Vier­eck

A name that stands for tim­e­l­ess archi­tec­tu­re.
We are inde­ed cal­led that way — Vier­eck: [squa­re], but we also think in all other forms.
Sin­ce deca­des.

What Ewald Vier­eck star­ted in 1984, is today suc­cessful­ly mana­ged by Mar­leen and Bern­hard Vier­eck.
Both of them inhe­ri­ted the Archi- gene from their father and, tog­e­ther with a team of expe­ri­en­ced archi­tects we  deli­ver pro­jects ran­ging from Archi­tec­tu­re & Inte­ri­or Design to con­s­truc­tion and pro­ject manage­ment, to buil­ding phy­sics and acou­stics. A one-stop solu­ti­on for our cli­ents.
We crea­te tim­e­l­ess, sophisti­ca­ted archi­tec­tu­ral space, in Aus­tria.
And any­whe­re else in the world.

The inter­ac­tion bet­ween the two offices in Kind­berg & Graz allows for a visi­on of urban and rural buil­dings and leads to new, bold ide­as with a con­stant focus on func­tion­a­li­ty and bud­get.

Vier­eck

A name that stands for tim­e­l­ess archi­tec­tu­re.
We are inde­ed cal­led that way — Vier­eck: [squa­re], but we also think in all other forms.
Sin­ce deca­des.

What Ewald Vier­eck star­ted in 1984, is today suc­cessful­ly mana­ged by Mar­leen and Bern­hard Vier­eck.
Both of them inhe­ri­ted the Archi- gene from their father and, tog­e­ther with a team of expe­ri­en­ced archi­tects we  deli­ver pro­jects ran­ging from Archi­tec­tu­re & Inte­ri­or Design to con­s­truc­tion and pro­ject manage­ment, to buil­ding phy­sics and acou­stics. A one-stop solu­ti­on for our cli­ents.
We crea­te tim­e­l­ess, sophisti­ca­ted archi­tec­tu­ral space, in Aus­tria.
And any­whe­re else in the world.

The inter­ac­tion bet­ween the two offices in Kind­berg & Graz allows for a visi­on of urban and rural buil­dings and leads to new, bold ide­as with a con­stant focus on func­tion­a­li­ty and bud­get.

„The intellec­tu­al gene­ro­si­ty that we live by every day, allows our team to access all capa­bi­li­ties and incor­po­ra­te new inno­va­tions.“

Our cli­ents include cor­po­ra­ti­ons, small and medi­um-sized busi­nesses as well as pri­va­te and public- sec­tor cli­ents. The pro­jects spec­trum ran­ges from Hotels & Resorts, Restau­rants, Office buil­dings, Pri­va­te homes, Resi­den­ti­al buil­dings, and refur­bish­ments to Bank bran­ches, Car dea­ler­ships, Super­mar­kets and Medi­cal cli­nics.

„Our pro­jects are desi­gned to com­mu­ni­ca­te a way of buil­ding how we under­stand it — as a pro­cess that brings the client’s demands with spa­ti­al, pre­sent and social envi­ron­ment into con­text. Qua­li­ty, func­tion­a­li­ty and cost-effec­ti­ve­ness are just as important as an artis­tic and indi­vi­du­al approach, gene­ro­si­ty and vast­ness in thought- and real space, as well as trans­pa­ren­cy and cla­ri­ty in appearance and usa­bi­li­ty.“

Mar­leen

Vier­eck has some­thing in the genes, which you might not suspect at first glan­ce. She sales into the wind. Domi­na­tes the rough sea. Seeks inspi­ra­ti­on in the vast­ness of the north. And inhe­ri­ted the Vier­eck-Archi-Gene. Infec­ted with it 30 years ago by her father and to this today remains tho­rough­ly infec­ted. And when fema­le intui­ti­on meets hard mate­ri­als, objects with a spe­cial soul are crea­ted. Award-win­ning and expe­ri­en­ced, tog­e­ther with her bor­t­her Bern­hard she mana­ges two offices and has rea­li­zed many pres­ti­gious pro­jects with her team.

Bern­hard

Vier­eck has been drawn out into the world, becau­se urban plan­ning and the metro­po­li­ses, espe­ci­al­ly of Asia inspi­red him. After spen­ding 8 years in total, 4 of it in one of the lar­gest archi­tec­tu­re firms in the world, AEDAS, he brings his expe­ri­ence and meti­cu­lous atten­ti­on to detail into a style adapt­ed to Euro­pean dimen­si­ons. When the affi­ni­ty to design meets home roots, a new page is crea­ted at Vier­eck archi­tects.

Ewald

Vier­eck drew his first archi­tec­tu­ral sket­ches over 40 years ago. On paper, sket­ched by hand, models made. In the pre­sent day, he mas­ters both tech­no­lo­gy and craft­sman­ship. He is like that. Detail-obses­sed, you could call it con­sis­tent. Cha­rac­te­ri­zed by the visi­on to make the impos­si­ble pos­si­ble, he pur­sues ever­y­thing, but abo­ve all hims­elf. Per­se­ve­ring, crea­ti­ve and elo­quent. The­se are the ide­as that still come from his hand and endu­re today.

Bea­trix Hol­zer

Office Manage­ment | Kind­berg

DI Karin Schus­ter

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Archi­tec­tu­re

Kers­tin Ochens­ber­ger

Pro­ject Manage­ment
Archi­tec­tu­re & Inte­ri­or Design

DI Anne­ma­rie Scheidl

Archi­tec­tu­re

DI Tan­ja Wein­zettl

Archi­tec­tu­re & Inte­ri­or Design

DI Mar­ti­na Hal­ler

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Inte­ri­or Design
Mate­r­ni­ty Lea­ve

App­ly now!

DI Dada Höll­rigl

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Archi­tec­tu­re

DI Ger­not Kraut

Archi­tec­tu­re

The­re­sa Win­ter

Office Kind­berg

DI Hubert Hebes­ber­ger

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Archi­tec­tu­re

DI Urska Beber

Archi­tec­tu­re

Mag.Art Ange­li­na Bos­ko­vic

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Inte­ri­or Design
Col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with The Detail Stu­dio

Jakob Stiegler

Assistant | Archi­tec­tu­re

Dipl. Diz. Tiha­na Hajd­in­jak-Novak

Inte­ri­or Design

Danie­la Schelch, MSc

Inte­ri­or Design

Juli­an Radl, BSc

Assistant | Archi­tec­tu­re

Oscar

The dog

DI Mar­tin Diet­rich

Archi­tec­tu­re

Fabi­an Rieg­ler

Assistant | Archi­tec­tu­re

DI Nico­le Eggen­reich

Archi­tec­tu­re

Mag. Nico­le Har­rer-Leit­old

Office Manage­ment | Graz

Pia Deich­sel, BA

Inte­ri­or Design
Mate­r­ni­ty Lea­ve

DI Paul Mun­te­anu

Archi­tec­tu­re

DI Ste­fan Auer

Archi­tec­tu­re

Kim Mey­er­hoff , BSc

Assistant | Archi­tec­tu­re

Lili­an Yous­sef, BSc

Assistant | Archi­tec­tu­re

Ing. Bern­hard Kalb­schedl

Ten­der docu­men­ta­ti­on | Site super­vi­si­on

DI Regi­na Holz­leit­h­ner

Pro­ject Manage­ment | Inte­ri­or Design

Katha­ri­na Wink­ler

Archi­tec­tu­re

Julia Zarfl

Office Assis­tance Graz & Mar­ke­ting

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