We stand for value-oriented building.

With clients, which oblige to values, which feel a sense of beauty and appreciation for design, we feel connected.

Our mission is fulfilled if the object fits well into the landscape. If interiors spread atmosphere. If users are satisfied.

Energy efficiency
Building energy efficient and resource efficient buildings is part of our attitude. Our goal is to save more energy than the law requires and to achieve an energy consumption close to the passive house (15 – 35 kWh / m2a). A well-insulated building and the optimization of the building services technology result in a minimal primary energy requirement, which is generated via roof or façade surfaces. This means ecological and economic sustainability, low operating costs and great comfort both in private homes and in major tourism buildings.

We commit our work also to accessibility in order to enable the participation of all people in public life and the greatest possible self-determination in many situations of life and at any age. Whether in public buildings, nursing homes or in your own home, there are always ways to pave the way to arduous paths and to redesign them right away.

Heike Schlauch

Arch. Mag.arch. Dipl. Ing.(FH)
Architect and Interior Designer

Studies Interior Design, FH Rosenheim

Studies Architecture, Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna, Prof. Hans Hollein

2001 – 2012
raumhochrosen architekturerzeugnisse, Bregenz, in collaboration with Robert Fabach

Member of the board/ Vice President/ President of Central Association of Architects Austria, Regional section Vorarlberg

since 2008
State-authorized and sworn civil engineer

since 2011
Member of the board of the Architectural Institut Vorarlberg (VAI)

Founding member of the initiative tisch: Wir bauen Nachbarschaft! – Communal housing projects for Vorarlberg

since 2013
Heike Schlauch raumhochrosen

Chamber of Architects and Ingenieurs for Tirol and Vorarlberg
Central Association of Architects Austria, Regional section Vorarlberg
Architectural Institut Vorarlberg