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10.05.2019Latest Opportunities: Summer 2019

We get many requests these days from people who want to know which houses are still bookable for this summer. Most houses are fully booked for the season, but there are still some opportunities. Here is the list:

30.04.2019Hotel Zum Hirschen – Elixir of life for modern pilgrims

The house is a midwife. It brings to light desires and needs that lie dormant in us but have no right to exist in “normal life”: Too busy. Too scattered. Too tired. The hosts of Zum Hirschen have succeeded in creating a place that inspires without preaching. Where enjoyment is beneficial. Where nature awakens the spirits of life and lets the soul sing.

29.04.2019New on the German market: CUBE Select

For years, CUBE has provided information about the local German architectural landscape in ten independent editions – from Hamburg to Munich. In the new CUBE Select you will now find the nationwide selection of the best objects, quarterly in the magazine trade or here by subscription. In the recently published issue 2/19 you can read more about our partner house Casa Afife in northwest Portugal (“Sculptural Holiday Happiness”).

29.04.2019Special Offer: Bassiviere in May

Spend relaxing spring days in the hilly landscape of the Lot-et-Garonne department in south-west France. In May Bassiviere – a 17th century country estate with spacious, loft-like modern country style apartments – offers the following package:

18.04.2019Porcignano @FAS

Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, one of the largest German dailies,  will present our partner house Porcignano in Chianti on Easter Sunday. The private summer house of the artist Leo Lionni (1910 – 1999) is today run by his grandson Pippo, also an artist.

16.04.2019Newsletter: Light Shows

Finally the days are getting longer and we can look forward to bright sunny days once again after months of winter darkness. But light is not just good for the mind; it also brings architecture to life.

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