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Gramai Alm by Holzbau Maier

The Gramai Alm lies at an altitude of 1,267 meters above sea level, near Pertisau in the Austrian Alps. Almost 300 m2 of wooden beam walls, 560 m2 of originally chopped old wooden roof trusses and hundreds of square meters of old wooden formwork – originally chopped and sunburnt – as well as countless larch wood shingle roof tiles were planned by the Bamberg master company Holzbau Maier with hsbcad and then installed. A special eye-catcher is the grand entrance portal made of old oak and larch shingle covering, which is more than inviting and makes you curious about what is behind it. The joinery was carried out on a Hundegger system.

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