Architect Andreas Gruber is committed to individual architecture with special quality standards and recognition value. Quality with consideration of sustainable, socio-economic interests is the highest premise, both in object planning and in the planning of new settlement landscapes and public space. Respectful and extremely careful is his treatment of the natural landscape. He loves special challenges.
In addition to object planning, architect Andreas Gruber is also an expert in spatial planning, implementation planning and ensemble protection.
In addition to object planning, architect Andreas Gruber is also an expert in spatial planning, implementation planning and ensemble protection. Andreas Gruber leitet Seminare und wirkt als Fachjuror in Architekturwettbewerben für Objektplanung und Siedlungsplanung mit.
His focus in object planning includes residential buildings, hotel buildings, agricultural or commercial businesses, new buildings, conversions or renovations. For him, quality means innovative, state-of-the-art building culture that has its roots in tradition. One focus is on hotel construction.
In his designs for object buildings or implementation planning, Gruber is inspired by the characteristics and history of the site and its surroundings. His buildings are anchored in the culture of the place and the country. They are borne by respect for the South Tyrolean landscape and cultural awareness. For him, architecture is identity and history. According to Gruber, the built object must express the identity, idiosyncrasy and history of the client. In this sense, he develops for each client a very individual, tailored to him, so to speak, “tailor-made” architecture. Gruber’s buildings are not mass-produced but custom-made; they are meant to be client-specific works of art or jewels.