Mario Merz has built houses repeatedly: elementary forms that function to protect or to allow gatherings. His houses are usually igloos with dome-shaped supporting structures that can be set up and taken down like a nomad’s tent. In comparison, the “Casa sospesa”, the “Suspended House”, is a completely different kind of building. On a light frame of bamboo canes it hovers weightlessly above the ground. With an informative text by Christel Sauer and atmospheric, full-format photographs from the installation at the Hallen für Neue Kunst.