Aufberg 1113 is an architect-designed holiday home with two apartment rentals featuring amazing views over the surrounding Alpine landscape.
How would you describe Aufberg 1110 in a nutshell?
Aufberg 1110 is a minimalist holiday retreat in Salzburger Land, Austria. The two holiday apartments offer modern alpine charm for 2 to 4 people with panoramic views of the Austrian Alps. The building is simple and self-assured, like sculpted out of the hillside. The roof follows the steep slope. Built completely out of wood it is economical, sustainable and warm. The natural larch facade will grow old gracefully and the whole house and its interior was made by Austrian artisans.
Aufberg 1110 is the newest addition to the Aufberg and Taxhof family. What was your inspiration to build another holiday rental?
Aufberg 1113 is run by my mother Berta, the Taxhof by my sisters Elisabeth and Katharina and I wanted to have a challenge as well, next to my job as a fashion designer. Creating something was always part of my life. Building a house is in a way very similar to my work as a fashion designer. A building is very personal — you feel the atmosphere and energy of a room. Because different people are involved, Aufberg 1110 is different from Aufberg 1113, even if the architect is the same.
To you personally, what is so special about Aufberg 1110?
For me it’s living in and with nature through huge windows and terraces facing the beautiful alpine landscape.
What do you particularly like about life in the mountains?
The best thing is the fresh air, the green hills and the sharp mountain skyline. It's a life reduced to the essence without distractions. On a sunny day the stars at night are so clear and close, it’s amazing.
To you personally, what is the biggest reward about renting Aufberg 1110 to holiday guests?
The biggest reward for me are satisfied and relaxed guests which have enjoyed a few days in this special atmosphere and comfort at Aufberg 1110, taking home some good memories.