Bürgenstock Hotel 5(뷔르겐스톡 호텔 5)은 Bürgenstock Resort(뷔르겐스톡 리조트)의 심장부이자 중심 명소에 위치해 있는데 이 인상적인 건물은 Hotel Palace와 Bürgenstock SPA 사이에 자연스럽게 섞여 있으며 루체른(Lucerne) 북쪽과 맞닿아 있다. 새 호텔과 인테리어의 디자인 컨셉은 전설적인 영화의 장면을 기반으로 했다. 제임스 본드 시리즈 중 "Gold-finger"를 모티브로 한 호텔의 계획 설계로 Rüssli Architekten의 팀이 2010 Architecture Competition에서 우승했다.
전체 호텔 시설은 2개 건물을 하나의 대형 L 자형 건물로 단순화되었다. 이 개입으로 뷔르겐 스톡 호텔 본관과 호텔 팰리스 사이에 넓고 오픈된 북쪽 테라스가 생겼다. 그 사이의 공간은 도시 경관에 긍정적 영향을 미치는데, 피아자를 통해 테라스에 방해받지 않고 접근하면 루체른 호수(Lucerne Lake)의 장관을 감상할 수 있다.
The new Bürgenstock Hotel 5* superior today forms the heart and the central attraction of the Bürgenstock Resort. The imposing building blends in naturally between the Hotel Palace and the Bürgenstock SPA and is aligned to the north towards Lucerne. The design concept for the new hotel and its interior is based on scenes from legendary films. With its “Gold-finger” planning design, our team from Rüssli Architekten won the 2010 Architecture Competition.
Concept and materialization
The overall hotel facility has been simplified from two buildings to one single, large, L-shaped building. This intervention created a spacious, public north terrace between the main building of the Bürgenstock Hotel and the Hotel Palace. The space between has a positive effect on the townscape. The unimpeded access to the terrace via the piazza affords spectacular views over Lake Lucerne.
Architects: Rüssli Architekten AG
Location: Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort, 6363 Obbürgen, Switzerland
Lead Architects: Justin Rüssli & Ana Simunovic
Area: 27500.0 m2
Project Year: 2017
The new hotel sits prominently on the Bürgenstock rock, 875 meters above sea level. The facade is encased in pale Sellenberg limestone and rises like a skyscraper above the glass base. With its grey-brown structure, the stone is similar to the natural Bürgenstock rock. The materialization of the facade picks up the themes of the hotel’s historical background and complements these with modern design. From afar, the building looks like it has been hewn from the rock itself. The stone facade contrasts mainly with the metal elements such as the post and mullion glazing and the punch windows. These are, just like the striking canopies, in an elegant bronze tone. The loggias are decked in thermal ash.
As a historical outdoor space, the piazza has been optimally integrated into the new boulevard and underscores the unique atmosphere. The piazza is a meeting place and destination with many possibilities for utilization. It can play host to cinema and theatre performances in the summer and, in winter, a Christmas market adorns the square.