At Wiesergut Hotel, nature takes center stage. Monika Gogl of Gogl & Partner architect has lent her knack for materials and unerring eye for detail to the creation of a sanctuary of light, nature, and fresh air. Gogl has given an historic estate a new heart: the Innsbruck-based architect has created a distinctive alpine hideaway distinguished by its modern design and integration with nature.
The hotel’s architecture highlights its integration in the natural landscape. An abundant use of glass prevails throughout the property: the garden suites, which boast floor-to-ceiling windows, connect to the manor building through glass passageways and the natural flow of light contributed to many design decisions.
Bespoke furnishings by Austrian designers commissioned exclusively for Wiesergut add a contemporary twist to classic materials like linen, loden, and weather-beaten leather, all of which factor prominently in the hotel’s overall design concept. Minimal, hand-blown glass chandeliers by the German lamp designer Isabel Hamm and untreated steel fireplaces decorate the suites. Homey details are interwoven throughout the property and Wiesergut’s approach to hospitality is reflected in how they create environments for both personal relaxation and collective conviviality.
Architecture: Monika Gogl, Gogl & Partners Architekten
Design: Isabel Hamm (Light), Petra Lindenbauer (Ceramics), Indradanush (Textiles), Andreas Reichlin (Metal sculptures).