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Posted On June 7, 2015By Anna Rose AbleidingerIn Insiders' Tip, Neigbourhood News

Sharing is the new owning

One person’s trash is another one’s treasure With time one accumulates an incredible amount of things at home that are not really needed. We are talking about things that have not been used in the last two years and things to which there is no emotional tie. Things like the board game that seemed to be so fun but actually was not or the book that has no more surprise to offer after having read it once. A pity to throw away but also a pity to clutter up theRead More

Posted On June 7, 2015By Miriam TsekasIn Architecture

An architectural evening stroll

Nine architects and seven buildings – an architectural trip through the seventh district begins. Johann Nepumuk Adametz Our trip begins in Bernardgasse. Back in the year 1851 Johann Nepumuk Adametz adapted the residential building number 2 which was erected in 1817. During this time the population of Vienna was growing substantially which can be noticed in the building design and adaptations. Many similar houses were raised to create more living space. Gustav Orglmeister and Franz Kupka We now turn round the corner and stand in front of the entrance toRead More