The Timmelsjoch Experience Garnets by Werner Tscholl

Werner Tscholl Architects designed one of several architectural sculptures that are part of the Timmelsjoch Experience in the mountains of Austria/Italy.

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A road, once a mule track, links the Passeiertal valley and the Ötztal valley. Over thousands of years, unique similarities between the two valleys evolved, triumphing over the natural boundary created by the mountains. Architectural sculptures located at several stopping places along the road, enlighten travellers about the natural surroundings, the history, the culture, the communities and the economy of the region. Explore the sculptures, expand your horizons, take the Timmelsjoch Experience.

Standing on the rocky hillside near Stuls, a stunning view down to the village of Moos and across the far end of the Passeiertal valley opens up before you. Two garnets, modelled on the geological rock formations found in the Passeiertal valley, serve as an exhibition room and a viewing platform.

Visit the Werner Tscholl website – here.

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