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competition: 1st prize
Graphic design in collaboration with United Everything
in cooperation with United Everything / office space planning and interior design / new work / the visual interpretation of a train journey through Austria / communication, retreat and art landscape / textile screen / rhythm / acceleration / travelling / 2014
The design, a winner of an invited competition for the Austrian Railways headquarters, is based on a distinctive corporate design translating the notion of mobility and travel into the interior architecture. In collaboration with United Everything, a graphic design studio, the atmospheric and functional key element, a 3.6 km long movable textile screen, was created showing an exquisite voyage through the country. This large-scale installation, spanning all twenty-three floors, depicts the rhythm and motion of passing landscapes as a sequence of visual sensations, both accelerating and decelerating across the screens. The strategy behind the movable screen is to increase spontaneous communication and to generate privacy and concentration areas through individual screen rearrangements defining and zoning options. Open and closed communication, as well as relaxation areas are placed along the middle zone to create a communal center and to avoid overlapping with focused working. Used as a filter be-tween the exchange area and the side rooms, the screen fosters interaction and combines, at the same time, warmth and softness with excellent acoustics properties. Even in the multi-functional “Sky Lobby” this design concept continues. A railway related artistic and abstract graphic screen changes its pattern and visible content dynamically in combination with RGB lighting.
Dominik Gladik, Harald Glanz, Jörg Kindermann, Martin Lesjak, Michael Petar, Paul Plankensteiner
"Zellenbüros und Zukunftskonzepte"
"INVISTA - Zonierung per Bodenbelag"
"Dynamische Reise: ÖBB Zentrale"