Austria is home to a colorful art and architectural heritage shaped by its unique position in central Europe. Bordering Germanic, Mediterranean and Eastern European lands, Austria’s architecture hints at its neighboring cultures — even while remaining regionally specific. Home to vast mountain ranges and picturesque landscapes, Austrian design is greatly attuned to its environmental contexts, while its urban spaces are more so linked to Europe’s general architectural program.
Vienna, for example, is home to an expansive portfolio of Baroque and Gothic gems. Italian influences were prominent in the nation throughout the 18th century, evident in the famed Belvedere Palace and the Salzburg Cathedral. Most impressive and best known is the nation’s regional rendition of Art Nouveau. Austrian architectural history cannot be told without citing the great Secession Movement, which included the stylized designs of notable architects Joseph Maria Olbirch and Otto Wagner. From the Maison des Majoliques to the famed Secession Building, one will encounter a variety of ornate structures distinct to Austria and made possible by Secessionist thinkers.
And today’s contemporary design program continues to reflect the nation’s history, culture and landscape, generating a paradigm that seesaws between variety and tradition. Of course, the country is a pioneering leader in social housing.
With so many architecture firms to choose from, it’s challenging for clients to identify the industry leaders that will be an ideal fit for their project needs. Fortunately, Architizer is able to provide guidance on the top design firms in Austria based on more than a decade of data and industry knowledge.
How are these architecture firms ranked?
The following ranking has been created according to key statistics that demonstrate each firm’s level of architectural excellence. The following metrics have been accumulated to establish each architecture firm’s ranking, in order of priority:
- The number of A+Awards won (2013 to 2023)
- The number of A+Awards finalists (2013 to 2023)
- The number of projects selected as “Project of the Day” (2009 to 2023)
- The number of projects selected as “Featured Project” (2009 to 2023)
- The number of projects uploaded to Architizer (2009 to 2023)
Each of these metrics is explained in more detail at the foot of this article. This ranking list will be updated annually, taking into account new achievements of Austria architecture firms throughout the year.
Without further ado, here are the 30 best architecture firms in Austria:
30. BEHF Architects
Established in 1995, BEHF Architects is an architectural office based in Vienna that has achieved international acclaim. It is headed by Armin Ebner, Susi Hasenauer and Stephan Ferenczy. With about 120 employees, BEHF Architects is one of Austria’s largest and most efficient architectural offices.
Some of BEHF Architects’s most prominent projects include:
- Wein & Co, Vienna, Austria
- Telegraf 7, Vienna, Austria
- Office Complex THE ICON VIENNA, Vienna, Austria
- Hotel DAS TRIEST, PORTO Bar, Vienna, Austria
- Shopping Mall CENTAR KAPTOL, Zagreb, Croatia
The following statistics helped BEHF Architects achieve 30th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Hammerschmid, Pachl, Seebacher- Architekten was founded in Graz in 2006. The main focus of the design approach is on both the content and context of the task at hand. Thus, the architects pay careful attention to harmonizing their designs with the existing conditions, such as the topography or the existing building structure. High-quality workmanship is a central aspect of the firm’s efforts, which is fostered through the authentic dealing with material and construction.
Some of Hammerschmid Pachl Seebacher Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Hammerschmid Pachl Seebacher Architekten achieve 29th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
28. k_m architektur
Founded in 1994 in Bergenz, k_m architektur’s philosophy is about finding innovative solutions and upholding its social responsibility towards the environment. Today their work focuses on single-family homes and apartment buildings. They work primarily in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Some of k_m architektur’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped k_m architektur achieve 28th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
27. Spado Architects
Teamwork and friendship were the reasons why spado architects was established by Helmut Rainer-Marinello and Harold Weber in 1999. In 2002 spado architects opened their office in St.Veit/Glan, Carinthia, Austria. The work flow within the team can be described as open, participative and cooperative. spado architects try to set theory and practical experiences into a relationship which leads to innovative projects combining architecture, landscape architecture, architectural impulses and architectural education.
