13. March 2023

Construction progress School Campus in Ellbögen – Tyrol

The shell of the future School Campus in Ellbögen, not far from the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck, is taking visible shape.
The School Campus is scheduled to open as early as this autumn 2023.

The architectural studio fasch&fuchs.architekten won the 1st prize in the 2021 realisation competition.
werkraum ingenieure are collaborating – from the very beginning of the competition – on the Ellbögen education campus as structural engineers.

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6. February 2023

Design of timber-concrete composite floors according to the new ONR CEN/TS 19103

Due to increasing span widths, the special vibration behavior of pure timber structures and high sound insulation requirements, the demand and the use of timber-concrete composite floors, the HBV-constructions, is increasing enormously.

werkraum ingenieure have now created a design program, which was missing on the market until now and which complies with the new ONR CEN/TS 19103. Thus, from now on we can competently support our project partners in the implementation, planning and detailing of wood-concrete composite floors according to the new ONR CEN/TS 19103.

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16. January 2023

Completion of the new Naifjoch gondola lift

Right on time, before the semester break, on Friday, 27 January 2023, the new Naifjoch gondola lift will be ceremoniously inaugurated.
A new middle station now provides – at the break-off edge of the Naifjoch in the direction of Meran – an attractive viewpoint of the landscape in the valley.

Architecture: ARTEC Architekten
Structural design: werkraum ingenieure

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6. December 2022

VIP visit to our construction site Dröpkeweg in Berlin

The German Federal Minister of Construction, Klara Geywitz, came to visit the construction site in person to see for herself the advantages of serial and modular construction.
Together with Austrian architects WGA ZT and timber construction specialist Lukas Lang Building Technologies GmbH, we are building a student residence using modular timber construction in Berlin’s Neukölln district.

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29. November 2022

Rapid construction progress: BORA flagship store in Herford

The impressive steel structure has been completed and now the finishing work has already begun.

A new BORA location – as a flagship store with restaurant and facilities for exhibitions, training and events – is being built directly at the freeway exit to Herford.

Structural planning: werkraum ingenieure

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7. November 2022

Lueger Temporarily in Vienna

The performative 39-meter-long, 11-meter-high and 5-meter-wide installation ‘Lueger Temporär’ by artists Nicole Six and Paul Petritsch at the Lueger Monument at Vienna’s Stubentor, expands the discourse around the personality Karl Lueger by the question of how to deal with historically charged components of our history.

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3. October 2022

Two nominations for the 2022 Austrian ZV Building Owner Award

On Friday, November 4th, 2022, the Building Owner Award of the Central Association of Architects will be awarded. At intervals of three years, outstanding buildings, landscape designs and urban development projects are honored with the award.

We are pleased to be among the nominees with two projects:
The Neustift school campus, architecture by fasch&fuchs.architekten, and the IKEA Vienna Westbahnhof, architecture by querkraft architekten.

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8. August 2022

VOR ORT – New object at the art place Graben

The temporary installation VOR ORT – On Site – by Austrian artist Hannes Zebedin can be seen at Kunstplatz Graben until early November 2022. The four-meter high and 80 m² site-specific work made of concrete and clothing deals with the theme of consumption and the possibilities of interpreting clothing.

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21. July 2022

Flying whale landed at Wien Museum!

Earlier this week, the legendary whale from the Prater was hoisted up by winches to its new home – in the atrium of the Wien Museum. There he will greet future visitors from a lofty height after the museum opens in 2023.

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