House Sonnberg Kirchberg


Play of light and materials

The chalet on the sunny slope of Kirchberg was designed by the internationally renowned Kitzbühel architects Herbert Günther. Bernd Gruber then developed an interior design with flair and consistency that combines traditional cosiness with contemporary elements. The effortless and yet well thought-out combination of tradition and modernity gives the property a historical identity and a natural charm. In the generous spa area, the play of the materials is further refined; the sillless glass elements connect inside and outside. The overall impression of this refuge is discreetly harmonised by the light of hand-woven aluminium lamps.



January 2013 - August 2013


Conception, execution, construction support



"The result is impressive with the clarity of line throughout the house and the beauty of each piece. Chapeau!”

The client gave us this appreciative feedback after the handover. This was achieved by using high-quality materials such as old spruce and oak wood, Valser granite and textiles such as loden and deerskin. The combination of tradition and modernity, which has been through to the smallest detail, gives the property a historical identity and a natural charm. Sculptures and objects from travels to Bali or Paris are constantly appearing – art that gives the chalet its unique character.