Some of Spado Architects’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Spado Architects achieve 27th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Bruno Moser established bruno moser architektur WERKSTATT in 2011 in Austria. Now a team of eight, the firm works on private, public and commercial projects.
Some of bruno moser / architekturWERKSTATT’s most prominent projects include:
- Ferienhaus am See, Austria
- HAUS_AKU, 122, Weitschön, Kufstein District, Tir., Austria
- Installationstechnik Schlapp, 27, Reither Anger, Reith im Alpbachtal, Austria
- HAUS_MAMU, Münster, Austria
- HAUS_SOJO, Sankt Johann, Austria
The following statistics helped bruno moser / architekturWERKSTATT achieve 26th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Caramel architekten zt gmbh is an architecture & planning design consultancy based in Vienna, Austria. Since 2002, the firm has worked on significant cultural, public and housing projects throughout Austria.
Some of Caramel’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Caramel achieve 25th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
HOLODECK architects ztgmbh are an austrian company with several years of professional experience, with numerous projects having been realized, and also having gained international recognition in the fields of urban planning, architecture and project development. In co-operation with the client we develop premium urban planning schemes and high quality architecture.
Our areas of expertise comprise the analysis of complex correlations and tasks as well as the development of contextual building solutions in coordination with the client.We have access to an established network of competent collaborating companies in the disciplines of project management, cost control, structural engineering, construction physics and building.
Some of HOLODECK architects’s most prominent projects include:
- austrian embassy bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
- 22 tops, Wolfsberg, Austria
- embedded house, Heiligengeist, Villach, Austria
- urban reflections, Vienna, Austria
- buisnesspark breitensee, Vienna, Austria
The following statistics helped HOLODECK architects achieve 24th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
23. Tp3 Architekten
Since the founding of [tp3] architekten we have been working on the idea and implementation of sustainable building concepts. The symbiosis of ecological, social, economic and aesthetic aspects, as well as energy-optimized façades and ground plan typologies play an important role. Location, content and form merge into one unit. We regard urban, economic and technical parameters as catalysts for new ideas and unconventional solutions where the location and required profile assignment represent starting points for our considerations.
Sustainability, passive house concepts, ecological designs, lifecycle considerations and preserving resources are more than slogans — they are an integral component of our architectural work. We are not interested in expressionist experiments; rather we intend to create a dense atmosphere by using materials, light, structure, color, etc. paying attention to a respectful treatment of our environment. [tp3] architekten consider themselves as service providers with a wide range of benefits for their clients. We are partners and representatives and guarantee best technical, economical and architectural quality for your building project.
Some of Tp3 Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Tp3 Architekten achieve 23rd place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
We are interested in the context, even the non-measurable aspects — the atmosphere, the protagonists and the possibilities of the project. The spark must fly so that we can get to the essence of the project. This essence preserves and unfolds its aroma at the respective location.
For us, designing means having space and time for something that wants to emerge beyond our imagination. We take the time to consider our approach and ask ourselves many questions as we work. For us, consensus means that there are no longer any doubts about the idea. We are happy for our clients when the result is right.
Some of Ludescher + Lutz Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
- Weingut Schmidt am Bodensee | Windery, Hattnau, Wasserburg (Bodensee), Germany
- Haus am Felsen, Bregenz, Austria
- Johann | Hotel und Gasthaus am Alten Markt, Lauterach, Austria
- Ernas Haus | Micro-Living am Winderhof, Dornbirn, Austria
- Jagd- und Forsthaus Tannau | Hunting Lodge, Tettnang, Germany
The following statistics helped Ludescher + Lutz Architekten achieve 22nd place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
The work of feld72 pivots on the interface of architecture, applied urbanism and art. feld72 has implemented numerous projects of various dimensions in the national and inter-national context, a huge range including master plans, buildings, studies on urban development, interior and exhibition design, urban strategies and large-scale interventions in the urban environment. The multiple award-winning works are remarkable for a socially responsible, innovative and sustainable approach to architecture and urbanism. Tracking down and reinforcing the potential in locations and (social) environments is a fundamental element of feld72 projects.
