architek[tour] tirol – guide to architecture in tyrol

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2020-2029

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Office P.

Medrazerstraße 19, 6166 Fulpmes, A
Architecture: Madritsch Pfurtscheller (2015-2020) Builder-owner: Claudia Pfurtscheller Open to the public: No In 2020, the project received an Honorable Mention of the State of Tyrol for New Building.

The little house in Fulpmes is a paramount example of the resource-saving approach to building materials and upcycling. Materials from a nearly 200-year-old, demolished threshing floor were utilized, as well as used windows, doors and glass. Moreover, regional or inexpensive materials were primarily used. A radically stripped-down, open-use space emerged on the ground floor, and a one-room apartment on the upper floor, largely equipped with used items.

© Daniel Pfurtscheller
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Renovation of a Mountain Farmhouse

Grausegg 1, 6322 Kirchbichl, A
Architecture: b.eder architekten (2017-2020) Open to the public: No In 2020, the renovation received an Honorable Mention of the State of Tyrol for New Building.

An approximately 300-year-old mountain farmhouse at an altitude of 1,200 meters was sustainably revitalized with careful attention to historic preservation and based on the tradition of "building on.” Taking into account the farming past, as well as the more recent history, a harmonious ensemble was created with sensitivity and through the introduction of new architectural elements such as lattice windows, raw steel fittings and the use of conglomerate rock.

© Sebastian Schels
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Momoness Take-Away

Anichstraße 10, 6020 Innsbruck, A
Architecture: Rainer Köberl (2019-2020) Builder-owner: MOMONESS KG Open to the public: During business hours Tip: The house specialty is momos, typical Nepalese dumplings.

In a 17 m2-large shop, Rainer Köberl set up a Nepalese take-away for Dil Ghamal – a building owner for whom the architect had already planned the "Sensei” and "Meer Sensei” sushi bars. The space is kept in the basic silver color. Its dark walnut, mirror and a Sanskrit proverb on the wall exude a touch of Nepal.

© Lukas Schaller