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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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Fusenhof

Fusenhof is an historic Black Forest house with a striking, expansive roof. Dating back to 1754, the building is idyllically situated amidst the meadows of the Dreisam valley, at the foot of the Black Forest Mountains near Freiburg. This heritage listed building was renovated over five years under the motto “the old will remain old, the new will become new”. Perfect for large families and groups who want to spend time together.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Black Forest, Kirchzarten (Freiburg)

Name: Fusenhof

Scenery: Between fields and meadows in the Dreisam valley, at the foot of the Black Forest Mountains

Accommodation: House

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Ferienhaus zum Stubaier Gletscher – Dorf

Ferienhaus Dorf is located in the centre of the ski and mountaineering village of Neustift in the Stubaital valley of Tyrol, Austria. From the outside, this modern timber building looks like a semi-detached house – in fact it is one large house that was built in a split-level construction with two gables. Across 260 square metres Haus Dorf offers space for up to 18 people.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Stubaital, Neustift

Name: Ferienhaus Dorf

Scenery: In the heart of the village with views on the mountain scenery

Accommodation: House

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Wenefrieda

Wenefrieda is a typical representation of the modern timber architecture the Vorarlberg province in western Austria is famous for. This longhouse-style holiday home with a saddle roof and wooden façade is based on the traditional buildings of the Bregenzerwald forest. The communal centre of the house is located on the top floor, which is completely lined with wood. The open living area with a sitting area by the fireplace and a library, a dining table with corner bench and kitchen block, extends over the entire floor and is lit from three sides.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Bregenzerwald, Schoppernau

Name: Wenefrieda

Scenery: In the heart of a mountain village, surrounded by an impressive mountain scenery.

Accommodation: House

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Quartier Wieck: Fassade

Quartier Wieck

The Quartier Wieck holiday home is located in the fishing village of Wieck on the Darß peninsula off Germany’s Baltic coast, just 300 metres from the Bodden lagoon. With its sleek architecture, the house sets a counterpoint to the traditional thatched houses typical of the Darß – but with its barn-like shape, it nevertheless references its surroundings. Every detail displays the owners’ penchant for Japanese and Scandinavian design.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Darß-Fischland, Wieck on the Darß

Name: Quartier Wieck

Scenery: In the middle of the Darß with a view to the Bodden

Accommodation: House

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Schnepfegg 52: Schlafzimmer

Schnepfegg 52

A mountain idyll! With views of meadows, wooded slopes, and Alpine ranges, Haus Schnepfegg 52 is situated at an altitude of 900 metres just by a mountain pass in Austria’s western state of Vorarlberg. This Bregenzwälder farmhouse dating to the 18th century has been converted into a holiday home, …

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Bregenzerwald, Schnepfegg

Name: Schnepfegg 52

Scenery: Amidst meadows and forests on 950 m.

Accommodation: House

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Faktorenhaus

The Faktorenhaus is a historic half-timbered house (Umgebindehaus) in the Upper Lusatia region of eastern Germany. This type of half-timbered house reflects the cultural landscape of the border triangle between Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic. Situated in the village of Ebersbach/Sachs near Görlitz, the heritage-listed building was built in 1831 by a local cloth merchant. Today, this beautifully restored house offers enough space for large families or groups – with a floorspace of 260 square metres – and a very special ambience.    

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Saxony, Oberlausitz

Name: Faktorenhaus C.W. Henke

Scenery: In the heart of the village amidst houses and meadows

Accommodation: House

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Woodhouse

The Woodhouse in the fishing village of Agger on the northwestern coast of Jutland is located less than a kilometre from the North Sea, on a property with mature trees and plenty of natural vegetation. This surrounding woods played a significant role in the design of the house.

Region/Town: DK – Denmark, Jutland, Agger

Name: Woodhouse

Scenery: By the North Sea, surrounded by water and nature

Accommodation: House

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Heimat1883

Heimat1883, located at the historic centre of Garmisch in Bavaria, was once the town’s almshouse. Today, you will find five modern and comfortable apartments behind its heritage listed façade.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Name: Heimat 1883

Scenery: In the town center

Accommodation: House, Apartment

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Fordypningsrommet Fleinvær

In the far north of Norway – on a small island in the Fleinvær Archipelago within the Arctic Circle – the composer and musician Håvard Lund has created a retreat for artists and vacationers. The spectacular natural surroundings will inspire you and spur your creativity! …

Region/Town: NO – Norway, Archipelago Fleinvær, Sørvær Island

Name: Fordypningsrommet Fleinvær

Scenery: On a small island in the Fleinvær Archipelago

Accommodation: Resort

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