Expanding the field of architecture within the context of the self-initiated project series “Urban Strategies”, the collective has been engaged ever since the office was founded in 2002 in Vienna in tackling the issues of the use and perception of the public space.
Some of feld72 Architects’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped feld72 Architects achieve 21st place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Illichmann-architecture was founded in 2007 by Sebastian Illichmann. We see our work as architects as a spatial/design implementation of the wishes and needs of the client, including and taking into account the technical, cultural, economic and legal framework.
Some of Illichmann Architecture’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Illichmann Architecture achieve 20th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
querkraft, founded in 1998, is an architecture team with three partners and approximately 20 team members. querkraft does not have a specialized focus within the industry, but rather stands for a different approach to architecture and design. Give people space querkraft see the person as the central coefficient of the planning process. This concentration on the fundamental aspect is the drive behind our work.
Challenging the assignment is always our first aspect of a project. Often the prescribed task is inaccurate and a better solution can be found through a rethinking of the assignment from first principles. Lateral thinking defines our method of working. We also find solutions that are not common, because we approach a task relaxed and without prejudices. Responding to the client is an important part of our planning process.
Some of querkraft architekten zt gmbh’s most prominent projects include:
- IKEA – the good neighbour, Vienna, Austria
- EXPO austrian pavilion dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- TMW technical museum vienna, 212, Mariahilfer Straße, Penzing, Wien, Austria
- ML – museum liaunig, 41, Neuhaus, Neuhaus, Austria
- ACW Office Building, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria
The following statistics helped querkraft architekten zt gmbh achieve 19th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Our architectural language is clear, reduced in design and sustainable. We see it as our task to deal intensively with the task at hand and to work out the best solution for the client. Keywords such as teamwork, responsibility, enthusiasm or handshake quality are important to us.
Some of roeck architekten’s most prominent projects include:
- Wohnhaus HUT, Sautens, Austria
- OP SanKet, Innsbruck, Austria
- Wohnhaus LST, Natters, Austria
- Wohnbau Kirchenwirt, Innsbruck, Austria
- Wohnhaus DRV, Mils, Austria
The following statistics helped roeck architekten achieve 18th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Gangoly & Kristiner Architects was found in 2007 by Hans Gangoly and Irene Kristiner. Together with our approximately 20 employees at the two locations in Graz and Vienna, we cover the entire range of tasks in architecture with our services. We create (urban) studies, concepts, drafts, submissions as well as implementation and detailed planning for you.
Our range includes upscale single-family homes, residential buildings, public buildings, cultural, educational, office, administrative and commercial buildings, buildings for tourism, gastronomy, sports and leisure as well as interior design. One focus is the contemporary handling of historical inventory (also in connection with monument protection). For the implementation of general planning services, we rely on a competent team of specialist planners in the areas of building services and electrical engineering, building physics, acoustics, statics and local building supervision.
Some of Gangoly & Kristiner Architects’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Gangoly & Kristiner Architects achieve 17th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
16. MHM architects
The spectrum of our services includes all phases of project planning. In recent years we have specialized in detailed design and implementation planning of complex architectural designs. We bridge the gap between idea and realization and bring non-standard architecture to life.
Some of MHM architects’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped MHM architects achieve 16th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Nerma Linsberger Studio was founded in 2010. Currently the studio is working on a variety of projects across Europe. Nerma Linsberger’s architecture arises from a careful figure-ground relationship and a real-time analysis of the development of the urban fabrics we live in. As one of the leading offices when it comes to sustainable social housing in Vienna, the studio sees itself as a link between the various levels of the sustainable cycle: from planning to implementation, we rely on renewable materials, efficient processes, and shortened construction times to ultimately enable greater social balance with affordable living space for everyone.
Some of NERMA LINSBERGER ZTGMBH’s most prominent projects include:
- WILLLI Social Housing im Dritten, Vienna, Austria
- M GRUND Social Housing, Vienna, Austria
- Social Housing – Beckmanngasse , Vienna, Austria
- CUUUBE Social Housing, Vienna, Austria
- Wohnen in Florida – Orasteig, Vienna, Austria
The following statistics helped NERMA LINSBERGER ZTGMBH achieve 15th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
LOVE – architecture & urbanism was founded in Graz in 1998 and is being managed by three associates (Mark Jenewein, Herwig Kleinhapl, Bernhard Schönherr). Since its foundation, the team is heavily engaged in developing and realizing intelligent and innovative solutions for architectural and urban concepts.
Some of LOVE architecture and urbanism’s most prominent projects include:
- Villa P, Steiermark, Austria
- CPS – Climate Protection Supermarket, Floßlendstraße, Lend, Graz, Austria
- villa 3s, Schönbrunngasse, Graz, Austria
- Baufeld 10, Dalmannkai, HafenCity, Hamburg, Germany
- Footbridge on the water, Berlin, Germany
The following statistics helped LOVE architecture and urbanism achieve 14th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
13. PPAG architects
PPAG consciously explores different areas, topics and dimensions of architecture. From furniture construction to urban planning, the respective findings are transversely used and developed from one project to another. Despite increasing experience answers are not repeated, but PPAG routinely explore the unknown. Central practice is to reconcile abstract design thinking with the normality of everyday use. The goal: to advance architecture for the general public.
PPAG is committed to research and development in architecture: logic and science, algorithms, mathematics and aleatorics are curiously and playfully driven to the limit, while each element of their own living environment becomes a tool. In the last few years focal points have emerged in residential and educational construction.
Some of PPAG architects’s most prominent projects include:
- Steirereck, Vienna, Austria
- Multy-Storey Car Park by PPAG + Milan Mijalkovic, Skopje, North Macedonia
- Längenfeldgasse Primary and Vocational School, Vienna, Austria
- Kagome, Vienna, Austria
- Twins, Vienna, Austria
The following statistics helped PPAG architects achieve 13th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Architecture means more than just a single building, more than just a room, a house, a project. It is the desires and longings that turn a room into a living space, a building into reality…
… make a need. As architects, we see it as our task not only to recognize these desires and longings, but also to anticipate them. We can only meet our individual standards if we look behind things and see the people and their emotions behind them. For them we create and build, build a tangible future and design moving, vibrant life.
Our architecture and urban development reflects the inside behind an idea, a concept, turns it outwards and turns it into a publicly accessible object of emotion. As a result, the focus is on the architecture, not the architect.
Some of Kleboth und Dollnig’s most prominent projects include:
- Parking Structure Tyrolean Festival, Mühlgraben, Austria
- Pavilion Ziersdorf, Ziersdorf, Austria
- Bauhütte builders’ hut Sternbrauerei, Rainbergstraße, Salzburg, Austria
- House in Vandans, 7, Untere Bündtastraße, Vandans, Austria
- Das Aigner, Ybbsitz, Austria
The following statistics helped Kleboth und Dollnig achieve 12th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
11. X Architekten
X ARCHITEKTEN is a group of committed architects who develop conceptual positions on contemporary architecture in project-related work. As a mathematical variable, the X stands for openness. The X demands the majority: The team with a flat hierarchy replaces the job profile of the architect as a lone fighter. The dynamic of a permanent work process, oscillating between creativity and (self) criticism, creates quality that goes beyond the ability of the individual.
Some of X Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
- Folded Corten House, Ebelsberg, Linz, Austria
- GKK Dental Ambulatory, 2, Stahlstraße, Sankt Peter, Linz, Austria
- Little black dress, Gunskirchen, Austria
- Hole 19 – Golfclub St. Oswald
- Spacestation Inrharting, Gunskirchen, Austria
The following statistics helped X Architekten achieve 11th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Places for people. Engaging, empowering. Delugan Meissl Associated Architects (DMAA) adds value to places through an architecture with clear contours, that intensifies given qualities by new choreographies of space.
