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Installed atop a mid-century hotel in the heart of Graz, Berlin based architect Werner Aisslinger has fashioned a sky high holiday home rental in Austria of utopian style, innovative design and elegant simplicity. We love the audacious notion that space and design can be adapted to anything you want it to be.
Set high above the city on top of a mid-century building originally designed by architect Georg Lippert, this holiday home rental in Austria is an ingenious addition to an existing structure that is a smartly streamlined installation for the modern traveler. Just steps from the central train station, the Kunsthaus, and a short walk from the old town, the rooftop apartment features panoramic views of the city, the iconic clock tower and Schloss Eggenberg.
Designed and installed by architect Werner Aisslinger, the prefab cubist form was created off site and placed via crane onto the roof and its sprawling sun terrace, making it the highest private suite in Graz. Completely self contained, the structure is molded into a soft organic form that nestles neatly into the wood decking. Brightly lit from all sides by floor-to-ceiling windows, the interior is a space of elegant simplicity offering a one-of-a-kind experience and absolute privacy.
Designed for two with a breezy uncomplicated style, the bespoke furnishings and innovative design are calibrated for effortless comfort and luxury without excess.
A novel idea of forward-thinking design, this unique hospitality concept is the perfect modern nest high above the city.
Wifi and home cinema, luxury bath amenities. Daily housekeeping with access to hotel services including breakfast buffet and 24. hour espresso and snack bar.
Austria’s “Second City,” Graz is a UNESCO heritage destination of both medieval history and contemporary design. Organized around the historic center and old town main square of Hauptplatz, the city is a mix of Renaissance and Baroque architecture, with a maze of narrow streets and alleyways lined with restaurants and the famous shopping mile. Divided by the Mur River, the city also has an edgy futuristic and forward thinking architectural scene as well as a youthful vibe derived from the four universities which has resulted in a lively nightlife and arts scene. The funicular leads up the central Schlossberg hill to the Uhrturm clock tower which has commanded the view over the city for centuries. An hour north of the Slovenian border, it’s two hours south of Vienna and three hours east of Salzburg.
Graz, Austria. Nearest Airport: Graz (10km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Summer
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|Bed Type||1 XL Custom King bed|
|Kitchen||Access to services including a breakfast buffet and a 24-hour espresso and snack bar|
|Rates||Rates range from €350-€450 per night. See rates table|
|Minimum Stay||1 Night|
|View||Panoramic city views|
Check in: 2pm
Check out: 12pm
Cancellations accepted with 24 hours notice
|€350 Per Night||€450 Per Night|
|February 15 - 25||February 14, 27 - March 1|
|March 2 - 6, 11- 12, 18 - April 7||March 7 - 10, 13 -17|
|April 16, 21 -23, 28 - May 14||April 8 - 15, 17 - 20, 24 -27|
|May 17 - June 5||May 15 - 16|
|June 9 - 25||June 6 -8, 26 - July 1|
|July 2 - August 8||July 1|
|August 12 - September 2||August 9 -11|
|September 9 , 16, 23, 30||September 3 - 8, 10 -15, 17 - 22, 24 -29|
|October 7, 14, 21, 28, 31 - November 2||October 1 - 6, 8 - 13, 15 - 20, 22 -27, 29 -30|
|November 4 - 17, 25 - 29,||November 3, 18 - 24, 30 - December 1|
|December 2 - 6, 9 - 13, 16 -26||December 7 - 8, 14 - 15, 27 - 31|
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