In the 16th century the building separated two countries from each other. The once traditional restaurant still tells it’s story. It is a baroque building with double pitch roof and two-storied asymmetrical oriels. The facade is decorated with a sun dial and baroque wall paintings from the 18th century. The wall paintings picture saint Notburga and Florian as well as saint Johannes and Paulus. Our goal was to combine the protected monument with modern architecture and to give the building a new glow.