Objects - Dead tree alive / Living colors. Field - Burning Hill (by Willy Vienna)
Golden Order of Merit from the state of Vienna
Sculptures & Field designed by Willy Vienna – Dad tree alive / Living colours / Burning Hill
Revised 2nd Edition IRELAND GLENKEEN GARDEN
- Deutscher Gartenbuchpreis GLENKEEN GARDEN
- 2010 – 2013
- IRELAND GLENKEEN GARDEN, garden book with five photographers.
- Bridge project, TRIALTO LIGHT, with Gregor Eichinger.
- Heinz Lindinger BOOK TRANSROMANTICA and EXHIBITION at Galerie Exner.
- 2005 – 2008
- Bridge project, TRIALTO Vienna, with Gregor Eichinger.
- Bridge project, TERMINAL, with Gregor Eichinger.
- 2000 - 2001
- With Wolfgang Weiss (Wiener Festwochen), artistic advisor for the millennium celebrations of the city of Vienna.
- Bridge project, two-story bridge, Marienbrücke in Vienna with Gregor Eichinger.
- Bridge project, roo ng over of Marienbrücke in Vienna with Gregor Eichinger.
- Started garden design GLENKEEN GARDEN Ireland.
- Started selling ROTER ENGEL, REISS BAR, RON CON SODA, FIRST FLOOR
- HONGKONG MEETS VIENNA open-air festival in Vienna, on Franz Josefs-Kai.
Met my Ulli in Ireland.
LIVE MUSIC AWARD; Vienna, Rosenhügel
Start of the garden project IRELAND GLENKEEN GARDEN
SUMMER IN THE CITY open-air festival in Vienna on Franz-Josefs-Kai
- CHRIS BRITZ EXHIBITION VIENNA
RON CON SODA, Cuban style bar in Vienna, designed by Eichinger or Knechtl.
FIRST FLOOR, American style bar in Vienna, designed by Eichinger or Knechtl.
- Konzept Opernball Wien
First Austrian winner of the Honorary Champagne Medal from Comité Interprofesionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC).
Book - MYTHOS BAR. History of bars and bar stories.
VERDE VELTINER, wine with minimal mousseux, similar to Portuguese vinos verdes.
ÖSTERREICHISCHER LUFTFAHRTSBALL (aviation ball), concept and decoration.
- POYS brut (at the same time as Willi Bründlmayer) was Austria’s first sparkling wine from red and white grapes.
- 3rd CHAMPAGNE BALL with Zizi Jeanmaire, decoration by Professor Oberhuber, Heinz Lindinger, Brigitte Kowanz, Ernst Caramelle
REISSANTE, first Austrian frizzante.
- 1987 – 1989
- VIENNA WAITER DERBY
2nd CHAMPAGNE BALL with Juliette Greco, decoration by Mario Terzcic.
Start of FASCHING IM BERMUDADREIECK (carnival celebration)
ROOF BUILT OVER Bermudadreieck
First prize WIENER FREMDENVERKEHRSPREIS (Vienna tourism award).
- 1st CHAMPAGNE BALL, opening of the Vienna ball season at Konzerthaus Vienna (2,200 guests) with Charles Aznavour and decoration by Christian Attersee.
- CAFÉ BILLARD in Vienna
WILDES ZIMMER, „theater of fools“, bar, and exhibition space in Vienna, designed by Coop Himmelblau.
- GALERIE ROTER ENGEL
CARNEVAL IN VENEDIG erste Street Party Wiens.
Admission to the exclusive Cercle Des Amis De La Veuve
- ROTER ENGEL, live music bar in Vienna, designed by Coop Himmelblau, i.e. together with Sepp Fischer (Krah Krah) and Wolfgang Coural (Kaktus), co-founder of the BERMUDADREIECK (nightlife district).
- Christa passed away.
- Co-founder of the monthly magazine WIENER with Gert Winkler and Günter Lebisch.
- REISS Bar Vienna, first champagne bar in the world, designed by Coop Himmelblau.
- First collaboration with Coop Himmelblau on trade show stand of Cincinnati Milacron at K 75 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
- Birth of my daughter Carina-Maria
- Married Christa.
- Birth of my son Clemens
- 1966 -1980
Ogilvy & Mather (advertising agency)
Sieber (advertising agency)
Satke & Beer (advertising agency)
Satke & Partner (innovation consulting)
Masterfood (Group Product Manager Confectionary).
Cincinnati Milacron (injection molding and extrusion, Director of Sales and Marketing)
- First Pop Art shop TROEDELTREPPE in Vienna with Gerhard Ita, designed by Heinz Neumann.
1943 – 1966
I was born in Vienna in 1943. I liked playing in bomb craters, as the photo shows. I grew up in Vienna’s second district, Leopoldstadt, which was then the Russian Zone. Like Berlin, Vienna was occupied and divided into four zones.
After completing secondary school, I took a stab at studying law, as my parents had wanted. After two semesters and the first state exam, I gave up. In 1962 I headed off to swinging London (Stones, Stones, Stones and a bit of the Beatles). There I studied English and attended the London Fashion Design School. André Courrèges was in his heyday. In 1964 I returned to Vienna, where I attended the fashion class of Gertrude Höchsmann at the Academy of Applied Arts. After three semesters, I switched to the Vienna University of Economics and Business to study advertising and marketing. The years of my education ended then. I was off and running- learning by doing.