Open main menu
Zentralsparkassenfiliale Favoritenstrasse
'Steinhaus' at Lake Ossiach
FunderMax Werk II (built in 1987)

Günther Domenig (6 July 1934 – 15 June 2012) was an Austrian architect.[1]

Domenig was born in Klagenfurt, and studied architecture at the Graz University of Technology (1953–1959). After working as an architectural assistant, he set up in practice with Eilfried Huth (1963–1973), producing buildings in a brutalist vein. Domenig's first internationally acclaimed completed work was the Z-bank in Vienna, which signalled a much more expressionistic, counter-modernist aesthetic.

In addition to his practice, Domenig became a professor at the Graz University of Technology in 1980. He died at the age of 77 in Graz.[citation needed]

Main worksEdit

  • 1963–68 Pedagogic Academy, Graz (with Eilfried Huth)
  • 1965–69 Parish centre, Oberwart (with Eilfried Huth)
  • 1973–77 Multi-purpose school hall, Graz
  • 1974–79 Zentralsparkasse bank, Vienna
  • 1980– Steinhaus, Steindorf
  • 1987 Funder Factory (Funder Werk II), St Veit
  • 1993–96 RESOWI-Zentrum (university building), Karl Franzens Universität, Graz
  • 1998 Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Nuremberg
  • 2004 T-Center (headquarters building), Vienna (with Hermann Eisenköck, Herfried Peyker)

Decorations and awardsEdit


  1. ^ "Architekt Günther Domenig verstorben". Retrieved 2012-06-16.
  2. ^ "Reply to a parliamentary question" (pdf) (in German). p. 1595. Retrieved 30 December 2012.

External linksEdit