The interior design
Through a leather-covered door with iron fittings, visitors leave the transept of the main floor and descend to the lower story via a wide staircase. In front of the last step, wrought-iron bars close off the entrance itself. The crypt mirrors the floor plan of the main story: a central space with characteristic central columns, around which individual niches with the coffins are grouped. The capitals of the columns are decorated with stylized plant motifs, including poppyseed capsules, traditional symbol of grief, sleep, and death. In contrast to the main floor, the original colorful glass windows with plant motifs have survived in the lower story.