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This page contains a selection of major Austrian Buildings. We cover completed buildings and new building designs across Austria. The focus is on contemporary Austrian buildings.

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Famous older buildings in Austria all in Vienna include Stephansdom (1137), Schloß Schönbrunn (1700), Staatsoper Wien (1869), Kunsthistorisches Museum (1871), Das kleinste Haus Wiens (1872), Börse Wien (1877), Parliament (1884), Naturhistorisches Museum (1889), Riesenrad (1897), Secession (1898), KunstHaus Wien (1892).

Famous new Austrian buildings in Vienna include, in chronological order: Urania (1910), Loos Haus Wien (1911), Otto Wagner Villa II (1913), Hundertwasser Haus (1985), Millennium Tower (1999), T-Mobile Center (2004).

A major historic building is the Vienna State Opera, designed by architects August Sicard von Sicardsburg and Eduard van der Nüll. It was built in the Neo-Renaissance style between 1861 and 1869.

A major new Austrian building is the Millennium Tower in Vienna which has 51 storeys and is 202m high. It was designed by architects Peichl & Partner ZT GmbH with Boris Podrecca. It is located at Handelskai 94-96.

The tallest building in Austria is however the DC Tower 1 at 220 m high. Completed in 2013 this skyscraper was designed by Dominique Perrault Architecture with Hoffmann-Janz Architekten.

The third tallest building in Vienna is Hochhaus Neue Donau designed by Harry Seidler and Associates (Australia) and completed in 2001. It is 150m high and has 34 storeys.

Austria Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

500 sqm House, Vienna
caramel architekten
500 sqm House
photo : Hertha Hurnaus

Austrian House

Am Krautgarten, Vienna
Caramel Architekten
Am Krautgarten Building Vienna
photograph : Hertha Hurnaus

Am Krautgarten

The AEC – Linz 2009, Upper Austria
picture from architect


Amalia House, Kirchbach
Grid Architects
Austrian holiday house
photograph : Lukas Schaller

Austrian holiday house

Asfinag Office, Tyrol, western Austria
Peter Lorenz Ateliers
Asfinag Office Building
picture © Günther Wett

Asfinag Office Innsbruck

Atrio, Villach, Austria
ATP Architects and Engineers
Atrio Villach
photo : Elke Visciotti

Atrio Villach

The Beatle of Kagran, Vienna
Beatle of Kagran
image from architect

Beatle of Kagran

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

Bergisel Ski Jump

Biokatalyse, Graz University of Technology
Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner
Technical University Graz
photo © Paul Ott

Technical University Graz

Cloudtower, Krems-Land, Lower Austria
the next ENTERprise
Grafenegg Pavilion
photo : Lukas Schaller

Grafenegg Pavilion

Crown Resort Montafon, western Austria
ATP Architects and Engineers
Crown Resort Montafon
picture from architect

Crown Resort Montafon

Key Architecture in Vienna

Haas Haus
Hans Hollein, architect
Haas Haus
image © Adrian Welch

Post Sparkasse building
Otto Wagner, architect
Post Sparkasse building
image © Adrian Welch

Secession Building
Olbrich, architect
Secession Building
image © Adrian Welch

Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station
architect: Otto Wagner, architect
Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station
image © Adrian Welch

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Graz Buildings

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Austrian Buildings / Designs, alphabetical:

47º40’48”N/13º8’12”E – house, Adnet
Maria Flöckner & Hermann Scnöll

Administration building Saeco, Lustenau
Baumschlager Eberle

Beekeeper’s house, Luftenberg
Hertl architekten, Steyr

BTV, Wolfurt
Baumschlager Eberle

Central Savings Bank, Graz
Günther Domenig

Centrum Bank, Valduz
Hans Hollein Architect with Bargetze+Partner

Ceramic showroom, Graz

Peter Leeb / Christina Condak

Cloud Tower, Grafenegg
the next ENTERprise – architects

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