BUS:STOP Krumbach

Krumbach / Austria / 2014

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Smiljan Radic was clearly inspired by the handcraft and traditions in the Bregenzerwald. The result: a design with references to the Bregenzerwald house “parlour”. Radic transfers the intimacy to the exposed situation of a bus stop. A cut-out piece of “parlour” placed in the landscape, disengaged from the context of the interior. A precisely detailed glass pavilion with a coffered ceiling of black concrete. Rural wooden chairs are provided as seating. A bird-house provides a playful aspect that both attracts attention and provides distraction, at one and the same time.  


Partner architect: Bernardo Bader Architekten Dornbirn Structural engineer: Mader Flatz Bregenz Skilled trades: Felder Metall Andelsbuch, Holzwerkstatt Markus Faißt Hittisau, Oberhauser & Schedler Bau Andelsbuch, Spenglerei Manfred Baldauf Doren Material suppliers: EHG Dornbirn, Glas Marte Bregenz


 

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    Smiljan Radic was clearly inspired by the handcraft and traditions in the Bregenzerwald. The result: a design with references to the Bregenzerwald house “parlour”. Radic transfers the intimacy to the exposed situation of a bus stop. A cut-out piece of “parlour” placed in the landscape, disengaged from the context of the interior. A precisely detailed glass pavilion with a coffered ceiling of black concrete. Rural wooden chairs are provided as seating. A bird-house...

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