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NeuBau3 in Linz, Austria by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

Sunday, March 25th, 2018

Article source: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

Completion of the listed complex by Peter Behrens

Compared to the original building by Peter Behrens, who in the 1930s created an internationally regarded masterpiece of Modernism with Tabakfabrik Linz, the new development added in the early 1980s was not of the same architectural standard.

The 80s addition was demolished, releasing a site that the Linz authorities thought would be the perfect location for the main building of the Tabakfabrik complex and, based on its key geographical role in the fabric of the city, they decided it would be a historic chance to positively impact the development of the city.

Image Courtesy © Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

  • Architects: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH
  • Project: NeuBau3
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit
  • Project Development / Investor: Bodner Bau GesmbH & Co KG, Kufstein
  • Open Space Planning: Korbwurf/Korbinian Lechner, Vienna


Rossbarth in Linz, Austria by destilat ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Article source: destilat ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN 

Planning the first restaurant of two young gourmet cooks was yet another great opportunity for destilat to realize an exciting gastronomy project in a heritage-protected environment.

The architectural concept is based on the culinary philosophy of Marko Barth and Sebastian Rossbach: a kitchen with simple yet top-quality and predominantly regional products that are finished in a sophisticated and creative way.

Image Courtesy © destilat ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN


House E in Linz, Austria by caramel architekten zt gmbh

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Article source: caramel architekten zt gmbh

Located on the periphery of the city, the plot of land offers a spectacular view of Linz, as long as one builds high enough to be able to gaze over the neighbouring properties. That is why the ground storey lies about 6m above street level – with the pleasant side-effect of allowing the garden area to adjoin the living area on the same level to the west and north, despite the extreme slope.

Image Courtesy © Martin Pröll and Caramel

Image Courtesy © Martin Pröll and Caramel

  • Architects: caramel architekten zt gmbh
  • Project: House E
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Photography: Martin Pröll and Caramel
  • Software used: Archicad


Stelzhamer school Linz in Austria by kirsch ZT GmbH

Friday, April 1st, 2016

Article source: kirsch ZT GmbH

The objective was the redevelopment and extension of an existing school – a building made from prefabricated concrete slabs in the 1970s – in the centre of Linz. The building’s extension closed a gap of surrounding perimeter block development while at the same time creating an independent ensemble. Easy access to public transport and the location within a dynamically developing urban area justify the expansion of the school site.

Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus

Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: kirsch ZT GmbH
  • Project: Stelzhamer school Linz
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Photography: Hertha Hurnaus


KINDERGARTEN Solar City in Linz, Austria by x architekten

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Article source: x architekten

The project’s main aim is to provide a space as large as possible for children and staff thus creating exciting situations through a combination of a clearly structured room design and the topography of the roof landscape. The kindergarten is designed as a passive house with lowest possible energy use.

Image Courtesy © Elisabeth Grebe

Image Courtesy © Elisabeth Grebe

  • Architects: x architekten
  • Project: KINDERGARTEN Solar City
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Photography: Elisabeth Grebe and Max Nirnberger
  • Software used: Vectorworks 10
  • Client: City of Linz/Linz municipal authorities, GWG (Non-Profit Housing Society)
  • Net floor space: 1009 m
  • Size of building ground: 6062 m²
  • Constructed area: 1535 m² (more…)

Financial And Commercial Department Of Voestalpine Stahl Gmbh in Linz, Austria by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Article source: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

The Voest steelworks in Linz has erected its new, representative sales and finances head office around an extensive open area. The urban planning concept and the design of the buildings on the square were carried out by Austria’s most important architect living abroad, following a competition between several top-rank designers.

Linz does not owe its reputation as a location of industry solely to “the Voest”, as this business is known in Upper Austria. But the perception of this city, both from inside and outside, does appear to be particularly closely linked with this steel company, founded under the name Hermann Göring Werke, which today is a global player. Fortunately there is in “the Voest” an awareness of the responsibility that this brings with it. Serious efforts are made − not only in terms of improving the quality of the air in Linz. And so the visiting card that the voestalpine Stahl GmbH (the company’s full title) presents to us in the form of its new sales and finances head office also stands for this city shaped by industry. And as such it functions excellently: the dynamically curved volume, cut at an angle in front, with the filigree, adjustable golden façade makes an impact on even the most inattentive motorist driving by.

Image Courtesy Jo Feichtinger

  • Architects: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
  • Project: Financial And Commercial Department Of Voestalpine Stahl Gmbh
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Client: voestalpine Stahl GmbH
  • Project team leader: Claire Bodénez and Gerhard Pfeiler
  • Team: Philipp Hugo Urabl, Dorit Böhme, Roland Basista, Albert Moosbrugger, Ulli Gabriel, Andreas Trampe-Kieslich, Ralitsa Kafova, Camille Duperche, Katharina Düsing, Nemanja Kordic


Schlossmuseum Linz in Austria by HoG Architektur ZT GmbH

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: HoG Architektur ZT GmbH

In the year 1800, a devastating fire occurred in Linz during which also the Southern wing of the “Linzer castle“ fell victim to the flames. The castle on the hill between the old city and the Danube lost its city-facing wing and, therefore, its presence within the urban fabric. Since 1965, the castle has been home to the Upper Austrian national museum. The requirement for additional and large exhibition space led to the new construction of the Southern wing.

Images Courtesy Jakob Winkler

  • Architect: HoG Architektur ZT GmbH
  • Name of Project: Schlossmuseum Linz
  • Location: Linz, Austria
  • Client: LIG (Landes Immobilien GmbH Oberösterreich)
  • Photographs: Paul Ott, Peter Eder, Jakob Winkler


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


Science park – Mechatronik in Linz, Austria by Caramel Architekten

Sunday, January 8th, 2012

Article source: Caramel Architekten

The program involved designing several individual buildings which would be interwoven as well as tied to the existing University of Linz campus. The plan was to take into consideration the neighboring residential buildings as well as the natural form of the slope and the katabatic winds, which play an important role in keeping the city cool, and the poor condition of the building lot was not to be overlooked either.

Image Courtesy Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: Caramel Architekten
  • Project: Science park – Mechatronik
  • Location: Linz, Austria


  • ground floor: entrance foyer and specialty rooms (research laboratories)
  • Upper levels 1–5: office spaces


Hairstyle Interface in Steingasse, Linz by X Architekten

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

Article source: X Architekten


For the redevelopment of the façade of the Hair Couture Salon, which is situated in a quiet side street near the busy shopping axes of the city, the function of the hairdresser’s was to be transferred to the exterior to attract attention.

Image Courtesy David Schreyer

  • Architects: X Architekten
  • Project: Hairstyle Interface
  • Location:Steingasse, Linz
  • Client: Salon Mittermeier
  • Planning data: Direct order 2006
  • Start of planning: 2006
  • Start of construction: 2007
  • Completion date: May 2008
  • Photography: David Schreyer


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