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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Culture & Attractions
    Cantina Valle Isarco
    Klausen/Chiusa, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Cantina Valle Isarco was founded in 1961. The simple production hall originally built in 1978 was restructured in 2005 in order to separate the operational functions and to give the building an appropriate new appearance. The new part of the building made of concrete and the remaining structure were brought together by a unifying grey-red plaster shell, which symbolizes the connection to the terroir. Many steel components were given an oxide red shading, a color chosen to make the building look like a stone that has risen up amongst the vineyards. A brick ceiling now covers the barrique cellar, and the walls are covered in clay plaster. The offices and meeting rooms were renovated and refurnished; bright colors now accentuate the rooms. To round this all off, the tasting and sales room was redesigned in 2014, and an educational exhibit on wine was added as well.

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    Gasthaus zur Krone
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The square of Lasa/Laas, a village known for its marble, is fancily paved with white marble. In the same square stands a bust of Emperor Franz Josef, done likewise in white marble – and somewhat deserted, having been unclaimed due to the First World War. The traditional tavern situated here is a popular meeting point, and has developed into a popular event venue. The original character was unequivocally to be retained during conversion: wooden floors, brightly painted wooden paneling on the walls, circular benches, simple furniture of widely varying origin and a bar made of matte stainless steel all yield a mixture that seems random, yet was calculated in a sophisticated way in order to create a relaxed atmosphere. The centerpiece of the expansion is the vaulted medieval wine-storage area, which is now used as a restaurant and meeting facilities.

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    St. Sisinius Sports and Recreational Center
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The pre-Romanesque Church of St. Sisinius (ninth century), which has a tower above the choir, is one of the Vinschgau Valley's most important monuments, but is used only for Easter worship. In the immediate vicinity, a sports complex that had been built earlier was extended in line with the historical monument protection and now, as a sports and recreational area, is under communal protection. Through the construction of a horizontally supported sports venue, the conditions on the monument listing could be met. An undulation at the ground level allowed for the changing rooms to be housed on the floor below the restaurant, which is located at the level of the pool. The glass-enclosed restaurant looks very transparent, stands upon slender steel supports, and is covered with a thin shed roof, which lends the construction a floating lightness and at the same time functions as a canopy for the stands at the football field. A very elegant solution.

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    Health and Social Services Headquarters
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs

    The new building was planned on the site of the monastery garden, next to the Capuchin Monastery, as a public facility near Lana's town center. The austere rectangular building, with two plastered massive constructions on the upper floors, appears as if floating on the fully glazed ground floor. The windows articulate the two stories, each floor shifted. The transparent ground floor, on the other hand, signaled a welcoming openness to visitors. The building is freestanding in the beautifully landscaped and well-manicured monastery garden, which is open to the public. Inside, the upper floors are connected by a whitewashed staircase, which gets illumination from above. The walls of the offices are paneled from floor to ceiling with light wood. All the details have been meticulously developed.

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    vigilius mountain resort
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs

    This hotel atop Mount San Vigilio, which replaced the traditional old building in 2004, is accessible only via cable car. An elongated two-story building that attains a lean dynamic through its curved facades, was erected on a Y-shaped ground plan. This leanness is further reinforced by the advanced wooden-slat design. The rooms behind the terraces are shaded by a wooden structure and glazed from floor to ceiling; they are also decorated and heated according to the tenets of construction biology. The appearance of the elegant restaurant is like the wooden structure of a barn, but with glass facades instead of wooden sheathing. The internal access corridor to the suites obtains bright zenith light through a band of skylights. It leads to the spa area, the swimming pool, which offers spectacular views over the Adige/Etsch Valley, and a sun terrace where you seem to float above the landscape.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Parish church "Zum Hl. Michael"
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The parish church of St. Michael in Tarres was first mentioned back in 1214. The roman frescoes are especially worth a look, as are the sumptuous altar decorations, which date back to different periods.

