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VIELLEICHTNOCH

Holiday house VIELLEICHTNOCH – situated between the Hanseatic city of Wismar and the Baltic seaside resort of Boltenhagen – offers the perfect accommodation for relaxing seaside holidays. The house is located about 800m from the Baltic Sea and is part of the holiday village “Meerleben”, in which all the individual properties meet ecologically sustainable construction criteria.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Baltic Sea, Klützer Winkel, Wohlenberger Wiek 

Name: VIELLEICHTNOCH

Scenery: 800 m from the South Beach of Wohlenberger Wiek

Accommodation: Resort, House

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Kliffhuus

Kliffhuus in the Nieblumer district of Goting on the North Sea island of Föhr is sure to surprise you. From the outside, you will only notice at a second glance that the house is built as a split-level construction. There are, in fact, four levels in this small gable roof house. The arrangement of the floors, shifted by half a level in each case, creates a flowing set of spaces that are separate yet connected by visual relationships.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Island of Föhr, Nieblum

Name: Kliffhuus

Scenery: Not far from dunes, beach, mud flats and sea with panoramic views into nature.

Accommodation: House

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Studio Zempow

An open, flexible spatial concept characterise the design of Studio Zempow situated in a small village near Germany’s Mecklenburg Lake District. The house comprises a large space with a kitchen at the centre as well as a dining area and a living area with a pellet stove.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg Lake District, Zempow

Name: Studio Zempow

Scenery: Surrounded by extensive woodlands and hilly pastures

Accommodation: House

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Rettungsschuppen

Built in 1899, this brick building on the North Sea island of Juist operated as a sea rescue station for many decades. The heritage-listed building was recently renovated and has been reborn as a holiday house combining historical flair and modern design.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Lower Saxony, Island of Juist, Ostdorf

Name: Rettungsschuppen

Scenery: In the quiet district of Ostdorf, close to the beach and not far from the idyllic town centre.

Accommodation: House

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Schmidhuber

On the outskirts of Tabing, a small village near Bavaria’s Chiemsee, the outbuilding of an historic farmhouse has been replaced by modern timber architecture. The new building deliberately sets itself apart from the old farmhouse, but its shape, wooden façade and simple design also refers directly to the surrounding barns.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Chiemgau, Tabing

Name: Schmidhuber

Scenery: On the outskirts of a small village, 3km from the northern shore of Lake Chiemsee.

Accommodation: Apartment

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Ostseehof Langfeld

Beautiful natural surroundings, plenty of space, and traditional charm! With views of the nearby sea and the Falshöft lighthouse, this half-timbered farmhouse is perched on a hill at the edge of the Geltinger Birk nature reserve in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany. The historic ensemble comprises three large holiday houses, a thatched cottage, and a communal house shared by all its guests. 

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Pommerby

Name: Ostseehof Langfeld

Scenery: Between the Schlei and the Baltic Sea

Accommodation: House

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Minimalistic Loft

This location could hardly be more exclusive! The Minimalistic Loft is situated on the 18th floor of the Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg’s new landmark. Resting atop an old harbour warehouse, the glass structure with its wave-shaped roof and spectacular glass façade not only houses concert halls, a hotel and restaurants, but also apartments on the western tip. 

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Hamburg, Hamburg

Name: Minimalistic Loft

Scenery: On the 18th floor of the Elbphilharmonie

Accommodation: Apartment

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Wasserturm Pirach

Wasserturm Pirach is a landmark in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps between the Lake Chiemsee and the Waginger Lake. With a height of almost 30 metres, the water tower presides over the houses of the hamlet of Pirach. Its façade of silver-coloured sheet steel panels, which protects this 1950s-built structure from the elements, makes for a striking visual impact.

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Bavaria, Pirach in the Chiemgau

Name: Wasserturm Pirach

Scenery: In the heart of a little hamlet with views over the Alpine peaks

Accommodation: Apartment

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die kleine Acht

On the outskirts of Lindenhagen in the Uckermark region of north-eastern Brandenburg, Berlin architect Thomas Kröger has converted a 1950s estate house into a fantastic holiday home. The extraordinary transformation of this compact saddle-roofed house with its square contour is evident from the outside: large windows open the building out to the landscape, the roof features two huge dormers, and the façade is divided into several plastered sections. 

Region/Town: DE – Germany, Brandenburg, Uckermark / Lindenhagen

Name: die kleine Acht

Scenery: On the outskirts of the village with wide views

Accommodation: House

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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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