Brandolini - Office for Design
GAUSSPLATZ, Vienna, 1996
together with Lindner Architects

A “voliére" over the pedestrian Treustraße makes the square more attractive as a streetball and calcetto area ­ not only for children and young people. Raised flowerbeds of natural stonework and a fountain structure the green areas and delineate the toddler’s playground.
A (tongue-in-cheek) baroque quotation serves as a fountain or winner’s podium for streetball tournaments.

The predominant colours of the plants are green, mauve, white and pink (trees, grass, wisteria, lavender). The square surfaces accessible to pedestrians consist of concrete stone work, water-bound areas and small paving stones. >

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