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Townhouse in Vienna / bogenfeld Architektur

  • 09:00 - 26 September, 2015
Townhouse in Vienna / bogenfeld Architektur
Townhouse in Vienna / bogenfeld Architektur, © Violetta Wakolbinger
© Violetta Wakolbinger

© Violetta Wakolbinger © Violetta Wakolbinger © Violetta Wakolbinger © Violetta Wakolbinger + 14

© Violetta Wakolbinger
© Violetta Wakolbinger

Text description provided by the architects. The aspiration to attain the apparently impossible, namely living in the city while being in a green oasis of recreation, was realized in the 18th Viennese district.

© Violetta Wakolbinger
© Violetta Wakolbinger

The unpretentious house left enough leeway for refashioning: the garage became the main entrance; a staircase runs right into the open-plan living area with garden.

First Floor Plan
First Floor Plan

The floor upstairs is used for sleeping and working. At the explicit wish of the building owners no effort was spared to implement the principles of ecological construction as far as possible.

© Violetta Wakolbinger
© Violetta Wakolbinger

Walls plastered with clay, thermal storage ceilings of concrete, solar panels on the roof, insulation materials of mineral and organic materials, as well as modern wooden box-type windows are standard in the house.

Section
Section

In point of fact this means an ecological high-tech product in the middle of the city, with heating and hot water almost without fossil fuels. 

© Violetta Wakolbinger
© Violetta Wakolbinger

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Cite: "Townhouse in Vienna / bogenfeld Architektur" 26 Sep 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/774077/townhouse-in-vienna-bogenfeld-architektur/> ISSN 0719-8884

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