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    St. Martin im Kofel Cable Car
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    On the renovated cable car, which is an important means of transportation for the permanently inhabited mountain village at the old pilgrimage church, you can ride from Laces/Latsch (630 m) up the summit station (1,740 m) in just a few minutes. The chapel, which leans on a steep hillside, was not supposed to have any structural competition with an eye-catching cable car. In order not to interfere with the visual presence of the chapel, the summit station was built behind a high stone wall that set it apart from delightful surroundings. In order for it to stay as low as possible, the cable car mechanics are situated outdoors. As a result, you can watch its technical components functioning out of the glass cube into which the red gondola glides. Access to the ticket counter and waiting room is at the rear of the building, where there is also an adjoining café with magnificent views.

    Culture & Attractions
    Nordic Skiing Center
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The sunniest and most sought-after cross-country skiing trail within the Ortler Ski Arena alliance, is located between Schlinig and Schliniger Alm, and offers 15 kilometers of trails and a vertical drop of 150 meters. The village of Schlinig built a service center for it, with a ski-waxing facility, changing rooms, toilets and equipment rentals. This single-story building matches the development of the village in both size and materials used. Covered entirely with vertical wood sheathing, the wagon looks like a cog railway into which you enter sideways. The incline of the roof and shape of the building take up the slope gradient. The entrances to the five functional units open onto a covered vestibule on the valley side, while the opposite side is provided with suitably tiered horizontal windows – as a result, the entire complex is integrated into the hillside in an ideal way.

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    Mals Town Hall
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    In the center of Mals there was a plot of land for a free-standing building. Block-like brick buildings with windows cut into them and often without an overhanging roof are typical for Mals. The architect adopted this structure and designed a building in three parts with different levels. The middle part acts as an opening and is covered in larch wood boards, while the other two buildings attached to this are plastered white and have uniform, regularly spaced windows. This succinct language of form takes into account the details of the entire building. The shape of the building is clearly structured with the central entrance, so that the citizens can easily find their way inside. The community hall on the upper floor has a special entrance. The interior spaces are marked by white walls, light wood and overhead lighting in the corridors.

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    Haus am Waal
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Meadows surround the freestanding detached family house on the outskirts of Laatsch, a stones throw away from Mals. This unusual, singular building simply needs a certain amount of empty space around it, in order to allow a full appreciation of it. The view of both of the church towers in Laatsch heightens the contrast with the village. The mainly enclosed upper floor houses the bedrooms in a square layout, which encompasses the living rooms below with glass facades. With its far-reaching white glow, the “box” made from concrete seems to sway over everything and projects upwards from the slender supports. In order to provide the glass ground floor with some privacy freestanding stone walls typical for the area were built a short distance away from the house. Such a house makes one self-conscious of one’s living conditions.

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    Weisses Kreuz Hotel
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Burgeis had managed to maintain its village-like character up to the present day. The traditional Weisses Kreuz Hotel lies centrally on a very small piece of land. The extensions and conversions, including its spacious spa area and new suites, have been admirably incorporated as part of the hotel, they sensitively take into account the survival of historical aspects. Zum Löwen, situated opposite, also belongs to the hotel and was renovated and reconstructed. The building was skillfully extended, the new extension now being home to a bistro and shop. This transformed the square with its fountain into a real village center. The listed facades of both houses were kept, as were the beautifully paneled rooms in the Löwen: all new buildings show the fitting of a modern hotel and are designed to be the best in modern architecture by the use of sustainable materials.

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    Mals Technical School for Landscape and Forestry
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Beneath the glowing white walls of the Marienberg Abbey lies the somewhat dingier Fürstenburg, built from regional stone in 1278. A collapse of the castle’s keep in 1996 brought about the renovation, including a restructuring and extension, which was carried out in two phases. It began by securing the historical parts of the building and extending the home wing with modern fixtures made from steel and glass in order to provide the old stonewalls with more light transparency. New schoolrooms in the mountain were then constructed outside of the curtain wall to accommodate the increasing number of pupils. It appears from the outside to be a wall one story high made from the same dark stone as the castle. On the inside, the courtyard has been modernized with structural components made of glass and steel and there is a new section of building work climbing up the mountainside, covered in earth and plants. From something old was born something new.

