There’s a massive number of buildings with a lengthy standing tradition in Kufstein, but only couple of of them are subjected to contemporary architectural experiments. When we initial saw the Schillerstraße high school, we perceived it as …a peculiar landmark of the city and we couldn’t quit wondering what precisely lead the architects to this interesting concept? To comprehend exactly where our dilemma comes from, we dare you to take a appear at the creating and analyze it carefully. As you can see, the perfectly plain surface of the building is “disrupted” by a crinkled wall (a 3-dimensional concrete structure), completely transforming it from a dull, unimpressive structure into a quite inspiring edifice. This uncommon school extension consisting of a crinkled wall was created completed by Wiesflecker Architecture, together with the Austrian artist, Karl-Heinz Klopf.
The wall is a metaphor for the uprising generation and it represents the academic development and the intense procedure of testing concepts. Just like when you create down on paper a believed and then you all of a sudden comprehend that one thing even far better came to your mind. You crumple the paper and throw it away and you are ready to begin more than. The intriguing new addition contrasts with the neat and smooth street-side façade and it connects the original school, built in 1907, with the surrounding site. [Photo credit: Daniel Schreyer].
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