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Marble Corner Salon

Photo Marble Corner Salon © BPD/imb
The colour gold and red marble dominate the corner salon that was redesigned in 1947. photo: BPD/imb

A door from the Congress Hall opens into the Marble Corner Salon that was also severely damaged during the war. The architect Oswald Haerdtl, who was responsible for the entire restoration of the Federal Chancellery, was allowed to redesign this room after 1945. He combined red marble with gilded metal, the first of which gave the salon its new name.

The Dollfuss Memorial © BKA/imb
The Dollfuss memorial stone in the Marble Corner Salon photo: BKA/imb