Campus ´25, Linz
2nd prize in an invited, single-phase realization competition
ATP Innsbruck was one of 24 architectural offices from Austria and Germany to take part in the competition for the planned construction of the new RLB headquarters in Linz. And the design by the team led by the architect Paul Ohnmacht, Head of Design in Innsbruck, was awarded second prize.
In ATP’s design, the headquarters of the bank presents itself as a prestigious place of meeting and communication. As the link between the previous headquarters, a generous park and the adjacent urban fabric, the building acts as the gleaming new focal point of the RLB Campus.
A place of communication
All public areas such as the reception, information area, restaurants and shops can be found on the ground floor. The imposing, 12-meter-high glazed foyer ensures an elegant and inviting atmosphere. A sculptural, sweeping, circular stair crosses the light-filled atrium to reach the working areas on the upper floors.
In order to do justice to the individual needs of employees, the office floors contain normal desks alongside activity-based working areas (ABW) and open meeting points. In line with modern concepts for working environments this approach strengthens mutual appreciation and cooperation within the company.
The top floor contains space for the senior management and a generous roof terrace with a view over the previous headquarters.
Competition team: Christoph M. Achammer, Robert Kelca, D+R Innsbruck, Stefan Demetz, Klaus Gebhart, ATP sustain