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THE ENGEL & VÖLKERS MAGAZINE

GAME CHANGERS

Anya Hindmarch ∙ Oatly ∙ Sir David Attenborough Bawah Reserve ∙ Kengo Kuma

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ustainability is an issue that concerns us all. ­Despite the COVID-19 crisis, we must not forget to try and find new ways to ensure we leave behind a healthy planet for our children and grandchildren. Over the past few months and much to

my growing astonishment, I have realized how many meetings can easily be conducted from my home office, supported by new digital tools such as Zoom. The amount of work that I was able to get through in this manner has persuaded me to scale down my travels significantly and get on a plane only when it is strictly necessary – even in post-COVID-19. Because of my great passion for houses, I am, of course, intrigued by any developments in the field of sustainable architecture whose sole aim is to increase efficiency. Whether you look at the amount of water or energy used, or the choice of building materials, the more efficiently things are done, the greener the resulting building is considered to be. The work of the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, whom we profile in this edition of GG, is an impressive example of how green architecture can also be a great aesthetic success. Kuma has a predilection for using wood, a renewable resource he considers to be the building material of the future. It is also important to be aware how one can integrate sustainability into one’s everyday life. At our finca in Mallorca, we increasingly try to eat locally produced food. We grow Mediterranean vegetables in our garden, make our own olive oil and even grow grapes for making red wine. Knowing that all these products did not have to be shipped halfway across the globe to end up on our table is a great feeling. Our clients’ wishes run along similar lines. When looking for a new home, they prefer different solutions for recovering energy: from having their own water treatment system to choosing properties that allow them to spectacularly stunning green property on the vacation island of Ibiza. On the following pages of GG, you will find many exciting articles whose

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grow their own fruit and vegetables. In our For Sale section we showcase a Sincerely,

­unifying thread is sustainability. You will also find some of the most beautiful pieces of real estate from around the world. I hope you enjoy perusing this new edition of the magazine!

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WELCOME

At last!

We are super-excited to present our new and relaunched GG – all wrapped up in an entirely new design! But that’s not all. From now on, each issue will feature more in-depth news and market information. In a regular column, Engel & Völkers CEO Sven Odia will keep you up to date with his personal insights into the real estate market. In addition, you can now bring every ad in the For Sale section alive. How does that work? Just switch on your camera on your mobile device and scan the QR code at the bottom of each real estate ad. Voilà – the web version of your chosen property will appear along with additional pictures, videos and more information. In line with our brand-new look, we are introducing you to a host of personalities whose innovative ideas about sustainable solutions are turning the world as we know it upside down. Meet Anya Hindmarch, who returned to her company as CEO earlier this year (after buying back 50 percent of shares from her investor Javad Marandi) and launched a collection of handbags made from recycled plastic bottles, leading the way in circular thinking – using existing materials rather than creating new ones. Travel with us to secluded, sustainable Bawah Island, meet environmental activist Sir David Attenborough, enjoy the Asian aesthetic of the dreamy buildings star architect Kengo Kuma is creating and learn how Oatly, the small Swedish company that has just been valued at 2 billion dollars, turned oat milk into a highly desirable lifestyle product.

PHOTOS: CHRISTIAN SCHOPPE (1), ANYA HINDMARCH (1)

We hope you’ll enjoy the new GG!

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A massive PR stunt with a shocking message: To launch her I Am A Plastic Bag collection, Hindmarch filled her London shops with 90,000 used plastic bottles – the amount of plastic that is consumed worldwide in just six seconds.

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THANK YOU

Julia Dettmer  Julia Dettmer has worked for publications such as Bunte.de, InStyle and GG. The journalist has consumed 12,000 cups of coffee in the last ten years and about two years ago, began drinking it mostly with oat milk. Now that she’s expecting her first child in ­September, she puts oat milk in her decaf.

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Asia Orlando 

In 2001, Florian Fischer became an E&V License Partner for Ibiza and moved permanently to the cheerful, sunny Balearic Islands. He has been so successful in selling fincas to new owners that he can hardly keep track of the number anymore. But for him, the Blakstad Villa pictured on page 84, which is also for sale, is a particularly special listing. See for yourself!

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The illustrations for Vancouver – the green ­metropolis on Canada’s western coast that we feature in our new Cool City section – are the work of Asia Orlando. The illustrator is a dedicated environmentalist and animals and plants play a large role in her colorful drawings. Asia is also the founder of the movement #ourplanetweek.

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For our cover story, Douglas Friedman shone the spotlight on designer Anya ­Hindmarch at an exclusive GG photo shoot in London. The New York ­native spent the coronavirus lockdown at his second home, a newly completed ranch in Marfa, West Texas. Here in the high desert, the photographer has discovered a new ­hobby: raising chickens! In fact, his 30 chicks even have their own Instagram account @thebestlittlehenhouseintexas.


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COOL CITY  A dream destination for eco-tourists: Vancouver, Canada, is on its way to becoming the world’s greenest city.

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SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH  Nature filmmaker, environmental activist and an advocate for our planet for 70 years.

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ART & DESIGN  The Copenhagen company GRIM sells unconventionally beautiful organic vegetables.

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TRAVEL  Sustainable luxury at the end of the world: Bawah Reserve is an eco-paradise in the South China Sea.

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INTERVIEW  Buoy, a California startup, uses ocean-bound plastic to produce reusable food containers.

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KENGO KUMA  Cold concrete is a thing of the past: For the Japanese architect, the material of the future is wood.

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NEWS FROM THE CEO  Sven Odia, CEO of Engel & Völkers, on the latest trends in the real estate market.

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WOMAN  Golden looks to accompany a brilliant fall.

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MAN  Accessories for more than once in a blue moon

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BOOKS  Green DIY tips and slow travel guides: the best books for how to stay in tune with nature.

NEW HOME  This stunning property on Ibiza is the perfect place to live an eco-conscious life in luxury.

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PERSONAL  Sustainable and modular: a tree house for adults.

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Villas, mansions & office space – the world’s most beautiful real estate.

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ANYA HINDMARCH  The innovative British fashion designer makes handbags out of recycled plastic bottles.

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OATLY  Clever and cool: The Swedish company that’s transforming oat milk into a sustainable lifestyle product.

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FOREWORD  A foreword to the new issue.

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EDITORIAL  Facing the future sustainably!

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ADDRESSES  Names, addresses and manufacturers.

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1930s landmark: The Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia – a suspension bridge in Canada’s southwest.

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COOL CITY  ∙  ART & DESIGN  ∙  INTERVIEW  ∙  NEWS FROM THE CEO  ∙  WOMAN  ∙  MAN  ∙  BOOKS

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COOL CITY

Vancouver, naturally!

Rainforests and occasionally some orcas swimming by – not many cities are so in harmony with nature as this metropolis on the coast of British Columbia. TEXT: Christina Libuda  ILLUSTRATIONS: Asia Orlando

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Lions Gate Bridge

Great Bear Rainforest

Capilano Suspension Bridge Stanley Park

Eagle Wing tours Canada Place Hawksworth Restaurant Hotel Fairmont Waterfront

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Nature on your doorstep

1 CAPILANO SUSPENSION BRIDGE Swaying gently 70 meters above the Capilano River, this bridge boasts a stunning view of the rainforest.  2 HAWKSWORTH RESTAURANT Vancouver’s best restaurant features seasonal, regional cuisine and is located on West Georgia St.  3 KERMODE BEAR  This white bear is native only to British Columbia and is a subspecies of the American black bear.  4 FAIRMONT WATERFRONT  More than 20 different kinds of herbs and vegetables are grown on the roof of this luxury hotel.

