The official launch marks not only the reopening of the four-star Superior House in new splendor: it also celebrates the new name and spirit of the building. It is the result of a consequential development and the enthusiasm of an individual, high-quality lifestyle, thrilling both regular guests and a new, design-minded target group. Set in a 42 hectare park landscape on an attractive south-facing slope, the building ensemble offers a view across the lake to the Wallberg and the Tegernsee Alps. The ensemble consists of the listed Sengerschloss from 1840 and the guesthouses Quirin, Tegernsee and Wallberg.
DAS TEGERNSEE combines living values and modernity and implements the best of contemporary architecture. The aim is to pamper guests with a feel-good atmosphere and at the same time with a restrained, purist design take account of the requirements of the modern zeitgeist. The residential concept provides clear references to the atmospheric material and form language of modern alpine architecture. A conscious effort was made to use local and traditional materials and process them according to the latest standards. Guests should be able to feel where they are. 37 double rooms in purist design, a 1,400 square meter spa for holistic beauty treatment, and a high-tech conference center for up to 420 persons introduce a new era. “With its name, DAS TEGERNSEE places a whole region at the center, and expresses the deep ties of the Tegernsee valley,” said hotel director Peter Kahl at the opening.
Nomination „Bayerischer Tourismus Architektur Preis „Artouro“ 2011”
Client: Versicherungskammer Bayern
Task: Extension House Wallberg, Rooms and Suites, Wellness and Conference Area
Date of Completion: 2010
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers