Wellbeing for all the senses.
The extraordinary architecture of the new Lanserhof underlines this wisdom and at the same time stands in harmony with the wonderful natural landscape of the Alpine foothills in which the hotel nestles. In intensive cooperation between the building owner from Austria and the architect from Düsseldorf as well as the structural engineers from Hamburg, a remarkable building has been created that is dedicated to holistic recuperation. An ancient monastery complex on a square ground plan with an inner courtyard and cloister provided the model for the architectural design, which was congenially implemented with modern structural elements.
The hotel building is designed as a four-storey, jointless reinforced concrete skeleton structure with cross-wall construction in the upper storeys, ceiling spans of up to 10 metres and widely projecting balconies with thermal separation. The facade and loggias are executed in timber construction.
Set harmoniously into the landscape, the four-storey facility on its square ground plan appears from the outside to be only two storeys high. Connected to it is a high-class bath house, which greets its arriving guests with a very filigree entrance area.
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