Young Viennese Architects - lecture by Michael Salvi and Thomas Weber

2019-11-14, 6:00 p.m.
The Austrian Culture Forum invites you to a lecture entitled Young Viennese Architects by Michael Salvi and Thomas Weber, winners of numerous architectural awards from the Viennese studio Schenker Salvi Weber Architekten. The event accompanies the exhibition Young Viennese architects and landscape architects presented in the medieval cellars of the ICC from November 6th to December 1st, 2019. Free entrance. Simultaneous translation. ICC is an event partner.

In 2009, Andres Schenker, Michael Salvi and Thomas Weber joined forces and founded a company. The seven victories in competitions during the first five years of operation in Austria, Germany and Switzerland speak for themselves. They say about their vision: "Building culture and architecture are inclusive, holistic cooperation within one of the project's extensive mission. Architecture is created in dialogue with all participants in the process of its creation and should serve users in a sustainable way. In our projects, we want to achieve the highest possible standards in terms of all structural and design parameters. Our goal is to create intelligent, high-quality solutions for cities and their residents. Architecture is not just about meeting formal requirements: adequacy, feasibility and high quality are subject to constant negotiation in every detail and are constantly redefined. We design residential buildings in cities, educational centers and office buildings. We are interested in urban spaces and flexible structures. We specialize in discovering new typologies and applying them together. "

Michael Salvi (born in 1974 in Bern) - training in draftsmanship at Schindler & Habegger Architekten (Bern) and Berner Fachhochschule (Biel); professional experience: Bart & Buchhofer (Biel), AllesWirdGut (Vienna), Jabornegg & Palffy (Vienna), Salvi Renaudin Architekten (Bern-Vienna).

Thomas Weber (born in 1970 in Wangen) - carpenter; graduated from the Fachhochschule Biberach and the University of Applied Arts (Vienna); he did internships at Prinz Architekt (Baindt), Dietrich Untertrifaller (Bregenz-Vienna).

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