NOMAD DESIGN & LIFESTYLE HOTEL
In the project for the Hotel Nomad, the striking architecture of the team Buchner Bründler, makes for a structurally and atmospherically powerful basis: The 50s apartment house on Brunngässlein has been carefully renovated in connection with the historic preservation of the building, with the room structures adjusted to meet the needs of the hotel. In the courtyard, a contemporary architectural concrete new build (with loft-like open floorplans and a minimalist conceptual shell design) forms an antithesis to the playful small sections of the front building. Roughly formed, and from the functionality of the construction process, the static, divided components of the original stone material show all its structural strength and physical sensuality.
Photo credits: Mark Niedermann
Designer: BUCHNER BRÜNDLER ARCHITEKTEN