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December 17. 2020

Café with historie

One succumbs to the magic of historical objects almost immediately when entering the garden and café of the Antikwerk in the baroque Glaserhof estate in Breitenthal in Lower Allgäu alone. Benches, troughs or fountains and arbors take visitors on a multifaceted journey back in time to an exciting offer.
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December 17. 2020

Ancient substance

"Off-the-peg" houses as well as individually planned houses experience an individualization and their personal charm through historical building elements. This is an option that many a house builder likes to fall back on. "In a mix of styles, new and old face each other in a complementary way and enhance the other," describes Elias - 1st board member of the Entrepreneur Association Historical Building Materials e.V. - this architectural and emotionalizing stylistic device.
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November 27. 2020

The ÖKO-Patchwork-Palace

The administration of the Neustadt public utility company in Schleswig-Holstein was built from old reused building components. The 1,600 square meter façade of the Eco-Patchwork Palace was made of old oak beams that came from farmhouses in Lower Saxony. The supplier of the sawn oak beams was the company Thomas Knapp Historische Baustoffe GmbH. The more than 100-year-old street lamp, which supports the foyer of the staircase inside the building, was also made by the building materials dealer Knapp, who in turn bought it from his dealer colleague Florian Langenbeck. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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October 26. 2020

AntikStein: The best of yesterday

Upgrade your home - live in true historical flair. Sören Niebuhr from AntikStein works with partners from demolition and dismantling to offer his customers undamaged goods of the highest quality. Analysis, advice and uncomplicated delivery round off his offer.
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October 23. 2020

Go there: From old to new

On the way in the Middle Rhine Valley - a river valley where much remains as it was. Master carpenter Jürgen Zmelty from Lahnstein collects mainly doors, windows and wood - everything that is old, used and sorted out. The things are used, of course, but that is what makes them so charming for him. He tries to preserve the old and create something new from it, such as beautiful mirrors in a processed old wooden frame. Historical building materials - this is also sustainable, which earned him the Federal Environment Award. In addition to carpenter Zmelty, the article introduces a winegrower, a pebble collector and self-made artist, a sculptor, a rafting sightseeing tour operator, a restorer and country inn operator.
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June 24. 2020

This is how it is in Berlin: Collectors of antiques

Bei Olaf Elias werden alte Fundstücke unsterblich! Insbesondere historische Großobjekte aus der ehemaligen DDR finden ihre Abnehmer und lassen sich wunderbar in Lofts einbauen oder dienen als…
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June 23. 2020

Building materials with patina

About 10 years ago Alexander and Sabine Prenzel founded their company "Historische Baustoffe Prenzel" in Lower Saxony. In their warehouse customers can find historical doors, windows, bricks and roof tiles, floor tiles and much more. The business with historical elements is currently booming. There are several reasons for this.
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March 25. 2020

On the road in Brandenburg - the magazine

A general store with antiques, an open-air museum of curiosities: in Marwitz there is 2 hectares of space to browse and marvel at. Everything seems like a giant played with antiques.
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January 30. 2020

General meeting 15.05.-17.05.20 cancelled cause of Corona

The meeting planned for this spring could unfortunately not take place due to the pandemic.
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January 28. 2020

Holidays in a monument

Close to the picturesque town of "Rothenburg ob der Tauber" we rent out four spacious holiday apartments with charm and historical furnishings in two listed half-timbered houses. The beautiful Franconian village of Ickelheim is a district of the spa town of Bad Windsheim, known for its Franken Therme and the Franconian open-air museum. Let yourself be inspired by what you can do with historical building materials!
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