Located 950 metres above sea level in Wiederhofen (Missen-Wilhams, Bavaria), 5 tree chalets are ready to welcome guests.
An existing building design draft formed the basis for this project. All parameters such as design, materials and costs were planned out and coordinated in close consultation with the client. The request for the buildings to have full-width glass frontages and for their interiors to be kept as open-plan as possible presented specific challenges in terms of statics.
The houses stand directly on the sloping edge of a ravine. Installation in this sometimes very steep terrain was made possible by a steel substructure that was precisely adapted to the conditions. Metal supports of up to 4.5 metres in height form this substructure for the tree chalets.
With 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a fitted kitchen, the 2-storey houses provide space for up to 4 people. Brushed solid spruce furnishings and Swiss pine beds in the living areas create a natural and relaxing atmosphere. Panoramic saunas within the chalets and outdoor whirlpools on the spacious wooden terraces add an extra touch of luxury.
Image source: Allgäu tree chalets
Type: Stilt house hotel
Height: Approx. 9.5 m
Extra details: Glass frontage
Image source: Baumchalets Allgäu