centred mayrhofen multi-purpose hall
inserted in a small village surrounded by high mountains, the building becomes a clear, yet soft, sign. the curved facade multiplies the views from and to the building and marks the entrance to a low-density holiday apartment compound. a soft and porous cilyndrical volume containing rooms and conference areas rests on top of a low sharp-edged basement composed by parking and retail areas. the cilinder is carved in multiple points in order to host loggias, enhancing the perception of the surrounding landscape from the interior spaces.