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Werkraum Bregenzerwald by Peter Zumthor
August 14, 2013

Peter Zumthor Werkraum Bregenzerwald Andelsbuch VorarlbergThe Werkraum Bregenzerwald in Andelsbuch, in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg, designed by Peter Zumthor, is now open. The timber and concrete building combines a contemporary, minimalist design with the area's centuries-old local traditions. The relatively modestly-shaped low structure features a striking, large wooden roof and generous, glass-enclosed exhibition spaces. Equipped with offices, seminar and meeting rooms and display areas, it was designed in painstaking detail to provide a much needed space for the association's activities and also to act as a platform for promoting the work and value of local crafts.
"The building was conceived as a showcase and a meeting point for the crafts", says Renate Breuss. "The result reflects our values and suits our purpose very well - to be a meeting point for the people of the valley and for people from abroad, for crafts and culture. Zumthor brings together the rural context with the world, the local qualities and spirits with the international."
 
 
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