The Karl-Seitz-Hof in the 21st district presents itself as a garden-type residential building with generously laid out courtyards and green areas. It was built between 1926 and 1931. On a total area of 25,320 m², 1,173 apartments and extensive green areas were built. Between 1995 and 1998 a comprehensive renovation of the Karl-Seitz-Hof took place. Small apartments were put together and equipped with new sanitary facilities.
Three pitched roofs on the main building, each with about 250 sqm; a flat roof on the big adjoining building with about 200 m², and three flat roofs on small adjoining building with about 280 m², a total of 1,200 m² roof.
Of the seven different roofs, there are direct accesses or skylights, leading to the attics, which can also be used as locations. Courtyards and backyards offer themselves as well.
Uses: Wild pursuits for hundreds of meters on multiple roofs, terraces and various roof exits and staircases / Multiple direction changes at different levels and types of roofs.
In the 22nd municipal district in the northeast of Vienna "Die Seestadt aspern" arises on an area of 240 hectares. A five hectare lake is located in the center. The area will be developed until 2028, accommodating high-quality living environment for some 20,000 people plus about the same number of workplaces.
tower from the 70ies - béton brut - brutalism - old office building - vintage - penthouse - rooftop - roofgarden - atelier - studio - skygarden - helicopter landing space on top -
lighthouse - industrial - 400qm rooftop terrace around the studio - half of the terrace is a jungle - concrete - outstanding architecture
In the former living quarters and office of Sigmund Freud in the house at Berggasse 19 in Vienna's ninth district, the Sigmund Freud Museum presents an exhibition documenting the life and work of the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud lived and worked in this house from 1891 until 1938, when on 4 June he was forced by the National Socialists to flee with his family into exile in England.
The interior decoration of the museum was carried out in 1971 with the help of Anna Freud, Sigmund Freud's youngest daughter. Original furnishings, including the waiting room, a selection from Freud’s collection of antiquities, and signed copies and first editions of his works provide a glimpse into Freud's biography, his cultural environment and the development of psychoanalysis.
The Theodor-Körner-Hof was planned by numerous architects. On a total area of 30.000m2 are located 14 blocks around yards and green areas. 2006/2007 was built up a 150 meter long noise barrier to the "Gürtel".
Responsibility: Wiener Wohnen
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The "Wohnhausanlage Satzingerweg" is divided into five townhouses and five-story row houses. The road to the apartment can be used as a play and communication area. There are also children's play areas and a laundry place.