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ancouver’s glass and Burrard Bridge Science World E&V Shop steel skyline nestles up against the fir and cedar forests of StanOlympic Village ley Park – at 400 hectares, CanGranville Island ada’s largest urban park. Canoeing and hiking are wildly popular in this city of roughly 700,000, and ­electricity from the dockside so that their business people whizz past on e-bikes. running engines don’t pollute the air. Vancouver has prioritized renewables, parFor years, the city in the Canadian province of British Columbia has been among ticularly hydropower. Three hydroelectric plants ensure that no coal, oil or gas needs the top-rated on The Economist’s list of the to be burned to keep the city’s lights on. world’s most livable cities. In 2011, Vancouver put in place its “Greenest City AcThe largest coastal rainforest in the tion Plan.” Since then, the city’s bike lanes world, the Great Bear Rainforest, is home to 100-meter tall Sitka spruce trees, as well have been extended to a combined length as 1,000-year-old western red cedar trees. of 350 kilometers and every tree that is removed has to be replaced. Vancouver’s affluHere, visitors can watch rare white Kerent suburbs are teeming with sustainable mode bears and grizzly bears catch salmon. In 2006, three million hectares of forest startups, small eco-friendly manufacturers were designated as a nature reserve. The and organic breweries, while in its downtown area, amateur gardeners grow vegetakiller whales in the coastal waters are best bles in the parking lot of the Olympic stadiobserved from a catamaran operated by um built for the 2010 Winter Games. The Eagle Wing Tours, Canada’s first totally carbon-neutral tour operator. city makes the expensive space available to The guides at Talaysay Tours are from them for the token rent of a dollar in order the Squamish Nation, one of the indigeto support local food production. Vancouverites only use recycled plastics, if at all, go nous peoples who first settled in the region. shopping armed with textile bags and usuSo, they know all about the city’s history, inally get their groceries at organic supermarcluding the precolonial era. A trip to Salt kets. In a similar vein, the city’s restaurants Spring Island in the Strait of Georgia is also primarily serve regionally sourced fare. The well worthwhile – for the Saturday market menu of the Hawksworth Restaurant, run in the city of Ganges alone. With its selection of local wines and organic honeys, it is a by award-winning chef David Hawksworth shopping paradise for any eco-traveler. and located in the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, changes according to which foods are 4 in season and boasts locally caught seafood and mushrooms from the nearby forests. The city’s hotels compete on being the most sustainable. At the eco-friendly, luxurious Fairmont Waterfront, 250,000 honey bees are among the guests, the chef grows his own vegetables on the rooftop and food waste is composted. The cruise ships, which bring many of the tourists to the city, are only a stone’s throw away. The giant ocean liners are supplied with


When looks are misleading

“Ugly by nature” is the slogan of the Copenhagen-based startup GRIM, which rescues three-legged carrots and funny looking potatoes from going to waste. Strict beauty standards prevent such vegetables from ever seeing the inside of a supermarket, so they are generally destined to go straight to the dump. Each year, some 1.3 billion tons of fresh fruit and vegetables worldwide are discarded despite the fact that growing them uses about one quarter of the water that is required to produce food. In 2018, to oppose this crazy practice, ­Petra Kaukua and Carolin Schiemer started GRIM, a subscription food service that delivers boxes of organic fruit and vegetables to people’s doorsteps in Denmark. The concept – which also exists in Germany (Etepetete), Switzerland (UglyFruits) and the U.S. (Misfits Market) – has firmly taken root: So far, GRIM has rescued 230 tons of food, boasts more than 2,500 subscribers and expects to achieve sales of approximately one million euros in 2020.

The GRIM box (made of recycled cardboard) comes in three sizes, starting at 2-4 kg, and costs approx. €13/month.

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TEXT: CHRISTINA LIBUDA

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INTERVIEW

Takeout with a difference

René Hallen (47) produces reusable and recyclable food containers made of ocean-bound plastic. You used to be a fashion photographer – how did you b­ ecome a green entrepreneur?   Free diving is my hobby and when I moved to L.A. ­from France seven years ago, I finally had the chance to go diving in the Pacific rather than in a Parisian pool. In the ocean, I was confronted directly with the negative effects of ocean plastics and how they impact our environment, and I wanted to do something about it – also for my son, so that the earth he inherits isn’t completely ruined. I researched the subject very carefully for two years until we – designer Pascal Schaller, biotech engineer Adrian ­Colesberry and I – had honed our idea to perfection. We officially launched our company Buoy late last year. Where did you get the idea to produce food containers?  Ordering takeout is extremely widespread in the U.S. Instead of cooking, people have their food delivered. It’s not just that the usual foam or plastic-lined containers – which only appear to be earth-friendly – are catastrophic for the environment. The problem is that they’re disposable and only used once. After they’re thrown away they seep into the oceans and into our groundwater as microplastic.

Was it easy to get potential customers interested in your idea?  The coronavirus slowed things down and sped them up for us simultaneously. It seems that a fundamental change took place when everything shut down. We have a customer in Canada who already had a citywide deposit system in place but was using new plastic from China, a ghost kitchen in L.A. that supplies 25 vendors, all of whom want to use our food packaging, and a delivery service in New York. It’s a good start.

Founder René Hallen and his takeout containers made of oceanbound plastic. Crowdfunding for the water bottle (top) is scheduled to begin soon. Details: www.buoy.eco.

When will the first takeout food arrive in Buoy containers?  As soon as the supply chains are up and running, we’ll start the machines.

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What’s better about what Buoy does?  We collect ocean-bound plastic in coastal areas of ­Haiti or Mexico that don’t have an effective waste disposal system and then process the raw material in L.A. The final product is food-safe and so clean that it can be reused again and again. If it breaks, it can be easily melted down and recycled. Our deposit system ensures a closed-loop lifecycle with zero waste.


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There’s no place like home

The earliest human shelters were primarily made to protect their inhabitants from the weather and from hostile attacks. This has fundamentally changed. Today, there’s much more to the definition of home than four walls and a roof. ­ ishing to ­become more self-sufficient with w regard to energy production and water supply. Growing your own organic fruit and vegetables is becoming more popular too, and it’s something that fulfills two requirements at once: serving as a gardening hobby and a way of achieving food self-sufficiency. 3 Being together is better than being alone: rediscovering the countryside In turbulent times such as these, many students and young professionals are returning to the nest to seek safety and security with their parents. Back home, their old bedrooms provide a temporary haven of retreat with the added bonus of renewed parental care. This development could turn into a new appreciation for life in the country and result in an upward valuation of areas outside major urban centers. 4 Individualized architectural solutions Generously apportioned interior spaces where work and living areas merge have been appealing to prospective buyers for a long time. But in the current situation, where people are increasingly working from home, the desire for privacy has grown, even within one’s own four walls. As a result, people are looking for real estate that features an extra office or other type of separate room – like a playroom for children, for instance. In our view, demand will only increase for properties with architectural solutions that satisfy a client’s specific wishes. As things develop over the coming weeks and months it remains to be seen whether these changes in our working and social lives are here to stay – and to what extent the trends we have described endure and continue to unfold. What’s certain is that, as a result of the crisis, people will be looking for a safe, secure, comfortable and attractive place to live – because there’s no place quite like home. I feel very optimistic looking forward, and I’m certain that together, we will overcome every challenge that comes our way.

