Our Team - OPEN HOUSE VIENNA 2016
from left: Richard Ördög I Graphic&Advertisement, Karin Lehner I PR&Communication, Scherline John I Research & Buildings, Magdalena Süss I Volunteers, Iris Kaltenegger I Project Manager, Ulla Unzeitig I Buildings & Finance, Aloisia Tamer I Buildings, Amina Karahodicz I Social Media, Doris Spiegl I PR&Communication, Mark Hinckley I Graphic&Advertisement.
82 buildings are opening their doors this year on September 12/13, 2015. A few of them were part of OPEN HOUSE VIENNA last year as well, while some have been newly added. See for yourself!
Our map gives you a general idea of where the buildings are located. You can pick it up by mid-August (more). If you are looking for more information, you may want to opt for our OHW15 book „Open House Wien. A Vienna Architecture Guide“ (see below).
For the first time this year the team of AHDF offers tours for kids in six of the participating buildings.
Our city and architectural guide “Open House Vienna. A Vienna Architecture Guide” (in German and English) takes you by the hand and guides you through the architectural diversity we offer.
256 pages, € 14.90
Metro-Verlag; ISBN 978-3-99300-225-1
You can buy the city and architectural guide here:
- By mid-August in bookstores
- On September 12/13, 2015 in these participating buildings during their opening hours: Herrengasse Highrise, magdas Hotel, TU Wien Dome Hall, 25hours Hotel, The Granary at Port Albern, Microsoft Headquarters, and Climatic Wind Tunnel
- At one of our two info bases:
Streetlife Festival (Babenbergerstraße, 1010): Saturday, September 12, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., and Sunday, September 13, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Planungswerkstatt, (Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 9, 1010): Monday, September 7 through Sunday, September 13., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.