In a neo-baroque palace of the Viennese Gründerzeit
The ground floor was used as a commercial enterprise for two generations. A small-scale structure consisting of offices and laboratories was installed, which concealed the existing large and high room structures. The first task was to uncover the original space. Carefully flushing the dark ground floor zone with light again.
The inner courtyard was freed from cars and transformed into a garden, which was planted by Piet Oudolf.
Colour needs light and art in turn illuminates the mind and stimulates the senses.