Pedevilla Architects is an international architecture firm founded by Armin and Pedevilla in 2005. The studio is located in Bruneck, Italy. The design team consists of ten architects of different nationalities. For Pedevilla, architectural design is the process of consciously dealing with the social, cultural, economic and ecological components of daily life.
This is a building used as a natural park management station. It is located in the Kreuzbergpass area with the title of Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage, so the building itself has important strategic significance.
At the same time, this building is also the easternmost entrance of the natural park in the area, and is the starting point for many hiking and mountain leisure activities. The building covers various service functions and provides temporary rain and snow protection for visitors.
The peak form of the buildings exterior refers to the local landscape. The steep and towering roof increases visibility in the distance and makes the building an important local landmark. The outer shell of the building is made of white exposed concrete made of local dolomite, and the interior is a wooden structure made of larch wood.
Decantei - DasWirtshaus
这家旅馆位于布里克森老城区，紧邻一座大教堂，原本的结构可以追溯到 13 世纪。旅馆内部一个阳光明媚的庭院，为餐厅增添了别致的风景。
Located in the old town of Brixen, next to a cathedral, this hotel’s original structure dates back to the 13th century. A sunny courtyard inside the hotel adds a unique scenery to the restaurant.
The structured stained glass windows on the building surface and the use of brass doors and lamps leave traces of history here. The surface of the house is a dark plaster plastered wall, which, together with the local larch wood, creates a relaxing atmosphere.
Decantei - DasWirtshaus
This is a hotel building located in the forest. The black wooden facade of the building blends well with the dark green forest tones, and nature and topography are also integrated with the building.
The orientation of the rooms is facing the mountains. This design is also an explanation of the characteristics of the local architectural typology. The larch wood surrounding the hotel provides a sense of freshness.
In the interior of the hotel, the slightly rough plaster surface and the use of copper elements from nearby copper mines correspond exactly to the colors of the local mountain world.
The Rose of Vierschach
这个项目中，Pedevilla Architects 设计了一个玫瑰色矩形结构，作为南蒂罗尔州Vierschach 镇的消防站。消防站建在靠近奥地利边境的普斯泰里亚山谷中，外形简单而醒目。玫瑰红色凸显了这座新消防站的独创性。
In this project, Pedevilla Architects designed a rose-colored rectangular structure as a fire station in Vierschach, South Tyrol. The fire station was built in the Pusteria Valley near the Austrian border, with a simple and eye-catching appearance. The rose red highlights the originality of this new fire station.
All surfaces of the building are colored with colored concrete, which highlights the overall characteristics of the building.
The irregularity of concrete adds to the characteristics and charm of building surface materials. In this project, the architect achieved the coexistence of high economic efficiency and beauty through a simple structure, a small amount of materials and the shortest possible construction time.
House at MillCreek
This single-family villa is on the cold high ground at the entrance of the Mill Valley. The openings of the square windows of different sizes on the surface of the residence are just facing the important landscape in the surrounding mountains.
The layout of the internal space of the house is staggered and layered, extending from the kitchen and dining area on the ground floor to the spacious living room on the attic. In terms of building materials, the designer chose materials with a uniform texture, such as local sand and white cement, to highlight the integrity of the building.