Ötzi Peak 3251m is a viewing platform made of weathering steel built by architecture studio Network of Architecture at the peak of Schnals Valley Glacier ridge in South Tyrol, Italy.
Perched 3,251 metres above sea level, hence its name, the viewpoint looks towards Austria over an alpine landscape.
Network of Architecture built the viewpoint at the top of the ridge, near to the Hotel Grawand, which claims to be the highest hotel in Europe.
The Corten steel viewing platform is an added attraction for hotel guests and visitors to the remote spot.
Also the  glass railing at the end of this platform provides an unobstructed view of the alpine scene and the glacier below.
Let's take a look: