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Viereck Architekten ZT-GmbH

May 24, 2022|

What Ewald Viereck started in 1984, is today successfully managed by Marleen and Bernhard Viereck. Both of them inherited the Archi- gene from their father and, together with a team of experienced architects we deliver projects ranging from Architecture & Interior Design to construction and project management, to building physics and acoustics. A one-stop solution for our clients. We create timeless, sophisticated architectural space, in Austria and the EU and anywhere else in the world like Maldives, where we are
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Deluxe Mountain Chalets by Viereck Architekten; Austria

October 1, 2019|Categories: Architecture and design as experience, Austria, BIG SEE Tourism Design Award 2019 - Winner, Tourism|

Four free - floating mountain chalets – each dedicated to a different bird – were inserted in to the open ground along a ridge . It was very important to bring the landscape into the house and to connect the interior with the outside space. Rustic materials, interpreted in a modern way, in combination with tasteful furniture with attention to detail create a special alpine hideaway. The ambition was to capture fantastic views across the valley, so the owners together with the architects decided to
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Ronald McDonald House Charity Graz by Viereck Architekten; Austria

October 1, 2019|Categories: Architecture and design as experience, Austria, BIG SEE Tourism Design Award 2019 - Winner, Tourism|

Ronald McDonald House Charity serves as a temporary accomodation for families with hospitalized children who receive a treatment at a hospital nearby. Fully equipped with playgrounds, common living rooms, kitchens, e.g.. Inspired by the location of the building site in amidst a forest, the idea of creating a tree house arose. The concept of a central tree was integrated in the interior design and adapted to an playful approach. Symmetrical visual axes create light-flooded rooms and keep the connection to the natural environment surrounding the
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Marleen Viereck; Viereck Architekten, Austria

September 25, 2019|Categories: Austria, Speakers Creative Tourism Conference 2019|

Ronald McDonald House Charity serves as a temporary accomodation for families with hospitalized children who receive a treatment at a hospital nearby. Fully equipped with playgrounds, common living rooms, kitchens, e.g..
Inspired by the location of the building site in amidst a forest, the idea of creating a tree house arose. The concept of a central tree was integrated in the interior design and adapted to an playful approach.
Symmetrical visual axes create light-flooded rooms and keep the connection to the natural environment surrounding the building. The
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Call for Entries – BIG SEE Product Design Awards 2024 – curated

June 18, 2024|

Product SUBMISSION BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of the Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays BIG SEE Awards contribute to the unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product and fashion design
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Voestalpine Railway Systems – Office Interior Design

April 10, 2024|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2024 – Winner, Interior, Workplace|Tags: |

In the offices of Voestalpine Railway Systems, everything runs on rails. With this in mind, the 6th floor of an office building from the 1950s in a prime location in Vienna was transformed into a modern office landscape with high design and technical standards. The color concept with its light blue and grey tones reflects the corporate identity of Voestalpine Railway Systems. The rail theme is a recurring motif: Stylized stainless steel rails in the corridors and the linear lighting system, for example, refer
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Call for Entries – BIG SEE Fashion Design Awards 2024

January 9, 2024|

PRODUCT SUBMISSION BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of the Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays BIG SEE Awards contribute to the unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product and fashion design
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Call for Entries – BIG SEE Product Design Awards 2024

January 9, 2024|

Product SUBMISSION BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of the Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays BIG SEE Awards contribute to the unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product and fashion design
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Additional offer 2023

October 10, 2023|

PROMOTION For tailor made exposure winners have an opportunity to select individual promotional elements if they are not already included in selected package. Use of award logo and award certificate Winners have an opportunity of using a BIG SEE Award logo as a proof of excellence. It is intended for publication at winning project presentations. Included in Winner's packages Award Trophy Personally at Big Design Festival but
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Eurospar Supermarket Hönigsberg

September 5, 2023|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Wood Design Award 2023 – Winner, City and community (public and commercial wooden buildings), Wood|

The new Eurospar Hönigsberg follows the road and invites arriving customers on two sides with a generous glass facade. The main design feature is the striking rhomboid timber structure of laminated timber beams. The structure expands from the sales area to the outside of the building into a large 80m deep, cantilevered roof, which shelters the building’s foreground. The building is constructed in a timber skeleton structure with laminated beams and bracing cross-laminated timber walls, with a timber hollow box ceiling. All structural parts
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Call for Entries – BIG SEE Interior Design Awards 2024

August 31, 2023|

Project submission BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays BIG SEE Awards contribute to unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product, and fashion design globally.
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Call for Entries – BIG SEE Architecture Awards 2024

