Linke Wienzeile 40 & 38
Otto Wagner architect and owner designed one single urban block that cemented the Jugendstil movement with Linke Wienzeile 40 and Linke Wienzeile 38 in 1899. The project composed of three buildings, Linke Wienzeile 40 and 38 which turn the corner to Köstlergasse 3. Wagner dismissed classical decoration and introduced a new architectural simplicity, with flat exterior walls and plain,…
St. Johann ski resort in the Kitzbühel Alps.
Beautiful use of typography, colors, and printing techniques that reveal a subtle sophistication in the branding of labels of the Krascher winery in Burgenland, Austria.
Cool poster designs with type and illustration.
Johanna Fessl Ceramics
A treasured discovery from Andorf, Austria, Johanna Fessl’s beautiful ceramic creations. Johanna’s handmade objects are tactile and functional, down to the simplest details. The design has an ethos of earthiness, textural, and timelessness craftmanship. Johanna Fessil – Ceramic
Poster for the 6th annual International Festival for Urban Exploration – Urbanize! Illustration by Patrick Klose. Layout by Atelier Liska Wesle.
The Augarten is a public park in the Leopoldstadt, the second district of Vienna. It is the city’s oldest Baroque park in the French Baroque style with elaborate flower gardens and shady avenues of chestnut, lime, ash and maple trees. The Augarten is surrounded by the Palais Augarten, the performance hall and home of the Vienna Boys’ Choir and the porcelain…
150 Years Ringstrasse by Olga Georgieva
The Ringstrasse (Ring Street) in Vienna celebrates its 150 anniversary in 2015. The street was built to replace the city walls, which had been built during the 13th century. In 1857, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria issued the decree ordering the demolition of the city walls and moats. In his decree, he laid out the…
Wolfgangsee & Attersee
View of Wolfgangsee (Lake Wolfgang) and Attersee (Lake Atter) from the Schafberg Mountain in the Salzkammergut, lake district of Austria. Wolfgangsee named after Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg (c. 934 – 994). He is regarded as one of the three great German saints of the 10th century, the other two being Saint Ulrich and Saint Conrad of Constance.…