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Designed by architects for travel enthusiasts: Our curated collection of outstanding holiday accomodations – also via map. Do you already know our new entry?

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URLAUBSARCHITEKTUR is Europe’s leading online portal for architecturally outstanding holiday homes. We’ve published a series of award-winning books – available in bookshops or directly in our online shop.

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What we do: A special network for special houses.

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How to find your vacation home with UA and where to book it.

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Does your house fit in with UA? Time to get to know each other!


Houses

Designed by architects for travel enthusiasts: Our curated collection of outstanding holiday accomodations – also via map. Do you already know our new entry?

Spaces

Find unusual places and locations – for workshops, team events, meetings, yoga retreats or private festivities.

Magazine

Take a look behind the scenes in sections such as Homestories and Insights, visit hosts or read Positions on current topics.

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Haus Grabenschake
Das Foto darf ausschließlich für PR- und Marketingmaßnahmen der PURESLeben GmbH - Oberhaag 110 - A-8455 Oberhaag räumlich und zeitlich unbegrenzt verwendet werden. Das Copyright verbleibt beim Bildautor Günter Standl (www.guenterstandl.de). Jegliche Nutzung Dritter ist mit dem Bildautor gesondert zu vereinbaren. Der Bildautor stellt das gelieferte Bildmaterial nicht von Rechten Dritter frei. Etwaige Ansprüche Dritter fallen in den Verantwortungsbereich des Bildnutzers.
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Haus Grabenschake
Old meets new - in the hills of Styria, surrounded by meadows and forests in a wonderfully secluded location, a 200-year-old farmhouse was juxtaposed with a modern glass building that literally stands against the slope with the help of a 40-metre-long natural stone wall.