Studio Claudia Unterhauser
M | + 39 392 5747347
I grew up in South Tyrol and after completing secondary school in creative arts, I studied architecture in Vienna. I then spent time abroad in the USA and Spain and after graduating from the Vienna University of Technology, I worked in Vienna until 2013. Subsequently, I decided to go to Barcelona to pursue postgraduate studies in “Interior design for hotels and new hosteling” at the Elisava Design University.
After my extended time abroad, I was drawn back to my home country. I started with my first project "Alter Schlachthof" in Brixen and became more and more involved with interior design.
Today, I see myself as a creative link between architecture, interior design, and design. I dedicate myself to the architectural and interior design of existing or newly planned hotels, restaurants, bars, holiday flats and private residences through to the concept development of revitalizations of dilapidated building structures.
Revitalizing existing buildings and adapting them to the requirements of today's world.
Creating unmistakable harmony through the perfect interplay of space and design.
Creating new objects and bringing them into balance with the interior and exterior.
For me, my work is far from a copy & paste approach. The basis of every project is to find out what residents or owners want and need, what is ideal for the building and the implementation process. Based on this approach, I develop ideas, which can range from plain and simple to colorful and unusual, while the wishes and interests of my clients remain the focal point.
Through the coordinated interplay of space, form, material, color, and light, an individually created overall concept is developed. To achieve the best possible and holistic result for my clients, I coordinate everything, right down to the tableware, decorative elements, and graphic details, such as the homepage, logo, etc. Also, I collaborate with architects, graphic designers and craftsmen who can implement my concepts in the best manner possible.