Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Garages, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Das Aigner was completed in 2006 by the Linz based studio Kleboth Lindinger Dollnig. This project included the construction of two holiday apartments, built on top of two existing garages. The apartments are set over two floors, a movable partition wall separates them, allowing for one large space if required.

The Das Aigner apartments are located in Ybbsitz, Austria.

Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Entrance, Evening, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Side Facade, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Copper Sheets, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Entrance, Stairs, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Copper Sheets, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Outdoor Stairs, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Movable Partition Wall, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Partition Wall, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Open Partition Wall, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Living Room, Kitchen, Stairs, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

White Kitchen, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Bedroom, Bathroom, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

First Floor Plan, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Second Floor Plan, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Elevation, Apartment House in Ybbsitz, Austria

Das Aigner in Ybbsitz, Austria, details by Kleboth Lindinger Dollnig:

“The Aigner, a small holiday apartment house, is built on top of two existing garages, located in a historical architectural ensemble. It respectfully bends away from the neighbouring church, widening the space in between. The wooden construction is covered with copper – a metallic membrane as reference to a region that has been known for its blacksmith tradition for centuries.

Inside the building a movable partition wall links the two apartments. The large fully glazed room created by opening the dividing wall is ideal for parties.”

Photos By: Andreas Buchberger, Weinfranz

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