NOE-Schaltechnik

Multiply curved and esthetically designed

Last year, the existing upper and lower stations of the Dantercepies cable car, Selva di Val Gardena in South Tyrol, were demolished and reconstructed. The extraordinary design using dynamic and organic structural forms came from the architectural office Rudolf Perathoner located in Selva. Furthermore it is characterized by three-dimensionally curved fair-faced concrete elements. Schweigkofler GmbH based in Barbian (South Tyrol) constructed the building at an altitude of 2400 m within a construction period of just 27 weeks. The reconstruction of the stations became necessary since the existing...

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