bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
dec 07, 2013

bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria

bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
all images courtesy of bramberger architects




the winning scheme for the international competition of the ‘new high tech center’ in villach, asutria, by local firm bramberger architects consists of four separate building blocks connected horizontally by a main ‘axle’. a series of intersected open spaces feature along this ‘communications promenade’, which acts as a central route between the volumes. the future proposal for the structures is for them to join onto surrounding properties to help promote the development of necessary infrastructures. distributing the mass across the site, distances to the exterior landscape have been minimized in order to foster an open and uplifting working environment. the concept is based on encouraging high levels of interaction, focusing on a functional approach towards the locations of each program, while at the same time ensuring that a new urban space is easily activated. the proposal seeks to create an exciting new campus for the city of villach, it is currently in the planning phase with construction scheduled to begin in spring 2014.



bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
view of the main entrance with outdoor plaza



bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
site plan



bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
aerial view of the model



bramberger wins high tech campus competition in austria
concept model



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