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Lasserhaus - history meets Italian design

The Hotel Lasserhaus has opened in Brixen. A new address in South Tyrol for lovers of Italian design.  

A former aristocratic residence dating back to 1642 in Brixen was extensively 

renovated and reopened by Milan-based architects Vudafieri Saverino & Partners.  

With its grey façade and colourful paintings, the Lasserhaus is one of the oldest houses in the Alpine town of Bressanone/Brixen. The building, which dates back to 1642, is located on the banks of the Eisack and at the entrance to Stufels, the town's historic

quarter. The former aristocratic residence has now been extensively renovated by Milan-based architects Vudafieri Saverino & Partners and opened as an art hotel. 


Modern art in a historic setting.  

During the renovation work, the architects took care to preserve the facade, the cross vault and the lion fresco at the entrance. They furnished the ten rooms 

with stylishly curved sofas in soft orange or reed green, velvet upholstery, designer lighting, fine woods and exclusive parquet flooring. 

Modern art installations are intended to form a contrast to the historical elements. Austrian media artist Peter Kogler, for example, has lined the walls of the historic wine cellar 

with one of his typical serial patterns. Tendrils and spheres that appear to be circling

create an illusionistic, almost psychedelic sense of space. Artist Esther Stocker has once again created the work "Thoughts and Planets" for the hotel and Ingrid Hora's "wall bars" play with memories of childhood indoor sport halls.  

Host Lissi Tschöll is delighted with the successful renovation: " Finally, one of the most beautiful houses in Brixen is coming back to life. Our first guests are delighted with the mixture of historical substance and Italian lifestyle." 

Source: Tophotel 

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