Thinking further about space and home
Hägi Wendls, a house with a history dating back to 1820, where at times fourteen people lived and worked together, is to be given a new use. Living for a family and a large open area for culture, exchange, communication and experiment in Muntlix.
The hayloft will become a cultural space.
The biggest challenge is to preserve the old building fabric and adapt it for the present. A house conversion with clay, wood and straw.
The knowledge of local craftsmen and their willingness to engage in experimentation is essential.
Students from the Master of Architecture | BASEhabitat plan and build one term on the building site.
Hayloft improvised as a cultural venue
“We are opening our doors, to let arise a place for burning issues and the development of ideas. A place for lectures and concerts, for restaurants and agriculture, for a think tank and handicraft workshop.”Silvia Keckeis & Johannes Lampert (Baufamilie)
Start of the construction in October 2020
Work on a trasslime floor
Silvia Keckeis, Johannes Lampert
Construction site management
Annika Hock, Daniela Lockowandt, Flora Kirnbauer, Franziska Brandenstein, Jamie Wagner, Julia Treitinger, Lena Teufl, Maximilian Meindl, Monika Reddemann, Yuti Kainz
Sponsors and Partners
Lehm-Ton-Erde Baukunst GmbH
Zöchbauer Sand und Lehm