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"In times of the coronavirus pandemic, our haven of retreat takes on a whole new meaning." SVEN ODIA, CEO OF ENGEL & VÖLKERS AG

FACTORS THAT ­CONTRIBUTE TO A WELL-FUNCTIONING HOME OFFICE:

1 a proper technical setup  2 regular team meetings  3 clear distinction between work and leisure time 4 a suitable space in which to work* * based on a Fraunhofer FIT study

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home offers protection, warmth and security. It is also a space that reflects its owner’s personal preferences and needs, and can be designed accordingly. In times of the coronavirus pandemic, we tend to spend more time than ever in our home, and this haven of retreat that we have created for ourselves takes on a whole new meaning. Behavioral restrictions such as social distancing, which will likely accompany us for some time to come, also affect the way we live. Based on our observations over the last few months, we can see the following trends emerging: 1 The importance of entertaining and providing entertainment in a private setting One of the most important criteria when searching for a new home in the luxury real estate segment is the prospect of a sizable piece of land to go with the new property and no immediate neighbors. But the property should still be close to important infrastructure such as healthcare facilities. It should also feature the latest standard in technical equipment, enabling the client to work productively from home at any time. And since people are now spending more and more of their social and leisure time in the company of select friends at their home or in the grounds or garden, the property should fulfill all the necessary requirements for entertaining at home. As a result of this trend, we will also be seeing a rise in demand for exclusive facilities such as gyms, home cinemas, libraries, as well as pool and spa areas. 2 Independence and self-sufficiency – not just in times of emergency The desire for independence and self-sufficiency is gaining momentum as well. The crisis has exposed the extent to which governments can be dependent on other countries for certain products and how difficult it sometimes is for them to supply people with what they need. This has produced quite a bit of anxiety. So it is perfectly understandable that clients are i­ ncreasingly


Engel & Völkers has offices worldwide at over 800 locations in 33 countries. Currently, more than 12,500 people work under the Engel & Völkers brand.

€ 4,289 * 1 Puerto José Banús/Marbella, Spain € 4,084 2 Ibiza Magna/Ibiza, Spain € 3,176 3 Marina di Porto Cervo/Sardinia, Italy € 3,000 4 Marina Grande/Capri, Italy Virtual viewing is a growing trend: Between March and May of this year, the number of virtual viewings in Hamburg, Germany, increased by 360 percent. And in the city of Atlanta in the U.S., Engel & Völkers brokered the most e ­ xpensive real estate transaction of 2020 in Georgia with the help of virtual viewings.

2018 is a lucky number for Engel & Völkers, which was very pleased to be celebrating its 40th company anniversary in 2018.

€ 2,398 5 Marina di Portofino/Portofino, Italy € 2,211 6 Port de Saint-Tropez/Saint-Tropez, France € 2,045 7 Marina Port Vauban/Antibes, France € 1,533 8 Limassol Marina/Limassol, Cyprus € 1,423 9 ACI Marina Split/Split, Croatia € 1,128 10 Port Hercule/Monte Carlo, Monaco Europe’s 10 most expensive marinas *Mooring fee per day in 2019 based on the basic berth fee for a 55-meter yacht during high season at each locality

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We are also seeing a trend in yachting. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased many people’s wish for privacy and protection. Those who previously enjoyed the proximity to water on a luxurious cruise ship have increasingly chosen to spend time on a private yacht, with all the flexibility that that choice offers. Engel & Völkers has been ­brokering sales of exclusive yachts since 2007 and is constantly expanding its market presence. Engel  & Völkers Yachting is represented in ­Antibes, Monaco, ­Bodrum, Malta and – since early 2020 – Newport Beach on the U.S. West Coast.


WOMAN

Kissed by the Sun

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These golden-yellow looks and accessories will add sparkle and radiance to the fall season.

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FRILLS  This vibrant y­ ellow blouse and pants

sunlight onto treetops, making you want to reach

has inspired the Low Tide collection by design

topher John Rogers, POR.  4 COCONUT Tooth-

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very often have unusual shapes and colors. This

studio Wang & Söderström. Various different vases and sculptures, POR.  2 TO SWOON FOR As soon as it melts, the warm wax can be used to

create moments of bliss. Plant oil-based massage candle from ­O fficina Profumo Farmaceutica

di Santa Maria Novella, € 60.  3 RUFFLES AND

combo will make you stand out in a crowd. Chrispaste made of coconut oil? Sure, why not! Natural and fresh-tasting, it has antibacterial and

up and touch it. Green Furniture Concept, POR. 

looking great at the same time! This checkered mask by Silvia Tcherassi will do the trick, € 35. 

anti-inflammatory properties too. Niyok, € 14.99. 

7 NATURALLY FAST  The body of electric scoot-

­Pendant" has woolen felt leaves on wooden twigs

rather than metal. Lightweight and quiet, it can

5 ILLUMINATING  Hanging lamp "Leaf Lamp

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er "Be.e" is made of hemp, flax and organic resin go up to 58 kph. Van.Eko, € 5,500.

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TEXT: CHRISTINA LIBUDA; PHOTOS: GORUNWAY.COM (1), © 2018 VAN.EKO B.V. (1)

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True blue

From hand sanitizer to wall art – there’s sure to be something in this collection to catch your eye.

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tion, POR.  4 PROTECTIVE  Disinfectant and

6 ABSORBING   A little bit of Swedish forest

reusable, sustainable, environmentally friendly

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ADLER Lodge RITTEN, with its light and airy junior suites and chalets. Private, luxurious retreats, where the essential happens nonchalantly, because it’s just part of the standard offering. Like a cherry on top of a coconut kiss. And the Renon, that natural paradise near Bolzano, in South Tyrol. The entrance to this Garden of Eden is through a weathering steel gate bearing the ADLER name and logo. There is a spacious underground car park, and the lobby welcomes me with a sumptuous atmosphere. It really feels like a retreat, a cocoon of beauty. After making myself at home in my chalet, the question arises: a visit to the private sauna, or a dip in the 35°C water of the infinity pool? With my eyes fixed on the Dolomites, I glide through the water. The chalet itself is extremely spacious and adorned with finely crafted wood of

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Rubbish deluxe

She’s the iconic designer, founder and comeback CEO of luxury leather goods brand Anya Hindmarch. For this businesswoman and mother of five, fashion always also meant taking on responsibility. Her latest collection is made from recycled plastic bottles. INTERVIEW: Michaela Cordes  PHOTOS: Douglas Friedman PRODUCTION: Maria Mundt


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“I’m not an eco-warrior, I’m just trying to use common sense.” ANYA HINDMARCH


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nya Hindmarch did a beautiful, shocking thing last February ­during London Fashion Week. Just weeks before the coronavirus hit, she closed all her London shops and filled them with 90,000 used plastic bottles. A powerful demonstration of how much the world population consumes in the blink of an eye – and a marketing coup that not only drew attention but helped her launch her innovative I Am A Plastic Bag collection of handbags. A passionate project that took two years of research and travel between Taiwan, Florence and London, where we met the British powerhouse.

Previous double page: Anya Hindmarch in her Bespoke store im London’s Belgravia neighborhood. Left: the new I Am A Plastic Bag collection. Every bag is fashioned out of 32 recycled half-liter plastic bottles.

