Modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria

 

 

UNO City, Vienna

Along with New York, Geneva and Nairobi, Vienna is one of the four Headquarters duty stations of the United Nations. The buildings that make up the UN Complex are actually called the Vienna International Centre, but locals have dubbed the area UNO-City. Built between 1973-1979 to plans by J. Staber

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Reflections - modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Modern architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Modern built cubic church in front of UNO-City buildings, Vienna, Austria
 Interior of Cubic Church by Heinz Tesar, UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Interior of Cubic Church by Heinz Tesar, UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 UNO-City church, Vienna, Austria
 Stations of the Cross inside the Cubic Church, UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Interior of Cubic Church by Heinz Tesar, UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Interior of UNO-City church built by Heinz Tesar, UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 House construction at UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Danube Tower (Donauturm) - architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria
 Modern architecture of the UNO-City in Vienna, Austria
 Modern architecture of the UNO-City in Vienna, Austria
 Austria Center and the Danube Tower (Donauturm) in UNO City, Vienna, Austria
 Danube Tower (Donauturm) - architecture of the UNO-City, Vienna, Austria

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