rotate for navigationInnocad Logo
Work with your brain
and act from your heart
scroll
to slide
swipe
to slide
Imprint

Contact

Headquarter

  • INNOCAD Architektur ZT GmbH
  • Grazbachgasse 65a
    8010 Graz, Austria
  • +43 316 710324 - 0
  • office@innocad.at

 

  • INNOCAD NY LLC
  • 67 West Street, Suite 401-C10
    Brooklyn, NY 11222 USA

Press

Press USA



Imprint

Herausgeber und Medieninhaber
INNOCAD ARCHITEKTUR ZT GMBH
Grazbachgasse 65a
8010 Graz
Austria

T +43 (0)316 710324
F +43 (0)316 71032418
M office@innocad.at

Vertretungsberechtige Geschäftsführer: Martin Lesjak, Peter Schwaiger
Firmenbuchnummer FN 177114m
Landesgericht Graz
UID-Nr ATU 48900104

Raiffeisenbank Aichfeld
Konto Nr. 00012223129 BLZ 38346
IBAN AT763834600012223129
BIC RZSTAT2G346

Concept & Webdesign: INNOCAD and Nice Department
Webdevelopment: Nice Department New Media OG

Graphics, photos and text portions of the following internet pages are copyright protected and fully owned by INNOCAD Architektur ZT GmbH. The use of these pages is limited to personal use only. Changes to the content of these pages or the distribution of copies of these pages and images is not permitted. All information located on this server is to be used at your own risk. In no way is the provider of the page content, INNOCAD Architektur ZT GmbH, responsible for damages resulting from the use of the enclosed information by a third party. For individual photo credits, please contact our office.

Despite our careful check in regards to the content, INNOCAD is not responsible for the content of any external links. For the content of these linked pages, each appropriate operator is exclusively responsible.

Copyright © INNOCAD, 2015, All rights reserved

Contact / Imprint
Residential, Best of | 2014 | Graz, AUSTRIA

C34

IAA 2015
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
C34
Hide

CONVERSION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION OF A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING COMPLEX IN GRAZ

  • Exterior Architecture
  • Interior Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Lighting Design
  • Site Supervision
  • Project Management
  • Graphic Design

residential / renewable energy technology / spaces of communication / Art Nouveau / renovated and restructured / old grid façade transformed in the raster of the new building / balconies, loggias and recessed roof-terraces / chestnut-leaf ornament / screen-printed on the glazing / hand made wire-patterns and industrial mesh

Located in a well-established residential area, the project dwells on the transition point be-tween a settlement area with perimeter block typology and an open development area. The aim was to provide high quality living spaces, with 97 flats and 25 different ground plans of 18 to 110 m² apartments that offers housing options for singles, families and seniors. The design also leverages the existing beauty of the Art Nouveau building and a courtyard pavilion. In regards to urban development, the new L-shaped building and the existing building create a protected courtyard which offers common spaces and community gardening. The nearly fully-glazed facade of the new construction faces the courtyard and interacts with the outdoors through loggias, balconies and roof terraces. Screens – primarily used as sun-protection – enable open and closed spacing and also creates a dynamic facade, from playful to monochrome. A common walkway leading to the street is a wide communication zone which generates an area for stairways, ramp and entrance to the under-ground parking on the west corner. Once a decorative stucco-relief motif on the old building facade, a chestnut leaf, is reinterpreted into a new extensive pattern, shown in the customized lace facade as well as the window prints, connecting the old and new parts. Integrating thoughtful energy concepts, this residential complex was redesigned to offer unique and sustainable living for a mixed community of users.

  • project name: C34
  • function: Residential, Best of
  • location: Graz, AUSTRIA
  • client:
    • Kirchlicher Vermögensfond der Diözese Graz-Seckau
  • floor space: 7230 m²
  • number of floors: 5 + PH
  • construction start: 04 / 2013
  • completion: 12 / 2014
  • construction cost: EUR 12 million
  • project team:
    • Patrick Handler
      Elisabeth Krammer, Harald Glanz, Jörg Kindermann, Martin Lesjak, Oliver Jungwirth, Peter Schwaiger

  • photographer: Paul Ott
Blog
mittenDrin

mittenDrin

01/2016

Austria/Germany

german

 

"Der Grazer Architekt und Designer Martin Lesjak"

 

H.O.M.E. Magazine

H.O.M.E. Magazine

10/2015
Germany
german

 

 

"Portrait: Gut Ding braucht Seele", Martin Lesjak im H.O.M.E.-Interview, S. 192 ff.

International Architecture Awards 2015

International Architecture Awards 2015

(presented by Architecture Podium)

 

HQ ÖBB
1st Award in category: corporate interior built

 

C34
1st Award in category: housing (upto 5 floors) built