About Schloss Hollenegg
The project's mission is to support young emerging designers, with the aim of creating space for design research, thinking and critique. Schloss Hollenegg for Design offers one of the few residency programs specifically aimed at designers, as well as organising exhibitions, workshops and symposia centered around design.
The first mention of Schloss Hollenegg dates back to 1163. The long history of Schloss Hollenegg is visible in its architecture, as successive owners added to the original medieval construction over the centuries.

Of particular beauty is the Renaissance courtyard, modelled on the Landhaus in Graz and designed by Francesco Marmoro in the 16th century. The Great Hall (Festsaal) in the north wing was designed by Philipp Carl Laubmann in 1750 with architectural frescoes that imitate a portico open to all sides. The adjacent State Rooms are decorated with Rococo stucco ceilings, French and Chinese wall hangings and 16th and 17th century stoves. Some of the guest rooms on the second floor are still to this day in the Gothic Revival style. In the second courtyard the
Baroque church is used regularly by the parish.
Since 1821, Schloss Hollenegg has been the property of the Liechtenstein family. Alice Stori Liechtenstein lives in Schloss Hollenegg with her family. Her passion for Design and her desire to support Design culture, as well as emerging and talented designers, has brought her to start the project Schloß Hollenegg for Design.
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Schloss Hollenegg for Design Hollenegg 1, 8530 Schwanberg,
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