To neighborhood walk
The "Grätzelmixer" is a building group house with a central non-commercial culture and movement space on the ground floor. This eponymous space is managed by a residents' association and can be used by residents as well as neighbours. It can be easily booked via an online booking system.read more
The project occupies a special position within the Viennese building group landscape, as the combination of condominium ownership and residents' association makes the advantages of the building group model accessible to a wider circle of users.
In order to meet individual, communal and neighbourly demands, the building group founded a residents' association. This association is the owner of the restaurant and the holder of the rights to use all communal facilities in the house.
The apartments are all individually designed. The tops have very large balconies, living spaces with two-sided light incidence and room heights of over three metres. Combined with lower bedrooms and adjoining rooms, exciting spatial sequences are created on offset levels. One maisonette and one split-level apartment have two apartment doors so that they can be divided into two smaller apartments if required.
As a discussion platform on the six topics of stakeholders, mixed use, public space, housing, mobility and architecture, this series of events invites you to wander through the new neighborhood at Helmut-Zilk-Park.