Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Sonnwendviertel 2 Bauteil Ost Wien, Multi-Generations-Living Austrian Property

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost

New Building on Antonie-Alt-Gasse, Austria – design by RLP Rüdiger Lainer + Partner

7 Oct 2017

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Vienna

Design: RLP Rüdiger Lainer + Partner, Architects

Location: Bauteil Ost, Vienna, Austria

Sonnwendviertel 2 in Vienna

Multi-Generations-Living

in the new Sonn2 – smart, fresh, intelligent

The new building is the missing mosaic stone in the development area Sonnwendviertel. It is the beginning and transition to Helmut Zilk Park. High building density and a wide range of uses are the central challenges for this ecologically and economically viable building.

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Urban development and user friendliness

RLP solves the problem of high density intelligently: The flanks of the building block remain lower, the number of floors in the area at Helmut Zilk Park is increased. The tanning of the northern neighboring buildings is thus improved. On the south west side, more light brightens the courtyard. The 30-meter-high component at the Helmut-Zilk-Park is also a first-rate landmark.

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Living in the city

The special feature of the residential housing complex is the integration of almost all age groups. In addition to classic apartments and room-optimized smart apartments, the three-storey senior citizens’ house with 81 rooms and the even a kindergarden with 4 groups can be found. In addition, there are also residential communities for alone educators and assisted living.

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

A prerequisite for this diversity is the cost-effectiveness of the construction method. RLP has structured the house according to the principle of outer wall-middle wall range. Virtually any change, such as merging or expanding apartments, can be carried out without great economic effort. In addition, the residential house offers high quality outdoor areas with terraces, flat roofs, loggias and balconies. The house “works” like a city with ways and places, privacy and the public.

Sonn2-Kindergarten:
Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Architecture

Without a doubt, the building complex is a really big building volume. The precise planning of RLP prevents any kind of monotony. Structure of the heights, prominent corners and the swinging out of the terraces lead to a shapely ensemble.

Sonnwendviertel 2 Kindergarten interior:
Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Architecture does a lot and is not expensive. Also an inexpensive means to accent a house is the color. A chasing apricot has a positive effect at all seasons.

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost Wien – Building Information

Name: Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost
Adress: Antonie-Alt-Gasse 9, Vienna, Austria
Land area: 3.350 m²
Gross floor area: 14.200 m²
Living area: 5.260 m²
Kindergarten: 710 m²
Commercial space: 950 m²
Retirement home: 4.460 m²
Start: 2013
Completion: June 2017

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Wien

Photos: DimKo Photography

Sonnwendviertel 2, Bauteil Ost, Vienna images / information received 051017 from RLP Rüdiger Lainer + Partner

RLP Rüdiger Lainer + Partner

Location: Antonie-Alt-Gasse 9, Vienna, Austria




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