It is usually the large membrane construction projects with which HP Gasser AG from Lungern/Obwalden underpins its excellent reputation in professional membrane construction. However, large tents, air domes, breathtaking special structures and impressive facades are ultimately worth no more than the comparatively tiny projects with which the Swiss membrane builders make their customers happy.
Such a small but no less interesting object stands in Rüegsauschachen on Lützelflühstrasse in the form of an octagonal garden pavilion with open sides. Here, the owner has thought about how to protect the little house from wind and weather, on the one hand, and how to use it in cooler and windy weather, on the other.
At the end of the thoughts was the idea of an enclosure. This had to match the style of the garden shed and have transparent windows all around. Exactly the thing of the membrane builders from Lungern, who also like to take on such special objects.
After precise measurement of the open garden pavilion, a five-part protective cover including the windows was prefabricated and then mounted on the garden shed with dimensional accuracy. This was done in such a way that the house would still be usable after the wrapping. This would certainly have pleased the wrapping artist Christo, if he were still alive. Now, however, the great joy remains with the owner, who can now use her small garden pavilion not only well protected, but also all year round without compromising its usability. And her guests are equally pleased with the successful implementation of the task.
To maintain the style of the wooden gazebo, the side sliding side walls were kept in a subtle brown. The access is through a zipper that allows to open the enclosure with a perfect fit and comfort.
Even with such small but individual projects, HP Gasser AG shows that it can do more in the membrane construction business sector than just the really big things. And the example shows how interested customers become happy customers who feel in good hands with the membrane construction experts from the canton of Obwalden even for such rather small concerns and wishes.