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.
With 636 rooms and over 3500 m² of flexible event space, we are Europe's largest downtown meeting and event hotel. We are located directly at the beautiful Stadtpark, right in the heart of Vienna, yet only 16 minutes by City Airport Train from the airport. Inspired by Viennese modernism and secession, we have created a single experience that captures the enchanting charm of the city.
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.
Three pitched roofs on the main wing with approx. 250 m² each, a flat roof on the large side wing with approx. 200 m², as well as three flat roofs on the small side wing with approx. 280 m², a total of approx. 1200 m² roof area.
View to the inside: From the seven different roofs there are direct exits via exits or skylights into the attics and locations below. Inner courtyards and backyard locations are also available.
View to the outside: Courtyards and backyard locations.
Possible uses : Chases over hundreds of meters with several roofs, terraces and different staircases or roof exits possible / Multiple changes of direction on different levels and roof types. Helicopter landing possibility.
- Ground floor with loft (75 m2 with garden access), long hallway and multiple rooms - 48 m2 total. Easy loading via integrated garage with street access (25 m2), backyard garden with pool (76 m2) and an old wine cellar (about 20 m2)
- 2nd floor (112 m2): Office, living room with chimney, kitchen, bathroom, guest room and a terrace (50m2)
- 3d floor - rooftop loft (102 m2): Living room with chimney, bureau, bedroom, bathroom.
The villa has four floors and is completely refurbished with the exception of an attic part. 550 m2 living space, large rooms, wooden floors, original wooden box windows, high ceilings and a garden with pool.
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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