Stadt:Labor – Architekten

is one of the leading planning and consulting offices for architectural projects and local developments in the German-speaking Alpine region and accompanies projects from conception and planning to implementation and completion. Together with our customers we find the simple solution for complex tasks.

Selection of our customers

Amt Natur und Landschaft, ARZ – Allgemeines Rechenzentrum, ASFINAG, BDA- Bundesdenkmalamt Tirol, Berlage Institut, Bozen, Braunau a.I., Brixen, CC Wien Invest GmbH, Dorferneuerung, EOS – Export Organisation Südtirol, Hotel Sport Alm, IIG, Innsbruck, Kartitsch, Klausen, Landesbaudirektion – Hochbau, Lienz, Mönichkirchen, Nordtirol, Schloss Lindach, Schultz Gruppe, Steinwanderhof, Swarovski, Tiroler Landesmuseen, Toblach, Universität Innsbruck, Universität Venedig, Veidlerhof, Villach, Widum Antholz.

Selected projects

Team

Stadt:Labor Architekten is currently led by the architect and art historian Barbara Lanz and the architect and urban planner Martin Mutschlechner with four employees and is integrated into a dynamic, interdisciplinary network of project partners.

After graduating, Barbara Lanz worked for various restorers in South and North Tyrol and still works closely with the monument protection offices of both countries.

Martin Mutschlechner initially worked in several offices in Austria and Italy. After his postgraduate master’s degree at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam – where he worked with architects such as Rem Koolhaas, Winy Maas and Wiel Arets – he founded the office Stadt:Labor – Architekten together with Barbara Lanz.

Barbara Lanz

Geschäftsführung

Martin Mutschlechner

Geschäftsführung

Alexa Baumgartner

Ortsentwicklung

Mathias Lukasser

Mathias Lukasser

Planung

Employees and partners

Angelika Wurz, Arman Akdogan, Carmen Wurz, Christian Rapp, Gerhard Schmölzer, Gilbert Sommer, Julian Mahlknecht, Jürgen Zankovitsch, Karl Schug, Lukas Mähr, Maria Ehrich, Melanie Hammerschmidt, Michela Morresi, Radek Hala, Stephanie Fabich, Wolfgang Meraner