Interplay of People & Space

BFA x KLK design modern temporary living spaces that are affordable and offer maximized spaciousness and comfort

BFA x KLK design modern temporary living spaces

Fact File
Project: Gudrunstraße
Location: Gudrunstraße
Gross Built Area: 3900 m2
Client: Private Developer
Architecture/Interior Design: BFA x KLK
Lead architect: Heinz Lutter
Completion: 2021
Photography: David Schreyer
Source: V2.com

BFA x KLK design modern temporary living spaces

Fifty business apartments and six offices were constructed in a new building on an empty lot in Vienna. The first phase focused on supporting work for the necessary rededication. In further phases, optimal light conditions were achieved by orienting all of the apartments facing South-East. Noise pollution was reduced by the same measure since the orientation towards a more quiet side street acted as natural sound abatement.

Each apartment is accessible via an arcade and external staircase and features a balcony. The compact floor plan consists of a generous main corridor, a bedroom area, sanitary facilities, and a living space with a pitched roof oriel and a balcony. Minimizing the results of the adjacent room in a bright and generous living space that meets the dynamic needs of the future residents.

BFA x KLK design modern temporary living spaces

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