In collaboration with gerner°gerner plus, Patricia Zacek, 3:0 Landschaftsarchitektur and the developers BWS, GÖD and Eisenhof we won the competition for a residential complex at Gerasdorfer Straße in Vienna.
The topics openness, continuity, overview and transparency are leitmotiv of whole planning process. They are the planning basis, ranging from urban planning to the architecture of each building.
The facility consists of nine point buildings. The original dedication of five building areas was supplemented by a further four in almost the same dimension. This results in intermediate zones, passage ways, openness and no barriers caused by buildings. The opening of the structure to the new settlement areas in the environment became an important feature.
The nine buildings represent a separate district structure that creates identity and thus becomes a center for the surrounding areas.
Openness, transparency, clarity are the topics that define the urban planning and architecture, but are also the guiding principles for social security and sustainability.
The point blocks allow different points of view and a variety of different experiences in the public space. Generous public paths and open area zones create the feeling of identification, orientation and overview.
Client: BWS, GÖD und Eisenhof, Vienna
House 4,7&9: 83 apartments at 7.034 sqm living area,
1.171 sqm community area
Building site in total: 9 Housing Units, 19.890 sqm living area,
572 sqm retail space
Adress: Gerasdorfer Straße 151 / Grellgasse, 1210 Vienna
Team: Lisa Posch & Benjamin Konrad (project management), Sonja Klingberg, Christoph Ebner, Stefanie Klocke, Alexander Masching
Landscape design: 3:0 Landschaftsarchitektur
Lighting Design: A. Zoufal Lichtgestaltung
Planning period: December 2009 – August 2014