We are looking forward to the opening of the “Wiener Pixel” event at the Institute for Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture and Design. WGA ZT GmbH is the main sponsor. Getting the support of dedicated students of architecture is something that Harald Oissner, architect and managing partner of WGA ZT GmbH, finds particularly important.
An exhibition of a selection of student work from the past six years of the Urban Design and Landscape Architecture Foundations Studio of the Vienna University of Technology.
From 11th October to 17th October, 2021 – opening hours daily from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm
Soft opening on the 10th October 2021 starting at 3:00 pm
Kettenbrückengasse underground station
A selection of student works created over the last six years as part of the “Urban planning and fundamentals of landscape architecture studio” course will be on display. Viennese pixels are 1×1 km sections of the city that the students have studied intensively in the course of a semester. This has resulted in a variety of urban visions and designs for alternative forms of urban living. There are now more than 100 pixels, which show a different image of Vienna between utopia and everyday life.
The projects on show are in the form of drawings, diagrams and models in a labyrinth made of construction fences. In the integrated city lab, students and teachers from this year’s studio will be working on initial ideas for 10 new pixels on site in parallel in accompanying workshops during the exhibition with a collective mapping exercise. To build on this, the students will then deepen and elaborate their visions for the further development of Vienna.
The exhibition is intended to be a space where students, architects, planners and interested visitors can discuss ideas and experiment so as to stimulate a creative exchange of knowledge. The aim is to bring current and future ideas for the city of Vienna closer to the urban population and enable reflection and discussion together on site.
We look forward to a wide-ranging and open discussion on the current urban planning issues affecting the city of Vienna and its metropolitan region.
Supervision: Johannes Bretschneider, Nela Kadic, Miriam Kühler, Ute Schneider, Max Utech
Exhibition Core team: Merve Canga, Victoria Frieda Fricker, Christina Eva Sophie Haslauer, Sebastian Lettner, Mia Neustädter, Berke Onay, Laura Sauter, Inessa Schander, Cosima Sima
Additional team exhibition: Laura Estermann, Nikola Jelavic, Theodora Miladinova, Patrick Rottensteiner
Construction Team: Nikola Dzuteski, Erik Face, Julian Fellner, Leonardo Haglmüller, Edna Mirkovska, Klaus Vonmetz, Sonia Marizzi, Velian Popov, David Eibensteiner, Fanny Maria Bruckbauer, Viktoria Karoline Mandl, Alexander Gkionis
WGA ZT Ltd.
Ambient Art Werbe Ltd.
EKRO Kronsteiner Ltd.
WIPARK Garages Ltd.
With the kind support of
Chamber of Civil Technicians, Architects and Engineers for Vienna. Lower Austria. Burgenland
District representatives in Marialhilf