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The layout and structure of the “garden city” features compact and multiple storey stacked housing. Finished to a high-grade, ecologically efficient and innovatively planned dwellings offer a vibrant neighbourhood with mixed use facilities. The image and history of the site lends itself to a small-scale development with family orientated dwellings in an urban contemporary location. The planned pedestrian and cycle artery flows from west to east through the centrally located boulevard which is at the very heart of the development, connecting with existing cycle routes. The closely located palace gardens and school grounds create a natural boundary adding to the family community ambiance of the development. A sophisticated network of mixed use meeting and recreation areas are woven into the fabric of the project connect via meandering passage ways lined with trees proceed past parks and courtyards. Small community areas with interaction zones and communal areas promote familiarity and help build a strong family ethos.

  • Facts
  • Status: Competition Submission  2009
  • Category: Housing
  • Units: 900
  • Client: Wien Süd / Wiener Heim
  • Location: Wien
  • NetArea: ca. 75.000 m2
  • Landscape Architect: Carla Lo Landschaftsarchitektur

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Slideshow

(6 Bilder)

The layout and structure of the “garden city” features compact and multiple storey stacked housing. Finished to a high-grade, ecologically efficient and innovatively planned dwellings offer a vibrant neighbourhood with mixed use facilities. The image and history of the site lends itself to a small-scale development with family orientated dwellings in an urban contemporary location. The planned pedestrian and cycle artery flows from west to east through the centrally located boulevard which is at the very heart of the development, connecting with existing cycle routes. The closely located palace gardens and school grounds create a natural boundary adding to the family community ambiance of the development. A sophisticated network of mixed use meeting and recreation areas are woven into the fabric of the project connect via meandering passage ways lined with trees proceed past parks and courtyards. Small community areas with interaction zones and communal areas promote familiarity and help build a strong family ethos.

  • Facts
  • Status: Competition Submission  2009
  • Category: Housing
  • Units: 900
  • Client: Wien Süd / Wiener Heim
  • Location: Wien
  • NetArea: ca. 75.000 m2
  • Landscape Architect: Carla Lo Landschaftsarchitektur

erlaa

The layout and structure of the “garden city” features compact and multiple storey stacked housing. Finished to a high-grade, ecologically efficient and innovatively planned dwellings offer a vibrant neighbourhood with mixed use facilities. The image and history of the site lends itself to a small-scale development with family orientated dwellings in an urban contemporary location. The planned pedestrian and cycle artery flows from west to east through the centrally located boulevard which is at the very heart of the development, connecting with existing cycle routes. The closely located palace gardens and school grounds create a natural boundary adding to the family community ambiance of the development. A sophisticated network of mixed use meeting and recreation areas are woven into the fabric of the project connect via meandering passage ways lined with trees proceed past parks and courtyards. Small community areas with interaction zones and communal areas promote familiarity and help build a strong family ethos.

  • Facts
  • Status: Competition Submission  2009
  • Category: Housing
  • Units: 900
  • Client: Wien Süd / Wiener Heim
  • Location: Wien
  • NetArea: ca. 75.000 m2
  • Landscape Architect: Carla Lo Landschaftsarchitektur
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The layout and structure of the “garden city” features compact and multiple storey stacked housing. Finished to a high-grade, ecologically efficient and innovatively planned dwellings offer a vibrant neighbourhood with mixed use facilities. The image and history of the site lends itself to a small-scale development with family orientated dwellings in an urban contemporary location. The planned pedestrian and cycle artery flows from west to east through the centrally located boulevard which is at the very heart of the development, connecting with existing cycle routes. The closely located palace gardens and school grounds create a natural boundary adding to the family community ambiance of the development. A sophisticated network of mixed use meeting and recreation areas are woven into the fabric of the project connect via meandering passage ways lined with trees proceed past parks and courtyards. Small community areas with interaction zones and communal areas promote familiarity and help build a strong family ethos.

  • Facts
  • Status: Competition Submission  2009
  • Category: Housing
  • Units: 900
  • Client: Wien Süd / Wiener Heim
  • Location: Wien
  • NetArea: ca. 75.000 m2
  • Landscape Architect: Carla Lo Landschaftsarchitektur
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