"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).
Build in 1908, the former slaughterhouse works as a venue for cultural and social activities since 1976. In the diverse program of the Arena Wien you will find concerts, international top-acts, parties, festivals, open airs, stand up comedy, theatre and open air cinemas and more.
Various event rooms, a big concert hall, two small concert rooms, a bar, an administration building, a storage hall with parking opportunities for big trucks and a large yard for open air shows.
Old brick walls, partly painted by international graffiti artists.
Surrounded by modern architecture, only 7 minutes from the city center and a few minutes' walk from the Danube and the Danube Park: as Austria's largest conference center, the Austria Center Vienna offers space for over 20,000 people and has 24 halls for 100 to 4,320 people, 180 meeting rooms and 26,000 m² of exhibition space.
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.
Das ca. 170 m² große FILM LOFT ist bestens geeignet als vielseitige Filmlocation mit 5 großen Fabrikfenstern (300 cm x 250 cm). Viel natürliches Licht ,ca. 17 x 10 Meter im rechteckigen Grundriss ohne Säulen. Auch als Seminarlocation und Showroom sehr beliebt.
Blick nach innen: 5 riesengroße Fabrikfenster, Raumhöhe 3,5 Meter
Blick nach außen: begrünter Innenhof mit Fabriksschlot-Boden aus 1825 und Ziegeloptik.
Besichtigung jederzeit wochentäglich bis 16.30 Uhr möglich.
Großer Möbelfundus mit Filmrequisiten im Haus.
Diverse Bestuhlungsvarianten für Ausstattungen je nach Anforderung ausreichend vorhanden.
Der Requisitenfundus bietet für alle Film-Sets bzw. Themen-Events oder Fotoshootings die perfekte Szenerie. Schminktische, Garderobe im Preis inbegriffen. Leihgebühr Requisiten minus 30% bei Buchung einer Location.
Personalbereitstellung auf Anfrage möglich.
Über das FILMQUARTIER WIEN:
33 Drehorte und Filmlocations mit bis zu 100 Setmöglichkeiten für Spielfilm, Werbung und Fernsehen. • Über 5.000 m² Nutzfläche im selben Objekt bieten für Vignettenfilme bzw. Werbefilme genügend Raum- und Zeitfalten. • Zehntausende Requisiten im hauseigenen Fundus ergänzen das Angebot im FILMQUARTIER WIEN.
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
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.
The former industrial located in Simmering consists of 42 old and new industry halls, measuring a total of 10.500 sqm. The office buildings provide rooms from 10 to 500 sqm, equipped with various furniture, such as 60s/70s shelves.
The large outside area forms a scenery out of old brick-stone and office buildings, on it's north side the Wien Energie power plant is visible.
The Marx Halle is a landmarked architectural jewel of Neu Marx. In 1877, the City of Vienna decided to establish the Vienna Central cattle market in St. Marx. The Marx Halle was built from 1878 to 1898 according to plans by the architect Rudolf Frey. Today, it forms the central core of the urban development area Neu Marx. The building is the first wrought iron construction in Vienna, it consists of two three-aisled halls, which are united along their longitudinal axis by a covered driveway.
The Meiselmarkt in the 15th District was established in 1905 as a provisional arrangement. In 1995 the Meiselmarkt was transfered and built as an architectural masterpiece into a former cisterne. It is the only market in Vienna, which is covered. The goods and gastronomy is rich and excellent. The Meiselmarkt is visited by about 31,000 people every week, which makes him the third place of the busiest markets in Vienna.
The Nordbahn-Halle is a place of experimentation for sustainable uses in the new Nordbahn district. It is a docking station for creators with a focus on networking and cooperative forms of collaboration.
The hall was successively redesigned as part of the design.build course at the TU Vienna. The rooms of the hall will be architecturally reinterpreted and structurally adapted by students for the various uses - from events to experimental work formats (co-production, co-working).
In June 2017 the first creators moved into the former office wing of the Nordbahn-Halle (coworking fix desk). In November 2017, further creators followed with the 2nd call. The event areas in the hall were also opened in summer 2017 with the Az W exhibition "Care and Repair". Meanwhile, numerous events are taking place, which also invite to dock. A public co-working area with a small restaurant is available to residents and other interested parties daily during opening hours. From February 2018, the Nordbahn-Halle will be extended to include the newly adapted 700m2 factory hall.
REAKTOR - former establishment Gschwandner | Three halls from the Viennese fin-de-siècle, originally built as a wine tavern and later as ballrooms, the ensamle reopened in 2018 as REAKTOR, a place of the arts.
Exclusive event location in the heart of Döbling, Vienna's 19th district. Historical ambiance, built in 1837, restaurated in 2010. Centerpiece is the "Straußsaal", an elegant "Biedermeier" - ballroom with stage and gallery, gorgeous chandeliers and original Thonet furniture. The one-of-a-kind ballroom whith its octogon shape offers a direct access to the garden.
The Semper depot was built from 1874 to 1877 by the architects Gottfried Semper and Carl Freiherr von Hasenauer and was used as a decoration depot and production facility for the k.k. Hoftheater. It is located in the Leharstrasse in the 6th district (Mariahilf). It is the only building in vienna left by Semper and has a very unique structure and Interior. Today it belongs to the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 430 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of the haute école.
The objective of classical equitation is to study the way the horse naturally moves and to cultivate the highest levels of haute école elegance the horse is capable of through systematic training. The result creates an unparalleled harmony between rider and horse, as only Vienna's Spanish Riding School achieves.
Combining historical grace and modern technology on 22.000m², the Technisches Museum Wien offers a broad variety of exhibition objects ranging from the collections of Emperor Franz I. and Ferdinand I. to innovative and virtual elements.
Bright hallways with skylight domes, a magnificent middle hall, large galleries and a Jugendstil ballroom.
The property is located in Simmering, 2 minutes from a motorway exit.
The hall is 40m long / 16m wide / 6.7m high. The hall has a direct access for trucks. From the other side of the road, access is possible through secondary rooms. A direct delivery is also possible to the adjoining rooms. Working derrick on one side, functioning freight elevators all over the site.
The entire area also provides cellar rooms, larger and smaller halls, early 80s stairways, various smaller storage halls, offices, a 400m2 hall with a large opening to the cellar, tunnel-like streets, an entrance are with barriers, laboratory rooms, large parking lot etc.
The property is located in Simmering, 2 minutes from a motorway exit. The entire area provides cellar rooms, larger and smaller halls, early 80s stairways, various smaller storage halls, a 400m2 hall with a large opening to the cellar, tunnel-like streets, an entrance are with barriers, laboratory rooms, large parking lot etc.
The wholesale market was established on an ideally located plot (23. Bezirk) of land covering 400,000 square metres. Construction began in April 1969. Different types of market stand areas with and without railway access, three sales areas for agricultural products (Landparteienplätze), a building for the customs office and Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), a weigh bridge and an administrative building were established for importers and wholesalers. All buildings are made of pre-fabricated components. Already on 26 November 1969 the 3,500 square metres sales area for the wholesale of flowers ("flower hall") opened. The inauguration of the entire area of the wholesale market Wien took place on 30 October 1972. In 1987 the flower hall was extended to approximately 6,400 square metres.
Responsibility: Magistratsabteilung 59 - Marktamt
Shooting permits: Vienna Film Commission!
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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