Innsbruck Buildings: Tyrol Architecture

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Innsbruck Buildings : Tyrol Architecture

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Innsbruck Architecture

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Innsbruck Buildings, Tyrol. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both. We cover completed Innsbruck buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Tyrol. The focus is on contemporary Innsbruck buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Tyrol Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Leiner Furniture Store
Design: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH
Leiner Furniture Store Austria
photo from architect

Leiner Furniture Store
The new Leiner furniture store can be seen from a considerable distance as you approach Innsbruck from the East on the A12 motorway. The four story structure is a beacon, in Leiner’s corporate green, to people passing by. Along with the large areas of green, the angular form of the building itself makes a strong impression. Like a folded tablecloth, the translucent metal construction envelopes the volumes of the building. With this striking facade, Zechner & Zechner are taking a stand against the standardisation and anonymity of current furniture store architecture.

Kaufhaus Tyrol, Innsbruck
Design: David Chipperfield Architects
Kaufhaus Tyrol Building
photo : Ute Zscharnt for David Chipperfield Architects

Kaufhaus Tyrol

Asfinag Office Innsbruck
Design: Peter Lorenz Ateliers (PLA)
Asfinag Office Innsbruck
picture © Günther Wett

Asfinag Office Innsbruck
The project stands out due to its abundance of convincing and conclusive qualities. The building’s design blends in optimally with its surroundings, thus creating a natural blending in the development of the Karl-Kapferer-Straße as well as a perfect entrance area at the crossroads. Proportions are significant due to the distinct horizontal arrangement of the façade. The multilayered façade’s depth-effect and variability, provides an architectural quality perfectly suiting the high standards of the surrounding area. The building’s modernity and consistency play a role in providing an adequate replacement for the existing building.

Innsbruck Buildings

Major Innsbruck Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Bergisel Ski Jump
image : Hélène Binet

Bergisel Ski Jump

Electrical Substation, Innsbruck
Design: UNStudio, Architects
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Electrical Substation, Innsbruck, 2002, UN Studio

Innsbruck building

MPreis – Innsbruck Store
Design: Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH
MPreis Innsbruck
image from Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH

MPreis Innsbruck

Maria-Theresian-Straße, Innsbruck
Design: AllesWirdGut Architektur
Maria-Theresian-Straße
photo © Hertha Hurnaus

Maria-Theresian-Straße

Nordpark Cable Railway Station, Innsbruck
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Nordpark Cable Railway Station
photo : Helene Binet

Nordpark Stations Innsbruck

University Innsbruck Faculty Building
Design: ATP Architects and Engineers
University of Innsbruck Building
image from architects

University Innsbruck Faculty Building

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Gleichenberg Thermal Bath
Gleichenberg Thermal Bath
image : Jensen & Skodvin Architects
Gleichenberg Thermal Bath

Verkaufs- und Finanzzentrale voest alpine Stahl Gmbh
Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
Voest Steelworks Offices
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Voest Steelworks Linz

Martin Luther Kirche, Hainburg, eastern Austria
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Martin Luther Kirche Hainburg
photo © Duccio Malagamba

Martin Luther Kirche Hainburg

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