The chateau Miroslav, which originally used to be a water stronghold/fortress, is undergoing a west wing two-storey renovation. When finished it will be an exhibition space. The most precious of this part of the chateau are the arched ceilings located in the whole of ground floor, including diamond vault in the main hall. In all interiors there is a timber tubule/duct, which hides and guides all electrical wiring and heater piping in order to minimize building works. This uncommon piece of furniture also hides light fittings and radiators.