THIS BUILDING’S FACADE HAS STEEL MASH SKIN WITH SAKURA PATTERNS IN VIENNA

THIS BUILDING’S FACADE HAS STEEL MASH SKIN WITH SAKURA PATTERNS IN VIENNA

 

NERMA LINSBERGER ZTGMBH : The property is located on a very busy intersection. An intervention in the existing building use class made possible better light and sun exposure conditions. In order to defuse the “T”-point, a V-shaped courtyard has been cut into the building. The paths to the access balcony and the ancillary areas are concentrated around the courtyard.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
A passage in the East creates a pedestrian connection between Brünnerstraße and a park in the West.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
Apartment structure
A large variety of apartment ground plans are made possible through the particular body structure of the building. Openness and the dynamic of the space structure may add to the diversity of housing units.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
B-type apartments can be put together into bigger units, each with correspondingly large sanitary facilities. It is possible to connect the rooms between the B and C-type apartments, or to merge them together.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
The apartments are designed in a very compact way and are economically optimized. The flats offer the same quality and category of living by taking up less usable space.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
Living in a community
The project has a differentiated system of meeting and communication rooms with varying degrees of privacy, for example community rooms and a community kitchen.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
The development scheme of spatial connectivity results in small and easy to manage neighborhoods. The large diversity of free spaces strengthens the identification of the inhabitants with their residential complex. Additionally, the integration of the lower social groups in the managed apartments on the ground floor furthers the building of the community spirit and reduces prejudice.
This Building's Facade Has Steel Mash Skin With Sakura Patterns in Vienna
Photo Courtesy : Andreas Buchberger

 

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