Huegellandhalle - a new hall in the Hillcountry

A large umbrella for a place
Pürstl Langmaier architects found the most convincing solution: they closed themselves off from the over-molded Tyrolean chalet inventory.
All balconies, additions and gabled roof was stripped. The L-shaped building has been purified to a mud colored Cube with a perforated facade, which acts almost timeless abstract. As an earthy Cornerstone the house forms a quasi calm clip the White Hall - the sleek frames the square.
Sovereign includes her expansive canopy the stock. As a wing, it spreads over the newly grown parlor and then glides gently uphill through the glazed foyer. Like a funnel passes it on to the backstage area to auszuschwingen after a dynamic turnaround in almost ten meters above the art gallery of the hall.