If you find yourself in the Italian Alps, do make a point to vist the Obereggen Alpine Hut, keeper of ancient, awe-inspiring views and housing a world-class restaurant just off direct cable connection to a nearby ski slope.
Designed by Peter Pichler Architecture, the three-piece Oberholz Alpine Hut is perched more than 6,500 feet above sea level in the Italian Alps, boasting huge panoramic windows that offer unparalled views of the Dolomites and three dining areas for maximum views.
Alpine Hut (6 images)
Constructed from wood both inside and out, the interior of the hut “is defined by a complex, curvilinear and visible wood structure” that leads to the walls and creates intimacy “pockets.” Embedded into the hillside like a mountain goat’s hooves, the “cantilevering structure grows out of the hill like a fallen tree with three main branches creating a symbiosis with the landscape.”
Open for business for yor next summer fun or a winter getaway, you can plan your visit here. Come for the views, stay for the food (and more views).