model photo, street elevation "Am Spitz"

Der Lehndorfer Hof

The “Lehndorfer Hof” was built from 1906 to 1908 – spanning a “Gründerzeit” housing block in Floridsdorf, Vienna. During World War II, the building has been heavily damaged and lost after several renovations - from the fifties until now - almost its character.
  The new roof extension aims to unify the housing block of “Lehndorfer Hof” by a zig-zag façade that unites the different building parts. The façade modules head alternately in different direction to provide intimacy, as well as an optimal sun exposure for each apartment unit. (project as a design director at hochform architekten, Wien)

model photo, street elevation "Am Spitz"

model photo, street elevation "Am Spitz"

image courtesy hochform / Christoph Wassmann

the project is spanning a “Gründerzeit” block

the project is spanning a “Gründerzeit” block

image courtesy google / hochform architekten

zig-zag façade of the roof

zig-zag façade of the roof

image courtesy of hochform architekten

floorplan roof level

floorplan roof level

image courtesy hochform architekten

sequence of facade change

sequence of facade change

image courtesy hochform architekten