The historical house beneath Meran's Lauben arches is a listed building. It was converted into a cultural center with few changes and an unobtrusive design. Next to the elegant hall, still in its original state, the entrance hall of the small building is impressive: it is four stories high with flights of stairs, landings and small platforms crossing it, which provides light for the rooms right down to the ground floor. It's possible to do a tour up to the roof terrace and from here to take the lift back down into the cafe. The rooms are kept a neutral white, with light larch wood flooring, which in combination with a clever lighting concept allow for a neutral background for exhibitions. In addition to the clear structure of the rooms, the meticulously worked out details made of steel and glass also create an impressive effect.