Guests feel truly at home in the charming maisonette, comprising a living area downstairs and a bedroom above.
The artist Marilù Eustachio has succeeded in adding a pictorial structure to the space with her group of works “Costellazione”: after years of examining the potential of abstraction, Marilù eventually succeeded in finding a very personally interpreted figuration. Graphic techniques such as ink, pastel and water paints dominate in her works. Her characteristic subjects are intimate: large, expressive heads, androgynous figures, or still life and flowers.
The seating group on the living level is completed with a work by the artist. Three stepped, horizontal-format works entice guests up to the sleeping level. For, upstairs, a very special dream-like experience awaits them: the artist has attached a constellation consisting of flower motifs on the sloping ceiling over the bed, inviting the beholder to contemplate, fantasise, dream – by day as well as night.
Erich Torggler (1899 – 1938) completes the “Constellation” with his work “Rückenakt” (Nude back) produced in 1925. Initially Torggler was an exponent of an expressive style influenced by Egger-Lienz, then in the mid 1920s his work became more calm and matter-of-fact.