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cukrowicz nachbaur

F HOUSE . Dornbirn

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cukrowicz nachbaur architekten . photos: © Adolf Bereuter

The site is characterised by its location in between a residential area with a heterogeneous structure, density and height and wide open reed lands north of the perimeter. The design of the new residential house responds to the surrounding buildings with a precise primarily single-storey volume. While an inner courtyard creates a more private and protected zone, a big sliding gate offers either total introversion or a view of the surrounding landscape. The superimposed northwest volume which contains an office space with an adjoining roof terrace creates a partially two-storey structure. The building´s constructions as well as all interior and exterior surfaces are designed to be made from untreated local timber. Continue reading cukrowicz nachbaur

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Cukrowicz Nachbaur

W HOUSE . Bezau

Cukrowicz Nachbaur . W HOUSE . Bezau  (1)

Cukrowicz Nachbaur architekten . photos: © Hanspeter Schiess

The design of the new residential house responds to the heterogeneous surrounding with a compact two-storey volume. The horizontal structure of the facades and the slope of the roof is corresponding to the rural building tradition of the region. The building´s construction as well as all interior and exterior surfaces are designed to be made from untreated local timber. A one-storey secundary structure defines privacy by a courtyard-like situation. Continue reading Cukrowicz Nachbaur

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cukrowicz.nachbaur . Bechter Zaffignani

Congress and Messe . Innsbruck

cukrowicz.nachbaur architekten . Bechter Zaffignani Architekten . photos: © Hanspeter Schiess

The concept, which emerged from a joint competition entry by the architecture offices of Cukrowicz.Nachbaur and Bechter.Zaffignani, envisages an overall reorganisation of the Messe Innsbruck (exhibition and trade fair centre). The existing hall, which is a listed building, is positioned as a new focal point and centre of the Messe. This hall is both a historical point of reference for the new Messe and a source of identity. A clear urban design approach to the existing buildings and the surroundings aims at sustainably anchoring the location of the Messe Innsbruck in this area of the city.
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