Future Evolution House, Wien Future Evolution House, Wien Future Evolution House, Wien

:: THE TEAM ::

Architect:

Hans-Peter Wörndl
1160 Wien, Grundsteingasse 37
Tel +43 676 3403346
atelierwoerndl@gmail.com

Construction documentation & supervision:

Dipl.-Ing. Waldemar Oster
osterwaldemar@web.de

Structural Engineer:

Dipl.-Ing. Margarete Salzer
1050 Wien, Pilgramgasse 9/2/6
Tel +43 664 1166417
Fax +43 1 81749553073
gretl@salzer.net

Cost Controller / Site Safety:

P&B Ing. C.A. Eisler
1190 Wien, Budinskygasse 32 /4
Tel +43 676 9337133
Fax +43 1 8109472
eisler@baustellenkoordinator.at

Builder:

Baumeister Ing. Josef Frantsits
1170 Wien, Geblergasse 17
Tel +43 1 4097222
Fax +43 1 4097222
ing.josef.frantsits@aon.at

Interior Design:

YMMD / Yarah David - Interior Design
40 Seymour House, 58 Tavistock Place
London, WC1H 9RL
Tel +44 7870 648111
ymdavid@gmail.com

Lighting Design:

podpod design
1180 Wien, Ferrogasse 10/4
Tel +43 1 4791212
www.podpod.at, podpoddesign@mac.com

Landscape Design:

stalzer lutz gärten
3411 Weidling, Hauptstra├če 286
Tel +43 2243 28778
www.stalzerlutz.at, office@stalzerlutz.at

Natural swimming pool:

„MR-Service” NÖ. Maschinenring-Service Gen.m.b.H.
3580 Horn, Mold 72
Tel +43 2982 30500
www.maschinenring.at, service.now@maschinenring.at

Facade typography:

Dipl.-Ing. Nadine Zastrow
N.Zastrow@gmx.de

Website:

Veronika Egger, is-design GmbH & Robert Egger, WebWerker
1070 Wien, Westbahnstra├če 56/2/10
Tel +43 1 5264725
www.isdesign.at, veronika.egger@isdesign.at
www.webwerker.at, robert.egger@webwerker.at

 

PARTNERS:
We are working with these innovative companies on the project. Please click on the logo for more information:


BMW i3

www.bmw.at/i3


We are drawn to Dornbracht by their consequent design and philosophy around the theme of water.

Minimalism meets technical expertise, plus innovation, and excellent personalized professional advice. And they still find time to support the arts, explore world food culture and bathing rituals and innovate.

www.dornbracht.com


Alape is not just about sinks. It is about individuality and shaping space. A great challenge for a bathroom, but one that they rise to with great success.

In a time where bathrooms are becoming ever more central to interior design, they have responded with a clear and clever range of simple but stunning sinks.

www.alape.com


Italian kitchen design at its best.

"Duemilaotto" by our favourite designer Piero Lissoni stands out for its distinct tactile look. A bold but beautiful combination of elegant kitchen block and cupboards contrasted cleverly with a weathered wooden dining table top. Made from pinewood salvaged from a 100 year old Italian mountain hut it brings individuality plus authenticity and history back into modern design.

www.boffi-berlin.de


Quooker is a small, simple but brilliant product that ticks all the boxes for being part of a future house.

It saves energy, makes life easier, and you can throw a bulky appliance (the kettle) away. The Quooker delivers boiling water on tap (literally), and as a British 3 litres-of-tea-a-day drinker, this is one of my favourite future house innovations.

www.quooker.com


The distinctive modern signature look of the flooring from this Danish company belies the fact that it was founded in 1898.

Four generations later they are still a friendly family firm, with carefully managed forests whose philosophy seems to say "we look after the trees, and you look after the wood."

www.dinesen.com


Liebherr are constantly working to improve the efficiency of these traditionally energy-gobbling appliances.

The company do not just think environmentally, but also about the environment inside the fridge itself – with their BioFresh drawers to keep food fresher for longer.

www.liebherr.com