Style: Urban, sustainable timber architecture meets historic walls in the middle of the city.
Period: The whole building is from the Gründerzeit (BJ 1803), the 2-storey roof addition "Bird of Paradise" was built in 2020.
Size: 188 m²
Building style: lightweight wood construction, mix of wood, steel and clay walls: new spatial standards for urban wood construction in the big city
Opens up countless possibilities to showcase people or objects. Like real bird wings, the wooden roof elements are stretched across the width of the entire facade.
Great view. Indoors, on the terrace and right at the top of the roof.
Interior equipment: Modern. The location offers the necessary width, a generous amount of space for many motifs and can also be used on the roof. The "Bird of Paradise" is accessible barrier-free with an elevator.
Parking facilities: Public parking (short-term parking zone) available. Parking in Felberstraße is available Mon-Fri 9am-2pm and Sat 8am-2pm for a fee.
Access: The U3 Schweglerstraße station is a 3-minute walk away. By car: From the west (e.g.) on the B1 (west entrance) to Schönbrunner Schlossbrücke, turn into Schlossallee and continue to Felberstraße.
Franz Landtmann opened his coffee house in 1878. Nowadays it is one of the most famous and established Viennese Coffeehouse- Institutions.
Guests: Peter Altenberg, Sigmund Freud, Gustav Mahler, Max Reinhardt, Marlene Dietrich, Romy Schneider, Burt Lancaster, Hans Moser, die niederländische Königin Juliane, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sir Paul Mc Cartney.
Originally built in the 1960s, the office building, rented entirely by DORDA, is located at the junction of the Universitätsring, the old city walls and the Biedermeier buildings near the Mölkerbastei, opposite of the University of Vienna.
The conference zone on the 6th floor of the 7-storey building was completely redesigned in 2003 and now offers a spectacular view from the city hall to the Kahlenberg thanks to a continuous floor-to-ceiling glass facade.
The interior design of marble and carpet, upholstered wall and the different textures of the materials result in a generous, harmonious overall impression and reflect modern work structures.
The conference zone has the most modern technical and multimedia facilities and the necessary technical connections for the film industry.
Wer bei dem Namen "factory" an New York denkt, liegt nicht ganz falsch - wenngleich die f6 unweit des Naschmarktes in einem Hinterhof verborgen liegt. Weiße Wände, Betonboden, Eisensäulen, das Dach aus Glas sind Zeugen des aufstrebenden Industriezeitalters. Nach einigen Jahrzehnten ohne Nutzung sind es nun die Arbeiter der creative industries, die diese einzigartige Location zu neuem Leben erwecken. Sie ziehen Nutzen aus dem, was immer, auch vor 100 Jahren schon, von sehr großem Nutzen war - dem Tageslicht. Das durchgängige Glasdach bietet nahezu perfekte Bedingungen für die Fotografie. Durch eine Treppe gelangt man in ein klassisches 100 m2 Loft, welches dem Ort weitere Nutzungsmöglichkeiten bietet: Betreiberin Michaela Pichler: "An open space for open people. Wir stellen diese Location allen open-minded people für verschiedenste Zwecke zur Verfügung. Neben Foto- und Filmset sind Präsentationen, Pressekonferenzen, Ausstellungen, Castings, Meetings, uvm. ideale Anlässe, um sich in die factory einzubuchen".
Loft 250 m² with studio character / artist's apartment and refuge / versatile filming location with three large rooms / shipboard flooring throughout the loft / floor plan in U-shape / long window fronts / multiple accesses
Originally, the Furniture Museum Vienna was the furniture warehouse of the Habsburgs. Today, with 165,000 objects, it represents one of the largest furniture collections in the world. Furniture culture from over three centuries is on display. The collection ranges from the presentation of imperial furniture to a wide variety of furnishing styles such as Biedermeier, Historicism and Viennese Modernism to contemporary furniture design. Changing special exhibitions are devoted in particular to the architecture, design and furniture of the 20th century.
The four former gas tanks built up in 1896 were rebuilt while a great construction from 1999 till 2001. The Gasometers have developed a city in the city-character, with over 800 apartments, a hall of residence, a music hall (capacity 2000–3000 people), shops and further more. Given the fact that the huge Gasometers are seen from afar, they are known as Simmering's landmark.
