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Inspiring nature
The gardens adorning Lalique Museum were created at the same time and are displayed following three different universes. The square is inspired by minerals, the interior space by flowers, and the green roof by woodlands. The gardens, designed by Neveux and Rouyer, pay homage to nature, which was a significant source of inspiration for René Lalique's creations. In front of the museum stands the Hochberg castle, initially named Teutsch castle, from the family who had it built. The former house of René Lalique, the edifice was constructed on the site of the Hochberg glassworks, which closed in 1868. It now belongs to Silvio Denz, president of the Lalique crystal glass-making factory.
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