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Attic Addition and Renovation of the Saggen Residential Complex

Brucknerstraße 2-12, Viktor-Dankl-Straße 11, Hugo-Wolf-Straße 2-4, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten (2016-2018) Builder-owner: Neue Heimat Tirol Among other awards, the attic addition and renovation was nominated for the State Prize for Architecture and Sustainability in 2019.

A 92-unit residential complex from the 1950s was extensively renovated and extended by 32 apartments through a two-story addition. As a slim, clear, longitudinal structure, this is distinctly set apart from the existing building by a circumferential strip of windows on the street side. At the same time, the existing balconies were renewed and enlarged, and the apartments connected to the elevators in the courtyard area.

© Mojo Reitter

Day Care Center, Kranebitten

Anna-Dengel-Straße 5, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten (2014-2015) Builder-owner: IIG Accessibility: Northeast of the Kranebitten campsite The day care center received recognition at the 2019 Tyrolean Timber Construction Awards.

The new day care center for the growing district of Kranebitten was built on a part of the spacious forest playground. Since a flat, L-shaped structure, together with two terraced wings, encloses a large inner courtyard, the children are provided with the necessary free space directly "in the house” – an additional play area in the public realm was not needed.

© Mojo Reitter

Sonderpädagogisches Zentrum (Special Education Center)

Hutterweg 1a, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten (2012-2014) Builder-owner: IIG Open to the public: partially The listed "Hauptschule Hötting” ("Hötting Secondary Modern School”) was built in the 1930s according to the plans of Franz Baumann and Theodor Prachensky.

A new building for an "inclusive” school was erected directly adjacent to the "Hauptschule Hötting”, a "classic” of Tyrolean Modernism. In reaction to the existent development and the attractive location near the Inn, Helmut Reitter developed a roundly oriented structure that takes up the building lines of the surroundings. In the interior, the attention was directed to the interstices; instead of corridors in the actual sense there is a varied succession of paths and "squares” with a large variety of open areas.

© Mojo Reitter

Probstenhofweg Residential Complex

Probstenhofweg 5, 7, 9, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, riccione architekten (2010-2012) Builder-owner: WE - Wohnungseigentum Accessibility: Bus line H (Höttinger Kirchplatz) Bordering on a listed building ensemble of the Innsbruck Diocese that was transformed by architect Hanno Vogl-Fernheim in 2010.

The small residential complex arose on an undeveloped piece of land made available by the Diocese of Innsbruck in the middle of a predominantly small-scaled, villa-like area. Starting from an urban planning context, the architects returned the building site, so to speak, to its "original condition” as a continuous slope and placed three self-confident, free-standing structures, developed in the style of the villa-like tenement blocks, in a newly designed green space.

© Mojo Reitter

Gradonna Mountain Resort

Burg 24, 9981 Kals am Großglockner, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, Erich Strolz (2011-2012) Builder-owner: Schultz Gruppe The Gradonna Mountain Resort was one of the projects nominated for the 2014 State Architecture Prize for Tourism and Leisure

A hotel complex, highly controversial on account of its dimensions, was erected in the middle of the forest at an elevation of 1,300 meters. At the center lies the multistory, elongated structure of the hotel with a widely visible tower. Grouped around it and built upon mushroom-like concrete bases are 42 chalets, whose various building types were developed out of the topography. In order to carry out the massive intervention into the high alpine landscape as sparingly as possible, great attention during the planning stage was focused on integrating the resort into the landscape and regional architectural traditions were tied in without making use of flat alpine clichés.

© Günther Egger

O3 – Olympic Village 3

General-Eccher-Straße 22-34, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, Eck & Reiter, DIN A4 Architektur (2009-2011) Builder-owner: Neue Heimat Tirol Open to the public: partially Spread throughout the buildings and across the outdoor areas are a total of six "Art in Construction” projects by Georgia Creimer, Thomas Feuerstein, Michael Kienzer and Esther Stocker.

After the Olympic Games of 1964 and 1976, Innsbruck was the first-time venue of the Youth Olympic Winter Games in January 2012. A new Olympic Village, which has meanwhile been populated by Innsbruck’s inhabitants, was executed on the grounds of the former Eugene Barracks for this purpose. Around 450 apartments are distributed among the 13 six- to eight-story cubes. Three houses, together with a common forecourt, respectively make up a group that was arranged, in turn, around various, large courtyards.

