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Pur-Ostsee

Haus Pur Ostsee on the outskirts of the fishing village of Prerow on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast is a house that comes with a surprise: from the street side, with its timber façade and the typical roof shape with eyebrow dormers, it looks like a traditional Darßer Schifferhaus. But as you move towards the garden it turns out to be a modern building with a room-high window front along the entire garden side.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Prerow

Name: Pur-Ostsee

Scenery: On the outskirts of the fishing village, near the "Weststrand" (west beach)

Accommodation: House

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Turmhaus Tirol

Situated in the Tyrolean Alps, Turmhaus Tirol is built into the gradient of a steep mountain slope and reaches up six floors into the sky. The lower three floors are dug into the slope itself and form the concrete foundation for the wooden structure. Flamed larch boards of different widths, some of which overlap, give structure and character to the façade. The windows, arranged according to functions of each room, also liven up the reduced design of the building, with its wide cantilevered saddle roof. 

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Tyrol, The Ziller Valley, Zell am Ziller

Name: Turmhaus Tirol

Scenery: At 1200 metres in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps

Accommodation: House

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Türalihus

The Türalihus is part of a historic ensemble of buildings in the centre of Valendas, Switzerland. This small mountain village on the banks of the Rhine in the Safien Valley is known for its stately town houses. First built in 1485, the Türalihus has been extended multiple times over the centuries – with annexes, additional levels, and the stairwell from which the house derives its name. The house stood empty from 1941 until 2007, when the Swiss “Vacations in a Listed Building” Foundation acquired it from the son of the well-known Swiss architect Rudolf Olgiati and transformed it into the holiday home it is today.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Valendas

Name: Türalihus

Scenery: In the village

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Casa Xyza

The sea in sight, a pool beneath the palm trees, and several terraces surrounding the house and even on top of the roof: Casa XYZA offers some spectacular conditions for relaxing on the sunny Algarve coast. This 1980s villa in the fishing village of Ferragudo has been given a complete makeover. Behind its white façade, there are bright, modern rooms that radiate calm and elegance.

Region/Town: PT – Portugal, Algarve, Ferragudo

Name: Casa Xyza

Scenery: In the Fishers' village, 5 min. walk to the beach

Accommodation: House

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kleines Vulkaneifelhaus

Kleines Vulkaneifelhaus is a retreat for two in the midst of the unspoilt Eifel landscape in northwestern Rhineland-Palatinate. Situated on a steep slope, this timber house, clad in black charcoal planks, sits atop a plinth of fair-faced concrete. The house appears closed off from the entrance side, and even rather small – an effect created by its few window openings and the low roof on this side.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schutz

Name: kleines Vulkaneifelhaus

Scenery: South-facing slope overlooking a broad valley in the volcanic Eifel

Accommodation: House

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Solarferienhaus S3

Solarferienhaus S3 (Solar Holiday Home S3) is proof of how an A-frame house dating to the 1970s can be converted into an innovative energy-plus house that – with its modern architectural language and purist interior design – can also appeal to design aesthetes. Located in a former holiday village in Chiemgau, between the Chiemsee lake and Salzburg, the house produces more energy than it uses. This energy surplus can then be used, for example, to charge an electric car or bicycle.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Chiemgau, Siegsdorf/Vorauf

Name: Solarferienhaus S3

Scenery: Surrounded by the charming hilly landscape of the Chiemgau

Accommodation: House

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Landscape Villa

The name alone says it all: in this holiday home the landscape plays the starring role. This former farmhouse, dating back to 1892, is a typical stone house on a hilltop near the town of Filottrano, Italy. Panoramic views over the gently undulating landscape of the Marches can be enjoyed from all sides. Not only the views integrate nature into the house, but also the interior design.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Marche, Filottrano

Name: Landscape Villa

Scenery: On a hilltop with panoramic views

Accommodation: House

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Torre Piccola

Torre Piccola is a historic tower house with modern interiors in the old town of Nardo, Apulia. This heritage-listed tower has been converted into a holiday apartment, which expertly combines the historic substance of the building substance, an open spatial concept, and minimalist design.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Apulia, Nardò

Name: Torre Piccola

Scenery: In the old town

Accommodation: House

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Casa di Monti

Gnarled, old olive trees and the blue shimmering sea in the distance: with views of these natural symbols of Apulia Casa di Monti greet you as you arrive. The house is accessed via the central living area, which opens out through large panoramic windows onto the terrace and the property’s expansive olive garden.  

Region/Town: IT – Italy, Apulia, Carovigno

Name: Casa di Monti

Scenery: Amidst an olive yard, with sea view

Accommodation: House

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Barcelona Sanctuary

The Barcelona Sanctuary is just a half hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of Catalonia’s capital, on the edge of a nature park and close to the coast. Its location on a hill with views of the surrounding forests and shimmering sea in the distance were a decisive factor in the design of the house.

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Sant Andreu de Llavaneres

Name: Barcelona Sanctuary

Scenery: Paoramic spot right next to a nature reserve

Accommodation: House

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