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Austria’s Baroque marvels and Secessionist architecture are world famous. Perhaps less known to anyone who hasn’t visited Austria recently are the new works by some of the world’s leading architects. From Zaha Hadid’s funicular stations in Innsbruck to museums that bring contemporary design to the country’s wine region and the heart of Vienna, you’ll want to include these buildings on your Austria itinerary.
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Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien, Austria
With the MuseumsQuartier, local architecture firm Ortner & Ortner has helped create a living room for Vienna, complete with coffee-table art books in the form of two museums that complement each other. The white Leopold Museum is home to the world...
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Loisium-Allee 1, 3550 Langenlois, Austria
In the wine region along the Danube in Lower Austria, acclaimed American architect Steven Holl designed a striking contemporary building for the Loisium World of Wine in Langenlois. Surrounded by centuries-old vines, the building is a prime...
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Rennweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Star architect Zaha Hadid’s first work in Innsbruck was the soaring Bergisel ski jump which opened in 2005. Two years later, the four stations she designed for the Nordkettenbahn hybrid funicular line took architecture to new heights, literally...
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Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz, Austria
Blobitecture, or Blob Architecture, landed in 2003 in the heart of historic Graz, Austria’s second largest city, in the form of the Kunsthaus Graz, a museum focused on contemporary art that welcomes visitors drawn by both its unusual exterior and...
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Wilhelm-Spazier-Straße 7A, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
When you think of Salzburg, what may come to mind first are chocolate, Mozart, and, of course, the von Trapps. With Hangar-7, however, you can add vintage planes to that list. Construction on Hangar-7 at the Salzburg Airport began in 2001 and was...