Exclusive Bühlerhöhe region in Germany, Baden–Baden. In the National Park of Schwarzwald, on the cliffs of Kolberg, the year 1912 an architect Wilhelm Kreis designed the castle as a hospital, however it has never been used according to the primary purpose. 1920-2010m. It hosted a hotel. The renovation purpose of a building, exclusively representing the architecture of the castle, is to manage all kind of extensions and eclectisism of styles that araised over the time, mainly focusing on establishing a new high-level spa center. The left „wing“ currently serving technical facilities and overlooking spectacular mountain panoramas, is selected for the developement. Arcades and viaduct structures, specific to the Roman period, are purposefully extended along the southern facade. A covered terrace with swimming pools, reminescent of the XIX century characteristic crystal structures, becomes as an underlining axis of the complex.
Status: hotel and spa extension
Place: Bühl, Germany