two dwellings. Living areas of different sizes and acoustic qualities are designed to cater for music events and social gatherings of various scales. Between the ‘built’ and the ‘un-built’ of the lush urban garden, frames, platforms, niches and extrusions, create intricate relations and unexpected perspectives.

Exterior View

  • Architect: buerger katsota architects
  • Project title: VILLA S
  • Location: Hietzing, Vienna, Austria
  • Project description: Private residence for an extended family
  • Site area: 1.402 m²
  • Built area: 650 m²


MPO9 Headquarter in Graz, Austria by GSarchitects ZT-GmbH

Friday, January 20th, 2012

Article source: GSarchitects ZT-GmbH

MP09  Headquarter Uniopt Pachleitner Group in Graz / Austria

An architectonic punctuation at an exposed site of the city – a new and distinctive Entree to the city – a future oriented potential for development for the whole area.

Putting a company into the spotlight means transforming a philosophy into architecture. The ‘black panther’s does not only recount the story of the company but he emotionalises, he describes a vision and makes it physically and sculpturally ascertainable. Where Design and shape evolve, ideas emerge and become manifest in mass. Elegant and smooth, the ‘black Panther’s composes eagerness and speed to the urban architecture. His watchful eyes attend the street – movement and silhouette merge in the dance of the forces and the night.

Exterior View

  • Architect: GSarchitects ZT-GmbH
  • Name of Project: MPO9 Headquarter
  • Location: Graz, Austria
  • Client: Dr. Michael Pachleitner Privatstiftung
  • Site area:10 940 m²
  • Built up area: 17 054 m²


tool KIT in Ternitz, Austria by AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Article source: AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH

Since fall 2010, our “tool Kit” has gone into full use:
AllesWirdGut is pleased to announce the opening of the Ternitz kindergarten: in 2008, our concept of multifunctional circulation areas already convinced competition jurors; now it is working, hopefully, as a fun “tool KIT” for the youngest generation of Ternitz.

Front View

  • Architect: AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH
  • Name of Project: tool KIT
  • Location: Ternitz, Austria
  • Project: Kindergarten
  • Client: Stadtgemeinde Ternitz
  • Competition: 2008
  • Completion: 2010
  • Gross floor area: 1.280m²
  • Planning: AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH


Childcare Centre in Maria Enzersdorf, Austria by MAGK illiz Architekten

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Article source: MAGK illiz Architekten

An influx and increasing birth rate in the community situated to the south of Vienna called for the creation of more, particularly state-of-the-art child care facilities. Therefore a competition tender submission for a new child care centre was issued in 2008. The existing 19th century ‘Gründerzeit’ school was to be extended by eight primary school classes, a after-school care club and a kindergarten with kitchen.

The association of architects MAGK illiz won the competition and was awarded the tender.

Image Courtesy Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: MAGK illiz Architekten
  • Project: Childcare Centre
  • Location: Maria Enzersdorf, Austria
  • Draft and General Planning: Arge MAGK illiz, illiz architektur ZT OG, illiz architektur
  • Project Architects: Günter Klein, Sabrina Peters, Martin Aichholzer, Petra Schlömer, Stefanie Wögrath
  • Staff Team: Karin Gutmann, Jiri Koten, Rosemarie Lebzeltern, Christian Eibensteiner, Stefan Kehrer
  • Builder: Infrastrukturverein & Co KG
  • Utilisation: Care facility with primary school, crèche and kindergarten,  canteen and multi-purpose hall plus various open spaces


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