Our passion and drive have been instrumental to the success of numerous projects both domestically and all around the world.
All of those projects have different characteristics, different background stories and different specific requirements.
But each and every one of them embodies our whole experience.
They are all unique.
From industrial hangars to high-bay warehouses, from bold suspension bridges to glass skyscrapers in the world’s largest cities, we have realised more than 2000 projects over the years.
The following selection showcases our various areas of competence.
Flöckner und Schnöll Architekten
New foyer building for the International Mozarteum Foundation
The ‘glass project’ developed by the architecture firm Maria Flöckner & Hermann Schnöll in Salzburg is a fully glazed, new building made to connect the two wings of the Mozarteum – the world-famous Grosser Saal and the main section – with each other. PICHLER projects is in charge of realising this spectacular glass-and-steel structure, an important and long-awaited milestone in the 140-year history of Salzburg’s International Mozarteum Foundation.
More than one hundred tonnes of black steel, specially treated with oil, were used for the foyer. Each steel component weighed between five and six tonnes and was manufactured at the PICHLER projects factory in Bolzano. The polished stainless-steel panels used for the interior area were perforated on one side. On the other side, virtually invisible acoustic foil was attached to optimise the acoustics of the building. The glazing used for the floor and roof is a special solution, too.
On the ground floor of the Stadtfoyer building, an extended lobby and cloakroom was built across 200 square metres. The wall fountain on the bulwark at ground level, which already featured in architect Berndl’s original plans, was incorporated into the overall concept for the first time. In addition to these modifications, the concert halls were modernised, and the bastion garden was integrated into the concert venue. The reopened building of the International Mozarteum Foundation is one of Europe’s most modern concert halls.
Doors and windows