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Ms. Hindmarch, Plastic pollution appears to be an ever-growing problem. Eight billion tons of used plastic enter our oceans every year. The New York Times just published an article stating that “plastic pollution isn’t just fouling the world’s oceans. It is also in the air we breathe, traveling on the wind and drifting down from the skies, according to a new study. More than 1,000 tons of tiny fragments rain down each year on national parks and wilderness areas in the American West alone, equivalent to between 123 million and 300 million plastic bottles’ worth.” Your new handbag collection offers a way to deal with single-use plastic – not by throwing it away, but by re-using it to create a new material. Anya Hindmarch: I learned a lot from our first project I’m Not A Plastic Bag for which we raised awareness about single-use plastic 13 years ago. People in Asia, Europe and the U.S. were queuing for our £5 bag. Partly as a result, consumption of plastic shopping bags in the U.K. fell from 10 billion to 6.1 billion. Soon afterwards, the country started banning plastic shopping bags and passed a law requiring businesses to charge for them. But here we are in 2020 and the problem is far from solved. Rather than adding to landfill, we asked ourselves: How can we re-use what is already on the planet? So we spent two years developing our new I Am A Plastic Bag collection. The technology is quite interesting: We take PET water bottles, crush them and clean them and melt them into pellets before spinning them into yarn. The reason it took us so long to develop the collection was that I wanted to create a truly beautiful, quality canvas. Something that looked natural and that people would love to touch. We worked with an amazing supplier, too. But what is totally unique is the coating that protects the outside of the bag. Here we used PVB, the film that is put between layers of glass in car windscreens to prevent them from shattering when smashed. We managed to extract the material and coat the bag with it.

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How many plastic bottles are being used for making one of your bags? Each bag uses approximately 32 half-liter bottles, plus the re-used plastic from the windscreens of used cars. So it’s a really nice thing that every time you carry this bag you are actually saving plastic bottles from landfill. For me it was all about sending a signal about how to focus on the circular economy, showing how you can use this material to make something, wear it and then turn it into something else. How to make this circularity possible – how to use the things we have already instead of producing more. What were some of the challenges you faced? It’s been quite fascinating because I also learned a lot about leather. When we started this project, I thought we should use recycled leather for the piping, but interestingly, what they do to old scraps of leather is shred it into a kind of sand dust and then mix it – with plastic! (She laughs) That didn’t seem like the most sensible thing to do. We then looked at vegan leather, but that’s also plastic! So we circled back to leather that is handled as responsibly as possible: minimal water usage, local hides, no deforestation from Gold-rated Leather Working Group tanneries. That’s where it comes back to common sense. After all, leather is a by-product of the meat industry. After talking to many experts, we came to the conclusion that this route was the most sensible one until there are true alternatives. What did you learn during that two-year time ­period? To me it’s very important not to criticize what’s not yet perfect, but to praise the steps that have been made. Many people are too scared to even get started. But if everyone just does five or ten percent, it’s amazing how much you can rethink. Because of our project we also started looking at how we were dispatching our orders. We


Anya Hindmarch (with one of her bags from the new collection), photographed in the Tate Britain museum in London.

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used to send them in beautiful bags and boxes with all kinds of paper – crazy! So now we just have a beautiful card that says: Please go online. Everything you need to know you will find there. And we now work with recycled wrapping paper. We’re not perfect, but we’ve made a massive difference. So here is my advice: Whatever you can do today, don’t hold off. Just get started. Where do you produce the recycled canvas from the plastic bottles that are made into yarn?  The fabric is produced at a mill in Taiwan. It’s far away from my bags, which are normally all made in Florence, but it’s the only place that

“The fabric is c­ urrently ­produced in Taiwan, but I’m h ­ oping to be able to make it in ­Europe soon.” ANYA HINDMARCH

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can do this. And interestingly, Taiwan used to be called “Garbage Island” in the eighties because they had such an issue with waste. Today, they are the number three or four in the world when it comes to recycling. But I am hoping to be able to go more local quite soon and make this fabric either in Italy or Spain. One thing we are really doing is saving a lot of bottles with this bag!

With her I’m Not A Plastic Bag collection in 2007, Anya Hindmarch was already calling attention to the problem of plastic waste.

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You seem to have become one of the pioneers in the fashion industry. How did people react when you closed your London stores for Fashion Week and filled them with 90,000 used plastic bottles – the equivalent of six seconds of the world’s single-use plastic consumption?  I sit on the board of the British Fashion Council and we talk a lot about what Fashion Week is and how it must change and reflect what is going on in the world. We as a company felt we needed to communicate this project, which was a huge project in itself. It was so hard! Every person in our company of about 150 had to collect plastic bottles. Then we needed to peel off all the labels and clean the bottles. Overnight we closed three of the four stores we run in London and stored the 90,000 bottles between them. It was kind of shocking to see. P ­ eople were just stopping, taking pictures. But it really did drive the point home. It was a very weird feeling for me to be sitting at home during Fashion Week with all my stores closed, but the reaction was phenomenal! We launched the stores, but only sold the I Am A Plastic Bag collection online and on Net-a-porter. The bags sold out in a day! I was nervous beforehand – because I put my head above the pack. This was a bag that was selling for £600 whereas the last one sold for £5. But it is a

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beautiful, beautiful bag – all finished by hand. It is a feat of modern craftsmanship. You simply can’t do lovely things cheaply. When the fabrics from Taiwan arrived at the factory in Italy, every fabric roll was behaving slightly differently because it was produced from different bottles. There was a lot of engineering and craftsmanship involved in the process. I wanted to be really upfront about everything, so we put a video on our website explaining all the steps. I wanted to say: This is what we’ve done. I’m no expert, but this is what I researched. I’m not an eco-warrior – I’m just trying to use common sense. Your projects and bags seem to speak to celebrities immediately. Keira Knightley became a fan of your I’m Not A Plastic Bag project back in 2007. Reese Witherspoon was one of the first to post very actively when your new bag came out ... She is so sweet! I love Reese. This is one of her real topics. And she’s a smart woman with a lot of depth. She also has the influence to encourage people to spend their money on beautiful things. I think people want to be given a chance to make a difference, but without having to make too much of a sacrifice. And there certainly are ways to give people alternatives that aren’t too boring or ugly or difficult. I think we are all really worried about the planet. We all think that this is a climate emergency for sure. And I think people care. (Editor’s note: Anya Hindmarch used the pandemic to launch another thoughtful project for which she created more than 1.500 specially designed Holster bags to the British NHS Trust so that medical staff could easily access and carry their belongings while working during the coronavirus outbreak.) I personally loved the Sticker collection you launched a few years ago – and became aware of your brand because of its humorous approach. There always seems to be an element of not taking life or yourself too seriously. I think I don’t take myself too seriously because I am aware that fashion doesn’t save lives but is an important employer. Fashion certainly influences how we feel, affects our confidence and how we behave. But I have always thought that it should put a smile on your face. Personally, I can’t take fashion too seriously. But It’s also about having a bit of luxury, which is quite important to me too. As a teenager, what did you want to do with your life professionally? I wanted to be an opera singer! I used to sing a lot in school. But I come from a very entrepreneurial family. My older sister and my younger brother both have their own businesses and my father started his when he was very young, eventually turning it into a really big busi-


ness that had to do with plastics. Yes, he was a plastics engineer! It’s hilarious if you think about it. I grew up around plastic factories. My father invented the plastic flower pot. They used to be made out of clay. We have lots of very funny debates because he says – and I do agree with him – that in many ways plastic is actually quite a brilliant material. The problem is how people use plastic. The man who invented the plastic shopping bag, his son recently said: My father would be turning in his grave because he developed it to stop so many trees from being cut down in order to make paper bags. He carried a single plastic bag in his pocket all his life. Plastic, interestingly, has a pretty light footprint. If you talk to a lot of people, they’ll say you should wash and re-use your plastic water bottle. I have my juice bottle – I bring in my green juice every morning – and I wash it and take it back with me to the office the next day. I’ve probably been using the same bottle for four years. You wanted to become an opera singer but ended up as a handbag designer – can you explain how that happened?. Even as a young child, I loved making little wallets and containers out of paper. And having different places to store things. I love organization and I think handbags are all about organization. I myself am a super tidy person – in a really sad way. (She laughs) When I was a student I went to a lecture at school by a girl who was working in the fashion industry and she came to talk to my class. I remember that afterwards I went back to my desk and drew my first shop. I knew I wanted to have a shop and I wanted to sell leather goods. My mother gave me a handbag when I was 16, it was one of her old ones. I remember how it made me feel how much I loved the craftsmanship and the way it was made. So when I left school I didn’t go to university, I went to Florence because I wanted to spend time near the factories to understand the world of handmade leather goods. Later, I started out making bags there and selling them in England. I never had any official training but I learned very closely with the craftsmen. After that, we started our own production in England as well, opening our first shop, then more shops before finally going into wholesale. The business grew and grew in a natural way. What is your vision now – after taking over again as CEO and Creative Director. Where do you see yourself and the business in the next five to ten years?  Things are quite different now, actually. Having 55 stores around the world – all the same – no longer feels modern. I used to fly to Paris to see the person who makes my glasses and I could only buy them in Paris – which was

“Plastic is a brilliant material. The p ­ roblem is how people use it.” ANYA HINDMARCH so much more exciting. Now I want to also be able to order online. So I think what we want is a much smaller retail footprint. The retail experience is something that you can’t do online, so it’s a reason to go. I also think we want a very strong digital distribution that’s direct to the customer, very first-person. Wholesale and department stores are having a pretty tough time because the digital world has made it difficult for them to have an edge. So we are working only with the best department stores, but in a way where we do something exclusively with them. ­Otherwise everyone starts offering discounts too early. It’s a very different model, but we’ve got some quite strong ideas. You were also always quite busy outside your business and have raised five children – how old are they today?  I married a widower – my husband’s wife died six months before I met him. It was a very sad story, actually. He had three children, aged one, three and four. And then we met and married and waited a while but then had two more. So we have five children. Today the oldest is 31 and the youngest is 17. Could you tell me how you managed all of that: building a company as a mother of five and maintaining what appears to be a wonderful marriage?  My husband and I work together. We feel very lucky, and we split many of the roles, which helps a good deal. But it’s a lot of organization and a lot of work. It’s good fun, though. He takes care of the business development, legal and finance aspect. All the sort of stuff I

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don’t like doing. Sure, it can be hard at times. But it worked for us. We were expecting our first child when he joined the company 19 years ago! What else are you passionate about besides your company? How do you recharge your batteries?  I like to drink wine. (She laughs) Life is quite busy. My favorite thing is being at home at my kitchen table with friends, with a roasted chicken, very simple. I don’t love the red carpet treatment, none of that really matters. I like good friends and a nice bottle of wine, the simple life, a house full of kids. We enjoy nice holidays, spending time with the kids and seeing the world. That’s one thing I find very hard to give up in these times of environmental consciousness because I find travel so important for education. When you look back to 33 years ago when you founded your company and compare your typical customer then to your customer today – has she changed?  I guess we are right back where we started. Then and now, we’re looking at women from 25-50, people who aren’t so crazy about showing off their money and the initials of brands. They’re interested in something that lasts, fulfills a purpose, stands for a certain point of view. My belief is that your accessories should make your life easier and more efficient. And today, if you own something by Anya Hindmarch you’re also making a statement!  I always, always cared. That has always been and will always be very important to me.

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Oat to Joy

Shrewd marketing and a convincing communication strategy have turned Oatly into a hugely popular lifestyle brand. All over the world, people are discovering the Swedish market leader’s sustainable oat-based products. It all began with founder Rickard Öste and a crazy idea in a lab more than 30 years ago. TEXT: Julia Dettmer  PHOTOS: Lars Jansson / Oatly

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Toni Petersson became CEO of O ­ atly in 2012, where he’s referred to as an ”oat punk.“


The brilliant idea came to Rickard Ă–ste when he met a grains trader: oats!


he year is 1989. A small team of ­scientists at Lund University in ­Sweden is grappling with a dilemma: how to produce a plant-based milk from oats. Rickard Öste, now 72, was the professor leading the experiments at the Institute for Applied Nutritional Science.

In 2014, CEO Petersson struck up "Wow, no cow" in the middle of an oat field. The publicity helped Oatly acquire cult status.

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In fact, he had been concerning himself with the subject for the past 25 years. After all, when he was a student himself in 1963, his own professor Arne Dahlqvist discovered lactose intolerance, a condition in which the body is unable to digest cow’s milk. So Öste was eager to find a solution for something that was plaguing people around the world. The idea to use oats to create an alternative to cow’s milk suddenly came to him during a meeting with a grains trader: “That’s when I realized the potential of oats with regard to both taste and nutrition. In addition, the grain was very well suited to our rainy, cold Swedish climate,” the researcher says, describing his eureka moment in an interview with GG. So Öste put together a small group of scientists from various disciplines to develop a plant milk made from oats. It took several years of research and experimentation to ensure that the oats retained their nutritional value when the enzymes were added. Öste even traveled to Japan to learn how soy milk was produced, but he decided to stick with oats, going on to celebrate his finest moment in 1993. That’s when he came up with a recipe for a good-tasting oat milk prototype. As reward for his work, he was granted a patent in 1994, which laid the foundation for Oatly’s future. Today, some 30 years later, Öste’s vision is an integral part of many people’s lives. Almost every café or coffee shop offers oat milk as an alternative to cow’s milk and people are increasingly choosing a non-dairy alternative because they no longer want to consume animal products as much or at all. They are passionately living the dream that Öste had worked so hard to make reality by developing a nutritious beverage for people with lactose intolerance and creating an alternative for those not wishing to drink cow’s milk. And in the process, Öste achieved the even greater goal of smoothing the road toward more sustainable consumption of our planet’s resources. But every success story has its stumbling blocks and Öste’s path had its share. When he

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and his team tried to sell their patented innovation to other food producers, none showed much interest. So in the mid-nineties, under the label Mill Milk, Öste himself launched his new product in Sweden and the U.K. It was a huge success. Oatly was founded in 2001 and the first production facility opened in 2006. The eco-friendly company is now a popular lifestyle brand. The man largely responsible for this successful positioning was Toni Petersson, who took over as CEO of Oatly in 2012. A now legendary promotional video from 2014 features the businessman in a casual T-shirt with gelled-back hair, standing at a keyboard in the middle of an oat field and accompanying himself singing “Wow, wow, no cow, no, no, no,” – a song he wrote himself. The video naturally featured the unmistakable Oatly milk carton as well. The stunt was self-deprecating, authentic and evidently very appealing. It received 2.5 million views on YouTube and countless comments from people asking for the “full version of the song,” a clear indication of how well the company was communicating its new image. Simple, catchy slogans such as “It’s like milk but made for humans” helped make Oatly a highly desirable love brand. Another setback came in 2015. The Swedish dairy industry objected to the already famous claim that oat milk was like cow’s milk but made for humans (unlike cow’s milk), and took Oatly to court. The small company was no match for its powerful adversary but viewed its defeat as confirmation that it had done the right thing by questioning established norms connected with the consumption of cow’s milk. And by openly communicating its position on its website, Oatly won the hearts and minds of consumers – a smart move that translated into a sales increase of 45 percent. Today, the company no longer considers itself a combatant in a “milk war” but rather as a crucial player in a larger movement to create a more sustainable future. What began as a stumbling block become a milestone, and several more would follow. Helge Weitz of Oatly Germany, one of two general managers, says: “A further milestone was the introduction of our barista edition, something not yet available among non-dairy milk alternatives. Its perfect frothing capabilities, great taste and the fact that it didn’t curdle in coffee helped it establish itself in the excellent environment of top quality cafés.” The ensuing hype was so great that the company encountered supply bottlenecks a year after entering the U.S. market in 2018. The third milestone was Oatly’s launch in German supermarkets, ­ although


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John Schoolcraft, the man behind the unique and daring marketing campaigns, has been creative director of Oatly for the past eight years.


according to Weitz, this was anything but a walkover: “There were just two of us when we started out in late 2017, and we had to deal with many reservations from our trade partners. They refused to believe that Oatly would ever be anything but a niche product. They also told us that our communication was too Englishfocused, the packaging had too much writing on it and that German consumers were different and needed to be targeted in a different way.” So it took a while to convince buy-

The brand’s sustainable lifestyle image naturally helps to amplify Oatly’s luster.

