• bus station Markt Oberstdorf
    Markt Oberstdorf (D)

    competition 2016

    The planned north-west / south-east-oriented bus station is covered with a “wafer thin” triangular roof panel, enabling users to access all ports and even the station building itself without getting wet.
    The aluminium composite panels on the underside of the roof are printed with a Bavarian blue-and-white sky pattern. These clouds give the roof a sense of lightness regardless of the weather, and also play with the theme of regional baroque ceiling frescoes.



  • Round skylights fitted flush into the roof allow daylight into the centre of the station. On top, the roof features typical, slightly inclined copper flashing, seamlessly blending in with the shapes and materials of the existing roofing.
bus station Markt Oberstdorf
Markt Oberstdorf (D)

competition 2016

The planned north-west / south-east-oriented bus station is covered with a “wafer thin” triangular roof panel, enabling users to access all ports and even the station building itself without getting wet.
The aluminium composite panels on the underside of the roof are printed with a Bavarian blue-and-white sky pattern. These clouds give the roof a sense of lightness regardless of the weather, and also play with the theme of regional baroque ceiling frescoes.



Round skylights fitted flush into the roof allow daylight into the centre of the station. On top, the roof features typical, slightly inclined copper flashing, seamlessly blending in with the shapes and materials of the existing roofing.