The office made a name for cultural projects like the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, the Festspielhaus Erl and eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, as well as for rather unconventional residential buildings. DMAA stands for exploration and emotion, for technical refinement and an informed position, which takes social questions and ecological issues as it’s central concerns. The Vienna-based bureau was founded in 1993 by Elke Delugan-Meissl and Roman Delugan. Since 2004 they have shared the management with Dietmar Feistel and Martin Josst.
Some of Delugan Meissl Associated Architects’s most prominent projects include:
- Taiyuan Botanical Garden, Taiyuan, China
- Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang, Seoul, South Korea
- Offshore Borkum, Reede, NDS, Germany
- Festival Hall of the Tiroler Festspiele Erl, Erl, Austria
- Eye Film Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The following statistics helped Delugan Meissl Associated Architects achieve 10th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
INNOCAD architecture was founded in 1999 by Martin Lesjak and Peter Schwaiger. Since then, the team has completed numerous projects of various sizes and scopes within the fields of architecture and interior design, including residential, office, hospitality, healthcare, mixed-use, educational, public and retail. Internationally renowned for their “out of the box” thinking, their analytical, pragmatic, and unconventional approach seeks to create solutions with purpose and meaning. The focus is primarily on the work‘s quality and relevance, as well as adhering to a responsibility to cultivate a consistent vision — “work with your brain, act from your heart” — with an aim to practice through multiple disciplines.
Some of INNOCAD architecture’s most prominent projects include:
- C&P Corporate Headquarters, Graz, Austria
- ROLLING STONES, Graz, Austria
- Haus Salzkammergut, Gmunden, Austria
- House Of Many Houses, Graz, Austria
- HQ Volksbank South Tyrol, Bolzano, Italy
The following statistics helped INNOCAD architecture achieve 9th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Smartvoll. It is not merely Phillip Buxbaum and Christian Kircher. Smartvoll is a team of unconventional thinkers and visionaries. Our focus lies unequivocally on the architectonic design process. Having the goal in mind, we always pursue new ways and try out diverging pathways to ultimately surprise with new and extraordinary solutions. No thought should be left unthought when you want to turn a vague starting situation into succinct clarity. The creative freedom during the design process is being completed by a structured realism during the realization. Although, what should never be missing, is an unpretentious environment where you can have fun and laugh.
Some of smartvoll’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped smartvoll achieve 8th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Franz&Sue work as a team of five partners and 50 committed staff members from ten different countries. We believe that architecture’s social responsibility does not consist solely of integrating the client’s immediate needs in the project, but should also incorporate requirements of society that, perhaps, are not defined in the commission. In the last years Franz&Sue have won over 40 architectural competitions in the fields of educational, residential and public architecture.
Some of Franz&Sue’s most prominent projects include:
- One for all – New Middle School and Upper Secondary Academic School, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria
- Staying on the ball – Youth academy of FK Austria Wien, Vienna, Austria
- Gold outside, brass inside – Musikverein Zwettl, Zwettl, Austria
- Tyrol’s treasure trove – Collections and Research Centre of the Tyrolean State Museums, Tyrol, Austria
- Building justice – Salzburg courthouse, redesign and extension, Salzburg, Austria
The following statistics helped Franz&Sue achieve 7th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
We are an internationally operating architectural practice with roots in Vorarlberg. We focus our architecture on the respectful use of resources, the development of socially balanced spaces and the appreciation of the cultural and architectural context. Since our founding, we have played a pioneering role in modern timber construction.
Today, the office is managed by Helmut Dietrich, Much Untertrifaller, Dominik Philipp and Patrick Stremler and employs an international team working in Austria, Switzerland, France and Germany. The entire spectrum ranging from large-scale buildings and urban structures through alterations of existing buildings to single-family homes defies specialization, constantly challenges and inspires creativity and an inquiring mind.
