NEW CONSTRUCTION OF AN APARTMENT COMPLEX IN THE ALPS
- Exterior Architecture
- Interior Architecture
apartment hotel / mountain region / place of retreat / interpreting the mountain skyline, canyon and peaks / natural wood and glass
A finished concrete shell of an apartment complex in a prime location with stunning views of the Dachstein massif was the starting point for this 24-room apartment complex.
The building is divided into two parallel sections and access to the apartments are provided by staircases that bisect each parallel section. The staircases form narrow gorges with overhanging walls. The resulting shape echoes the peaks and valleys of the surrounding landscape.
The different ground floor configurations, from the apartments at ground level to the maisonettes with roof terraces, are wrapped in a peripheral larch wood façade. The building’s exterior shell is both interesting and natural with the addition of perforated window shutters. The apartments have large glass windows and balconies that also connect the spaces directly to the adjacent landscape.
- project name: ALPENROCK
- function: Hospitality, Residential
- location: Rohrmoos |AUSTRIA
- Alpenrock Bauträger GmbH
- floor space: 2.000 m²
- number of floors: 3
- number of units: 25
- construction start: 07 / 2013
- completion: 05 / 2014
- construction cost: EUR 4,7 Mio
- project team:
Jörg Kindermann, Kim Lam, Martin Lesjak, Peter Schwaiger