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"BRG in the Au" and Shopping Centre "West"

Bachlechnerstraße 35, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, Eck & Reiter (2008-2011) Builder-owner: Objekt Linser-Areal Immobilienerrichtungs GmbH, IIG Open to the public: Shopping centre during opening hours Accessibility: Bus routes R or F

In the west of Innsbruck a new building was constructed as a public private partnership, whereby a shopping centre and a school, facilities with completely different forms of use, have been accommodated. In a clearly defined building, which provides the surrounding urban area – including an industrial estate and heterogeneous structured residential developments – with a new identity, the two users each have their own, developed for their individual requirements, completely separate areas.

© Mojo Reitter

Nursery School and Youth Center "Am Tivoli”

Olympiastraße 33, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten (2007-2008) Builder-owner: IIG The nursery school and youth center received a recognition award at the 2010 BTV Builders’ Awards for Tyrol and Vorarlberg.

Starting from the privileged location of the plot as a part of the large, green "Tivoli Lung”, Helmut Reitter carried out a permeable development according to the basic principle of "Pavilions in the Park”. The elongated structure of the "House of Children” and its counterpart, the compact cube of the "Youth Center”, offer the children and young adults spaces that create diverse visual bonds to each other, with the public park and the senior citizens’ home opposite of it.

© Günter R. Wett

"Sunna Alm" – Mountain Restaurant

Bergstation Rifflseebahn, 6481 St. Leonhard / Pitztal, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten (2007) Builder-owner: Pitztaler Gletscherbahn Open to the public: when the Rifflsee cable car is operating Accessibility: directly next to the Rifflsee cable car

In 2007 the "Sunna Alm” at the Pitztaler Glacier and Rifflsee ski resort was Europe’s first passive house to be built at an altitude of 2300 metres. Both the inside and outside of the restaurant building are characterised by wood and glass, with which modern tourism and traditional mountain life are connected without slipping into the embarrassing cliché of being rustic. The outside of the building was deliberately finished in larch-wood-shingle as a reference to Josef Lackner’s Rifflsee cable car valley station.

© Mojo Reitter


Feldkreuzstraße 1, 6063 Rum, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, Michael Pfleger (2003) Builder-owner: MPREIS Open to the public: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m, Saturday until 6 p.m. Accessibility: Follow the "Dorferstraße” road from Innsbruck to Hall, or take bus

The MPREIS supermarket is situated 3 m below road level, all one sees, when looking from the village center, is a hovering roof, because the mass of the market building and entrance area is nestling against a slight turn of the road. A café, a terrace and a children’s playground, and additional spaces for various other shops make sure this supermarket serves as a village meeting point where people can do more than just their everyday shopping.

© Günter R. Wett

MPREIS and Canteen Jenbach

Schießstandstrasse 1, 6200 Jenbach, A
Architecture: reitter_architekten, Michael Pfleger (2001) Builder-owner: MPREIS Open to the public: during opening hours

A new type of supermarket was developed for two promoters, Jenbacher Werke (canteen) and MPREIS (supermarket): With the historic fish market in Venice as an example, a new type of roofed market under a large elevated building, in which the canteen for 300 persons, a casino, a kitchen, a works doctor and a large south terrace for the Jenbacher Werke are accommodated.

© Günter R. Wett

Mountain Restaurant / Mountain Station Horberg Lift

Horberg 412, 6260 Schwendau, A
Architecture: Michael Pfleger, reitter_architekten (2000) Builder-owner: Mayrhofner Bergbahnen AG Open to the public: during hours of operation Accessibility: Valley station in Schwendau BTV (Bank for Tyrol and Vorarlberg) - 2001 Building-Owner-Awards-Tyrol, recognition category "Building for Guests”

The structure of the Horberg lift mountain station at an altitude of 1700 metres dates back to the 1960s. Originally, it was intended that only the lift hall’s restaurant area on the ground floor was to be extended. However, the architects developed a new and extensive concept improving both the functional procedures and the architectural qualities. A characteristic element is the glazed roof at the front end of the building and the hall, which as a spatial gesture has been extended by two bays.

© Günter R. Wett