In a fictional Venice, where mermaids and winged lions make mischief, a gloomy building stands far from the hustle and bustle of the city in the Canal of Outcasts: Acrimboldo's magic mirror workshop.
Some call his work magic, others dismiss it as unholy goings-on, but one thing is certain: Acrimboldo's mirrors are magical. Yet no one but himself knows how exactly they are made or what goes on behind the large, usually locked wooden doors of his workshop at night. But if you catch a glimpse, all you see is a web of pipes, tubes and glass spheres connecting Acrimboldo's ominous working machines.
The concept is based on a location in the book "Die fließende Köngin" by Kai Mayer.