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Schloss Lackenbach / AllesWirdGut Architektur

  • 01:00 - 11 January, 2010
Schloss Lackenbach / AllesWirdGut Architektur
Schloss Lackenbach / AllesWirdGut Architektur, © Rupert Steiner
© Rupert Steiner

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Lackenbach, Austria
  • Collaborators

    Alexandra Seip, Daniel Payer, Maria Magina, Paula Groß, Viktoria Volozhynska
  • Client

    Esterházy Betriebe GmbH, Domänen Privatstiftung
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From the architect. With subtle and well-tempered architectural interventions at Schloss Lackenbach, the history of one of the oldest Renaissance castles of the Burgenland is continued, and existing time layers were accentuated with contemporary design. The entire premises were restructured in their main areas.

site plan
site plan

The renovation of existing buildings, the design of the new entrance pavilion and the comprehensive redesigning of the gardens all produced individual solutions that added up to a harmonious ambiance for a contemporary exhibition and event venue.

© Rupert Steiner
© Rupert Steiner

It was possible, despite differences in approach, to bring complex requirements together into a common whole.

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