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Acquisitions: Josef Lackner, the most recent accession at the Architekturzentrum Wien
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
October 19, 2005
Amongst the most recent accessions, the Architekturzentrum Wien has received the archives of Josef Lackner (born 31.01.1931 in Wörgl, Tyrol + 13.09.2000 in Innsbruck, Tyrol).
1949-1952 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Clemens Holzmeister; practical experience in various studios in Dusseldorf, Freiburg and Munich; studio in Innsbruck from ...
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Catalogue WineArchitecture - The Vinery Boom
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
October 18, 2005
Today internationally active star architects are designing and building spectacular new wineries around the world. In return, in the east and south of Austria a unique new scene has consistingly drawn attention to a symbiosis between contemporary architecture and wine making. A new architectural language has developed along with this newly defined brief, one that moves between sensitive approaches to traditional forms of building and self-confident interpretations of ...
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Orange Farm Township Project
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
October 18, 2005
Published as project documentation and catalogue for the ‘Orange Farm Township Project’, part of the exhibition ‘Jo´burg now! Construction Site South Africa’ in the Architekturzentrum Wien.
In the course of a design project at Vienna University of Technology’s Institute of Housing and Design under the guidance of Peter Fattinger, ...
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Report on icamUKI Regional Meeting
RCAHMS, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
October 10, 2005
Early June 2005 saw 21 representatives of six UK icam member institutions come together in Scotland to discuss issues of mutual interest and to explore the potential for greater collaborative working. Participants included both institutions and individuals who cannot normally attend the icam international congresses.
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Permanent Architecture
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design Nasjonalmuseet
October 10, 2005
2004 was a great year for permanent architectural exhibitions. Early last year the Architectural museum in Stockholm moved back to their fine Raphael Moneo building and presented a renewed permanent exhibition. Then the NAI in Rotterdam followed up by replacing their old small permanent exhibition with a much bigger one, the ...
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