AUSTRIA

VILLA MARIE; Austria

By |28. 03. 2020|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2020, Residential architecture 2020|

  Villa Marie is situated on a south orientated slope in the alpine foothill region of Upper Austria. The design focuses on two aspects, a bungalow concept organizes all rooms on one level around a central living area and the west orientated veranda terrace. The generous veranda connects the main living room with the garden. A huge sliding door opens the main living space to the outside space linking the interiors to the exteriors. Three fun

PLEATED – B VILLA; Austria

By |27. 03. 2020|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2020, Residential architecture 2020|

  In a rural setting, surrounded by farmhouses, agricultural land and woods, is located a house with traditional elements that simultaneously has a dynamic shape with shifted slopes and folds in the roof. the exterior plaster covers the interior of the house, while the black-brown varnished larch of the roofing is used for the windows and door frames. the choice of wood is linked to tradition. its use can also be found in the sliding shutter

EFH SUA; Austria

By |27. 03. 2020|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2020, Residential architecture 2020|

  The design of the single family house is reacting to the requirement of town development plan with a new interpretation of the classical saddle-roof in shape of an asymmetric multiple folded roof. A U-shaped floor plan is organized in 3 “wings”, the different room heights are united under the folded roof and define the distinctive geometry. In respect of the traditional Burgenland town-character the house is presenting itself closed toward

PROMISING PROSPECTS – A HOUSE WITH A VIEW; Austria

By |27. 03. 2020|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2020, Residential architecture 2020|

  Residential Building with 67 subsidized apartments as well as the production school, for adolescents and young adults with an extended demand for support and assistance in planning their educational and vocational future. Close to the new main railway station in Vienna the novel neighbourhood Sonnwendviertel sets itself the goal to offer affordable housing connected to the existing as well as the new city fabric, and sufficient green and o

PATH OF PERSPECTIVES (PERSPEKTIVENWEG); Austria

By |27. 03. 2020|Categories: Architecture, Austria, BIG SEE ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2020, Landscape and urban space 2020|

  The Hungerburg and Nordkette funiculars bring visitors directly from the city center of Innsbruck to the Seegrube cable car station at 1,905 meters above sea level, where the Path of Perspectives unfurls in breathtaking alpine surroundings. Along the path, the subtle architectural interventions blend seamlessly into this spectacular landscape, offering visitors an opportunity to experience the staggering vistas of the alpine landscape from

EMBRACE TABLES by Eoos Design for Carl Hansen & Søn; Austria, Denmark

By |25. 11. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE WOOD AWARD 2019, Blog, Wooden furniture-2019|

We wanted to create a stable and ultimately light table concept using the absolute minimum of material. Each table comprises just three components: a round tabletop that seems to float on a centered frame, as well as a crossed wooden base that serves to anchor the table, representing gravity. Soaring kites in the wind are the poetic image behind these objects. You hold the wooden bar in your hands and the lines are your connection to the kite in

HOUSE Z|F by Bernd Riegger; Austria

By |14. 11. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE WOOD AWARD 2019, Blog, Wooden houses 2019|

  A house in the garden. The private house Z|F with a total area of 114 sqm is situated in the meadows of the old Rhine, close to the Swiss border. The plots in this area are very large and almost require are compression. The elongated building continues the existing loose family house formation. There was a strong wish by the client - to have a direct environmental reference from every Room. This was answered by a one-storey building to hav

MAXIMILIANSTRAßE by ARTEC Architekten + Wimmer und Partner; Austria

By |14. 11. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE WOOD AWARD 2019, Blog, City and community|

                        About the authors: ARTEC Architekten   Bettina Götz, Born on August 21, 1962 in Bludenz / Vorarlberg, Austria Studied architecture at the Technical University of Graz from 1980 to 1987 Board Member of the Austrian Architects Association (ZV) from 1990 to 1995 Prize of the City of Vienna for Architecture i n 2005 Professor of Design and Building Construction a

ST PETER’S CHURCH ST. LAMBRECHT by Reitmayr Architekten, Peter Reitmayr; Austria

By |14. 11. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE WOOD AWARD 2019, Blog, City and community 2019|

St Peter’s Church St. Lambrecht St Peter’s Church was built from 1424 onward as a hospital and parish church and converted to the baroque style at the end of the 17th century. After being deconsecrated by decree of Joseph II in 1786, it was long used for other purposes. Not until 1897/1898 was it recreated under historicism, making use of old Gothic inventory. The single three-bay nave and side aisles are bounded to the east by a narrowed choir w

Senacor Office Vienna by INpuls Interior Design & Architecture; Austria

By |15. 10. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD 2019, Interior, Workplace|

        Senacor is an IT-Support Company working throughout Europe. The new office in Vienna is the eighth office location of Senacor. INpuls was first to design a Senacor Office location. The minimalistic design reflects the corporation’s values: young at heart, straight forward in thinking. The design also plays with the colors of the corporate identity. The old-fashioned and traditionalist structure of the rooms has been tr

Sabrina Stadlober in collaboration with INNOCAD architecture and 13&9 Design

By |04. 10. 2019|Categories: Austria, BIG SEE FASHION DESIGN AWARD 2019, BIG SEE FASHION DESIGN AWARD 2019 – GRAND PRIX|

    Inspiration: The exhibition is the epitome of a transdisciplinary approach, reinterpreting projects spanning from architecture to interior and product design into a fashion and sound / video installation. Based on three existing projects of both firms the transformation aims to create an atmospheric and overall expression, opposing the traditional transfer of information. Through a holistic contemplation, the con-tent of each select

Tourismus information centre Innsbruck by Betina Hanel & Manfred Sandner; Austria

By |01. 10. 2019|Categories: Architecture and design as experience, Austria, BIG SEE TOURISM AWARD 2019|

"It was not our intention to simply renovate the space, we were looking for a new design-based on the existing structure. The idea was that the room itself with his history should be the information, without two-dimensionally OVER-touristic-information…. The three naves of the existing Renaissance hall created a powerless an low tension symmetry. By creating a new - diagonal - orientation of the room, this balance was disturbed, broken and so a n