Sailing along the coast an old ruin was discovered. It was the only house that looked different to all the other neighboring houses with signs of old traditions and charm. The physiognomy of the construction was fascinating as it stood isolated amidst a wide-open space, slightly sloped towards the sea.
The land around the ruin was unique for the area and flowed into a rocky coastline, which appeared to be less steep and rough than the land preceding or following it. Retaining something of the original impression of the place became quite a challenge. What initially was meant to be become a holiday home for the family was soon made accessible to our friends.
Professor of the Art Academy in Düsseldorf. Partner of the architectural office Ortner & Ortner Baukunst in Vienna and Berlin.
Studied architecture at the University of Technology in Vienna. Works as architect, designer and art director in film productions.
Landscaping architect with headquarter in Antwerpen. Renowned worldwide as creator of new directions in garden-arts.