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Benedikta

The Benedikta holiday home in the village of Vadans 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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haus und hof

The haus und hof apartments in Hof bei Salzburg embrace the art of reduction and are distinguished by refined simplicity. The terraced building structure with three holiday flats nestles up against the topography of the hillside property on the edge of the village and the forest. With dark wooden façades, large windows and green roofs, the staggered cubes blend inconspicuously into the landscape. In the apartments, dark walls and ceilings, polished concrete floors, bright wood and modern designer furniture characterise the elegant yet casual ambience.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Hof bei Salzburg

Scenery: Hillside property on the edge of the village and the forest

Accommodation: Apartment

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Hube

Green as far as you can see—from Haus Hube the view extends far over the hilly landscape of Eastern Styria. The holiday home, together with several outbuildings, is situated on a 45,000-square-metre plot with an orchard and flower meadow, an (organic) chokeberry field and its own forest. The modern new building makes reference to the history of the place. The house is nearly closed on the northern entrance side and opens up towards the south with many windows overlooking the valley. Just like the exterior, the interior is timeless and understated….

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Styria, Zöbing an der Raab

Scenery: Secluded location with view over own orchards, fields and forest

Accommodation: House

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Iselhof-Stadel

Mountain world & city life, tradition & 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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Das Dellacher

Haus Dellacher is considered one of the most important architectural monuments in Austria. The building is an early work of the Austrian-American architect Raimund Abraham, who achieved international renown, particularly through the construction of the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York. Raimund Abraham designed the house in the Burgenland in the 1960s for his friend, the photographer Max Dellacher. It was vacant for over 20 years until architect Johannes Handler saved it from decay in 2015 and restored it true to the original. It is open to the public not only for architectural tours, but can now also be booked for overnight stays.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Burgenland, Oberwart

Scenery: On a slope between forest edge and meadows

Accommodation: House

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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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Weinloft II

The south of the Austrian Burgenland is famous for its traditional Kellerstöckl, the old wine cellars of local winegrowers. Weinloft II is a modern interpretation of these small houses, mostly built into the hillside. The 40 m2 house is situated in the middle of a vineyard and opens out with a glass front over two levels to views of the Pannonian lowlands.

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Burgenland, Eisenberg

Scenery: In a stunning panoramic position by the vineyards

Accommodation: House

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Stadl Wuggitz

A 200-year-old hay barn in southern Styria has been given a new lease on life as a holiday house. The conversion process involved the barn being completely disassembled, its wooden beams being carefully restored and then carefully reassembled once again. Its new additions include large windows and a glass entrance area. The interiors of the house are open like a loft…

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Southern Styria, Oberhaag

Scenery: Surrounded by vineyards or orchards

Accommodation: House

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Gut Guntrams Gartenlofts

Like enormous observation towers, garden lofts preside over the orchards and meadows of Gut Guntrams, an organic farm located south of Vienna in the hilly landscape of Bucklige Welt. These angular, solid-wood cubes, with their staggered arrangement in height, …

Region/Town: AT – Austria, Lower Austria, Schwarzau am Steinfeld

Scenery: In front of the organic orchard of the estate

Accommodation: Hotel, B&B

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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

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

Accommodation: House

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