Nussmüller Architekten have been active in various constellations for over 30 years. Inge and Werner met at Graz University of Technology and earned degrees there with honors. After graduation, Inge worked in an architectural firm and Werner at the university. In 1979, a research grant took the two architects to the Netherlands for a one-year sojourn.
After Gruppe 3 disbanded in 1995, intensive collaboration between Werner and Inge began in 1996. A densely packed period followed, with outstanding architectural structures like Sun City Leoben, the Wildon and Karl-Morre schools, the Bautechnikzentrum at the University of Graz, the remediation of the Piber Federal Stud, along with the design and realization of three provincial exhibitions. This was followed, in 2002, by the founding of ZT GmbH. In the fall of 2008, the Mayr-Melnhof company headquarters were completed, and in 2013, the last group of around 400 apartments at Hirtenkloster in Graz.
Stefan began studying architecture in Innsbruck and then, after a two-year stay in the Netherlands, returned to Graz in 2004, with the goal of playing a part in the multifaceted architectural practice of his parents and Nikolaus Schuster, their friend and longtime partner.
We now look back on around 160 built projects with pride, and we wish we could show more of them here. We approach each and every task with openness and without preconceptions. It is not always easy to open up dialogue and still get to the point. Our architecture is always informed by dialogue that is related to the task and the ensuing custom-tailored solution. In this way, we are consistently able to present a well-considered, mature idea that is uniquely linked to the site and its inhabitants.

Year 2015
EditorsNussmüller Architekten ZT GmbH, Graz
PrintREMAprint Litteradruck
Format21 x 29,7 cm
160 pages
Type Design, Publication
MVD Madlyn Miessgang, Mareile Tritthart, Michael Rieper