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gaupenraub
 
location Winden Am See
function museum
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In 1965 Wander Bertoni purchased an abandoned water mill with adjacent house and barn in the midst of vineyards in Winden near Lake Neusiedl. Step by Step, he lovingly restored and adapted all the buildings. In 2001 he had his friend, the architect Johannes Spalt (who recently died), erect a gallery pavilion right next to his studio. The place itself has an amazingly powerful aura; moreover, the buildings surround an utterly idyllic garden with a pond. The newcomer, the museum for the egg collection, though aligned with the water mill tower, the house and the studio, is at the same time outside the self-contained ensemble. It stands beside the entrance drive and creates a kind of entrance gate in conjunction with the gallery pavilion.

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Egg Museum
Address
Gritschm├╝hle 1
Austria
http://www.eiermuseum.com
Project is public!
Completion 3- 2010
Floor area/size 180 m2
Architectgaupenraub
Client Waltraud und Wander Bertoni
 
Project ID 8838
Latitude/Longitude 47°57'26N 16°44'48E
Contributed by mymimoa
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