Interior Design

Für Simone

↓ Client


↓ Architecture, Site management

Messner Architects

↓ Structural analysis & security

Ing. Florian Perkmann

↓ Surveying & cadastral registration

Alexander Köllemann

↓ Implementation

Othmar Schönthaler - construction work
nieder - aluminium facade
Fleischmann - carpentry & wooden facade
BSV - glass & windows
Ludwig Karnutsch - HVAC & plumbing
Energyteam - electric installations
ANCO Leuchten - electric planning
Peter Ebensperger - terrazzo flooring
Erich Stark - tile flooring
Franz Kofler - linoleum & carpet flooring
Pircher Türen - doors
Tischlerei Ratschiller - sliding door, partition wall & mirrors
Möbeltischlerei Stecher Georg - kitchen, furniture

↓ Photography

Karina Castro

Simone's apartment is located at the basement of RVTK residential building.

The original three-story house was built in 1978. It had a gabled roof, a semi-subterraneous basement, a first floor and a second floor. In 2020, the family decided to renovate and expand to create space for three apartment units.

The project featured the demolition and then reconstruction of the existing attic floor, resulting in its elevation by another half-story and the addition of a roof deck. 
The apartments in the basement and on the first floor were renovated in order to allow for restructuring of the floor plans, expanding them in some places and changing window openings.

Renovations on the lower floors allowed for the creation of generous and bright rooms offering open private space. The basement apartment features south-facing living areas with a loggia to the garden.

Different generations occupy the house now. Thanks to the layout of open spaces, development and arrangement of facades, residents are guaranteed plenty of privacy. To the south on all floors, the facade features generous windows opening towards the Montetramontana mountain and the valley plain. Recesses create sheltered outdoor areas. Each floor has different assets to boast, ranging from spectacular views, terraces, gardens and loggias.