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We are honored to be a finalist at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2021 Awards with MAM COMPETENCE CENTER in the category OFFICE – FUTURE PROJECT. Being the only global awards program where architects present their projects in person to a panel of judges from around the world, Martin Lesjak will introduce this human-focused office building, located in Großhöflein, Austria, live at this year’s WAF festival in Lisbon, which will take place from December 1st – 3rd, 2021.
Our sustainable renovation project WOHNHEIM HERBERSTEINSTRASSE has been awarded with “Klimaaktiv Bronze” for the outstanding commitment to climate protection, ceremoniously presented by minister Leonore Gewessler. The residential home was highlighted for exemplary energy-efficient and ecological construction and renovation according to the klima:aktiv standard of Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology in Graz, which is Europe’s most successful but also most demanding seal of quality for sustainable building, defining the strictest requirements in the field of energy efficiency in an international comparison.
Anastasija and Martin Lesjak represent INNOCAD architecture and 13&9 Design with the keynote lecture “Neue Ganzheitlichkeit” during the architecture excursion days hosted by architektur in progress! Their talk, including the latest architecture, interior, and product design projects with a focus on human-centered design as well as their recently founded SciencDesignLab, takes place on July 8th at 7 P.M. at LAUFEN innovation center in Gmunden-Engelhof. Additionally, the architecture tour highlights Architizer A+ Award finalist “Haus Salzkammergut,” a project in collaboration with Hinterwirth Architekten, for Raiffeisen, located at an important intersection in a developing area of Gmunden, Austria. This flexible, mixed-use complex is a significant unifier within its urban context, given the dissimilar assortment of nearby buildings and typologies.
HOUSE OF MANY HOUSES is among the five finalists at this year’s Architizer A+ Awards in the category “Unbuilt – Private House (L > 3000 sq ft)”. The residence is spread into four distorted, floating boxes, following an open concept that seamlessly blends interior and exterior, artificial and natural environment, offering a variety for privacy and openness. The entries were judged by an illustrious jury including Lesley Lokko, Alison Brooks, Nader Tehrani, Tom Kundig, Karim Rashid, Yves Behar, David Rockwell, and Aric Chen. In addition, the private residence is nominated for the Popular Choice Award. Follow link to cast your vote until June 25th!
On June 14th at 7 p.m. Martin Lesjak will be a guest panelist at „Ö1 Joanneums-Gespräch” at the ORF RadioKulturhaus discussing the subject “Geschichte im Raum. Zum Wechselspiel von Mensch und Natur.“ In this panel, a group of cultural scientists, museum experts and artists will also reflect INNOCAD´s new multi-sensory exhibition „how it was. Space and History” at Museum für Geschichte as well as how the traces of history challenge and inspire science and art.
Issue Avril 2021
"Towards a new space – Time”, elaborates on the “New World of Work"
Martin Lesjak represented INNOCAD architecture in the panel discussion at Perspective Virtual Forum Northern Europe hosted by The Plan . The cultural program of the two-day online event, that took place on May 18th and 19th, focusses on networking activities, latest industry updates in architecture, design, as well as construction and offers interesting panel discussions, addressing current issues and involving leading figures in the field. Lesjak elaborated on “A Journey through Space and Materiality” on May 19th from 6-7pm together with Peter Ippolito of Ippolito Fleitz Group, Natalia Nikolopoulou of Studio Modijefsky, and Alfred Berger of Berger+Parkkinen.
UntermStrich published on their blog an interview with our co-founder Martin Lesjak, elaborating on 13&9 Design´s and INNOCAD's transdisciplinary approach and blurring boundaries. „Transdisciplinarity is absolutely anchored in our DNA. Within the team, we consciously change disciplines in order to keep learning something new. We have people who originally come from fashion, interior design, music, information design, and architecture. We also work with external experts, artists and scientists. This interplay really works. For us creativity has no categories.
The four-part exhibition Steiermark Schau by Universalmuseum Joanneum was opened on April 9th, where INNOCAD conceived a multi-sensory scenography at History Museum Graz for the part “how it was. Space and History” The immersive exhibition, revealing the traces of historic spaces and landscapes, was strung together with a transdisciplinary team including sound design by 13&9 Design / Severin SU, art by Eva Stern, lighting design by GOL Lichtdesign as well as high-quality sound system by Lambda Labs! You can explore the exhibition from Monday – Sunday until October 31st between 10:00 – 18:00 at Palais Herberstein, Sackstraße 16, 8010 Graz.