Fire Stations are typically seen as large brick and mortar buildings with very little style. However, this modern fire station in Thal, Austria has completely broken the mold. Built in 2011, the structure was designed by Dietrich / Untertrifaller Architekten. Unlike the stations most of us are used to, this design abandons the traditional brick design and opts for something a little more stylish. Inside, the station has the typical bells and whistles as well as some very cool additions. As the project’s description states, “The top floor with a classroom, village archives, an office and auxiliary rooms opens to the village boundary, thus signaling the public function of the building.” With an incredible design both inside and out, this fire house is truly one of a kind. Take a look this beautiful fire station in Austria by Dietrich / Untertrifaller Architekten.
From the outside, it is impossible to tell that this structure if a fire station. A trendy design that features lots of large windows give this fire station a beautiful modern design.
A minimalist design allows this locker room to be simple and practical.
With no detail spared, this amazing wooden room can be used for several purposes.
Natural light has been proven to have positive effects on mental and physical health. Large windows in this classroom provide a bright design that may help promote learning.
Staying true to its roots as a fire station, this design leaves room for all of the traditional components that help firefighters do their job.
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