A house always enters a dialogue. In this case, it’s a dialogue between the tradition and the surrounding agricultural buildings. It listens and tells of constancy and development. Of consistency and change. From coming, from staying and leaving. It serves as a place for confidential exchange. As a place of dialogue in two respects. Outwardly as well as inwardly. The farmhouse in Schwendt shelters more than 600 years of history. That is more than 600 years of dialogue. Our mission was to let this dialogue continue.