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Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol

Italy

The South Tyrolean town of Kaltern is home to a most unusual structure: The sun-deck "hovers" on six idiosyncratically shaped supporting cores, with the swimming pool sunk into the middle of it. Stringent fair-faced concrete specifications, complex geometries and non-tied supporting cores – these were among the challenges which the various Doka formwork systems had to address.

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Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol

Project data

Year of completion
2006
Project duration
12 Months
Country
Italy
Address
Località San Giuseppe al Lago 16
Postcode
39052
Town or city
Kaltern Lido, South Tyrol
Contractors
Zimmerhofer S.p.A., Campo Tures (BZ)
Structure
Sports/leisure facilities and public function halls
Type of structure
Fair-faced concrete
Architect
Ernst J. Fuchs, Wien the next ENTERprise-architects

Shaft / core

Construction method
Fair-faced concrete
Number of storeys
1
Structure height
5 m
Form-facing
Formwork sheet 3-SO
Form-tie pattern
Non-tied
Type of edge
Sharp edge