brief description: social housing / prototype // space sharing aspects: new typology / hybrid multifunctional spaces / switchable floor plan / multiincident shell
location: Bad Waltersorf, Styria, Austria architecture: SPLITTERWERK project-team: Mark Blaschitz, Hannes Freiszmuth, Edith Hemmrich, Josef Roschitz
Multiincident Shells are switchable structures that are enriched with events
The program of daily life – kitchen niche, sleeping cove, bathing niche, etc. – is then integrated into the space in between. The new interior envelope is conceived as a continuously active media surface – Projections, enlarged picture screens or TV – that makes the spatial divisions into virtual phenomena. A 1:1 model apartment was built and tested by SPLITTERWERK in the spring of 2000 for the exhibition Fuß in der Tür in the Künstlerhaus Vienna.
VerfasserIn: Ina Westheiden // Bilder & Text: SPLITTERWERK