Hide Away: Bivacco Claudio Brédy hikers' hut

2 min read

A hiding place, a refuge, a sanctuary – a place where you can feel secure and can find an inner sanctum. The awareness we are part of one big picture – on one's own yet open and connected to the entire environment. Extroverted and at the same time introverted – depending on your perspective. It is always important to be able to change your point of view and that might also mean changing your current location.

Bivacco Claudio Brédy
Vertosan Valley, Aosta (2528 m),
Italy, 2019
Architecture: BCW Collective
Chiara Tessarollo, Skye Sturm
and Facundo Arboit
Photography: YACademy Bologna,
BCW Collective

High up, at 2528 meters, the Bivacco Claudio Brédy hikers' hut in Italy's Aosta valley towers proudly over a rocky outcrop. The large window skilfully frames the mountainous landscape and provides an uninterrupted outlook.

Photo by BCW Collective
Photo by BCW Collective

 

The summit is not just a slice of rock and snow to be conquered, it is more, a metaphor for the meaning of life that is lost without a goal, a desire, a dream that keeps the light of our humanity turned on.

Claudio Brédy

 


Wanderlust

Discovering the world, gaining new experiences, travelling – humans want adventure, to be free and explore foreign cultures. This has always been in their nature. But there can be many facets of being on the road, both big and small. We need inspiration from our outside surroundings in order to grow and create our lives, design our spaces and our architecture in harmony.

In the second publication from our series of books – and after looking at the significance of home – we give a platform to the places of longing and the locations we travel to. We uncover new sources of inspiration, capture moods and impressions, and reveal architectural insider tips.

Order the ROUTEBOOK now

Are you an interior designer or architect? Then order our exclusive "Look and Feel" book free of charge and let yourself be touched visually, ideally and haptically.

Order now To the archive
Order Routebook