- Structural Engineering
Mader + Flatz Baustatik ZT GmbH, Bregenz
Replacing the dilapidated farmhouse in this exposed location is a spacious, modern family home. Horizontal calming lines, in combination with the reduced height of the building accentuate the deign language of this property.
»I do not use chemical wood protection. The roof overhang provides sufficient constructive protection.«
Univ.-Prof. Arch. DI Hermann Kaufmann
With exception to the mountain-side basement rooms, everything is designed in timber with all visible timber in native fir. Both the ceiling and the roof are constructed with partially cantilevered hollow box elements, which protect the facades and windows.
The generous glazing is the reaction to the wonderful location with a great view of the surrounding Bregenzerwald. Particular attention was paid to differentiated outdoor spaces. Generous covered areas offer a variety of accommodation options in this unique location.
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