Roman Villa

Vorarlberg / Austria / 2008

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The excavations at the roman villa in Brederis offer important insights on Roman settlement history in the Feldkirch area. A walk-in sculpture was planted between the remnants of the foundations of two different house types. The disc-like tower and the space creating wall fragments along a trapezoid-shaped plateau stage the location in front of the collection of findings. The use of corten steel throughout permeates the site with an historic aura and underscores the sculpted effect of the free form that helps make the excavation site a landmark. Marina Hämmerle
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    The excavations at the roman villa in Brederis offer important insights on Roman settlement history in the Feldkirch area. A walk-in sculpture was planted between the remnants of the foundations of two different house types. The disc-like tower and the space creating wall fragments along a trapezoid-shaped plateau stage the location in front of the collection of findings. The use of corten steel throughout permeates the site with an historic aura and underscores the sculpted effect of the free...

    Project details
    • Year 2008
    • Work finished in 2008
    • Client City of Rankweil
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Pavilions
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