Oatly’s advertising slogans are quirky, direct and sometimes sheer nonsense. The packaging, itself a main communication channel, is often entirely covered with messages and information.

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ers to add Oatly to their range, but today, the brand can be found in almost every German supermarket. The brand’s sustainable lifestyle image naturally helps to amplify its luster. Influencers with broad social media reach like Ella Mills, the food writer and entrepreneur behind Deliciously Ella (1.7 million followers on Instagram) or Madeleine Alizadeh, the activist, podcaster and author behind Dariadaria (more than 290,000 followers on Instagram) use their channels to feature delicious plant-based foods and explain that it’s not all that difficult at all to find alternatives to animal products. Looking around in the supermarket, you’ll notice that the Oatly products are not relegated to the natural foods, organic or special diet section. Instead, they’re on the shelf right beside the cow’s milk. And the selection of products is considerable: In addition to regular oat milk there’s the previously mentioned barista edition, a number of low-fat versions, an organic oat milk and one fortified with calcium. The product design is uniform, consisting of natural shades of beige and brown with touches of blue, white and black as well as plenty of written text. The packaging underscores the brand’s laidback but authentic image and scores points for recognition value. A quarter of a million followers on Instagram regularly “like” the company’s nonsensical postings like the one where a young man sets up an inline skating course marked by empty Oatly cartons only to trip over them awkwardly in the end. But Oatly’s social media strategy isn’t just based on naive humor; rather, the company consistently communicates its sustainable values. Producing a liter of oat milk, for instance, releases less than a third of the carbon dioxide that producing a liter of cow’s milk does.

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At Oatly headquarters in Sweden, we glance at some figures and are duly impressed: The company achieved sales of 1 billion SEK (roughly 95 million euros) in 2018 and almost double that in 2019. Oatly is still quite small compared to most dairy milk producers in Europe but the company is growing fast. With a market share of nearly 40 percent, it’s the market leader among oat milk producers in Germany. And what started out as a twoman show almost three years ago is now a company with 30 employees. Worldwide, Oatly employs more than 500 people. But the company has no intention of resting on its laurels. “We can make anything out of oats that can be made from milk, and our products range from beverages to ice cream to cream cheese alternatives,” says Tobias Goj, Oatly Germany’s other general manager. And although he isn’t permitted to say exactly what the company has in the pipeline, he intimates that the inventive Swedes still have quite a few surprises up their sleeve. All of Oatly’s new products are painstakingly researched and developed in Öste’s lab, just as they were 30 years ago. This degree of investment in a scientific approach is one of the reasons why it’s impossible to get a liter of oat milk for the same price as a liter of cow’s milk. Added to that, Oatly is competing in a market that is determined by dumping prices. If you consider what it costs to produce cow’s milk and then throw the term “animal welfare” into the equation, what you get is nothing short of a scandal, says Goj. There’s something else that needs taking into consideration, in Germany, at least: “Our oat milk is classified as a beverage as opposed to a foodstuff, which means that the value-added tax rate on our products is 19 percent rather than 7 percent, the rate applying to milk.” Meanwhile, consumption of cow’s milk in Germany has decreased. According to the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, 2.5 percent less milk was produced in 2019 compared with the previous year. Per capita consumption has also dropped by 3.6 percent. And as people are drinking less cow’s milk, they are drinking more plant-based alternatives, with consumption rising rapidly to more than 30 percent over the course of a year, and the trend is upwards. In other words, the needle of the food compass is quite clearly pointing toward plant-based milk alternatives. Oat milk fans can check out the interactive map on oatfinder.oatly.com to find the stores, coffee shops and cafés selling oat milk products close to where they live. In Europe and the U.S., the map is already covered with black dots. So you don’t have to be clairvoyant to predict that before very long, the rest of the world is sure to follow.


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Sir David Attenborough has seen the disastrous course our planet is taking with his very own eyes.

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Planet Attenborough You could call him the good conscience of nature. Sir David Attenborough, now 94, has been advocating for a deeper understanding of the beauty of our planet for 70 consecutive years. Now the extraordinary ­natural historian has turned into an environmental activist.TEXT: Patrick Barkham


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Attenborough’s newest series are filled with messages about environmental destruction.

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“Seven Worlds, One Planet”: ­Attenborough filmed giant colonies of young emperor penguins in Antarctica.


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n the late 1980s, a meeting was convened at the BBC studios on Whiteladies Road in ­Bristol, England. Its participants discussed the i­mminent r­etirement of a gray-haired freelancer who had been working with the BBC for almost four d ­ ecades. “We need to think about who is going to take over from D ­ avid when this series is finished,” a junior p ­ roducer, Mike Gunton, remembered his boss saying.

“Seven Worlds, One Planet”: The blue-faced, snubnosed monkey is found only in the mountains of China. Attenborough had to wait 50 years before finally capturing one on camera.

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Sir David Attenborough was nearing 65 and putting the finishing touches to “The Trials of Life,” the third of his epic series about the natural world. These programs had been broadcast around the globe. They had established a new genre, perhaps even a new language of wildlife films. It was a fine legacy. Now it was time to go. When Alastair Fothergill became head of the BBC Natural History Unit a few years later, executives were still worrying over the same question. The BBC director-general asked him to find a new David Attenborough. “I remember thinking, that’s not very sensible,” said Fothergill. “He has always been this great oak tree under which it’s been hard for a sapling to grow.” Today, Mike Gunton has ascended the ranks to become creative director of the Natural History Unit. He still attends meetings on Whiteladies Road. But, three decades after the subject was first broached, finding the next ­David Attenborough is no longer on the agenda. “We still haven’t got an answer and I don’t want one,” Gunton told me. Attenborough was born on May 8, 1926, 17 days after the Queen. And, like the Queen, he has become a symbol of stability in a turbulent world. It is hard to imagine a time before he was on our screens, affably engaging with sloths or giant turtles – partly because there wasn’t. Television was invented the year after he was born, and only began to enter people’s homes in the 1950s, when he was beginning his career. The first program he made was watched by barely 10,000 people gazing at 405 flickering black-and-white lines on large boxes in living rooms in the southeast of England. In spring of 2019, his series “Our Planet” became Netflix’s most-watched original documentary, watched by 33 million people in its first month. Attenborough and the Queen are more than just contemporaries. “I see them quite a lot,” Attenborough said of the royal family when I met him at his home in Richmond. He first encountered the Queen’s children, Charles and

