hospital entrance pavillon SMZ Süd

Vienna 10


The pavilion is the infor­mation center on a hospital campus. In keeping with its function, its free form contrasts with the hospital’s orthogonal system of free-standing buildings. The two-story structure can be entered on ground level from two sides and serves the general public. Round openings in the roof allow daylight into the main part of the building. One large opening in the ceiling above the ground floor directs daylight into the customer zone.

invited competition,
1st prize


Team ARTEC Architekten:
Bettina Götz and Richard Manahl
project management: Ronald Mikolics
Bernadette Krejs, Michael Murauer, Irene Yerro
models: Wolf Deucker, Aniko Horvathova, Fabian Lorenz, Kathrin Schelling
competition: Panajota Panotopoulou

Margherita Spiluttini

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structural engineering: werkraum Ingenieure, Peter Bauer und Peter Resch, Vienna
building services + electricity planning: TB Käferhaus Gmbh, Wieland Moser, Langenzersdorf
construction ecology, building physics, thermal building simulation: Österreichisches Institut für Baubiologie und -Ökologie (IBO), Vienna

start of planning: 2007
start of construction: 2008
completion: 2009

built-up area: 677 m²
gross floor area: 1.221 m²
effective floor area: 1.118 m²
enclosed space: 4.622 m³