The Prachenskyhof is one of the most modern buildings in in Geigenbühel – the most beautiful part of Seefeld in Tyrol.
Built in 1969 by the well-known Tyrolean architect and artist Michael Prachensky, the house impresses with a harmonious blend of modern materials, bright, light-flooded rooms, and traditional wooden elements. Michael and his son, Alexander, still live and work in the house, and the walls are a gallery of their work.
The atmospheric and unique ambience of the house is enhanced by its excellent location away from the hustle and bustle, but just a few minutes' walk from the town centre.
Prachensky’s first work was the Prachenskyhof in Seefeld, in which he was able to use the “Stuttgart School” philosophy of cross-storey penetrations for the first time.