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Architectural Monument Langmatt
«Built in 1901» claims the memorial stone in front of the entrance to the Art Nouveau villa designed by architect Karl Moser. But the Langmatt was built neither in a day nor in a year. Since the Brown family moved into their stately home, it has undergone a series of structural metamorphoses that tell of changing demands. The growing collection of paintings, for example, soon demanded a gallery extension, or the interior decoration was partly adapted to the French origins of the Impressionists. Historical plans, correspondence and building invoices, photographic views and architectural trouvailles trace the eventful history from an intimate place of work and residence to a museum open to the public.
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