When dialogue and skilled craftmanship
make the difference
Entrusting knowledgeable artisans makes a considerable difference when renovating a precious interior; especially if you are dealing with a well preserved historical castle. Built in an elegant mixture of styles (the result of the layering of more than 800 years of architectural evolution), Schloss Hollenegg is the family home of Italian curator Alice Stori Liechtenstein, her husband and their children.
"The castle mostly features 18th-century Chinese wallpapers and Chinese silks; yet there are also a lot of areas - especially those that are not strictly inside - that are coloured with paint. When restoring a room, we use only lime-based natural paints: We do not use oil-based coatings or solvents to ensure that the walls are breathing. This is fundamental for us”
explains Stori Liechtenstein.