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Sports and Exercise Center, Rum

Sportplatzweg 1, 6063 Rum, A
Architecture: rt Architekten (2018-2019) Builder-owner: Marktgemeinde Rum Open to the public: Partially (outside stairs, restaurant) Accessibility: From the Rossau Pond over the bridge towards the Olympic Village

Situated on a former agricultural property directly on the Innpromenade, the Rum Sports and Exercise Center includes several sports fields and facilities for the local soccer and weight training clubs. The centerpiece is an elongated bridge structure with a restaurant and grandstands on the upper floor, to which a transverse structure connects in the north, where, among other things, a large competition hall can be found.

© Wolfgang Retter

Veranstaltungszentrum FoRum (event centre)

Rathausplatz 1, 6063 Rum, A
Architecture: Richard Freisinger, Hans Peter Gruber (2005-2006) Builder-owner: Immobilien Rum Accessibility: via the "Dörferstraße” from Innsbruck through the villages on the northern foothills to Hall, bus line D or E TIP: Café FORUM, open daily 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The centre is situated next to the church, the churchyard and the seat of the municipality of the large village of Rum. The complex of one-storey and two-storey buildings, respectful of the more rural character of the village, reflects the proportions of the surrounding buildings. The nicely renovated old seat of the village administration, a stage and grandstand with a roof, for all types of events, and the other parts of the complex together shape a graciously designed square.

© Günter R. Wett


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