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Haas House

Coordinates: 48°12′29″N 16°22′16″E / 48.208°N 16.371°E / 48.208; 16.371
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The Haas House

The Haas House is a building in Vienna, Austria, at the Stock-im-Eisen-Platz.

Designed by the Austrian architect Hans Hollein, it is a building in the postmodernist style and was completed in 1990. The building is located at the site of the former Philipp Haas & Söhne [de] flagship department store dating to 1867, destroyed during World War II and rebuilt in 1953. The use of the Haas-Haus is divided between retail and a restaurant. The building is considered controversial owing to its contrast with the adjacent Stephansdom cathedral.

In December 2014, Uniqa Insurance Group sold the building to the Austrian catering company Do & Co, which now uses it as their headquarters.[1]


  1. ^ "Do & Co kauft Wiener Haas-Haus". DER STANDARD (in Austrian German). Retrieved 17 March 2023.

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48°12′29″N 16°22′16″E / 48.208°N 16.371°E / 48.208; 16.371