Born in the Bregenzerwald in 1974, Bernardo Bader founded his architectural firm in 2003. He graduated from the Technical University of Innsbruck in 2001 with honors. The regional connection of architecture and the characteristic relationship between the interiors and the qualities of the immediate surroundings characterizes his work – each project is a unit of nature and culture. Sophisticated and clear at the same time, all the details are worked through and executed perfectly by hand. Since 2006, state-humidified and sworn civilian technician, Bader has been involved in the professional council for space-relevant issues of the country Vorarlberg 2012-2017, in addition to and has been active in several design councils, including the cities of Salzburg and Dornbirn. He teaches at the University of St. Gallen and already since 2012 at the University of Liechtenstein. In addition to numerous regional timber and builder awards and the Weissenhof Architecture Promotion Award for Young Architecture in 2007, Bader received the Piranesi Award in 2012 and 2017, in 2013 he was awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture.
About the project of Chapel Salgenreute, A Dialogue Between a Place and a Man, you can read in Oris 109.
About the project of Alpine Sports Centre, Rustic Finesse, you can read in Oris 126.