You enter the hall. The spaces have become brighter. Somehow everything seems larger. Less shall be more.
The beautiful, freshly whitewashed house with its front garden is in close proximity to the main square of Sent. Its wooden balcony is noble. Faintly you can hear the village well gurgle. The sycamore had to make way for the geothermal heating, as you realise right away. Environmental friendliness has its price too.
You enter the hall. The spaces have become brighter. Everything seems larger. A certain quiet has set in and neatness calms the eye. Less shall be more. The synthetic clay plaster has given way to white lime and linoleum. A beautiful combination. Now the walls can breathe again – you can hear it.