Kitzbuehel Mansion in Austria by . Eventhough the overall architectural formulation and the detailed implementation is very modern, local materials were used as a tribute to the traditional Tyrolean architecture.
The architecture actually reflects the atmospher and the vibrations of the beautiful surrounding landscape.
The upper wing and its living room.
Not a single mountain could be seen from the plot before the house was built.
The central atrium is open to both courtyards and due to its location and the mirror cabinets, it allows you to see into most parts of the house.
The atrium is transparent and it melts into the nature during the day.
It is dazzling and full of magical reflections during the night.
In addition to the architectural planning, the entire interior was designing by splendid architecture.
From custom made cabinets to the cultery- everything was either designed or handpicked by Splendid Architecture.
One of the bedrooms in the lower wing, with its fine view.
The feeling of confort and cosiness that can be felt in every room is also a result of working with excelent craftsmen.
The building is just as proud and headstrong as the inhabitats of this mountaineous region and just as elegant and classy as the town of Kitzbuehel, without ever being show-off or ever losing respect of the immediate neighbours.
Based on the lines of sight, the aimed insertion in the hillside and the specific spatial needs, Splendid Architecture planned two wings arranged around a central atrium.
The two wings symbolize two pieces of wood chipped by an axe. The central area symbolize the fire.