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Dream homes and new visions for living. Every week euromaxx deluxe presents award-winning architecture and creative living solutions from across Europe. Once a week on DW-TV's lifestyle magazine euromaxx.
|1||CleanVideoA dream concrete home in Porto||Álvaro Leite Siza, son of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Álvaro Siza designed a monumental residence in Porto. With a blend of soft and modern elements, it’s an oasis of calm in the city.||9 6 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoAn energy-efficient house in South Tyrol||Architect Arthur Pichler has built the first passive house in Italy's South Tyrol region. It doesn't require any additional energy sources for heating or cooling.||2 6 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoBerlin Loft Living||Property in Berlin is booming. Those lucky enough to get in on the buying spree are transforming long-neglected apartments into small oases of luxury living. The Berlin DJ Marcel Dettmann is one of the latest homeowners who has made his home his castle. And he invited us over for a visit.||24 6 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoeuromaxx deluxe - Haus 23, Salzburg||Planning and construction of the project began in 2000 and lasted more than two years.Austrian architect Michael Strobl has converted his grandparents' 1930s home in Salzburg into two ultra-modern apartments. By knocking through walls and installing full-length windows, he's created rooms with panorama views of the Alps.||20 10 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoeuromaxx Deluxe: House Built Into Hill in Stuttgart||An architect sees his dreamhouse come true.On the eastern edge of Stuttgart German architect Tobias Wulf and his wife were inspired by steep slopes and panoramic views to build their dream home. The rear is made of cedarwood, the front is glass. The panorama windows are more than five metres high. Electric blinds and special glass slats regulate the temperature inside the house.||24 9 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoeuromaxx deluxe - A family home in Cologne||Jörg Roselieb has converted a typical 1960’s family home into his dream house.This 1960's house is located in a residential area of Cologne. It affords views of the Rhine and is set in lush natural surroundings.||31 8 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||CleanVideoeuromaxx deluxe - Collector's Home in Milan||The Oriental accents are testimony to the owner's Persian descent.Nina Yashar is the owner of the Nilufar Gallery in Milan, one of Italy's top design showrooms. Not surprisingly, she has carefully furnished her spacious home with a mixture of contemporary art, design classics and antiques. But the apartment's biggest draw is four rooftop terraces with a view of the city.||18 8 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||CleanVideoeuromaxx deluxe: Villa in Einsiedeln, Switzerland||Villa built of natural stone in Einsiedeln, SwitzerlandSwiss Publisher Emil M. Bisig lives in a three-floor natural stone villa that was built in the nineteen-seventies and provides about 600 square meters of living space.||20 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||CleanVideoCube House in Beroun, Czech Republic||The Pszczolka family villa is located not far from PragueThe villa of the Pszczolka family is located not far from Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The construction consists of 24 cubes - each of the size of 3 cubic meters- and has been designed by the Prague-based Architects firm HSH.||9 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||CleanVideoA converted farmhouse near Lake Garda, Italy||Fashion designer Maria Calderara has converted an old farmhoúse complete with a watchtower.The once dilapidated 16th century farmhouse with a watchtower offers fantastic views of Lake Garda. Shades of white, cream, grey and beige dominate the colour scheme in the spacious home, tastefully setting off the art and design objects.||6 7 2011||Free||View in iTunes|