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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.
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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.