It feels like a perfect fit: a Viennese Venetian palace hosts Vienna’s first palace of analogness, SUPERSENSE. Built as a one of a kind homage to Venice, the Dogenhof (or Doge’s Palace) did not loose any of his fascinating flair over the centuries. The original Doge’s Palace in Venice was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice which makes the Viennese miniature version an even more divine home to the new analog center of the world. In the course of its restoration directed by architect Reinhard Muxel, SUPERSENSE’s home was carefully redesigned in respect of the historic structure of the building and its original design. Square meters of gold leaf were used to cover the stucco and to enhance the imperial feel of the building while a modernist pattern was designed especially for the tiles floor in the bar area. Interior designers Robin Molenaar and Yvonne Krisch browsed their incredible furniture warehouse, flea markets and even built customized furniture to transform a long forgotten architectural treasure into SUPERSENSE, the most unique and magic store in the whole of Vienna.