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Anne, in 1958, when they toured the BBC’s Lime Grove studios and the young presenter introduced them to his pet cockatoo, Cocky. In 1986, the year after Attenborough was knighted, he produced the first of six Christmas broadcasts for the Queen. Last year, he was interviewed by Prince William on stage at Davos; the future king asked him for advice on how best to save the planet. In our fractured age, Attenborough is the closest we have to a universally beloved public figure. Last year, a YouGov poll found him to be the most popular person in Britain. But Attenborough transcended national treasure status some years ago. He is a truly global figure now. So many Chinese viewers downloaded “Blue Planet II” that it temporarily slowed down the country’s internet, according to the Sunday Times. As he moves from the White House to the World Economic Forum, urging presidents, businesspeople and the public to better protect the environment, he has come to be viewed, in a way he sees as overblown, as a keeper of humanity’s conscience. “There will never be another David Attenborough. What makes him special, apart from all his personal qualities, is the timing of his life,” said Fothergill. When Attenborough began traveling the world in the 1950s, Fothergill noted, we were in a different geological epoch, the Holocene. Today, we live in the Anthropocene, an epoch defined by Homo sapiens’ disruptive dominance of the planet. “He’s seen more of the natural world than any human being that has ever lived on the planet and he’s also seen more change than anyone else. And he feels a responsibility.” Despite the adulation, one charge has dogged Attenborough for decades. Critics argue that he has built himself a unique storytelling platform, only to fail to tell the most important story of all: the destructive impact of people on the planet. But one reason Attenborough has thrived on screen for seven decades is because he has always sensed how attitudes are changing, and moved with the times. For a long time, he maintained that his programs must showcase the wonders of the natural world, and not speak of the human one. Now his newest series are filled with urgent messages about environmental destruction. Still, he resists the idea that he has changed; he prefers to say that it is the public mood that has transformed. After a lifetime of caution, almost despite himself, he has become a leading champion for action. Attenborough fell in love with the natural world as a boy, exploring his way through his neighborhood in Leicester, looking for bugs, insects and amphibians. The middle child of three brothers, he grew up in a family of


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”Seven Worlds, One Planet”: The multi-milliondollar production took four years to complete and covered 50 countries. Here: shots from Europe (1 + 3), Antarctica (2), South America, Earth's most species rich continent (4), and Asia (5).


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teachers. His father was principal of University College, Leicester. His mother was a talented pianist. Attenborough’s storytelling has been honed over seven decades in television – and he is, above all, a TV man. After studying natural sciences at Cambridge, he married his university sweetheart, Jane Oriel, and ditched his boring junior publishing job for the glamorous new world of television. In 1954, Attenborough traveled to Sierra Leone with Jack Lester, London Zoo’s curator of reptiles, to film a new series, “Zoo Quest.” The concept was simple: they would catch wild animals – their bounty from Sierra ­Leone included pythons, bird-eating spiders and their big prize, the bald-headed rockfowl – and bring them back to London to add to the zoo’s collection. At the outset, Attenborough was the producer, director, sound man and animal wrangler. He only ended up being the presenter because Lester was taken ill after the first episode. Over the next few years, new series of “Zoo Quest” appeared and Attenborough’s reputation grew In 1965, he became controller of BBC Two, an appointment greeted with skepticism by “TV professionals” quoted in newspaper columns of the day. At first, he was considered lightweight, a youthful bit of eye-candy, but he was soon hailed for his “unexpected” success, as a Daily Express profile put it. As the channel’s controller and then director of programs for both BBC channels, Attenborough was a great innovator. Programs that emerged under his watch include “Dad’s Army,” “Porridge” and “Monty Python’s Flying Circus.” In 1972, he championed “community programming” that included what has been described as the first sympathetic portrayal of transgender people on British television. Attenborough’s achievements at BBC Two made him a prime candidate for director-general, the top job at the corporation. But he was tiring of the senior executive’s life and in the early ’70s he resigned. He persuaded the BBC that he could create a “Civilisation”-style treatment of the evolution of plants and animals. This series took three years to make. “Life on Earth” was broadcast for 55 minutes on 13 consecutive Sunday evenings in 1979. Despite the presence of a safari-suited Attenborough, binoculars around his neck, skipping between exotic locations, the early episodes often feel like a lecture with moving pictures. But as its epic story slowly unfolds, the series warms up. The writing is often superb: “Four million animals and plants in the world,” says Attenborough, “four million different solutions to staying alive.” The penultimate episode, on primates, features the first memorable Attenborough “two shot,” where he appears alongside another animal. He joins a grooming session

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“There is more meaning and mutual understanding in exchanging a glance with a gorilla than any other animal I know.” SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH among mountain gorillas in Rwanda, and still has the presence of mind to whisper: “There is more meaning and mutual understanding in exchanging a glance with a gorilla than any other animal I know.” Although some facts have changed – we now know there are more than 8 million species, not 4 million – the series stands the test of time. For old-timers at the BBC, history is divided into before and after “Life on Earth.” The series established what television executives call the “blue-chip” natural history blockbuster. While the BBC has relinquished its dominance over most genres, it remains the pre-eminent maker of natural history programs, according to Fothergill. So much of that “is down to David,” he said. Much imitated, these blockbusters are still a huge global export: The BBC will not reveal what profit, if any, these series make, but “Planet Earth II” and “Blue Planet II” were sold to more than 235 territories. After the success of “Life on Earth,” Attenborough spent much of the ’80s completing what became a triumvirate of blue-chip behemoths, with “The Living Planet” exploring ecology and “The Trials of Life” revealing animal behavior. He also turned his attention to series about less fashionable subjects: plants, spiders, stick insects and other invertebrates. Audiences liked his enthusiasm, his quick wit and his affection for animals. By the early ’80s, Attenborough’s programs had been broadcast around the world and he became recognized wherever he went. But he was not yet, to use another label that vexes him, a global superstar. Until recently, when Attenborough’s series were shown on U.S. television, broadcasters would replace his

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narration with voices they thought an American audience would prefer. In 2010, when “Life” was broadcast in the U.S., Oprah Winfrey was the narrator. Attenborough’s scripts are written by production teams, but he is an unusually rigorous editor and rewriter. Even today, Attenborough rewrites each script to fit his own turn of phrase and checks for accuracy. When filming, according to Mike Gunton, Attenborough does not learn his lines precisely. “He looks at it and comes back and says: ‘What do you think if I say it like this?’ His turn of phrase and the way he delivers these turns of phrase – it’s got such power. He has the same genes as his brother,” meaning Richard, the Oscar-winning actor-director, who died in 2014. “I’ve often said he’s as good a performer as his brother,” Gunton said. By his own admission, it took some time for Attenborough to realize just what a threat humankind posed to the environment. When he was younger, he said, people knew of species that had gone or almost gone extinct, such as the Arabian oryx and the dodo, but “you didn’t perceive it as a major ecological problem. And in point of fact, let’s be honest, if the Hawaiian goose disappears, the world doesn’t actually judder in its revolutions.” It wasn’t until “Life on Earth” that he came to see that species decline was systemic and “actually the disappearance of the giant panda represented some major change.” For most of his life, Attenborough’s environmentalism has been the old-fashioned, offscreen variety, lending his support to numerous green charities. Continued on page 254


Remote and luxurious: Lovely 70-square-meter beach suites line the white sandy shore.

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Green Fantasy

In times when it’s better to remain at home it helps to let the mind wander. At this eco-friendly island retreat in the South China Sea, social d ­ istancing takes on a whole new meaning. Only 70 exclusive guests are allowed to visit simultaneously. TEXT: Irina von Gagern  PHOTOS: Bawah Reserve


No airplane, no ship, just myriad shades of blue stretching as far as the horizon.


From the air, the split jetty in the lagoon looks like the tip of a mermaid’s tail.