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    Marienberg Abbey, Ora et Labora Exhibition Rooms
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Even from far away, the bright white abbey perched on a hill above Burgeis catches the eye. Founded in 1000, it has been one of South Tyrol’s most important spiritual centers since the twelfth century. “Ora et labora” is the Benedictine motto and also the name of the museum housed within the former farm buildings. The old walls were cleaned and stabilized to this end, left largely in their original state and expanded by a second level of modern interior design. While the walls remained rough and  unplastered, new mountings of glass and dark steel were placed in front of them and at a distance − so that the changes between the late thirteenth century and today are easy to deduce. The artworks and exhibits shed light on the monastery’s development. Upstairs, guest areas and seminar spaces have been created as well.

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    Maia Bassa Racecourse
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The horse racecourse in Maia Bassa/Untermais is one of the largest and most beautiful in Europe. It is very centrally located, but also divides the urban body sharply. In 1886, the first horserace took place for Merano’s aristocratic visitors. But the modern-day period began only in 1936, when the Fascist regime had the new racecourse built by the star architect of the day, Vietti Violi. With stepped staircases, flat roofs and clear design features, its plastered buildings are excellent examples of the Italian rationalist style, which was developed out of the classical modernism of the Bauhaus school. At two stories high, 150 meters long and 20 meters high, the main grandstand seats 15,000 spectators. After its renovation, the building received the 2011 South Tyrolean Architecture Award.

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    Terme Merano and Hotel
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    Merano’s curative water contains a small amount of radon, and is suitable for therapeutic bathing. Thermal baths were built early on in order to expand the therapeutic offering. After 2000, this outdated facility was demolished and a beautiful urban planning solution, comprising outdoor pool with park, bathing complex and hotel, was designed by Berlin architects in a collaboration with Rüdiger Baumann, thus enhancing the promenade with a central square. Matteo Thun continued the planning in a restrained, almost severe, modern style and produced two successfully scaled buildings on the square, by now always lively; they offer a beautiful panoramic view of the landscape and city. The continuous use of natural stone in warm tones softens the rigid perpendicularity of the building, which is also loosened by rhythmically placed glass surfaces. This architecture allowed for the successful creation of a modern counterpart to the Kurhaus.

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    Sparkasse Bank Building in Maia Alta
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    Brunnenplatz Square is situated between the Reichenbach, Rosenstein and Rundegg manors, on a noisy street intersection that was long without an eastern border. Urban planning considerations thus played an important role in the idea of closing the square off again. This was achieved with the early positioning of the main facade, which also had to take the height of the adjacent residences into consideration and was supposed to offer a timely addition. The bank's two-story glass front was thus intended as a stone facade of travertine, with irregular openings, to match the manor walls in a way and, similar to a trompe l’oeil, make it look like a five-story structure. A shed roof marks the main entrance to the bank and to the passageway, with a store, apartments, offices on the upper floors, and a public parking garage.

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    The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    Trauttmansdorff was honored as Italy's Most Beautiful Garden in 2005. The complex comprises approximately 12 hectares of gardens, with about 5,800 species of plants and 80 different garden landscapes. The gardens are crossed by paths and waterways, and lined with pavilions. The castle – once the holiday residence of Empress Sissi – has been meticulously restored and complemented by a restaurant and visitor center. In addition to elegant stainless-steel details for bridges, railings and furniture, of particular note are the Aviary and the Viewing Platform. These two modern structures lend the gardens an architectural three-dimensionality. Both represent light yet bold architecture, made of stainless or galvanized steel, and seem to float over the gardens. Visitors access the Viewing Platform across steps that are virtually transparent. The platform towers above the treetops; meanwhile a dizzying bridge high above the gardens protrudes out of the aviary.

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    Eiche Residential Building
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The housing complex is situated north of the racetrack in a quiet residential area. The rectangular plot of land is reflected in the geometric lines of the four-story block of apartments containing sixteen flats: The outlines and facade are simple and clear, without any design effects. A large protruding attic forms a concise end to the roofline. The division of the front of the lightly plastered walls occurs through two types of window: full length balcony windows, and the windows of the rooms reaching up to the ceiling, which are placed in alternation, creating a lively structural arrangement. The colorful balcony parapets add to the visual effect. The clear design is of particular benefit inside the well laid out apartments − everything is light, friendly and easy to furnish.

