Not only classic garden pavilions, but also artistically decorated and newly interpreted forms of pavilions decorate the Botanic Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
Various artistic pavilions decorate the Garden Worlds of Trauttmansdorff Castle. They were conceived by the group of artists Steiner and the artist Margit Klammer, which also designed the aviary. The execution planning was carried out by architect Wolfram Pardatscher. Instructive and aesthetic at the same time, these pieces of art represent a bridge between nature and arts and are really eye-catching.
Fascinating is for example the "Scent Organ", offering a guessing game on scents of Mediterranean plants. Another walk-in pavilion presents the form of a round cactus, while the next piece of art features colourful bars with carillons soaring in the sky and representing flowers and plants in spring. The interior of a steal cupola, however, features plexiglass platelets reflecting variations of light and shade of leaves. Another pavilion represents houses and alleys of the Mediterranean area.
To cut a long story short: arts and nature are connected in a unique way and the pavilions leave space for own interpretations. An adventure for all the senses!