#dk_green#gaberhöhe gamlitz

A plastered solid base of brickwork supports the attic, which is clad in wooden slats. The “Labn” (Styrian for vestibule) on the access side is designed as a covered area that provides access to the upper floors via a staircase. Each residential unit has at least one balcony or a garden with terrace. House trees serve as plant air-conditioning. The 23 parking lots for cars and 20 bicycle parking lots, as well as all access roads, are designed to be open to seepage. The high-quality architectural project comprises three apartment buildings with a total of 18 one- and two-bedroom flats. The building typology is based on traditional regional building forms.

The interior concep, provides for a modern interpretation of grandmother’s good room: There are wood-burning cookers and table cookers that radiate cosy warmth, high-quality wooden floors and durable ceramic tiles. Natural building materials that pass through the hands of competent professionals from the surrounding area ensure a healthy and cosy living atmosphere.

site plan

ground floor

elevation gable, section


location: Gamlitz, Südsteiermark
construction year: in Planung, start of construction 2023
client: GABHÖ Immo GmbH
usable area: 960 m2
design team: Lukas Göbl, Alexander Enz, Miljan Stojkovic
interior design: MNA ZT KG Manfred Gräber, Miyako Nairz
projekt management: Lukas Göbl, Miljan Stojkovic

renderings: bokeh designstudio

#purple#haus der volksgruppen burgenland

Based on the feasibility and concept study by Miyako Nairz Architects and Bau&Architektur commissioned and implemented by Landesimmobilien Burgenland, the general planner was determined in a 2-stage, Europe-wide bidding process. Our bidding consortium ARGE Generalplanung HVB, consisting of goebl architecture, Miyako Nairz Architects MNA ZT KG, Bau und Architektur with the TGA planners Lechner + Partner was awarded the contract as the best bidder. The “Haus der Volksgruppen” is a symbol of commonality in Burgenland and a landmark project for the region: event hall, seminar rooms, gastronomy and living facilities will be combined in a multifunctional complex.

location: Oberwart
construction year: in planning phase, start of construction 2023
client: Landesimmobilien Burgenland (LIB)
usable area: ca. 5500 m2
design team: Manfred Gräber, Miyako Nairz, Lukas Göbl, Alexander Enz
project management: Manfred Gräber, Jürgen Schweighofer

renderings: Kubiron

intergenerational living

Centered between the main train station and St. Pölten University Hospital, a new residential complex in development by the BWS company has 99 apartments, the regional branch of a social welfare institution, and a day-care center. The entire facility is organized to facilitate intergenerational living, with a broad range of different apartment types and — distributed throughout all floors — a variety of communal and open spaces with excellent spatial qualities and communicative character. The ground floor, with apartments facing the courtyard and garden, also includes a shared living flat for senior citizens, office spaces, a social welfare academy, and a daycare in the interior courtyard.
The size and positioning of the windows, together with curved overhangs, creates a visually striking appearance. This characteristic appearance is enhanced by private outdoor spaces situated on alternating floors that result in an interplay of loggias, balconies, and terraces.



Site Plan

First Floor


Elevation from South

Elevation from North

Location: St. Pölten (Lower Austria)
Year: Draft, Start of construction 2019
Client: BWS
Use Area: 7.903 m2
Team: Lukas Göbl, Fritz Göbl, Alexander Enz, Todor Atanasov
Project Management: Jürgen Schweighofer

Renderings: Schreiner Kastler