Striving for perfection
All projects of Archisphere, the architecture and interior design studio based in Vienna and Zurich, are the visible expression of a clear philosophy: The studio uses creativity and precision to create buildings and interiors together with the clients that arouse emotions and tell a story. The claim is already in the name Archisphere - a symbiosis of architecture and atmosphere.
The studio's portfolio showcases the architects’ and interior designers’ constant pursuit of perfection, which they strive to fulfil in very distinctive projects. Their vast experience has been gained from working mainly in the luxury segment of the hotel and hospitality indus-tries, as well as in developing exclusive private residences. As the following examples will illustrate, our team combines their savoir-faire with exciting new approaches to bring forth the best possible solutions for the client.
In the lobby, which opens onto the park, and in the more than 300 rooms, the interior designers have staged contemporary art. Prince Eugene, the former landlord of the Palais Belvedere and also a patron of the arts, was the inspiration. The Andaz am Belvedere shows how well thought-out interior design can present a story and how a hotel can become a cult surprisingly quickly - even very high up: "My absolute favorite view is from the skybar with the Bevedere in the foreground and Vienna's city center behind it," says architect and managing partner of Archisphere Gabriel Kacerovsky, "preferably at sunset with a drink and good friends."
The poetry of a summer retreat
At Lake Millstätter See, the architects and interior designers of Archisphere wrote the next chapters of a history rich in tradition. Into the Hotel Seeglück Forelle, the first house on the site, they integrated a vision with a promising future: the poetry of a summer resort where you can relax "like in the good old days" was to be preserved. At the same time, guests would be able to enjoy contemporary amenities regardless of the season, whether it's the lake or the snow sparkling in the sun outside. "Vacation is a story you experience and remember," says architect Gabriel Kacerovsky. "That's exactly the challenge Archisphere took on in redesigning the Hotel Seeglück Forelle on Lake Millstättersee."
These three examples illustrate well the miriad of projects in Archisphere’s vast portfolio which includes hotels, restaurants, international offices, and private residences. The studio's activities range from the careful renovation of traditional buildings to the implementation of innovative, cutting-edge approaches. "Our team of employees from seven nations will draw on their cultural and professional knowledge and use it for tasks of any scale”, concludes Gabriel Kacerovsky. This also contributes to the constant broadening of Archisphere’s horizon.