The excavations at the Roman villa in Brederis offer important insights on Roman settlement history in the Feldkirch area. A walk-in sculpture was planted between the remnants of the foundations of two different house types. The disc-like tower and the space creating wall fragments along a trapezoid-shaped plateau stage the location in front of the collection of findings. The use of corten steel throughout permeates the site with a historic aura and underscores the sculpted effect of the free form that helps make the excavation site a landmark.
Description by architects