In Innsbruck's industrial park, on the rooftop of an existing office building, a landscape with exclusive apartment/offices will be built. The individual units are to be made of lightweight wood and surrounded by spacious terraces. Around an atrium, the offices are arranged in a ring, in order to create an atrium space.
The challenge of this exhibition design is to combine arts, culture and literature together in order to concisely explore what is meant by 'Inside the White Cube': The concept of the design for the cultural history exhibit is based on several variations of the display cases, which are designed to compress and even neutralize traditional values, hinting to this sense only through the use of velvet as a finish material.
The structure appears as the result of a slightly raised ground floor, a compact bar on the gentle, meandering landscape. A trail network consisting of mowed ways leading from a fixed main road, and many unpaved side roads (sometimes only marked with the lawn mower in the meadow fields), divide and characterize the landscape.
This project contains four different ski jumps:
The K75- and the K64-Jump and the small Hills - K35 and K15.
All jumps start from the same hillside facing to the northwest. Each jump has its own approach ramp, take-off table and landing track.