August 31, 2023|

PROJECT SUBMISSION BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays BIG SEE Awards contribute to unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product and fashion design globally.
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Apartment B

March 29, 2023|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2023 – Winner, Interior, Residential|

The purchase of the apartment was still in the planning phase of the apartment complex, so two apartments could be bought on top of each other, and a staircase could be planned as the heart of the apartment. The room layout of the apartment could be implemented according to the wishes of the family. A spacious living, dining and cooking area is the centre of the apartment. The bedrooms with associated bathrooms, as well as a playroom for the children, are situated on the
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Spa Chalets

March 28, 2023|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE Architecture Award 2023 - Winner, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2023 – Winner, BIG SEE Wood Design Award 2023 – Winner, Interior, Residential, Residential – houses, Wood, Wooden houses|

The property has an east facing slope where the new buildings serve, together with the main house, as a completion of an ensemble of several individual buildings. Originally, the hut served as a shelter from weather events during the seasons. In spring from the cold, in summer from the heat and in autumn as a break from grape harvesting. It has also served as a sleeping-in, without electricity and water. Later, the hut was also used to pull up the vine stocks as well
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ARSP Architekten

May 25, 2022|

Your Content Goes Here ARSP is an architectural partnership that currently operates studios in Dornbirn, Innsbruck and Stuttgart. The nucleus of the collective is in Vorlarlberg, Austria, where the office ARSP Architekten was founded in 2013. The office is a direct successor to the office OLK / Rüf ZT GmbH. Today, ARSP Architects lead in partnership and collaboration the architects: Frank Stasi, Rike Kress, Matthias Maier, Stefan Robanus and Maren Kröller. Organized in an international network and in agile
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With consistent attention to detail in every aspect of the project we can create truly refined aesthetics

May 24, 2022|Categories: I think, Interview|

With consistent attention to detail in every aspect of the project we can create truly refined aesthetics An interview with Viereck Architekten, Austria What makes your winning project Lakeside Chalet one of a kind? Starting with the client`s desire to build a holiday home for his family, the biggest challenge was to place the building(s) in a subtle way on this very steep terrain. Inspired by the North facing slope towards the lake, we decided to divide the spatial
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Deluxe Montain Chalets

May 24, 2022|Categories: Architecture|Tags: |

Set within the scenic mountain panorama of upper Styria, Austria, the “Deluxe Mountain Chalets” serve as an extension to the numerously awarded high - end restaurant “Wirtshaus Steirereck”. The ambition was to capture fantastic views across the valley, so the owners together with the architects decided to place the chalets on top of the mountain crest in order to provide 360 degrees views. Due to the existing forest along the crest, the architects derived their concept from bird nests and developed it
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Hotel “Die Wasnerin”

May 24, 2022|Categories: Architecture, Interior|Tags: |

The hotel “DIE WASNERIN” is a time-out retreat. Guests appreciate the tranquility and the gerenous space in this hotel. The demand for new relexation rooms with panoramic views was high – and the empty space on the roof was just perfect. From there, you can enjoy the unique 360° mountain panorama to the Loser mountain and the Dachstein-glacier. The hotel owners wanted to offer their guests even more space to relax and unwind, surrounded nature. Through the new panoramic windows you get
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Lakeside Chalet, Lake Millstatt

February 18, 2022|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2022 – Winner, Interior, Residential interior|

The main idea was to place the Chalet on the highest point to let it float above everything else, tucked into a lush landscape. Therefore the lower floor was built in reinforced concrete to cater for a cantilever of 4,5 meters. The ground floor of the Chalet is same as the Bath House and Boat House, entirely built in timber. All buildings were designed in a very puristic way, from Exterior to Interior. As the main façade material we chose white, knotless, fir planks
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Lakeside Chalet, Lake Millstatt

February 18, 2022|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE Architecture Award 2022 – Winner, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2022 – Winner, BIG SEE Wood Design Award 2022 – Winner, Interior, Residential architecture, Residential interior, Wood, Wooden houses|

The main idea was to place the Chalet on the highest point to let it float above everything else, tucked into a lush landscape. Therefore the lower floor was built in reinforced concrete to cater for a cantilever of 4,5 meters. The ground floor of the Chalet is same as the Bath House and Boat House, entirely built in timber. All buildings were designed in a very puristic way, from Exterior to Interior. As the main façade material we chose white, knotless, fir planks
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Lakeside Chalet, Grossegg

February 18, 2022|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Wood Design Award 2022 – Winner, Wood, Wooden houses|Tags: |

