This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg

This 200-stall, three-level underground parkade in the historic core of Merano explored a novel concept of sunken patios and light wells to bring fresh air, daylight and a feeling of safety to the lowest levels, often a severe problem in this building type. Completed 2004, construction cost 2.8 million Euro.

Florian Maurer Architect in association with Dr. Arch Heinrich Zoeschg