The unique location and the singular architecture of the late Art Nouveau style are complemented by a third characteristic: an uncompromisingly user-oriented design.
This historic building welcomes its new tenants with high-end
features in light-flooded, up to 3.20 m high workspaces of the Fin de siècle.
It offers first-class working conditions for 'Urban Professionals' who seek the
extraordinary, with a pioneering ecological operational concept.
By the way: The Viennese Fleischmarkt is one of the oldest streets in Vienna and has a very turbulent history. The historic buildings were, among other things, places of stay for notable personalities such as the Italian violinist and composer Niccolò Paganini, the painter Moritz von Schwind, the poet Heinrich Joseph von Collin, or the court chapel master Johann Joseph Fux.