All buildings were designed in a very puristic way, entirely in timber, from Exterior to Interior. As the main façade material for Chalet and Boat house we chose white, knotless, fir planks with rough-cut surface, varying in size and thickness. The timber was treated with an organic coating for a consistent consistent greyscale during the weathering process and adds a silver shimmering effect to the building, which together with the different plank sizes creates an elegant façade appearance. Only the bath house has aluminum panels
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Project partners – project submission

January 11, 2022|

POSITION YOUR WORK WHERE IT BELONGS: AMONG INTERNATIONAL WINNERS BIG SEE Awards BIG SEE Awards were launched as regional awards to systematically explore and promote the creative and business potential of Southeast Europe. With the ambition of connecting creativity beyond regional boundaries, they have outgrown regional frameworks and become international. Nowadays, BIG SEE Awards contribute to unique and original creative achievements in architecture, interior, product and
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The Eagle – Mountain Top Restaurant, St. Georgen am Kreischberg

March 5, 2021|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE Interior Design Award 2021 - Winner, Civic, Interior|

The much anticipated “The Eagle” Restaurant at the peak of Kreischberg Mountain within the Austrian Alps is completed. Set amidst a breathtaking landscape with 360 degrees of panoramic views across the mountain backdrop, Viereck Architects designed a building with its shape derived from the client´s brief; To create a rock-like crystalline landmark. The CLT superstructure with its fully in timber and stone cladded interior, is on the outside covered by glass panels up to 6m high, offering spectacular views across the ski slopes and
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The Eagle – Mountain Top Restaurant, St. Georgen am Kreischberg

March 3, 2021|Categories: Architecture and design as experience, Austria, BIG SEE Tourism Design Award 2021 – Winner, Tourism|Tags: |

The much anticipated “The Eagle” Restaurant at the peak of Kreischberg Mountain within the Austrian Alps is completed. Set amidst a breathtaking landscape with 360 degrees of panoramic views across the mountain backdrop, Viereck Architects designed a building with its shape derived from the client´s brief; To create a rock-like crystalline landmark. The CLT superstructure with its fully in timber and stone cladded interior, is on the outside covered by glass panels up to 6m high, offering spectacular views across the ski slopes and mountain
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The Eagle – Kreischberg Gipfelrestaurant, St. Georgen am Kreischberg

February 3, 2021|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE Architecture Award 2021 – Winner, BIG SEE Tourism Design Award 2021 – Winner, Public and commercial architecture|

The Eagle - Mountain Top Restaurant The much anticipated “The Eagle” Restaurant at the peak of Kreischberg Mountain within the Austrian Alps is completed. Set amidst a breathtaking landscape with 360 degrees of panoramic views across the mountain backdrop, Viereck Architects designed a building with its shape derived from the client´s brief; To create a rock-like crystalline landmark. The CLT superstructure with its fully in timber and stone cladded interior, is on the outside covered by glass panels up to 6m high, offering spectacular
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Creative Tourism 2019

December 16, 2019|

CREATIVE TOURISM FESTIVAL, October 2019 Winning projects Lectures Attendees Photogallery Photos: Miloš Horvat & Zavod Big October Programme 2019 HERE→
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TOURISM CONFERENCE, OCT. 17

September 24, 2019|Categories: Partner events 2019, Talks 2019|

October 17, 2019 City of Design, Dunajska cesta 123, Ljubljana MAIN STAGE 13.00-19.00: TOURISM CONFERENCE PROGRAM 13.00-14.00: Lunch 14.00–17.00: Business & Design forum: Architecture and design for the needs of creative tourism Investors and Managers: BHS – Best Hospitality Solutions, Janez Jager; Croatia Accor Hotels - Laurent Clavilier; France Terme Olimia, Matej Terner, Slovenia Edi Simčič Wine Estate, Aleks Simčič; Slovenia Architects and designers: STUDIO UP; Toma Plejić, Croatia GLAMPRO, Jure Dolenc; Slovenia AKSL arhitekti, Špela Leskovic / Aleš Košak;
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Festival Creative Tourism 2019 – programme

May 15, 2019|

FESTIVAL CREATIVE TOURISM 2019 October  17, 2019 City of Design, Dunajska cesta 123, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia PROGRAMME 13.00–14.00 LUNCH 13.00–18.00 TOURISM SHOW EVENTS Več tukaj → 14.00–17.00 CONFERENCE BUSINESS-AND DESIGN FORUM: ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FOR CREATIVE TOURISM BHS – Best Hospitality Solutions, Janez Jager; Croatia Accor Hotels – Laurent Clavilier, the Vice President of Construction, Design & Technical Services Eastern Europe, France Terme Olimia, Matej Terner,
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