The peculiarity of the topographic conditions and the uniqueness of its usage are what make the Bergisel a sporting and cultural hotspot. A reponse sympathetic to the traditional - historical burden of the place is the focus of this proposal.
The location of the Tyrolean struggle for freedom cannot be under the rule of various interest groups, whether this be the shooter, the hunter or the high altitude athlete. Bergisel is a focal point for Innsbruck's urban population. It is an unrivaled natural hybrid, shaped by art, leisure and sporting success. The content of this project is the create an extension of the culture of the city, which is expressed by a sequesnce that leads from Bierstindl to the Cyclorama. Other moments along this sequence are the Imperial Hunting Museum's tower and cafe-restaurant. The concept for the exhibition features a spacious ramp, which opens up the museum's premises. Non-comercial areas such as the viewing platform, path, and accompanying art installations act as additional attractions. The solitary towers, in scale, exist in the same realm of obelisks, monuments, and the hill itself. Last but not least, the culminates in a high crown of trees, in the most exposed position of the site.
Kathrin Aste, Frank Ludin, Alexander Mühlauer