Set on the shore of Lake Constance in Austria, the Kunsthaus Bregenz Art Gallery sits as a single object amongst a row stretching along the shore.
The open floor plan allows flexibility of space for the International art exhibitions that take place within the galleries. Bespoke glazing fittings offer a frameless facade of overlapping etched glass shingles. The details shown demonstrate the double skin construction, which sets it apart from other buildings within this typology.
Bespoke fixings, designed to accommodate the visual overlapping of the glass shingles and to present a frameless facade around the building – creating a light-cube effect, coming to life at dusk and acting like a beacon through the night.