“Fallen over” wine tower passes the design advisory board


Instead of 75 meters in height, it’s now more in width: The follow-up project to the planned Weinturm high-rise building near the Mühlkreis railway station has now been given the go-ahead by the Linz design advisory board. Instead of 24, there will now only be eight floors.

The planned building in a prominent location will be used in different ways – with offices, retail space and apartments. At the top of the roof there will be a playground and a park-like green area to linger. Somehow the whole thing now looks as if the originally planned wine tower had simply fallen over. All in all, a very cute project, right?

Renderings: Kleboth/Dollnig / arinco planungs + consulting GmbH

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