Addition to Hotel Marlena, Marling, 2011-12 architect Marlen Inderst in cooperation with Valtingojer Architekten, Sabina & Klaus, Merano. Owner(s): Hans Inderst, photo: Rene Riller
Covered car park for mountain railway Seis-Seiseralm, Seis am Schlern, 2013, architect Lukas Burgauner, Bolzano. Builder owner: Silbernagl Anton & Co. KG, Silbernagl GmbH, mountain railway Seis- Seiseralm AG, photo: Alex Filz
Hotel Drei Zinnen, Sexten/Moos, 1929 architect, Clemens Holzmeister, Vienna. Art intervention: Rudolf Stolz, Bolzano. 1992-2007, architect Christoph Mayr Fingerle, Bolzano. Owner: Waltraud Watschinger, photo: G├╝nter Richard Wett
Stadthotel Pupp, Brixen, 2011, Bergmeisterwolf Architekten, architect Christian Schwienbacher, Brixen. Art on site, Esther Stocker. Owner(s): Christian and Martin Pupp, photo: J├╝rgen Eheim
Pergola Residence, Algund, 2004, Arch. Matteo Thun; photo Robert Fleischanderl
Cable car Dantercepies, Wolkenstein, 2013, Arch. Rudold Parathoner; photo G├╝nter Richard Wett
Hotel Pacherhof, Neustift/Vahrn, 2013, Pacher Pavillon, Bergmeisterwolf Architekten, Brixen. Owner: Monika Huber, photo: Andreas Schaller
Hotel Wei├čes Kreuz and residence zum L├Âwen, Burgeis, 2010-13, architects Marx/ Ladurner, Stephan Marx and Elke Ladurner, Schlanders. Owner(s): Thomas and Joachim Theiner, photo: Rene Riller
Saleghes Mountain Residenz, 2010-13, Archilab Architekten - Hannes Ladst├Ątter, Stefan Taschler and Sarah Gasparotto, Bruneck. Owner(s): Ursula Sotriffer and Oskar Delazer, photo: Marion Lafogler

Alps, Architecture, Tourism

Seehotel Ambach, 1973, Arch. Otmar Barth. Foto: Ren├ę Riller

demonstrated by the example of South Tyrol

Opening reception: May 29, 2014, 7 p.m.

May 30 - September 7, 2014

Curated by Arch. Susanne Waiz

Alpine Architecture, Architecture for Tourism, or Architectural Tourism in the Alps: a multi-faceted title.
At any rate, it is about architecture.
The exhibition presents architecture for tourism - from a simple boarding house to an elegant hotel, from a cable railway station to the architectural sculptures on the Timmelsjoch. The projects were selected from the viewpoint of an architect. The focus is on the design quality of the buildings and their reference to the landscape and the surrounding architecture, whereas the common quality standards of the tourism industry are left without a commentary.
New tourism businesses were chosen alongside ones located in historical buildings. With regard to the latter, it was important to see how they have been adapted to the requirements of modern tourism, even if that meant only minimal interventions. Ruins of hotel architecture, such as Gio Ponti's Hotel Paradiso, were deliberately left out.
High-quality architecture can only last if it is supported by the builder-owners. Their ideas and visions were fathomed through numerous interviews. With this in mind, the exhibition is not primarily aimed at designers and architects; rather, it is meant to inspire proprietors and other actors in the tourism industry. The tourists themselves are also welcome: after all, it is their expectations that are reflected by architecture for tourism.

Architecture-Tourism Dialog
Innkeepers meet Architects 
In the context of the exhibition Alps, Architecture, Tourism, demonstrated by the example of South Tyrol, we invite hoteliers, innkeepers, and tourism experts to talk to architects from South Tyrol. 36 successful architects from South Tyrol will take part in the Architecture-Tourism Dialog. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from June 3 to July 31 as well as from August 26 to September 4, there will be two architects for consultation (by prior arrangement).

The Architecture-Tourism Dialog is a joint campaign by HGV, SMG, MGM, and Merano arte.
Participation is free of charge ÔÇô Prior booking is required ( ; phone. 0473 212643)

An exhibition in cooperation with: 

HGV - Hoteliers- und Gastwirteverband S├╝dtirol
Architekturstiftung S├╝dtirol
Abteilung Handwerk, Industrie, Handel und Tourismus der Autonomen Provinz Bozen S├╝dtirol
Abteilung  Hochbau und technischer Dienst der Autonomen Provinz Bozen S├╝dtirol
Europ├Ąische Akademie Bozen (EURAC research) - Institut f├╝r Regionalentwicklung und Standortmanagement
SMG - S├╝dtirol Marketing Gesellschaft
MGM - Marketinggesellschaft Meran
Kurverwaltung Meran
S├╝dtiroler G├Ąrtner
Gufler- Pr├Ązision mit Holz

Virgilius Mountain Ressort, Vigiljoch, 2003, architect Matteo Thun, Milan. Owner(s): Ulrich Ladurner, photo: Brison
Lanz roadhouse, Schabs by Arch. Walter Angonese in cooperation with Ingenieurb├╝ro Bergmeister und Partner, Photo: G├╝nter Richard Wett
Cascade, Sand in Taufers, 2007-11, Christoph Mayr Fingerle, Bolzano. Builder owner: Sport Center GmbH, Sand in Taufers, photo: Rene Riller
Haus Settari, Dreikirchen/ Barbian, 1913, Johanna Settari. 2013.14, bergmeisterwolf Architekten, Brixen. Owner(s): Johanna Fink von Klebelsberg. Photo: Richard Wett
Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano, 1909-10, architects and master builders Br├╝der Ludwig, Munich. Cycle of frescoes 1911, Bruno Goldschmitt, Munich. Hotel
Merano mountain railway 2000, 2010, architect Roland Baldi, Bolzano. Builder owner: Merano 2000 Bergbahnen AG, photo: Oskar Da Riz
Ottmangut, Suite & Breakfast, Merano, 2010-2012, designer and owner, Georg, Clemens, and Martin Kirchlechner, photo: Ren├ę Riller Owner(s): Franz Staffler, photo: Annette Fischer
walkable sculptures along Timmelsjochstrasse, 2010, architect Werner Tscholl, Morter. Builder owner: Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstra├čen AG, municipality of Moos in Passeier, Autonomous Province of South TyrolÔÇô Alto Adige, State of Tyrol, Interreg project, photo: Alexa Rainer
Pension Briol, Dreikirchen/Barbian, 1898, Johanna Settari. 1928, renovation, Hubert Lanzinger, Innsbruck. future project, architect Peter Zumthor, Haldenstein. Owner(s): Johanna Fink von Klebelsberg, photo: Rene Riller
Hotel Nives, Sulden, 2012-13, designer and owner, architect Arnold Gapp, Schlanders, photo: J├╝rgen Eheim
Parkhotel Holzner, Upper Bolzano/Ritten, 1907, Bauunternehmen Musch & Lun, Meranp. Project of the architects and master builders Br├╝der Ludwig, Munich (1911, not realized). Wellness area 2006-07, architect Ulrich Weger, Bolzano. Owner(s): Wolfgang and Monika Holzner, photo: Rene Riller
Guesthouse La Pedevilla, Enneberg, 2013, Pedevilla architects, Armin and Alexander Pedevilla, Bruneck, architect Caroline Willeit, Gais. Owner(s): Armin Pedevilla and Caroline Willeit, photo: Gustav L. Willeit