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Rent an old farmer’s cottage revamped by Grotheer Architektur in Germany

This thatched house on the island of Föhr in northern Germany shines a light on contemporary design classics under its 19th-century roof.

Designed by Grotheer Architektur, House Steuermann’s two apartments are both decked out in Walter Knoll furniture, Thonet chairs and Louis Poulsen lights amid a clean, white backdrop with light touches of wood.

The building dates back to 1814, and has housed farmers, bakers and sailors in its past life. Now, as two rental spaces, its eastern unit accommodates four while the western apartment sleeps six and has a sauna.

House Steuermann is available to rent via the property’s website.

[Via Urlaubs Architektur]



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