Büro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, Österreich

Büro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, ÖsterreichBüro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, ÖsterreichBüro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, ÖsterreichBüro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, ÖsterreichBüro für Architektur, Wohnanlage, Hetzendorferstraße, Wien 12, Architekt DI Lutter ZT GmbH, Österreich

Planning Architect DI Heinz Lutter
Project management Architect DI Klaus Rainer, DI Hannes Schild
Assistance DI Tonko Zaninovic , Joachim Kalchmair
Contractor JHM Immobilien Handelsges.m.b.H.
Floor space 41 accomodation units – ranging from 430.56 to 1184.04 square feet, 15 maisonettes, entire floor space 24219.00 square feet
Status Finished 1996 / 1997
Photography DI Hannes Schild

Residential Estate– Hetzendorfer Straße 110A + 112, Vienna, Austria

Residential esate consists of three houses
House A: 3 accomodation units
House B: 20 accomodation units
House C: 12 accomodation units

In total, the estate consists of 41 accomodation units, ranging from 430.56 square feet to 1184.04 square feet. 15 out of the total amount are maisonettes. 28 garage spaces are also available.

Technical description
House A: massive construction, all facades are furbished
House B and House C: consists of reinforced concrete, all exterior walls are finished wood. The outer skin consists of mainly translucent Skobawellbahnen or natural larch wood. Staircases, greenery paths, lobbies are galvanized with ready made steel elements, railings are made of Rohgussglas.

Concept
The construction consists of 3 houses, which are connected by greenery paths. House A is located at the Hetzendorferstrasse, whereas the remaining two are situated in the garden of the property. A pavillion resemblance has been achieved through the seperation of the houses into three parts. The idea of this specific resemblance is reinforced through the design of  transluscent Skobawellbahnen of the outer walls. 
The gap between the new and the old construction (though on the same property) enables a undisturbed view into the garden and creates a seperation. The new construction detaches itself from the old, though the greenery path helps to achieve a new relationship. 

Typology of apartments
Smaller apartments: between 430.56 and 645.84 square feet
Maisonettes: between 645.84 and 1076.4 square feet
The smaller apartments are studios including a sanitary area in the center. Living, dining and sleeping areas can be divided through two room dividers.