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Tyrolean cuisine in the Kitzbüheler Land: between rustic and sophisticated


In our Kitchen of the month we introduce you to a kitchen room that accents in Kitchen design and functionality or unusual customer requests. Today: a Tyrolean penthouse with made-to-measure interiors from kitchen to sauna to living room furniture. Executive studio for the Tyrolean cuisine and many more bespoke products: The Kitchen Club in Kirchberg near Kitzbühel. How do you breath one luxurious new building rustic, alpine charm? Carpenter Hannes Vötter did it.

For the new construction of a luxurious condominium With the noble name “Achenresidenz” in Kirchberg, Hannes Vötter not only produced high quality Reclaimed wood kitchens but also equipped the apartments bespoke interior out. Including: saunas, built-in cupboards, beds, tables and the like. The result is a sophisticated residential building that has the cozy Tyrolean style skillfully with modern Minimalism combined. Sublime old wood runs like a red thread through the brand new walls.

Tyrolean cuisine: “Robust, functional and high quality”

For the penthouse on the top floor, the studio manufactured The Kitchen Club in-house Carpentry Reno4 the complete interior. Including a high quality Wooden kitchen, Stone, and glass and with a luxurious Wine cooler.

The challenge: At the time of planning, it was still unclear who did it elegant penthouse actually live in – and use Tyrolean cuisine. So how does it work: planning a kitchen without knowing the needs, habits and tastes of the owner? “Robust, functional and of high quality, those were the requirements,” says Hannes Vötter.

The entire Tyrolean kitchen is made from cracked oak.
The entire Tyrolean kitchen is made from cracked oak. “To crack” means “to break” and alludes to the grain of the oak wood: streaks and cracks in the wood are intentional. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

The studio agreed with the developer on a straightforward, modern kitchen style with handle-less real wood fronts white oiled crack oak. The characteristic of this type of wood is noticeable grain: Streaks and cracks tell the story of the wood and the finished furniture has a natural and lively look.

Half-timbered look: sublime flair with wood from an old farmhouse

For the rustic, homely charisma Hannes Vötter and his team at The Kitchen Club came up with something special for the loft kitchen: he hired a piece of old wood Truss on the ceiling of the ultra-modern new building. The bars come from an old farmhouse and are at least 100 years old according to Hannes Vötter. For the Tyrolean cuisine it has the historical framework reprocessed.

The wooden beams, which look like a half-timbered structure in the brand new building, are original from an old farmhouse.  (Photo: The Kitchen Club)
The wooden beams, which look like a half-timbered structure in the brand new building, are original from an old farmhouse. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

That is contrasted massive reclaimed wood the kitchen furniture is characterized by elements Glass and stone: as the glass sliding doorthat separates the kitchen from the living and dining area in the open space. This is how the team at The Kitchen Club succeeded, if necessary privacy to create and at the same time the generous Loft character to preserve the space.

Tyrolean cuisine: solid stone and old wood with a strong character

The Kitchen Club stands for the characteristic like no other studio Kitzbühel style: Real wood in combination with solid stone gives the kitchen designs from Kirchberg an unmistakable alpine charm.

For the penthouse kitchen in the attic, Hannes Vötter used a stone worktop with a broken edge with the mystical name
For the penthouse kitchen in the attic, Hannes Vötter used a stone worktop with a broken edge with the mystical name “Night Pearl”. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

The Premium idea this kitchen planning is also in the choice of the Electrical appliances consistently implemented: oven and dishwasher are from Miele, Liebherr sets the fridge / freezer combination. There is no visible extractor hood: the downdraft fan BORA Professional diverts the cooking vapors downwards and, thanks to its inconspicuous appearance, ensures that the open space retains its clean appearance.

By the way: In the Private kitchen from carpenter and kitchen planner Hannes Vötter move at least every two years new electrical appliances a. Why? “To put new products through their paces – I have to be able to advise my customers competently.”


“The Prosecco is already chilled”: Buying property à la Kitzbühel

The installation of a wall-filling, sophisticated wine cabinet with showcases and integrated Drinks fridge At first it seems daring when you consider that at the time of planning the kitchen nothing was known about its future users.

Hannes Vötter knows them Expectations the buyers in and around Kitzbühel but exactly: “Real estate is becoming a trend here right now completely furnished and furnished to hand over: from glasses to dishes to bed linen, towels and Bathrobes. Even the Prosecco is already chilled. The buyers can then move in directly – a suitcase is sufficient. “

A Liebherr wine refrigerator, lined with a drinks cabinet and showcases, is the heart of Tyrolean cuisine.  Atmospheric LED lighting and decorative glass fronts loosen up the design optically and make the massive cabinet look like living room furniture.  (Photo: The Kitchen Club)
A Liebherr wine refrigerator, lined with a drinks cabinet and showcases, is the heart of Tyrolean cuisine. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

Tyrolean cuisine with a custom-made dining area

For the open dining area Hannes Vötter’s team made one massive table on: The beams made of old oak were first planed and then glued, brushed and naturally oiled. A table frame from naturally waxed raw steel complete the solid wooden table with a modern, industrial touch. “This is one of the most beautiful tables I’ve ever made,” says Hannes Vötter, not without a little sadness in his voice. Whether it is difficult for him, such self-made unique items give away? we ask. “I am now used to giving hand-made things”.

The solid oak top with lively grain continues the design concept of the Tyrolean kitchen through to the dining area.  (Photo: The Kitchen Club)
The solid oak top with lively grain continues the design concept of the Tyrolean kitchen through to the dining area. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

The Red thread Interior design continues right through to the living area: Hannes Vötter also connects the wall from the outside sunburned old wood made of spruce. Wall shelves and a floating shelf board in light gray beige add a modern, minimalist note to the rustic old wood.

This is how real estate in Kitzbüheler Land is sold today: fully furnished with matching accessories and small furniture.  Targeted accents in red give the Tyrolean penthouse a stylish finish.  (Photo: The Kitchen Club)
This is how real estate in Kitzbüheler Land is sold today: fully furnished with matching accessories and small furniture. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

Consistent design right through to the sauna

For the exquisite penthouse Hannes Vötter not only designed the kitchen: also one Built-in sauna The Kitchen Club manufactured in the in-house joinery Reno4. Here the experienced carpenter implemented the motto of the penthouse just as consistently: ultra-modern and equally that Tyrolean style following.

Hannes Vötter clad the sauna from the manufacturer TPI from Frankenburg in Upper Austria with old wood.  The stove behind the wall is cleverly hidden and also encased in chopped old wood.  (Photo: The Kitchen Club)
Hannes Vötter clad the sauna from the manufacturer TPI from Frankenburg in Upper Austria with old wood. The stove behind the wall is cleverly hidden and also encased in chopped old wood. (Photo: The Kitchen Club)

The sauna has Smart home functions: It can be conveniently controlled while on the move via an app. So after a frosty day on the ski slopes, the user can go straight to the perfectly tempered sauna climb – a successful evening the Kitzbühel way.

Reclaimed wood fixtures: Alpine charm

With the varied internals Carpenter Hannes Vötter has, so to speak, settled in the Kirchberger Achen residence walk-in portfolio created. The custom-made products are characterized by high-quality waste wood that is used in craftsmanship was processed into rustic and modern pieces of furniture.

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