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House at Taubenmarkt / Hertl Architekten

© Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Paul Ott + 30

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: Hertl Architekten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 357.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

HENN Reveals Floating Banking Campus in Austria

HENN has released details of their proposed CAMPUS ’25 in Linz, Austria. Designed for the Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich banking institution, the scheme is defined by principles of openness, flexibility, and multi-functionality, with a range of services open to the wider public. The central cornerstone of a new campus, the new building will contain co-working zones, shops, restaurants, and exhibition spaces.

© HENN © HENN © HENN © HENN + 18

Rundherum / mia2/Architektur

© Kurt Hoerbst © Kurt Hoerbst © Kurt Hoerbst © Kurt Hoerbst + 14

Supermarket Metamorphism / archinauten

© Dietmar Tollerian © Dietmar Tollerian © Dietmar Tollerian © Dietmar Tollerian + 9

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: archinauten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 500.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2002

Zechner & Zechner Create a Mixed-Use Complex Beside Peter Behrens' Modernist Icon

Viennese firm Zechner & Zechner has been announced as the winners of the competition for the new landmark complex NeuBau3—a mixed-use district at Peter-Behrens-Platz in Linz, Austria—after a unanimous decision by the jury. The proposed structure will complete the existing site of German architect and designer Peter Behrens' modernist Tabakfabrik Linz, a tobacco factory built between 1929 and 1935.

Courtesy of Zechner & Zechner Courtesy of Zechner & Zechner Courtesy of Zechner & Zechner Courtesy of Zechner & Zechner + 9

House E / Caramel Architekten

Courtesy of Caramel Architekten Courtesy of Caramel Architekten Courtesy of Caramel Architekten Courtesy of Caramel Architekten + 18

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: Caramel Architekten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 604.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2014

Stelzhamerschule Linz / KIRSCH Architecture

© Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus + 13

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: KIRSCH Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 5200.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2012

House GT / Archinauten

Courtesy of Archinauten Courtesy of Archinauten Courtesy of Archinauten Courtesy of Archinauten + 22

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: Archinauten
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2014

Solarcity Kindergarden / x architekten

© Elisabeth Grebe © Max Nirnberger © Max Nirnberger © Max Nirnberger + 31

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: x architekten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1535.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2013

Light Matters: Smart Flying Pixels Create a Floating Glow

Imagine luminaires that could fly and visualise new buildings or individually guide you through space. What would happen if you could even interact with these flying pixels? These concepts could be realised in the near future as the first prototypes and experiments are being introduced. Software-driven LED pixels combined with drone swarm technology provide extraordinary possibilities for inducing new forms of spatial experience. These luminous pixel clouds emerge as digital patterns, but at the same time they emanate a romantic quality with their unique star formations twinkling in the night sky. The first projects have shared a playful note, but laboratories such as MIT's SENSEable City Lab, ARES Lab and Ars Electronica Futurelab have shown an intriguing future in urban design for guidance systems or envisioning real estate developments, as advances in battery technology and wireless control have opened new perspectives for a life with smart flying pixels.

House B.A.B.E. / destilat

Courtesy of destilat Courtesy of destilat Courtesy of destilat Courtesy of destilat + 21

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: destilat
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2013

Building Transformed Into Giant Rubik's Cube

For his thesis project, Javier Lloret turned a building into a giant, solvable Rubik's Cube. Making use of the media facade of the Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria, he projected the world's most famous handheld puzzle onto a huge scale - inviting passers-by to solve the puzzle. In the process, Lloret transformed the nearby area, showing that (when used correctly) technology can make the urban environment more fun.

Read on to find out how Lloret did it...

© Javier Lloret & Michaela Lakova © Javier Lloret & Michaela Lakova © Javier Lloret & Michaela Lakova © Javier Lloret & Michaela Lakova + 5

City Cemetery St. Martin / Heidl Architekten

© Josef Pausch © Josef Pausch © Josef Pausch © Josef Pausch + 8

Linz, Austria
  • Architects: Heidl Architekten
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2008

Domplatz / hohensinn architektur

© Paul Ott photografiert
© Paul Ott photografiert
Linz, Austria
  • Architects: hohensinn architektur
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 7100.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2009

© Paul Ott photografiert © Paul Ott photografiert © Paul Ott photografiert © Paul Ott photografiert + 19

Opera House Linz / Terry Pawson Architects

© Dirk schoenmaker © Dirk schoenmaker © Helmut Karl Lackner © Helmut Karl Lackner + 41

Linz, Austria

Kindergarten and after-school Care Center / Alexa Zahn architects

© Hertha Hurnaus
© Hertha Hurnaus
Linz, Austria
  • Architects: Alexa Zahn architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2009

© Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus © Hertha Hurnaus + 17

House 2y / destilat

© Mark Sengstbratl
© Mark Sengstbratl
Linz, Austria
  • Architects: destilat
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 260.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2011

© Mark Sengstbratl © Mark Sengstbratl © Mark Sengstbratl © Mark Sengstbratl + 15

Schlossmuseum Linz / HoG Architektur

© Paul Ott © Paul Ott © Jakob Winkler © Peter Eder + 17

  • Architects: HoG Architektur
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 9800.0