IBA_VIENNA – NEW SOCIAL HOUSING

International Building Exhibition

IBA_Vienna 2022 is the first international building exhibition to be held in Vienna. Vienna is aiming for developing innovative solutions and approaches to the challenges of our time, especially to the topic of "new social housing". Very well developed patterns of action and processes are to be questioned with regard to topicality and accuracy and, if necessary, they shall be renegotiated. New networks of urban development, housing and socio-political instruments can create new ways of interaction and cooperation between established partners for social housing and young developments and startups. IBA_Vienna is dealing with new construction sites as well as development projects in existing areas of the ciy. In both cases the results should contribute to strengthening social cohesion and affordability.

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News

IBA ResearchLab New Social Housing CALL FOR PAPERS

From 7 to 11 September 2020, the Vienna International Summer School will take place for the third time as part of IBA_Vienna. The invitation for participation has been extended until 19 April!

Projects

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Per-Albin-Hansson-Siedlung

Per-Albin-Hansson-Siedlung How can an existing large urban housing estate made be fit for future and adapted to today's living needs? This is one of the central questions that IBA_Vienna deals with in the neighborhood of Per-Albin-Hansson-Siedlung Ost in Vienna-Favoriten.

Neu Leopoldau

Neu Leopoldau The development in Neu Leopoldau follows the motto “young housing” and comprises around 1,400 apartments, 70,000 m² for commercial use and plenty of outdoor space.

Biotope City Wienerberg

Biotope City Wienerberg Climate adaptation measures in subsidized housing play an increasingly important role, but the principle of affordability must not be neglected. The Biotope City Wienerberg shows that dense development and effective greening are compatible.

Berresgasse

Berresgasse In the immediate vicinity of the Hirschstetten bathing pond, a new, diverse urban area is being created.

Apfelbaum

Apfelbaum "Apfelbaum" is a visionary real estate project. It is the objective of the project to function as a counter-model to exclusion and displacement by instead focusing on inclusion as a social attitude.

Wolfganggasse

Wolfganggasse The urban development area "Wolfganggasse" is a prime example of a new social neighborhood focussing offers for single parents.

Quartiershäuser Sonnwendviertel

Quartiershäuser Sonnwendviertel To the east of Helmut-Zilk-Park in Vienna-Favoriten, a small-scale, mixed-use and largely car-free neighborhood is being developed. "Quartiershäuser" and projects of building cooperatives provide new impetus.

Quartier "An der Schanze"

An der Schanze The "An der Schanze" property developers' competition tendered started in February 2019. In a two-stage, dialog-oriented procedure, the foundations were laid for a new, lively neighborhood with high living quality and an urban character.

Waldrebengasse

Waldrebengasse As a result of a developers’ competition of the 2018-2020 housing offensive, subsidized rental apartments in a timber construction will be built on a plot of land in Stadlau.

Quartier "Am Seebogen"

Am Seebogen With the Quartier "Am Seebogen", the urban development in the north of the lakeside town of aspern has begun. A neighborhood will be created here which will primarily focus on mixed use.

Events

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How will we live tomorrow?: Exhibition Tour

02.10.2020 | 16:00 Project managers of the IBA_Vienna lead through the exhibition and give an overview of the status of the International Building Exhibition Vienna.

How will we live tomorrow?: Exhibition Tour

16.10.2020 | 16:00 Project managers of the IBA_Vienna lead through the exhibition and give an overview of the status of the International Building Exhibition Vienna.

How will we live tomorrow?: Exhibition Tour

22.09.2020 | 10:00 Project managers of the IBA_Vienna lead through the exhibition and give an overview of the status of the International Building Exhibition Vienna.

How will we live tomorrow?: Exhibition Tour

06.10.2020 | 10:00 Project managers of the IBA_Vienna lead through the exhibition and give an overview of the status of the International Building Exhibition Vienna.

How will we live tomorrow?: Exhibition Tour

20.10.2020 | 10:00 Project managers of the IBA_Vienna lead through the exhibition and give an overview of the status of the International Building Exhibition Vienna.

Inspirierend oder monoton: 68. Symposium "Die Zukunft des Wohnens"

22.10.2020 | 15:00 Wohnbau im digitalen Zeitalter: von der Planung über das Baumanagement mit BIM, vom Wohnungsmarketing bis zur Hausverwaltung – alle Abläufe im Wohnbau-Geschehen sind von Digitalisierung erfasst.

Freiraum im neuen sozialen Wohnbau: Diskussion

12.10.2020 | 15:00 Die IBA_Wien Wohnbaufreiräume zeigen neue Ansätze, wie sozialen und ökologischen Herausforderungen auf innovative Weise begegnet werden kann. Eine Kooperation mit ÖGLA / Haus der Landschaft.

Lange Nacht der Museen

03.10.2020 | 18:00 Projektleiter*innen der IBA_Wien führen durch die Ausstellung und geben einen Überblick über den Zwischenstand der Internationalen Bauausstellung Wien.

Quartier "Am Seebogen": Baustellenführung

03.10.2020 | 15:00 Kein anderes neu entstehendes Wohnquartier in Wien bietet eine so hohe Nutzungsvielfalt abseits von Wohnen wie das Quartier „Am Seebogen“. „Wohnen & Arbeiten“ sowie „Gesundheit, Bewegung & Sport“ sind die Leitthemen des bis 2022 entstehenden Viertels. Erkunden Sie real und virtuell dieses neue Quartier!

Lange Nacht der Forschung

09.10.2020 | 17:00 IBA_Wien ist Teil der langen Nacht der Forschung. In Kooperation mit dem Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie (BMK) werden geförderte Projekte an der Nahtstelle der Forschung, Klimaanpassung und Wohnen vorgestellt.

>> "In organising IBA_Vienna, the International Building Exhibition 2022, the City of Vienna is focusing on the innovative and further development of social housing. This is a continuation of a hundred years of successful tradition in social housing in order to actively shape outstanding new developments in the field of housing and housing construction.

The exhibition "How will we live tomorrow?" will present the intermediate results of more than 100 innovative building projects from September 8th, 2020. Take the opportunity and find out what the future in social housing will bring for you! <<

Kathrin Gaál
Executive City Councillor for Women's Issues and Housing