A Guide to the Maria Aubock Architectural Collection, 1980-2006 Aubock, Maria Architectural Collection Ms1996-007

A Guide to the Maria Aubock Architectural Collection, 1980-2006

A Collection in
Special Collections
Collection Number Ms1996-007


Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Processed by: Harvey Clark, Special Collections Staff

Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.
Collection Number
The Maria Aubock Architectural Collection 1980-2006
Physical Characteristics
1 box, 0.21 cu. ft.
German English
The collection contains work by Austrian architect Maria Aubock and includes an exhibition catalog, fliers, speaking notes from a conference, a magazine with an article by Aubock, and a competition catalog with an intro by Aubock. Also included are 2 color publications, three folded color brochures, and one smaller catalog.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from the Maria Aubock Architectural Collection must be obtained from Special Collections, Virginia Tech.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: The Maria Aubock Architectural Papers, Ms1996-007 - Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Acquisition Information

The Maria Aubock Architectural Papers were donated to Special Collections beginning in 1996. The collection was obtained in multiple accessions.

Biographical Information

Maria Aubock was born in 1951 and is a landscape architect in Vienna, Austria. Since 1985 she has been a member of the Austrian Society of Landscape Architects. In 1999, she was appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany and has been involved with Akademiestrasse 2 and D-80799 Munich. Her office is located in Vienna.

Scope and Content

The collection contains 7 folders in 1box with biographical information, curriculum vitae, color printouts/photocopies, black and white copies, publications, articles, sketches and descriptions of several of her designs in a ring bound volume, original drawings for the Mozart Pavilion, Vienna, 2005 exhibition catalog for Gradual Landscapes, fliers from the 2006 conference titled GROW!, 1 magazine volume that contains a short article by Aubock, and a 2005 competition catalog with an introduction by Aubock.


The collection is arranged by subject matter.

Contents List

Box-folder 1:1
Box-folder 1:2
Biographical Materials
Box-folder 1:3
Gartenlust and Wasserspiel
Box-folder 1:4
Landschaft Architektur Design: Aubock and Karasz
Box-folder 1:5
Photocopy of printed information on "Capital Game," 1990
Box-folder 1:6
Copies of original drawings for Mozart Pavilion, Vienna, 1990
Box-folder 1:7
Gradual Landscapes-Open Spaces, Grow! 2006 fliers, Historiche Garten: "dide wieder sprechen," and Women in Bayern