15th & 16th Sep. 2018
OPEN HOUSE VIENNA
Vienna has a unique architectural history and a wide variety of modern building culture. Art nouveau on one corner and modern architecture right next door. Often enough, we walk by these architectural gems without giving them a second look. It’s no coincidence that Vienna has been voted amongst the most livable cities for decades. Vienna unites tradition and modernity in a singular way. This is why the city has a special appeal for OPEN HOUSE. It’s also why we are bringing the OPEN HOUSE format to Vienna – to show the city from a new, never before seen side. We are rather proud of the fact that Vienna was the first city in the German-speaking world to stage OPEN HOUSE.
The non-profit association “OPEN HOUSE VIENNA – Architecture for all” exclusively brings the internationally successful format OPEN HOUSE to Austria. OPEN HOUSE VIENNA is a part of OPEN HOUSE WORLDWIDE.
This is what OPEN HOUSE is all about
- Architecture for all: regardless of age, origin, education, or income.
- Architecture and building culture in all their diversity: old and new, big and small, residential and commercially used buildings – we present them all, next to each other and without judgement.
- A look behind the façades: We also show buildings that are usually not easily accessible. We show buildings from all sides.
Visitors can feel first-hand how architecture can contribute to an improved quality of life. They are given a fresh look at familiar things, as well as insight into new ones. OPEN HOUSE VIENNA means architecture you can touch.
Stadtinformationszentrum Wien >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Freitag 8 - 18
Architekturzentrum Wien >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Sonntag 10 - 19
Wien Museum >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Sonntag 10 - 18
Tourist - Info Wien Albertinaplatz >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Sonntag 9 - 19
WienXtra Jugendinfo >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Samstag 14:30 - 18:30
Hauptbücherei Wien >> Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Freitag 11-19, Samstag 11 - 17
Stadtplan Download Achtung 13MB
Open House Worldwide
OPEN HOUSE started in early 1992 in London. Victoria Thornton, an architect herself, founded Open House as a small non-profit organization with the aim of bringing design and architecture closer to the residents of the city. Open House London is the inventor of the Open House concept.Ten years later, the first OPEN HOUSE took place outside of London, in New York. Meanwhile, this format exists in more than 30 cities worldwide: from Buenos Aires to Rome, Tel Aviv, and Melbourne.
TERMINE OPEN HOUSE WORLDWIDE 2017
|Athen 1.-2.April||Barcelona 21.-22.Okt||Belfast 28.-29.Okt|
|Brisbane 7.-8.Okt||Buenos Aires 28.-29.Okt||Chicago 14.-15.Okt|
|Cork 29.Sep -1.Okt||Dublin 14.-15.Okt||Gdynia 27.-28.Mai|
|Helsinki 19.-21.Mai||Jerusalem 26.-28.Okt||Lagos 29.-30.April|
|Limerick 6.-7.Okt||Lissabon 23.-24.Sep||London 16.-17.Sep|
|Madrid 30.Sep -1.Okt||Melbourne 29.-30.Juli||Milan 13.-14.Mai|
|Monterrey 21.-23.April||New York 14-15.Okt||Oslo 23.-24.Sep|
|Perth 11.-12.Nov||Porto 1.-2.Juli||Prag 13.-14.Mai|
|Rom 6.-7.Mai||Slovenia 21.-23.April||Thessaloniki 19.-20.Nov|
|Tel Aviv 18.-20.Mai||Vilnius 22.-23.April||Wien 9.-10.Sep|
|Zürich 30.Sep-1.Okt||Stockholm 06.-08.Okt||Santiago de Chile 18.-19.März|
|San Diego 25.-26.Mai||Torino 10.-11.Juni||Bilbao 23.-24.Sep|