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    Merano Civic Theater
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    Magnificent buildings were created long the Passer Promenade, intended for the noble audiences of the Hapsburg Monarchy. The architect Martin Dulfer, who was 40 years old at the time, was able to build his first theater here, which became one of the most important representatives of the Baroque-style Art Nouveau; he followed this theater with three others. The theater in Merano was built in just fourteen months, under the supervision of Wilhelm Kürschner, who would later become Bolzano’s city architect. The iron construction of the stage area came from Munich, the stage equipment from Vienna and the seats from Berlin. Important details of the original structure have been changed, but the building remains one of South Tyrol’s few preserved Art Nouveau buildings. The theater’s clear plan is functionally divided into the stage area, auditorium, and foyer; it seats 500 spectators.

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    Former Casa del Fascio
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Hospital Church of the Holy Spirit is one of Merano’s most important spiritual centers and art monuments. So it was deliberately a provocation towards the German-speaking religious population when the city’s fascist Italian-speaking government built its Casa del Fascio right next door, in order to obstruct the view of the historical church as you approach the old town. Even worse, the old hospital had to be demolished to make way for the new construction. Despite this architectural history, which is rather inglorious for the Italians, the building ranks among the masterpieces of Italian rationalism, architecturally speaking. The widely visible open tower, the horizontally layered facades, the bands of brick and loosened floor plan make this building one of the most interesting construction works of its time.

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    Extension for Savoy Province Vocational School
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    A very reserved building structure was created on a narrow building site between the multiform heritage-listed building of the former Grand Hotel Savoy and some simple row houses. The basic cubic shape tapers slightly at both of the lower floors, lending the solid building a floating feeling. Staggered windows in the facades, uniform in size, break up the building’s austerity. A transparent, visually light glass bridge elegantly links the new building with the facade of the old Savoy. The simple form of the new concrete structure, with flat roof, lends both buildings a contrapuntal aesthetic appeal. The cool clarity of the design is also reflected in the interior of the new building, which has a transparent and fluidly designed sequence of rooms.

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    Nals Margreid Winery
    Nals/Nalles, Meran/Merano and environs

    The vineyards that belong to the winery stretch from Margreid to Nals, covering 150 hectares, are farmed by 140 wine farmers. Both existing wineries were brought together in Nals in a new building in order to raise both capacity and quality. An entrance was added onto the old build with a tower and cellar areas with the latest cellar technology. The new building, made of a brown-red concrete, echoes the porphyritic cliffs nearby and the existing adjoining cellar. The new building is covered by a structurally interesting concrete roof with a large overhang, which blends into the landscape with its greenery. Beneath the freely suspended roof slab is a barrique cellar constructed from wood, like an oversized wine box, and marks the passageway to the inner courtyard. The structure blends harmoniously into the landscape.

    Churches & Monasteries
    The Parish Church of St. Zeno
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    St. Zeno Parish Church in Naturns A Romanesque chancel chapel is known to have stood on the site of the present-day parish church which dates from 1200. The older pre- Carolingian building was later incorporated to become the apse of the present-day Late Gothic church which is dedicate to St. Zeno, patron saint who protects against flooding and erstwhile Bishop of Verona. It was built between 1474 and 1475. The choir was re-built in Baroque style in 1760.

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    Mid-Pustertal Residential and Nursing Home
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    While nursing homes were formerly often pushed “into the green” on the outskirts of the village, it was decided in Valdaora/Olang to attach the elderly to the major facilities within the town center, where the school, kindergarten and other public institutions are to be found. The new nursing home has become an important meeting point. The four-story, wood-paneled structure houses two nursing units with 20 beds and associated spaces. Around the spacious foyer on the ground floor there is a café, a chapel, and a multipurpose room for events. In addition, an outpatient medical clinic and the offices of the district community are housed here. Glazed notches across the entry hall provide for good illumination; a partition of a pleasantly light, inviting architecture further emphasizes this impression through color, light natural stone and wood.

