During an architecture field trip to Austria, we visited the city of Graz.

The extravagant steel construction was built by the American artist Vito Acconci.

Known as : The Island in the Mur, Graz has been nominated as the capital of Culture in 2003. During the trip to Graz, we were studying architectonic elements such as the connection between the river and the city that shows the impact of architecture on city implementations. The Mur island flows from both sides and the experience from within gives you a floating experience.

 

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Photo courtesy: Eat the World, Pinterest

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City of Graz

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During an architecture field trip to Austria, we visited the city of Graz. The extravagant steel construction was built by the American artist Vito Acconci. Known as : The Island in the Mur, Graz has been nominated as the capital of Culture in 2003. During the trip to Graz, we were...