Austrian architect Herbert Kastinger studied in Wien (Vienna). He died young from a cerebral hemorrhage, but in his short career worked exclusively with his colleague [Hermann Stiegholzer]. Together they built the first Labour Office in Wien after the Dessau model of [Walter Gropius], but Kastinger also worked in industrial and residential construction. Their construction of the Vienna Race Courses won the bronze medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games in the category Architectural Designs.
Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs