Gasometer c inside by viennaphoto at New appartments from old gasometers

New Appartments from Old Gasometers

Gasometers of Vienna:Former gas storage tanks turned into housing.After lying unused for a decade,Vienna remodelled the protected monuments & in 1995 called for ideas for their use.Architects Jean Nouvel, Coop Himmelblau, Manfred Wehdorn & Wilhelm Holzbauer came up with the idea to turn them into residential complexes. Between 1999 & 2001, the gasometers were gutted leaving only exterior and part of the roof.Each was then divided into several zones for living,working & entertainment…

Jean Nouvel, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Manfred Wehdorn, and Wilhelm Holzbauer have transformed a series of four gigantic coal gasometers in Vienna into spectacular and thriving communities.

Jean Nouvel, Gasometer, Wien

Jean Nouvel, Gasometer, Wien

Gasometer reusage- Vienna 2011 - Erasmus Exchange: March 2011

Gasometer reusage- Vienna 2011 - Erasmus Exchange: March 2011

Gasometer reusage- Vienna 2011 - Erasmus Exchange: March 2011

Gasometer reusage- Vienna 2011 - Erasmus Exchange: March 2011

Gigantic Coal Gasometers Transformed into Thriving Communities...

Gigantic Coal Gasometers Transformed into Thriving Communities in Vienna

Gigantic Coal Gasometers Transformed into Thriving Communities...

Gasometer d New appartments from old gasometers

New Appartments from Old Gasometers

Gasometer C

Gasometer C

Gasometer C Manfred Wehdorn

Gasometer C Manfred Wehdorn

Gasometer D

Gasometer D

Gasometer C

Gasometer C

Industrial Renovation: The Gasometers of Vienna

History of the Vienna Gas Tanks The Gasometers of Vienna date back to 1896 when Viennese authorities decided it was time to invest in large-scale gas and electric utilities.

Gasometer C

Those gasometers were built in Vienna, Austria in Now they have been renovated and are used as environmentally friendly living spaces. Those gasometers were built in V

Der grüne Innenhof vom Gasometer C. Vienna

Gasometer C Manfred Wehdorn created an indoor garden and an eco-friendly designed terraced structure.

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