The former imperial residence is testament to the interplay between the historical and the modern. The halls where monarchs once held court now host up to 300 events per year. A total of 35 multi-purpose rooms with capacities of between 50 and 4,900 people are available. The unusual glass architecture of the Hofburg Galerie and the festive halls offer a unique blend of imperial atmosphere and state-of-the-art technology.
Hallenbad Hütteldorf is a combination of swimming pool and water park. It includes an indoor adventure pool with massage jets, waterfall and water cannon, a lap pool, a kid´s pool, a grotto and a nearly 60 m long water slide. In addition there is an extensive sauna area with Finnish sauna, bio sauna, an outdoor block sauna, an infrared chamber (good for skin, muscles, joints, blood circulation) and a steam bath plus snack bar and related south-facing terrace. The roof can be pushed aside in the summer. Outside, there is another pool, a large sunbathing area, rock grotto with a waterfall and a children's playground.
Opened on 29.5.1997 as Erlebniswaldbad Penzing and ran by the private company Tropicana until July 2008. After renovation, the baths was reopened in December 2009 by the MA 44 and renamed in Hallenbad Hütteldorf.
More informations: www.wienerbaeder.at
Responsibility: Wiener Bäder (MA 44)
Shooting permits via VIENNA FILM COMMISSION
The first exhibition of the new Jewish Museum Vienna opened on 7 March 1990 in temporary premises at the Jewish Community offices in Seitenstettengasse. A significant part of the exhibition was made up of the Judaica collection by Max Berger that had been recently acquired from the city of Vienna. In 1992 the Museum was able to transfer to its present home in Palais Eskeles at Dorotheergasse 11. After renovation and adaption of this historical building, the Museum was reopened in 1993. The library in the Jewish Community offices has been open to the public since 1994. Alterations were carried out to Palais Eskeles in 1995-96 to adapt it to the needs of a modern museum. At this time the permanent exhibition, Installation of Memory in the auditorium, the holograms and the Viewable Storage Area were installed. Since 1998 the archive with its growing collection of material relating to the history of Jewish Vienna has also been open to the public. On 25 October 2000 a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna was opened on Judenplatz at the same time as the unveiling of the memorial to the 65,000 Austrian Jews exterminated by the Nazis designed by the British artist Rachel Whiteread and erected at the instigation of Simon Wiesenthal.
Kunsthalle Wien is dedicated to art and its relations to social change. It produces exhibitions, researches art practices, and supports local and international artists. It seeks to ground its knowledge of international contemporary art in and for Vienna, and advocates for the usefulness of artistic thinking in the wider public sphere.
Kunsthalle Wien, as an urban institution, presents national and international contemporary art at both its locations at Museumsquartier and Karlsplatz. Designed by the architect duo Ortner & Ortner the Winterreithalle (winter riding arena) of the Hofstallungen (Imperial Mews) at Museumsquartier was extended by a functional annex which combines the historic building with contemporary architecture. Two halls with different interior profiles provide space for exhibitions of contemporary art. At Karlsplatz this glass pavilion designed by Adolf Krischanitz, is the second location of Kunsthalle Wien and presents a wide-ranging program of exhibitions and events.
The "MQ Libelle" is located on the rooftop of the Leopold Museum, built as an extension to the MuseumsQuartier. The terrace is free to access for the public and hosts an iconic dragon-fly design building, planed by architect Laurids Ortner, providing one of the most beautiful views on Vienna City.
Complementary to the architecture, permanent artworks were implemented: "veiled" by Eva Schlegel spreads over the glass hull of the "MQ Libelle" and on the terrace itself the installation "Lichtkreise" ("light circles") by Brigitte Kowanz illuminates the terrace itself.
PALAIS HANSEN KEMPINSKI VIENNA
The 5-Star Superior Palais Hansen Kempinski provides 152 elegant rooms and suits on three levels. Two bars, a cigar lounge, a spa and a fitness area as well as eight event halls and a ball room.
An important centre of the University of Vienna is the University Campus nearby, housing most of the institutes of the cultural studies as well as the new lecture rooms’ centre. It is also a special place for students, academic persons, the presentation of public art, relaxing in the park of the atrium. The building is a mixture of traditional and modern architecture.
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 of Wiener Stadthalle.
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