"My grandfather ran the company, and then my parents. Up until last year, high-quality embroidery materials were still being traded from here," says 36-year-old Mathias proudly. "We have left the rooms as they were as far as possible. Just one wall had to be removed." The furniture that was used here had to suit the generous ceiling height of 2.80 m, which in turn allowed the young family to express their creativity with the help of their cabinet maker.
Renovation: modern living in old buildings
A former embroidery works in the town of Lustenau, Austria has been given a completely new look,without losing its original features. The new generation wanted to retain the building's character while integrating state-of-the-art solutions.