Main Entrance

Main Entrance

Main Entrance

Main Entrance

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

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    The Hotel Hochschober lies directly on a lake nearly 1,800 meters above sea level, surrounded by the gently rolling Nockberg Mountains. Since the mid-1930s, the family-run hotel has been rebuilt and expanded in various styles, some more successful than others. Mirror Interior was commissioned to refurbish a number of the hotel’s interiors as part of a medium-term refurbishment plan.

    Ground Floor
    Lobby, Reception, Fireside Lounge, Bar
    The redesign of the public areas took into account the hotel’s original 1930s version of “Heimatstil” architecture and the modern alpine style of the lobby, designed in 1965 by South Tyrolean architect Andersag. The outstanding features and design elements were retained and updated with contemporary forms, colors, fabrics and lighting. In keeping with the alpine setting, wood, wrought iron and stone predominate. Mirror Interior designed exclusive patterns for the wool and loden textiles used. Adding to the sophisticated ambience are works by well-known artists such as Herbert Brandl and Barbara Eichhorn, some of which were specially commissioned for the hotel.

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

Rooms

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    Main Building, Refurbished Guest Rooms
    The completely refurbished guest rooms in the main building incorporate all the design elements of the Mirror Interior concept for the hotel: wire-brushed, whitewashed wood panelling, wrought-iron and cast-bronze lighting fixtures, and geometrically patterned wool and linen textiles. The majority of the furnishings and home accessories were specially designed for these rooms and supplied by Austrian craftsmen.
    In line with the organic theme of the design, the chosen color scheme is sand or another natural tone, depending on the type of room, with red and green accents. Each room is decorated with a large wall hanging with floral motifs embroidered in naturally dyed silk yarn. The contemporary interpretation of rustic alpine décor includes, in homage to the traditional country wardrobe, clean-lined furniture in highly structured oak with red-stained interiors. The carved medallion ornament on the nightstands was inspired by butter molds. Sgraffito motifs appear in the hallway wall stencils, on the rugs, and as a decorative collage on the wastebaskets. In the bathrooms, structured surfaces, the broken-edge finish of the stone countertops, and brass appliqués continue the rustic note. The lighting completes the effect.

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

Suites

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    Main Building, Refurbished Guest Rooms
    The completely refurbished guest rooms in the main building incorporate all the design elements of the Mirror Interior concept for the hotel: wire-brushed, whitewashed wood panelling, wrought-iron and cast-bronze lighting fixtures, and geometrically patterned wool and linen textiles. The majority of the furnishings and home accessories were specially designed for these rooms and supplied by Austrian craftsmen.
    In line with the organic theme of the design, the chosen color scheme is sand or another natural tone, depending on the type of room, with red and green accents. Each room is decorated with a large wall hanging with floral motifs embroidered in naturally dyed silk yarn. The contemporary interpretation of rustic alpine décor includes, in homage to the traditional country wardrobe, clean-lined furniture in highly structured oak with red-stained interiors. The carved medallion ornament on the nightstands was inspired by butter molds. Sgraffito motifs appear in the hallway wall stencils, on the rugs, and as a decorative collage on the wastebaskets. In the bathrooms, structured surfaces, the broken-edge finish of the stone countertops, and brass appliqués continue the rustic note. The lighting completes the effect.

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

Library

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    Library, Writing Room, Reading Salon
    Mirror Interior redesigned the rooms occupied by the hotel library down to the last detail. The library contains over 4,000 books and includes a long reading table, brass lighting fixtures, writing alcoves, and a light-flooded reading veranda with an open fireplace where guests can relax with a book on a chaise longue. Numerous small pieces of furniture and accessories were specially designed for the library. Whitewashed wood panelling on the walls and ceiling accentuates the classic modern style.

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

Wellness Area

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    Main Building, Refurbished Guest Rooms
    The completely refurbished guest rooms in the main building incorporate all the design elements of the Mirror Interior concept for the hotel: wire-brushed, whitewashed wood panelling, wrought-iron and cast-bronze lighting fixtures, and geometrically patterned wool and linen textiles. The majority of the furnishings and home accessories were specially designed for these rooms and supplied by Austrian craftsmen.
    In line with the organic theme of the design, the chosen color scheme is sand or another natural tone, depending on the type of room, with red and green accents. Each room is decorated with a large wall hanging with floral motifs embroidered in naturally dyed silk yarn. The contemporary interpretation of rustic alpine décor includes, in homage to the traditional country wardrobe, clean-lined furniture in highly structured oak with red-stained interiors. The carved medallion ornament on the nightstands was inspired by butter molds. Sgraffito motifs appear in the hallway wall stencils, on the rugs, and as a decorative collage on the wastebaskets. In the bathrooms, structured surfaces, the broken-edge finish of the stone countertops, and brass appliqués continue the rustic note. The lighting completes the effect.

Kristall Spa

Kristall Spa

Kristall Spa

Kristall Spa

Kristall Spa

Kristall Spa

Terrace Almzeit

Terrace Almzeit

Terrace Almzeit

Terrace Almzeit

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    The hotel has its own mountain hut on the Turracher Höhe. Perched at an altitude of 1,968 meters, the AlmZeitHütte underwent a makeover that included the addition of a 400 sq m terrace made of larch wood and featuring extensive seating shielded by glass windscreen panels. The new décor, furnishings and geometric motifs gave the traditional alpine refuge a thoroughly contemporary feel.