Our systems tour the globe...

Rio - Bermuda - Pyeongchang

In cooperation with our Austrian partner Herbert Pöchlauer KG we produced systems for his customer hochsitz.at which now provide a pleasant and open atmosphere during the most prestigious sports events at the most beautiful places all around the world.

  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Bermuda
  • Pyeongchang

Olympic Summer Games 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Swiss House was one of THE attractions during 2016 Olympic Summer Games conveying the way of life in the Swiss Alpes region.
TEUFELBESCHLAG's stacking - sliding units (HSW-systems) are premounted and directly shipped to the event location in containers.
Masses of visitors and extraordinary climatic conditions - no problem at all for the stacking - sliding unit Series 750 with 20 panels in the special DB703 finish!
After the final ceremony everything is demounted, re-packed and sent on to the next event.


America's Cup 2017, Bermuda

At its second stop, hochsitz.at's pavilion paid a visit to legendary America's Cup on the beautiful island of Bermuda. Visitors of the world's oldest and most prestigious sailing competition were able to enjoy the scenic views and amazing settings even from within the pavilions thanks to our glass walls.
For this event we additionally supplied four miniMOline sliding units, three of which with softStop on both sides and already mounted on glass, as well as the fittings for seven further miniMO units.
Two single-panel electric Variant MD units and 120 metres of profiles for the upper and lower tracks for the wooden partitions were also packed in the container.


Olympic Winter Games 2018, Pyeongchang, South Korea

The constructions at the third stop of our journey are already well advanced. Just in time for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in the South Korean city of Pyeongchang, the Nations' Village will be ready to welcome the best athletes from around the globe.
For the event in Pyeongchang another 325 metres of U-profiles and angle profiles for wooden partitions have been sent to South Korea.

And the journey will continue ...