With its 100,817 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2019), Klagenfurt is the largest city in Carinthia and at the same time the state capital. With an area of around 120km² it occupies the entire eastern shore of Lake Wörthersee. Unfortunately the connection of Klagenfurt to other provincial capitals is bad, which the construction of the Koralm tunnel is supposed to change. The train connection from Graz to Klagenfurt will be shortened from three hours to 45 minutes by the Koralm tunnel. This connection will significantly simplify the cooperation between the universities of the provincial capitals.
As "Movement and Sport" will be offered at the Alpen-Adria University in cooperation with the Pedagogical University and the University of Graz from the winter semester 2019/20, the University will have to offer sports facilities for its future students that were previously not necessary.
The proximity of the Alpen-Adria-Universität to the Lendkanal, which flows into Lake Wörthersee, makes an ensemble of buildings with the necessary functions - boat storage hall, workshop, seminar rooms, canteen - ideal for the current location of the Europagarten. This centre is to blend into its surroundings and become a connecting point between the two banks and their uses.
02.10.2019, 8.30 am, HS I
02.10.2019, 11.00 am
Prof. Degros HS V (AT01012)
Bagaric Besprechungszimmer (AT02082)
Francois Vermer, LOCI Bruxelles
Carole Schmit, University of Luxembourg Belval