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Larix Lodge

The Larix Lodge in the village of La Villa (Stern) in Alta Badia is modern, yet rooted in tradition. The wooden façade, loggia and gable roof relate to the characteristic features of the region’s buildings, but at the same time the building has an independent, contemporary character. Each of the three holiday flats opens up to the southwest with large window fronts and its own outdoor space facing the mountain panorama.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, La Villa

Scenery: In the village surrounded by meadows

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Haus Wald

The name gives away the location: The holiday home in Neustift in the Tyrolean Stubai Valley is situated on the edge of a forest. The Stubai Glacier, Austria’s largest glacier skiing area, is only a 10-minute drive away. The house has a modern and clean design both inside and out, yet it is still connected to tradition through the use of local materials such as larch and stone pine wood.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Tyrolean Stubai Valley, Neustift, Neugasteig

Scenery: In a quiet location on the edge of the forest, 300 m from a cross-country ski trail and a small ski lift

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Iselhof

Mountain world and city life, tradition and modernity—a holiday at Iselhof in Lienz in East Tyrol has many facets. You live in the midst of greenery, but it only takes a few minutes to walk to the centre of the small town. The listed ensemble consisting of a 13th century manor house, a historical Stadl (the former farmhouse) and the contemporary Villa Notsch is situated on a huge plot of land directly adjacent to the glacial river Isel. The historical Stadl was refurbished and converted into residential units. It gives now home to two holiday flats.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, East Tyrol, Lienz

Scenery: Adjacent to the glacial river Isel amidst nature yet close to the historic centre

Accommodation: Apartment

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Tiny House Laresch

Pensiun Laresch has grown! The Tiny House expands the facilities of the mountain lodge that Marianne Peyer and Lukas Hug opened in 2015 in Mathon, a village in the Beverin Nature Park, Switzerland. The little house is in dialogue with both the landscape and the main building. With its wooden shingle façade, it has a different feel than the mountain lodge, which is reminiscent of a rock, while the asymmetrical roof shape connects both houses. Just as with Pensiun Laresch, a lot of emphasis was placed on sustainability when designing the Tiny House.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Mathon

Scenery: In a small mountain village with a magnificent panorama in the Swiss Alps

Accommodation: House

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Benedikta

The Benedikta holiday home in the village of Vandans in the southern part of Vorarlberg is a typical Montafon house. The hostess has converted the building, the former home of her grandmother Benedikta, into a holiday home, thus creating a place that preserves memories and traditions, while at the same time offering space for new uses.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Vorarlberg, Montafon, Vandans

Scenery: In the midst of an idyllic garden with a magnificent view of the Montafon mountains

Accommodation: House

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Kesslerstadel

Since the 16th century, the Kesslerstadl has stood near the village church in the centre of Matrei in East Tyrol. From the outside, it is hardly noticeable that the former hay barn, a listed building, now houses two modern holiday flats. The BergsteigerSEIN flat, located on the upper floor of the former barn, is accessed via the back of the building, which is nestled against the slope. The terrace leads into the large living room, which is characterised by old beams, bright spruce panelling, straight-lined fixtures made of black multiplex boards and a large window front with a loggia behind it.

Scenery: In the village

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Aux Losanges

The large white diamond pattern in the entrance area are already suggesting it: Aux Losanges in the Tschiertschen mountain village in the canton of Grisons is no ordinary traditional mountain chalet—even if it almost appears to be one from the outside. The architecture firm Caruso St John has transformed the Walser log building dating from 1869 into an extraordinary holiday home with a function room for an art-loving couple from Zurich. They gave the house, formerly used as a café, a make-over that combines British extravagance and Swiss down-to-earthness.

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Grisons, Tschiertschen

Scenery: In the village with great mountain panorama

Accommodation: House

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Faazihaus

A magnificent mountain panorama and pure air are the constant companions when spending a holiday at the Faazihaus in the Swiss Alps. The solid timber building on a sunny south-facing slope in the tiny mountain village of Martisberg was built in the 1990s on the foundations of a historical farmhouse (a so-called heathen house) and stood empty for decades in its shell condition. Now it has finally come to life!

Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Wallis, Martisberg

Scenery: In a quiet panoramic location in the Unesco World Natural Heritage Aletsch-Jungfrau

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Freiform

Below the village of Verdings, architect Martin Gruber has planned an organic free form next to his own farmstead, which will be rented out as an extraordinary guest house. Like a nature observatory in the midst of the South Tyrolean mountains, the contemporary glass pavilion affords a captivating view across the valley. The design absorbs the topography of its immediate surroundings with its glass envelope and blurs the boundaries between nature and building.

Region/Town: IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Verdings

Scenery: Nestled in nature on the estate of an organic farm

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Tempel 74

Temple 74 in Mellau in the Bregenz Forest is a new project by Evi and Jürgen Haller. With their renovation of Mesmer House in Bildstein, they showed how an old building can be infused with a modern interior life. The Tempel 74 apartment buildings are new, but they too skilfully combine tradition and modernity, as well as superb architecture and craftsmanship. The apartments are furnished in a minimalist style with straight-lined furniture and radiate both a down-to-earth quality and a distinct elegance. Through the windows and from the balconies you can enjoy views of the village square and the mountains.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Vorarlberg, Mellau

Scenery: In the centre of the village

Accommodation: Apartment

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