Urban Topos in Vienna

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Urban Topos in Vienna

Apartment Housing Development in Austria – design by HOLODECK architects

25 Nov 2016

Topos Reflections

Design: HOLODECK architects

Location: Vienna, Austria

Topos Reflections

Urban Topos in Vienna

The apartement building is defined as urban topography. Surrounding green areas, balconies and terraces extend the living space that is framed by full height french windows.

Urban Topos in Vienna

From the elegantly clad outdoor areas the inhabitants enjoy manifold perspectives. The orientation of each apartement`s floor plan facilitates views in two directions.

Urban Topos in Vienna

Gebaut 2011 Award MA 19 City Design Vienna

Urban Topos in Vienna

Urban Topos in Vienna – Building Information

Location: Vienna, Austria
Client: CER Immobilienentwicklung GmbH
Architect: HOLODECK architects
Project Team: Marlies Breuss, Michael Ogertschnig, Carolin Saile, Christian Rottensteiner, Nana Schilling
Year: 2009-11
Gross Floor Area: 2615 sqm

Urban Topos in Vienna

Photography © Hertha Hurnaus

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