OeAD-Wohnraumverwaltungs-GmbH Leoben manages the building with 139 residential units. The successful architecture of the passive building, partially built in wood construction, was designed by AAP.Architekten in Vienna. The around 200 residents are mainly students, some of whom have travelled from far and wide, from China, Mexico or Australia, for example. It also provides an attractive place to stay for visiting scientists. The fluctuation is correspondingly high. The risk of losing keys is also not so low. "We were looking for a system that can meet these high demands", explains Stefanie Sorgmann, who runs the residential complex. The perfect technology was found in the form of the blueSmart electronic access management from Winkhaus.
The electronic blueSmart cylinders can be operated in a similar way to conventional mechanical reversible key systems. The handling is easy, even for people with poor eyesight, as the easy-grip key inserts easily and comfortably into the large cylinder opening.