At the location of the disused railway station in Egg, a service centre has been created to encourage people to engage with the regional, highly skilled, handcrafts.
It is a natural timber-clad building with a central multi-functional entrance hall, flexible offices and an energy concept that includes a ventilation system and a biomass heating, all integrated into the built environment.
Buildings of this kind are built with multiple economic restraints. The fact that it was possible to develop a project that matches high architectural principles, as well as the requirements of the special location, is due to the accommodating and open nature of the client. This applies in particular to the materialisation of the building, which is in untreated timber and therefore represents the ‘Baukultur’ of the Bregenzewald.
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