explore the atmosphere in the architecture studios vienna, photographed by marc goodwin

Marc Goodwin photographs the Viennese architecture studios

since 2017, architectural photographer Marc Goodwin documented the jobs by various architectural offices around the world (see previous coverage of designboom Here, Here And Here), which offers a rare and private look at the surroundings of the established practices. After offices have already been captured London, Beijing And BerlinGoodwin, founder of photo studio Archmospheres, continues his work visiting some of the best architecture and design studios in Vienna. In his latest collection of images, Goodwin invites the viewer to take a look at a total of 12 studios, including Everything will be fineArchitects Collective, illiz architecture, Feld72 and many more.

the studio AllesWirdGut (Header image: Studio Solid Architecture) | all images courtesy of Marc Goodwin

Everything will be fine

The Everything will be fine The studio specializing in urban planning and architecture is located in a building from the 80s overlooking the Danube Canal. Organized as an open space, the studio accommodates 70 employees every day.“We love busy atmospheres and when the architecture and buildings we design are full of life and people meet, interact and communicate.” says the AllesWirdGut team to Marc Goodwin. “It’s the architecture and atmosphere that brings people together – that empowers them to connect and evolve. And it’s the people who bring a building to life. In this way, in our opinion, the use of a building and its atmosphere are in constant symbiosis.’

explore the atmosphere in the architecture studios vienna, photographed by marc goodwin
the studio AllesWirdGut

architect collective

In 2018 the architect collective Team decided to move his studio to the Fabiani House, a historic Viennese building originally designed by Max Fabiani, a student of Otto Wagner, and built in 1898-1901.“The architecture and historical importance/heritage of the Fabiani building was one of the reasons we decided to move to this office.” explain the architects. Renovated in 2022, the building houses a 375 m² studio in which a diverse team of 38 architects from 15 different nations work every day. “We are diverse in nationalities and languages, clothes, food and interests, etc. We go with a balanced appearance between empty and busy spaces, clean, but of course not too clean, bright spaces.” the team mentioned . Our atmosphere is focused and supportive, while being calm and humorous in daily practice, a constantly learning organization, always on the move, we use demanding challenges in new projects as an opportunity to improve ourselves and broaden our horizons.’

explore the atmosphere in the architecture studios vienna, photographed by marc goodwin
the Architects Collective Studio

illiz architecture

Illiz architecture moved into his new studio in March 2022 in an unplastered brick building originally dating from 1893 with high vaulted ceilings. “Our architecture is always implemented in context and has high functionality requirements. The core goal is to combine ecological, economic and social ambitions without compromising on design choices.” illiz architecture shares. “The aim of our work is to create buildings and spaces that are not only functional and aesthetically pleasing, but also promote the well-being of their occupants. A clean, structured work environment creates space for many ideas.”

explore the atmosphere in the architecture studios vienna, photographed by marc goodwin
the architectural office illiz

Franz & Sue

In a pedestrian zone in the heart of Vienna, Franz & Sue studio presents itself as a minimalist space characterized by wood, concrete and metal. The spacious 3,150 m² office houses 100 employees who specialize in public sector architecture and the design of schools and universities. “We believe in relevance beyond fashion trends. That’s why our architecture is clear, radical and sustainable.” the team notes. “For us, atmosphere is never an end in itself, but should offer the user as much freedom as possible to make a room their own and to decide for themselves how they want to act. The atmosphere should support diversity and not just specify a specific use.”

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