It is well known that opposites attract each other; to want to combine them into a "complete work" is often a venture. Examples of this can be found in everyday life as well as in history, art or architecture - and in the 13th district of Vienna.
Not far from SchĂ¶nbrunn Palace, a private villa built in 1903 in the Historical Style on an old ground of 2,400 square metres is set in the limelight. In just under 15 months, the faĂ§ade of the villa, which is protected by the so-called "Esem Blood", was renovated according to original plans, and the interior of the building was completely gutted and redesigned. Glass and natural stone, daylight and design dominate. In the light-flooded spaciousness of the foyer, space and tranquillity unfold, while the view glides "upwards" over the staircase. Two further living levels can of course also be reached via the elevator, just like the basement.