Destilat Design Studio’s Gut Wagram estate project is a 4,000m² ensemble that includes business premises, the residential building, and the bathhouse, redeveloped from the ground up and complemented with new buildings due to the original structures’ poor conditions. While the exterior of the residential building has been retained just as it is, exuding hsitoric charm, the interior has been completely redeveloped
The reviatlization has been inspired by historically accurate design, focusing on authentic construction materials and details including handcraft techniques like antique herring-bone-patterened and boarded parquet flooring discovered in 18th and 19th century estates. The stone floor consists of tumbled travertine tiles; walls and ceilings are painted with traditional brushstroke technique; acoustic ceilings were hidden underneath the historic structure’s tons of stucco, and original box windows were restored and furnished with “Histoglass”.
Additionally, destilat developed a comprehensive lighting system to illuminate all of the areas under the best lighting – from the wellness area’s cross vault to the newly developed attic.