Posts Tagged ‘Vienna’
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
Article source: feld72 Architekten
A residential building on a prominent urban development site at a corner by the Helmut-Zilk Park is setting a vitalising accent on the new district of the Central Railway Station – the contest-winning project of the architecture collective feld72. The building is positioned opposite the already existing Sonnwendviertel educational campus, its striking corner situation creating a landmark within the developing urban district. The building typology harks back to the characteristics of old city buildings, enabling a rich diversity of uses. One of its main focuses is on the practical options offered by the “Stadtsockelzone”, the ground floor area, promoting revitalisation of the neighbourhood.
Image Courtesy © feld72 Architekten
- Architects: feld72 Architekten
- Project: PARK ATRIUM (LET’S DANCE)
- Location: 1100 Vienna, AT
- Client: Kallco
- Landscape partner: YEWO Landscapes, Susanne Kallinger
- Collaborators: Yuliana Abisheva, Martin Bauer, Marie-Theres Genser, Hannah Jöchl, Hanna Kovar, Gerhard Mair, Jasmin Plaikner, Ralph Reisinger, Nora Sahr, Wilhelm Scherübl, Elian Trinca
- GFA: 4.500 m²
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Article source: göbl architektur ZT GmbH
The Tower of Power, located in the Vienna Brigittenau district, is a public charging station for electric vehicles. Operated by the Wien Energie electrical company, it was conceived to be a teaching and research facility as well. It was built by the students of the BFI Wien vocational training institute together with leading firms in the mobility industry. Using different charging systems, the station provides electricity for four cars and four e-bikes at a time.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Klomfar
- Architects: göbl architektur ZT GmbH
- Project: Tower of Power
- Location: Innstraße 27-29, 1200 Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Bruno Klomfar
- Software used: Rhino
- Design Team: Lukas Göbl, Andrés Espana, Oliver Ulrich, Alexander Enz
- Project Partners bfi Wien: Johann Gettinger, Gerald Lippitsch, Wilfried Ranegger, Roman Striok
- Structural Framework Planning: Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure
- Electrical Planning: Sikom Essra GmbH
- Building Client: bfi Wien
- Operator: Wien Energie
- Construction start: 2014
- Completion: 2017
Thursday, July 20th, 2017
Article source: Pichler & Traupmann Architekten
ÖAMTC – the support point
From the service workshops to the heliport all the elements of the programme are laid out along a single vertical axis, i.e. also from the counter to the reception and the event areas to the large atrium of the offices. Logistically compact contents with high degree of efficiency, which is essentially what support points are, are here transformed and applied to the building in a translated form.
Image Courtesy © Toni Rappersberger
- Architects: Pichler & Traupmann Architekten
- Project: ÖAMTC Headquarters
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Roland Halbe and Toni Rappersberger
- Client: OEAMTC Headquarters, Vienna 1
- Project team: Johanna Maria Priebe (project leader), Barbara Aull, Christoph Degendorfer, Andrea Ehrenreich, Mohammad Ekhlasi, Peter Grandits, Alexander Grass, Clemens Hasler, Barbara Jarmaczki, Joachim Kess, Bartosz Lewandowski, Till Martin, Daniel Moral Trigueros
- Structural design / project coordination: FCP – Fritsch, Chiari & Partner ZT GmbH, Vienna
- Structural fire protection: Norbert Rabl ZT GmbH, Graz
- Building services / electrical planning: DIE HAUSTECHNIKER Technisches Büro GmbH, Jennersdorf
- Building physics / facade: Dr. Pfeiler GmbH, Graz
Sunday, May 28th, 2017
Article source: Caramel Architekten
Because of specific composition of the newest project „mill24“ by caramel architects, the urban recompaction, implemented by an expansion of the roof of an early days house, can hardly be noticed from the street area.
Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus
- Architects: Caramel Architekten
- Project: Mill24
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Hertha Hurnaus
- Living area: 172,29 m²
- Terraces: 71,96 m²
- Start of Design Process: 11/2012
- Start of Construction: 02/2015
- Completion: 08/2016
Thursday, May 18th, 2017
Article source: Dominique Perrault Architecture
The design of the two high-rise towers for the Donau-City in Vienna represents the concluding phase of a development extending over several decades: on what was originally a municipal rubbish tip the UNO-City was erected (1973–1979), tentative plans to hold the 1995 Vienna-Budapest EXPO here were soon abandoned, as a result architects Krischanitz and Neumann (commissioned by WED AG) produced an urban design masterplan for the area in 1992. The outcome is an entirely new urban district with a diverse range of functions.
Image Courtesy © VIENNE DCTOWER
- Architects: Dominique Perrault Architecture
- Project: DC Towers I + II
- Location: Donau-City, Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Michael Nagl and VIENNE DCTOWER
- Client: WED (Wiener Entwicklungsgesellschaft für den Donauraum AG)
- Associated architect: Hoffmann & Janz Architectes
- Engineering: Perrault Projets (architectural engineering ), Bollinger & Grohmann, Gmeiner Haferl Zivilingenieure ZT GmbH (structure), Werner Sobek Ingenieure (façades), ZFG – Projekt (fluids), Dr Pfeiler GmbH (Bauphysik), TB Eipeldauer & Partner GmbH (electricity), AXIS Ingenieursleistungen ZT GmbH (VRD), Wacker Ingenieure (wind study)
Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
Article source: Hariri & Hariri Architecture
This master-plan includes six buildings and an undulating landscape as a tray holding all the different activities, buildings, technologies and sustainable systems. Each building is unique in shape, form, and size held together by an Interlocking Wrapper in wood and stone. In contrast to the typical repetitive and contemporary residential projects of the 20th century, we have maximized the variety of apartments, views, exterior spaces and experiences. The wrapper is the element that unifies the different variables. The same concept applies to the bleacher buildings, making them part of the larger whole while preserving their historic integrity.
Image Courtesy © Hariri & Hariri Architecture
- Architects: Hariri & Hariri Architecture
- Project: Viertel Zwei Plus Mixed-Use Residential & Commercial Development
- Location: Vienna, Austria
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
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
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
Friday, December 23rd, 2016
Article source: Söhne & Partner architects
Often, the most exciting thing to see when entering a tax consultancy office it the latest edition of a law book. For one renowned tax consultancy office these days are over: it transforms its reception into a welcoming, comfortable lobby.
While planning the reconstruction of the entire office space, the redesign of the reception and the meeting rooms was announced in a small architectural competition. We were able to convince the jury of our unusual design, which so far has been particularly popular with high-class hotels. Now we are able to implement our ideas of an unconventional tax consultancy design in the look of a feel-good hotel lobby.
Image Courtesy © Söhne & Partner architects