"Ankerbrotfabrik" was founded in 1891 and was the biggest bakery in Europe during the interwar period.
On the ground of the old, abandoned part of the fabric you can find a loft project, that provides halls, galeries, ateliers, show rooms and offices.
Area: 16.000m2, former Anker-Expedithall: 2.200m2 (without any pillars).
Arena Wien is a platform for cultural and social activities for over 30 years now. Concerts, solidarity-events, international top acts, parties, events of upcoming promoters, festivals, open airs and an outdoor cinema are among the many things that the former slaughterhouse offers to the viennese event scenery!
F23.wir.fabriken is taking a former industrial site in Atzgersdorf and developing it into a cultural focal point for the entire 23rd district. While preserving the Art Deco exterior of the building – which is under a historical preservation order and cannot be altered – it will transform its 12,000 square metre interior into new, modern spaces with modern technology. F23 will become an open centre for cultural projects and activities.
The project is an extremely collaborative one, involving IG F23 (a non-profit organisation), multiple departments of the City of Vienna, municipal officials from the district where the centre is located, and various cultural projects and partners.
210 m² INDUSTRIE-LOFT, newly renovated, ideal location for film and photography. Huge factory windows, 8 columns, room height approx. 5 meters. The loft can be combined with other locations in the object!
Size: approx. 24 x 9 meters Floor plan
View to the inside: 3 huge factory windows, 8 columns, room height approx. 5 meters
View to the outside: green courtyard or garden, with factory chimney from 1825, old brick wall on the right hand side. The GRAND LOFT can be connected to two other objects (No. 30 and No. 31) on the floors above. Several connecting locations in this factory building can be used or connected for television film or cinema film.
About the FILMQUARTIER WIEN: 33 film locations and film locations - 5,000 m² usable space in one property - 33,000 props in the in-house collection
This brand-new event location is situated next to the central station of Vienna and presents itself in the way of „Little Shabby, Mostly Chic".
The 120 year old Gösserhalle spreads in a more than 5.000m2 big area a natural atmosphere.
Rightly, you can still feel in the ruins the beer barrels which have been delivered by horse-drawn carriage.
There are six rooms from 200m2 to 1.300m2 which can be performed individually. The different architectual formings in the halls attract attention and enable a lot.
Definitly, there is a lot possible from a product-prasentation, congress, conference and celebration of jubilee to creative and cultural events.
In addition projects are well organised and realized with plenty of experiences.
The "Jägerhof" is located in a backyard at Jägerstr. 35 and has approx. 350 sqm in the basement and approx. 30 sqm in the upper floor.
The room is equipped with light, WC, heavy current and 3 adjoining rooms.
210 m² Fabriksloft in an original brick building from 1865, ideally suited as a photo studio, for photo shoots and filming. On the same floor is also a modern kitchen with flagstones, which is conncted to the loft via the staircase.
9 large factory windows / 30 m x 7 m rectangular ground plan / in original factory from 1865 / old brick chimney in the middle of the room / timber floor / freight elevator with metal doors / old metal staircase from the turn of the century at the end of the room.
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.
Austria’s largest events hall was built between 1954 and 1957 according to plans by the world famous architect Prof. Dr. Roland Rainer. The list of those who have performed in front of several thousand people in the past decades reads like a who-is-who of the international sports, culture and entertainment scene. More than a million people per year visit the events hall on Vogelweidplatz.
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