Some of Dietrich | Untertrifaller’s most prominent projects include:
- Fire station, Thal, Austria
- House D, Bregenz, Austria
- Bon Lait sports hall Lyon, Lyon, France
- Elementary School Edlach, Dornbirn, Austria
- Unterdorf Elementary School, Höchst, Austria
The following statistics helped Dietrich | Untertrifaller achieve 6th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Brothers Bernhard and Stefan Marte cofounded Marte.Marte Architekten in 1993 in Weiler, a small municipality in the Vorarlberg province of the Rhine Valley. In addition to numerous private buildings, Marte.Marte have also completed an impressive number of prize-winning constructions in the fields of culture, education, infrastructure, and health. Their buildings are characterized by a stringent sense of abstraction, reduction, and an unerring understanding of the respective location.
Some of Marte.Marte Architects’s most prominent projects include:
- Mountain Cabin in Laternser Valley, Laterns, Austria
- Schaufelschlucht Bridge, Dornbirn, Austria
- Griss Equine Veterinary Practice + doctor´s apartment , Rankweil, Austria
- Messe Dornbirn Exhibition and Event Halls 09-12, Dornbirn, Austria
- Maiden Tower, Dafins, Austria
The following statistics helped Marte.Marte Architects achieve 5th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Architect Bernardo Bader founded his architectural office in 2003. The regional bond of architecture and the characteristic relationship between the interiors and the qualities of the immediate environment characterize his work: each project is a unity of nature and culture. Refined and at the same time clear, all details are worked through and perfectly executed in terms of craftsmanship. Today, Bernardo Bader Architekten continues to explore the relationship between Austrian heritage and modern design.
Some of Bernardo Bader Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
- Haus im Feld, Sulz, Austria
- The Islamic Cemetery | Islamischer Friedhof Altach, Altach, Austria
- Pfarrhaus Krumbach, Krumbach, Austria
- Kapelle Salgenreute, Krumbach, Austria
- Metzgerstüble, Vorarlberg, Austria
The following statistics helped Bernardo Bader Architekten achieve 4th place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
COOP HIMMELB(L)AU was founded by Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, and Michael Holzer in Vienna, Austria, in 1968, and is active in architecture, urban planning, design and art.
Some of Coop Himmelb(l)au’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped Coop Himmelb(l)au achieve 3rd place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
AllesWirdGut is a Vienna and Munich-based international architecture firm covering the full range of architectural design. AllesWirdGut was established in 1999 by Andreas Marth, Friedrich Passler, Herwig Spiegl and Christian Waldner. As a general design/construction management firm, AllesWirdGut realizes projects of any scale, from single-family homes to corporate headquarters, from the university to festival premises. AllesWirdGut focuses on program and synergies: complementary and resources-saving functionality. Architecture is not an end in itself; what counts is usability.
Some of AllesWirdGut’s most prominent projects include:
The following statistics helped AllesWirdGut achieve 2nd place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
Our approach is the cornerstone of our architectural practice. Based on the values of authenticity, methodology and poetry, it is this approach that elevates our projects around the world to architectural statements. Our buildings are authentic by virtue of their sensitivity to their local environments and their enduring relevance; they are both responsive to and representative of the settings in which they are located. They are also sustainable in the broadest sense of the term.
Going far beyond energy and environmental issues, our notion of sustainability encompasses cultural, social and aesthetic values. We think in centuries, not just in decades. Our methodology renders the complex process of designing and constructing a building transparent and makes our decision-making processes clear for all to understand.
Some of Baumschlager Eberle Architekten’s most prominent projects include:
- 2226 no cooling, no heating, Lustenau, Austria
- Maison du Savoir, University of Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
- Nordwesthaus, Fussach, Fußach, Austria
- Villa K. concrete lifelike, Switzerland
- Ardeko – office building with LEED Platinum Certification, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
The following statistics helped Baumschlager Eberle Architekten achieve 1st place in the 30 Best Architecture Firms in Austria:
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