The visitor walks through the ramp, descending – water level is higher on both sides – and the visitor remains absolutely dry. This intervention, designed by Westpol, allows people to meet in the middle of the lake without getting wet.
BUS:STOP Krumbach is a recently initiated project in the Bregenzerwald region of Austria that will pair seven well-known architecture offices from around the world with seven local architects and allow them to work together on the design of seven new bus shelters in the town of Krumbach. A true collaboration between tradition and innovation, national and international, BUS:STOP hopes to create a series of small and functional buildings with their own unique characters that tell not only the story of these architects, but also of this special region.
For the list of participating offices and to learn more about BUS:STOP, read on.
Architects: Pichler & Traupmann Architekten
Location: Eisenstadt, Austria
Project Leader: Barbara Aull
Design Team: Neda Afazel, Fábio Miguel Cunha, Christoph Degendorfer, Mario Gasser, Relana Hense, Samuel Kegele, Rasa Navasaityte, Sandy Panek, Isabella Penthor, Jürgen Schneeberger, Andreas Schuchnigg, Milan Suchánek, Wolfgang Windt, Thomas Wolf
Area: 9,534 sqm
Photographs: Roland Halbe