City Hall – Zwentendorf an der Donau

In the small village of Zwentendorf an der Donau in Lower Austria, the renovated city hall, local music club, local history museum, and new middle school are now accessible via a newly created market square. The new configuration aims to expand the center in a traffic-calmed, lively manner.

Facing the Danube, the town hall will receive a two-story, elongated extension on the town hall square to house the new citizen service. The existing city hall’s design language will remain uncompromised, ensuring it serves as a central contact point for users. Across from the church, the local history museum occupies the ground floor, with the music rehearsal room situated above it like a protruding wooden sound box. Meanwhile, the new middle school is being expanded in the area of the existing gymnasium using floor-to-ceiling trusses. The materials chosen consciously continue the existing buildings’ aesthetics, allowing all of the community’s public facilities to be easily identified at a glance.


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Marktgemeinde Zwentendorf an der Donau

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Zwentendorf an der Donau, Austria

David Schreyer

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