For a roof of approximately 100 m² over a studio space in Schloss Seehof in Lunz am See, 130 different 3D-printed concrete recess formers were digitally planned, produced automatically and installed by hand. The architectural realisation is the symbiosis of an immersive spatial effect created by geometric means and static effectiveness as well as resource efficiency. The elegant wide-span roof construction represents a sustainable attitude towards the use of reinforced concrete that relies on economic, digital production methods to save resources.
Studio ceiling at Schloss Seehof, Lunz am See, 2020
Institute of Structural Design/Graz University of Technology (Georg Hansemann, Robert Schmid, Christoph Holzinger, Joshua Paul Tapley, Stefan Peters, Andreas Trummer), Hans Kupelwieser
Video: Robert Schmid,Institute of Structural Design
Grafik: Georg Hansemann, Institute of Structural Design
Project partners: Laboratory for Structural Engineering/Graz University of Technology, Baumit GmbH, Fa. Baumeister Gusel
Storytelling in spatial planning, from 2019
Isabel Stumfol, Luca Bierkle
Whenever we hear or read about spatial planning, it is often in connection with problems: dying town centres, urban sprawl, the new shopping centre at the entrance to a town.
Custodian I & II, 2021
Angelika Loderer presents a collection of unusual eggs: rejects that have no place in our standardised food industry.
Blühendes Österreich, REWE private foundation, from 2015
Heute für Morgen, Hofer KG, from 2020
Gemeinsam die Vielfalt retten, SPAR AG, 2021
There is currently much talk of the respectful use of natural resources, and large corporations in the food trade are also beginning to take responsibility in this context.
Graz 2030 cycling campaign, seit 2020
Artgineering Office for Urbanism and Architecture
The bicycle plays a key role in urban mobility of the future. Often neglected in the car-friendly city of recent decades, a group of bicycle activists in Graz provided a significant impetus to bicycle mobility in 1980.
Smart wood logistics / PhysICAL, from 2021
Fraunhofer Austria Research, Institute of Logistics Engineering/Graz University of Technology
The ‘Physical Internet’ (PI) is a logistics model for an optimised goods transport system that follows the concept of the internet.
The Sharing Economy, 2018
studio ASYNCHROME (Marleen Leitner, Michael Schitnig)
In Weltverschiebung, the desire for public space is juxtaposed with the growing economisation of what once seemed like endless outer space.
Club Hybrid. Ein Demonstrativbau in Graz (a demonstration building in Graz), 2021
Heidi Pretterhofer und Michael Rieper
Video: Club Hybrid
Club Hybrid is an open demonstration building that will be a place for experimenting, exhibiting and discourse for a fortnight in the summer of 2021.