Bostalsee Hotel

Hotel comprising a skeleton construction out of reinforced concrete with swimming pools
Client: 
HotelKultur GmbH & Co.KG, Nonnweiler - D
Architect: 
GRAFT, Berlin / Wenzel+Wenzel, Stuttgart
Country: 
Germany
City: 
Nohfelden
Completion: 
2017
Caption: 
GRAFT Architekten

The client is implementing the new construction of a hotel at the Bostalsee, Germany. This lake in the north of Saarland is an important tourist magnet located at the tri-border region of Germany, France and Luxembourg. The building designed by GRAFT Architects based in Berlin is a lodge-inspired hotel with focus on wellness and pleasure. The four-storey building is harmoniously embedded into the surroundings and partly set into the sloping landscape. The main load-bearing structure was designed as a reinforced concrete frame construction with flat slabs as well as bracing cores, columns and walls. Over the top floor there will be a steel frame structure offering maximum flexibility for the internal fitout or future modifications. The wellness area consists of several pool basins cast in watertight concrete with an additional waterproof layer.

Projektnummer: 
0431