The kaleidoscope in the castle of Taggenbrunn is a room in the shape of a dodecahedron (from Greek “twelve-sided”; a body with twelve surfaces resp. a Platonic Body consisting of Pentagons) with special optical properties: The use of mirrors and light as well as the lack of right angles, creates multidimensional and fascinating, ever-changing room situations.

The visitor finds himself in the midst of changing figurations and colors that merge into ever new astonishing images.

Spaces, Special