Where Architects Stay bodes well when architecture meets vacation. It is a combination that promises relaxation and pleasure, inspiration and style, all in one.
Every one of the more than 60 vacation domiciles presented in this guide to architecture and accommodation is a unique jewel that meets, perhaps even exceeds, the high esthetic expectations of the traveling architect.
Each of these very special lodgings is distinguished by the highest stylistic quality, personal touches, originality and passion for detail: Whether minimalist, experimental, posh or lavish; whether newly built or refurbished; whether houseboat, luxury loft or treehouse; whether one-time church, vineyard, mill or pump room; whether located in the trendiest metropolis, high in the mountains or on a remote coastline; whether holiday home, resort, glamping or bed and breakfast.
Format: Paperback, 192 pages
Author: Sibylle Kramer
Publisher: Braun Publishing
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