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EUROPE-AUSTRIA/Wien/Vienna-2

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From AGRAM' architectural information,The world atlas of architecture/J.J.Norwich 1988.Living Space 'Koneman' 1999,

 

University of Technology
   
Karlsplatz, Hofpavillion

 

 
The University of Technology (Technische Universität) on the southern side of Karlsplatz. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Old City Streets
 
  Vienna



 Photo by Eunhwa Eom on 2001.

 

Vienna Station
 
  Vienna



 Photo by Wonsuk Cho on 7 December 2005.

 

Karlsplatz/Wiener Stadtbahn-Subway Pavilion
 
  4 Karlsplatz, Hofpavillion, Vienna




 Architect by Otto Wagner on 1894-1901 . For about a decade, beginning in the 1890s, Wagner was involved in engineering projects. As adviser to the Transport Commission in Vienna, Wagner was occupied with the construction of the Stadtbahn,the city's metropolitan railway network. Not only did he design bridges and tunnels for this system, but he also designed the stations,with their complex of platforms, staircases, and ticket offices. Many of these stations survive today.The Wagner Pavilion in Karlsplatz, now an entrance to an Underground station. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Sezession House
  
 1 Friedstrichrabe 12, Vienna




 Architect by Joseph Maria Olbrich in 1896-98 for art center. In the imperial capital of Austria, this exhibition gallery for the anti-academic avant-garde, Construction system is masonry, metal of Art Nouveau style. Symmetrical composition with a singular ornamental dome. The Vienna Secession, an avant-garde group of artists, many of whom are associated with Jugendstil, the German variant of art nouveau, saw this building completed in time for their second exhibit, designed by one of their members. Its dignity and simplicity were seen as appropriate for a 'temple' to art. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Wagner Villa
 
  14 Huttelbergstrasse 26, near Vienna




 Architect by Otto Wagner on 1886-88. Trained in the classical style, Wagner designed this symetrical house for himself in the Palladian villa style. Gigantic columns define the entrance loggia with a coffered ceiling. Decorative iron balustrades line the staircases. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Central/Z-Bank
   Favoriten,Vienna

  

 Architect by Gunter Domenig on 1975-79. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Hass Haus/Hass House
 
  Vienna

 



 
Architect by Hans Hollein on 1985-90. Located centrally across from St.Stephen's Church, Haas House is a commercial building with shops, restaurants, and office space. Like the Retti Candle Shop, it has a slick modern exterior and interior. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Schullin Jewellery Shop
  
 Graben, Vienna



 
Designed by Hans Hollein, Schullin Jewellery Shop on 1974. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Retti Candle Shop
   
Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 



 Designed by Hans Hollein on 1965. The high-tech look is achieved through a sheet aluminum facade with back to back "R"s for the doorway, alluding to the name. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Forster Jewellery Shop
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 



 Designed by Hans Hollein, Forster Jewellery Shop on 1981-2. Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992. 

 

Jewellery Shop-1
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop-2
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop Anweliere
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop Bellezza
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop Ellert
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop Leder
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Jewellery Shop Waiglein
  
 Kohlmarkt, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunggu Yu on 1992.

 

Streets
   Vienna

 

 Photo by Eunhwa Eom on 2001.

 

Hundertwasser Haus/Social Housing
 
  Lowengasse Kegelgasse, Vienna

 

 Architect on 1983-86 by Frederic/Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Walfgang Pelikan Architect-9th floors. Photo by Byungho Yu on 1999.

 

Kunst Haus Wien
 
  Untere Weibeibgerberstrabe 3 Bezirk, Vienna



 Architect on 1982 by Frederic/
Friedensreich Hundertwasser, He died on February 19, 2000-6th floors. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 7 December 2005.

 

Weissgerber Lande
 
  Vienna



 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 7 December 2005.

 

Duschnitz
 
  Weimarer strasse 87, Vienna

 

 Re-modelled during 1915-16 by Adolf Loos. Loos created the splendid music room for the organ, pipes in the tower. The house was also home to a famous art collection. The dining room is thought to be one of the most beautiful Loos ever built. The house was built in the english cottage style as was then the fashion. The 19th dsitrict where it is located in the most famous residential area of Vienna. People still come from all over the world to visit the house. Thanks for Dr.Harold H.Chipman on 14 Jan. 2004.

 

Loos Haus Wien
   Vienna

 Architect by Adolf Loos on 1911, 8th floors for originally a department store for Goldmann and Salatsch. This building was very controversal upon completion, primarily for its plain, stark facade, opposite the elaborate Hofburg Palace. Adolf Loos was an influential figure in the development of modern architecture, and is often regarded as the European contemporary of America's architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Schuhe
  
 Vienna 



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Intercontinental Hotel
  
 Vienna 



 Near Stadtpark. Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Aparthotel
  
 Zentrum, Vienna

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 13 December 2009.

 

Gasometer City
  
 Simmering Industrial Zone, Vienna 




 Architects by Jean Nouvel, Coop Himmelblau, Manfred Wedhorn, Wilhelm Holzbauer. Original building on 1896-1899. Conversion competition on 1995, and project construction on 1999-2001. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 13 December 2009.

 

Vienna International Airport
  
 Vienna 




 Open for new horizons. Photo by Byungsu Yu(#1-3/05 June 2010, #4/11 November 2009).