The architect Walter Angonese and the artist Manfred Alois Mayr are a congenial duo. Angonese understands how to cautiously transform the core and character of old buildings and lead them into the present, he also understands how to create new buildings with traditional elements, shapes and local materials. Manfred Alois Mayr succeeds in transforming architecture through colour into a unique overall composition.
He crosses and thoroughly studies the construction site, sucks its atmosphere in, and, like a dowser searches for the impulse to make his colour intervention work. The result of their interplay, embedded in a lovely landscape and surrounded by splendid mansions, vineyards and sacred buildings, is a small garden of Eden that makes you say:" Here I want to be, here I want to stay."