This apartment house is a new construction project on a high plateau in Vorarlberg.
Due to the terraced layout of the construction, each apartment has a sunny outdoor area with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain landscape.
The building’s wooden facade contrasts with its simple form and generous glass elements. The combination of glass, wood and a green roof shows the relationship with nature and blends the domicile into its surroundings.
The property contains six apartments with a living area of approximately 90 to 150 square meters, each with open living-dining-kitchen areas. Each apartment has plenty of daylight thanks to generous glazing.
A concept with three interior styles was developed, which are called Bregenz, Manhattan and Milan. In order to meet a range of individual tastes, the styles are fundamentally different from each other.
Each of the three cities provide a basis that can be further developed according to the wishes of the future owners and thus gain additional character and personality.
The interior design Bregenz creates a traditional-modern atmosphere. Brushed chrome fittings, concrete-look tiles and natural oak flooring emphasize the style. Textiles and furniture pieces in rich dark green set colorful accents and give the interior a primordial touch. The combination of materials results in a clean design that looks both very natural and exceedingly modern.
Manhattan describes a minimalist, industrial style, with clearly defined lines. The industrial component can be seen in various elements such as the black fittings, tiles in steel and concrete look, and partitions in classic industrial design made of glass and black steel. Combined with dark gray oiled oak floors and textile highlights in blue gray, the style result is an atmospheric interior. The overall color concept is slightly darker, giving it an elegant and timeless character.
The interior concept Milan is minimalist in origin and presents itself in a very natural way. The overall look is characterized by light colors that create a carefree atmosphere: white fixtures interacting with white oiled oak floors and tiles in conglomerate and terrazzo look. Milan’s highlight color, an organic reddish brown, is echoed in the textiles and purposefully used wooden elements. It integrates effortlessly into the minimalist design, while also adding warmth. The colors and materials used create a refined and at the same time romantic Italian interior that invites to come home and feel well.
Dipl. Ing.In Anna Aschberger, BSc
New Construction | Apartment House
Bürserberg | Vorarlberg | Austria