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Therapiezentrum Dr. Miksch, Stadtschlaining

The village of Stadtschlaining has the last still original medieval village center of the Austrian Federal State of Burgenland, which is also protected by a federal decree. On the main square, of the village center, behind house  Nr.12 the ruins of the courtyard building have been resurrected by keeping the renovated stone walls, while incorporating a Therapy Centre on the ground floor and a terraced apartment on the roof top making up a total space of 200m².
The stone walls remain visible behind the courtyard glazing. The historic walls along with the design aim to create a calm and relaxing environment for counselling therapy. The terraced courtyard is completed by a staircase to a panorama terrace. The below situated vegetable garden, in front of the previous city wall, can be accessed through stone steps via the city wall. 

What makes this project one-of-a-kind?
Modern building, made with medieval stone walls, concrete, wood and glass, following the former function as a terraced courtyardbuilding between mainhouse and citywalls. Also, quiet surrounding in an invisible court makes therapie easy.

Credits

Architecture
Architekturbüro Tomm Fichtner

Client
Dr. Gerhard Miksch, Stadtschlaining

Year of completion
2018

Location
Stadtschlaining, Austria

Total area
245 m2

Site area
722 m2

Photos
Mag Gisela Erlacher, Wien

Project Partners

Bau GesmbH, Hochegger Dächer GmbH, M & P Holzbau und Handelsges.m.b.H., Gleichweit & Co GmbH, EGGER Glas, Alu Hofstätter

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