Schönbrunner Strasse 63
Optimal use of narrow gap.
The residential building is located on a narrow plot. Its six upper floors house small two-room units and face the street. In addition, a second tract – a two-storey structure with two maisonettes with integrated office space and a triplex – was inserted into the quiet inner courtyard. The challenge in dividing the available space into mini flats was ensuring they have enough natural light.
By twisting the base zone towards Schönbrunner Strasse, BWM Designers & Architects gave the building a unique angle that affords interesting views from the inside and onto the outside space in front of it.Markus Kaplan
Sophisticated floor plans ensure that optimum use is made of the available space. All flats have floor-to-ceiling French windows that fully capture the daylight. The efficient lighting situation and the maximised window areas contribute greatly to the high quality of living.
Construction of a residential building with 29 freehold flats and office space on a narrow site in Schönbrunner Strasse in Vienna
Schönbrunner Str. 63, 1050 Vienna, Austria
BIP Immobilien Development GmbH
Usable Floor Area
Markus Kaplan, Ferdinand Bischofter, Angela Aschauer, Stefan Windischbauer, Georg Heinrich, Katharina Wöhrer
BWM Designers & Architects/Christoph Panzer
U.M.A. Archtitektur-Ziviltechniker GmbH
Vasko + Partner Ingenieure ZT f. Bauwesen u. Verfahrenstechnik GmbH
K2 Bauphysik - Technisches Büro für Bauphysik GmbH