HASSLACHER NORICA TIMBER, from wood to wonders
HASSLACHER NORICA TIMBER, from wood to wonders

Hotel village Almdorf Seinerzeit

The hotel village Almdorf Seinerzeit lies 1,400 m above sea level on the slopes of Carinthia's Nockberge biosphere park near Bad Kleinkirchheim in Carinthia, Austria. A total of 51 free-standing huts and chalets located in the two parts of the village called "Fellacher" and "Kleeangerle" merge into a pleasant mountain village on a peacefully situated high plateau. Hasslacher Norica Timber supplied timber materials for the construction of "Kleeangerle", the new part of the village. The special interest here is that steamed spruce was used as the raw material for the timber construction materials. The steaming process gives the wood the desired look of reclaimed wood. This is reinforced still further by brushing.

Project information
Location: Kleeangerle am Falkert
Customer: Carpentry businesses: Hubmann/Weißbriach, Salbrechter/Althofen, Holzbauteam/Kötschach
Architect: Rodlauer Greimeister ZT GmbH
Structural analysis and design: Georg Hubmann GmbH & CoKG
Building owner: Almdorf Seinerzeit Tourismus AG
Year of construction: 2014–2015
Products used: Glue laminated timber and surfaced timber from steamed and brushed spruce, larch roof boards, hand-hewn two-sided planks, larch roundwood for Krainer retaining walls, steamed window scantlings
Special features: Complete delivery direct to the construction site