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Hartenaugasse Office Building in Styria, Austria by Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Article source: Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH

For an architect, the task of giving a manor house a new purpose and function is of course a fascinating, yet also complex, challenge. Villas such as Hartenaugasse 6 rank at the very top of the range of desirable residences. Yet the shape of living space today has changed altogether fundamentally in comparison with the ideas prevailing at the time the villas were designed. This accounts for the fact that many of these buildings are put to other uses today.

Image Courtesy Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH 

  • Architects: Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH
  • Project: Hartenaugasse Office Building
  • Location: Hartenaugasse, 8010 Graz, Styria, Austria
  • Client: Wegraz GmbH
  • Project team:
    Project manager: DI Martin Mittermayr
    Collaborators: DI Robert Strempfl, Ing. Johannes Eisenberger
  • Technical consultants:
    Structural: Vatter&Partner ZT GmbH, 8200 Gleisdorf
    Mechanical services: TB Hammer GmbH, 8054Graz
    Electrical: TB Klauss GmbH, 8054 Graz
    Construction physics: Dr. Pfeiler ZT GmbH, 8010 Graz
  • Contractors:
    Main contractor: Lederer-Grabner BauGmbH, 8055 Graz
    Facade / Metalwork: Ferroglas GmbH, 4063 Hörsching
    Facade: SFL GmbH, 8152 Stallhofen
    Metalwork: Metallbau Hirt, 8230 Grafendorf
  • Competition:
    Design & documentation: Spring 2003 – Spring 2010
    Start of construction: May 2010
    Completion: April 2011
  • Technical data:
    Net area: ~ 1.275 m² (NF 1.010 m², FF 50 m², VF 215 m²)
    Total floor area: ca. 1.800 m²
    Cubage: ca. 6.100 m³

ÖWG/ÖWGes HEADQUARTERS in Moserhofgasse, Styria by Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Article source: Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH

For every business, the new build of a company headquarter is a forward striving action, and thus, also the new ÖWG/ÖWGes office building, became an architectonic contribution to the urban room of Graz. In essence, it’s about expressing presence and future-orientated ambition both externally and among the employed staff, the building should communicate that new approaches are being made.

Image Courtesy Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH

  • Architects: Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner ZT GmbH
  • Location: Moserhofgasse, 8010 Graz, Styria
  • Client: ÖWG/ÖWGes GmbH
  • Project team: Project manager: DI René Traby
    Collaborators: DI Martin Mittermayr, Renate Mussbacher
  • Technical consultants: Structural: DI Boyer, 8010 Graz
    Mechanical services: TB Ing. Starchel, 8430 Leibnitz
    Electrical: TB Ing. Stengg, 8720 Knittelfeld
    Construction physics: Rosenfelder&Höfler Consulting, 8010 Graz
  • Contractors: Main contractor: Lieb-Bau Weiz, 8160 Weiz
    Steel construction: Gänsweider GmbH, 8561 Söding
    Facade / Metalwork: Ferroglas GmbH, 4063 Hörsching
    Carpenter: Unterwaditzer GmbH, 9771 Berg

Aqualux Therme Fohnsdorf in Styria, Austria by Architekten Titus Walter Pernthaler ZT GmbH

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Article source: Architekten Titus Walter Pernthaler ZT GmbH

The history of Fohnsdorf as a coal mining town serves as the inspirational starting point for the design of the thermal bath. The building is situated as a monolithic block seemingly growing out of the existing topography by analogy with the characteristical form of a coal seam.

Children´s Area / Outside Section : Image Courtesy © Architekten Titus Walter Pernthaler ZT GmbH

  • Architects: Architekten Titus Walter Pernthaler ZT GmbH
  • Project: Aqualux Therme Fohnsdorf
  • Location: Thermenallee 10; 8753 Fohnsdorf, Styria, Austria
  • Photography: Paul Ott
  • Lighting Design: Vedder Lichtmanagement
  • Structural engineering: Spirk & Partner ZT GmbH
  • HVAC engineering | water engineering: Die Haustechniker TB GmbH
  • Building physics | acoustics: Dr. Pfeiler GmbH
  • Landscape design: Monsberger Gartenarchitektur
  • Catering technology: PlanQuadrat Ingenieurbüro
  • Site area: 36.478 m2
  • Construction area: 4.020 m2
  • Gross floor area: 9.060 m2
  • Net area: 7.710 m2
  • Water areas: 885 m2
  • Construction costs: 21,5 Million €
  • Planning period: Competition December 2004; February 2005 – September 2007
  • Construction period: October 2006 – December 2007
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Meeting Hall Gosdorf in Styria, Austria by HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Article source: HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects

In comparison to the local surroundings, the distinctive architecture of the hall marks the attempt to provide a new highlight in a highly heterogeneous and, in terms of scale, non-homogeneous structure of a rural settlement. The hall has been deliberately designed as a venue for everyone; it stands apart from its neighbouring buildings and almost looks like a UFO that has just landed.

Image Courtesy Paul Ott

  • Architects: HOFRICHTER-RITTER Architects
  • Project: Meeting Hall Gosdorf
  • Location: Gosdorf, Styria, Austria
  • Area: about 750 m2
  • Finishing Time: November 2011
  • Photographer: Paul Ott


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