    Culture & Attractions
    Gamper Residential and Commercial Building
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    The architects analyzed the surroundings carefully. Many of the structural elements of the local conditions  ̶ the course of the road, the volumes of the surrounding houses all the way up to Schenna Castle, which can be seen from here  ̶  merge again in this building, but with a modern twist. The residential building, sheathed with bright Eternit slabs, floats like a crystal on the blue-gray, stone-clad semi-basement, where the shops are located. A glass-clad gap between the stone-clad basement and the residential building brings light between the two components, into the goldsmith shop. It provides upscale, almost indirect illumination of the white wall partitions and ceilings, while the dark walnut wood paneling conveys solidity.

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    Dahoam Nature Residence
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    This energy-efficient residence was built alongside four holiday flats between the forest, meadows and vineyards. The larch wood used in the construction and shell as well as on the balconies of the upper floors, comes from stocks owned by the construction manager. The balconies are equipped with mobile sunshades, thus giving a unified, yet changing exterior appearance. The basement is partially built into the slope behind, in the style of massive construction. The front of the top floor is made entirely of glass panels in order to make the most of the splendid view. The conventional shape of the house, which blends well into the landscape, is an unusually elegant building with a lightweight feel to it, well thought out details and tasteful furnishings.

     

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    Josef Rampold German-Language Primary School
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The school is situated in the immediate vicinity of the parish church and the House of the Teutonic Order, and was built outside the old town in what was formerly a bog. Here the water table is only about one meter below the surface of the ground. In order to avoid a dangerous rise of groundwater in the area and thus circumvent repercussions in the historical buildings as a result of building the school, the structure was built on a “raft” 80 inches above the ground. Likewise because of the historical neighboring building, a long, single-story structure was planned that would not create competition from a design viewpoint but would, however. have its own distinct character. Under the wide, projecting flat roof and on the perimetric base plate a “forest” of tree trunks was placed in front of the façades, which allows for enough illumination but creates a solid impression in the oblique view. Depending on the viewing angle and light, the building differs distinctly in appearance.

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    Casa JS
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The residential complex is almost cube shaped with a low, pitched roof. It is situated on a through-road, next to a hotel. Due to the noise of the traffic and the lack of privacy a different design was called for: the concrete frame shields the south side from the road, the west facing side is mainly closed due to the proximity to the hotel and only the most necessary windows can be found on the north side. It is on the east facade that large, regularly spaced windows look out over an open space, as do the terrace areas of the roof top flats. These different, rhythmically placed windows leave a lively impression of the house.

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    Oberholz Mountain Hut
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental

    This mountain hut, located at 2.096m next to the cable station Oberholz in Obereggen, Dolomites, contains a restaurant and is located with direct connection to the ski slope. The cantilevering structure grows out of the hill like a fallen tree with three main branches creating a symbiosis with the landscape. Each of them is facing towards the three most important surrounding mountains: Mendola, Corno Nero and Corno Bianco. At the end of the branches a large glass facade frames the surrounding mountains from the interior of the hut. The sloped roof shape of the glasses takes his inspiration from typical huts in the area, while the branching roof and complex structural interior expresses a new and contemporary interpretation of the classic mountain hut. The interior is defined by a complex curvilinear and visible wood structure that gradually fades into walls and creates so called “pockets” for intimacy. The entire hut is constructed with wood: structural elements and interior in spruce, the facade in larch, furniture in oak - all typical woods from the area.

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    Boé Mountain Restaurant
    Corvara, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    Together with the pre-existing buildings, summit station of the cable car and pizza pavilion, the new mountain restaurant forms a courtyard situation sheltered from the wind in the very exposed, protected landscape site.  The new building, however, crouches down, an elongated single-story building, and appears almost as if part of the site. The architecture goes against the usual style of a mountain hut: a wide, cantilevered platform roof protects the underlying perimetric floor-to-ceiling glass façade, which makes the building appear more transparent and lighter. Familiar materials, though, were used: wood terraces, wood furniture, as well as natural stone masonry for the kitchen and adjoining room area. Three timber-clad cubes divide the otherwise completely open floor plan of the spacious guest area, which feels more like a lounge than a mountain hut.

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      Uphill Seespitz
      Meran and environs
      Starting point: Töll Etschbrücke (525 m) End point: Gasthaus …
      44 km total slope
      7 lifts
      Highest point: 2,505 m