Doppelmayr Büro Hohe Brücke
© Hertha Hurnaus
AllesWirdGut is an international architectural office headquartered in Vienna
with a second office in Munich. Founded 1999 by Andreas Marth, Friedrich Passler,
Herwig Spiegl und Christian Waldner, the office currently has about 65 employees.
AllesWirdGut typically start from an analysis of the specifics of site and architectural
task. The projects we then develop are informed by one common interest: making
the most of the available means. Good architecture is not about costing more – it’s
about doing more!
AllesWirdGut have already realized more than 60 projects. Their best known projects
include the “House of Life,” a subsidized housing project in the Seestadt Aspern
development area; the Center of Technology and Design in St. Pölten, Lower
Austria; the district administrative building Niederösterreich House in Krems, Lower
Austria, Austria’s largest passive-house office building; the vocational college
building in Embelgasse, Vienna; the outdoor opera festival premises at the former
Roman quarry in St. Margarethen, Burgenland; the Civil Defense Center in Innichen/
San Candido, Italy; the Maria-Theresien-Straße pedestrian area in Innsbruck, Tyrol;
and the much-noted social project magdas Hotel in Vienna.
Currently, there are residential, office and educational building projects in planning or
under construction with a total gross floor area of 350,000 sq. m., including approximately 2,000 residential units and providing jobs for 2,400 people in Austria,
Slovakia, Germany, and Luxembourg. Among them are the new headquarter of the
Funke Media Group in Essen, Germany, the head office of ropeway manufacturer
Doppelmayer in Wolfurt, Austria, a school campus in Hamburg, the district administration office of Erlangen, Germany, as wells as several residential projects in Austria, Germany, and Luxembourg.
The work of AllesWirdGut already received numerous awards and accolades, most
recently the Austrian State Prize for Architecture and Sustainability, the State Prize
for Design, and the Prix Luxembourgeois d’Architecture.
For more information please go to awg.at, follow us on facebook/AllesWirdGut.Architektur or send an email to [email protected]