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When night falls the jungle awakens and I’m serenaded by a ­wilderness concert.

This page: Water is used sparingly at Bawah and painstakingly recycled. Facing page: Guests staying at the resort’s 19 beach suites fall asleep to the gentle washing of the waves and wake up to stunning views of white sand and a turquoise sea.


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awah is a tiny group of islands in the South China Sea, a name that makes even seasoned luxury travelers go ­starry-eyed. In Indonesian, ”bawah“ means ”far below,“ a g ­ eographical ­reference to Bawah’s location at the southernmost point of the Anambas Archipelago of around 300 ­islands between Borneo and Malaysia. From the air, Bawah Reserve is already bursting with promise. The pilot of our small seaplane circles the main island, which has five smaller ones surrounding it, and I admire the view – the beauty of the dense jungle, the white secluded beaches and the sparkling water all around. The aircraft touches down onto the smooth surface of the lagoon and heads toward one of the terminals on the split wooden jetty that looks for all the world like a mermaid’s tail from above. Twelve years ago, while on a sailing trip, British businessman Tim Hartnoll discovered and

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instantly fell in love with the tiny, uninhabited island paradise beneath a centuries-old tropical forest. The 64-year-old shipping magnate who lived with his wife and three grown children in Singapore had made a lot of money in the shipping industry and was able to purchase the 300-hectare main island as well as the five small neighboring ones. What makes Bawah so unique apart from its secluded location and untouched natural surroundings is the giant lagoon, thanks to which this magical place is accessible by seaplane even though it’s so remote. But it took six years to transform this enchanting island into a luxury eco-resort because Bawah is situated in a nature reserve, where the use of heavy machinery is forbidden. Hartnoll engaged Singapore architect and designer Sim Boon Yang, a specialist for ecological projects, to gently integrate 35 villas into the tropical landscape. I’m staying at one of the 19 beach suites, where prices start at € 1,855 per night, depending on the season. The overwater bungalows perched on stilts with their stunning views of the lagoon are even more exclusive: Prices start at €2,250 per night. A sandy path, freshly raked, leads from the reception area into the jungle. Every few


Behind me, the jungle, before me, like a giant bathtub, the turquoise waters of the lagoon.

The Tree Tops restaurant overlooks its surroundings (top). Left: Many fresh ingredients are grown in the resort’s own garden. Right: exclusive overwater bungalows on stilts.


meters I see a lovingly painted wooden sign suspended from the branches. Each one bears the name of a current guest and points the way to their villa. I wonder for a moment whether this practice conforms with data protection regulations back in the EU, but am instantly charmed the moment I catch sight of the IRINA sign, which I follow to my own beach suite – an open, light-filled bamboo structure with a high, white tent roof and bamboo-straw blinds serving as side walls. I walk up a couple of bamboo steps to reach the veranda, which is just meters from the sea. Behind me in the 70-square-meter space is the bedroom and behind it, a beautiful bath.

Wagon-wheel-sized stony corals in pastel colors and deep blue starfish – right on my doorstep.

GETTING THERE Due to the pandemic, the resort closed in March but is scheduled to reopen soon. Guests usually fly to Singapore, where an overnight stay, for instance at the Mandarin Oriental, starts at € 230 per night (www.mandarinoriental.com). The following morning, you are driven to the harbor and met by a member of staff from the Bawah Reserve with ferry tickets in hand. The crossing to Batam, an island belonging to Indonesia, takes 45 minutes. From there, you proceed to the nearby airport and board a Twin Otter that gets you to Bawah in about an hour. German tour operator Trauminsel Reisen offers an all-inclusive 5-night package in a Beach Suite with transfers from and to Singapore Airport and to and from Bawah starting at € 3,710. For reservations, visit www.trauminselreisen.de or call +49 815 29 31 90.

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The tub and sinks have been handcrafted from recycled Indonesian copper and feature clean, elegant lines. At Bawah, great care is taken to protect the environment, but in an unobtrusive way. Hot water comes courtesy of well-concealed solar panels and both rain and seawater are treated to produce drinking water, which is filled into bottles. I’ve traveled light. No more than 15 kilos are allowed on the last stage of the journey by seaplane, so I’ve only brought with me a few summer dresses and bikinis, a pair of sneakers, sandals and my yoga things. A morning yoga session on the beach is included in the price, as are daily spa treatments, a beach picnic on secluded Coconut Beach and all water sports and activities with the exception of diving. There’s a straw hat for me to use hanging on the coat rack and I spot a specially developed coral-friendly sunscreen in the bathroom alongside other care products. In true earth-friendly fashion, all of them are provided in reusable ceramic containers. Someone has dropped off some snorkeling equipment on the veranda for me, and I decide to try it out immediately. I am richly rewarded by the sight of wagon-wheel-sized stony corals in pastel colors and deep blue starfish right here in the lagoon on my doorstep. A delicious meal made from local ingredients is served in the evening. I climb some stone steps that have been cut into the cliff near the mermaid jetty to reach the elegant Tree Tops restaurant which, incidentally, was also designed by Sim Boon Yang. The woven reed roof, which looks like an upside down birds’ nest, is supported by an airy bamboo structure that is open on three sides. At dusk, the view

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of the lagoon is absolutely stunning. There are about two dozen other guests of all different ages at Bawah. Traveling by themselves or as couples, they come from all over the world, including Germany, England, Italy, Asia and the U.S. Here on the island, the dress code is relaxed. When night falls, the jungle awakens and from the wilderness beyond my suite, I’m serenaded later in the evening with a breathtaking concert. Luckily, I neither see, hear nor feel any mosquitoes. Teguh Wahyu Pramana, Bawah’s chief gardener, shows me his ingenious system for controlling them that doesn’t use any chemicals at all. He fills several containers with water to encourage the mosquitoes to breed, but before the larvae have a chance to hatch, he flushes the water away. Captain Green, as Teguh is known on Bawah, is very proud of his huge garden, where he grows just about all the fruits and vegetables you can imagine, including eggplant, bananas, chili peppers and herbs. The list goes on. I can tell how fond Captain Green is of his garden, but he loves the island very much too and wholly supports Tim Hartnoll’s sustainable hotel concept. During my stay on Bawah, I’m struck time and again by how passionate the staff are about their place of work. Sakti Nasukha is no exception. He and I have arranged to meet for a walk through the jungle. The 29-year-old was one of the first Bawah employees and tells me enthusiastically about the unique plants and animals that live here. He leads me along a steep and narrow path through the dense greenery until we reach the highest point of the island, where we stop for a breather near a magnificent Dipterocarpus grandiflorus – an endangered hardwood tree that stands over 40 meters tall. Sakti tells me proudly that the tree is probably around 270 years old. A family of hill mynas living in the crown of the tree draws our attention with their loud, piercing cries. We encounter other tropical birds as well, including yellow bittern, mangrove blue flycatchers and gray-capped emerald doves. Sakti shows me some fish bones lying on the ground – clear evidence of an osprey’s meal. After walking for about half an hour we slip through a narrow opening in a magnificent blooming pink orchid bush to emerge on a stony plateau some 50 meters above the sea. Behind me lies the jungle and before me, like a giant bathtub, the sparkling, incredibly beautiful turquoise waters of the lagoon. Beyond that, there’s nothing at all. No airplane, no ship, just myriad shades of blue stretching as far as the horizon. I feel a small pang of regret at the thought of having to leave this wonderful place and return to civilization the next day.


Looking for a new kind of happiness

Instead of concrete, this influential architect embraces warm materials and traditional Japanese techniques. Kengo Kuma always strives for harmony with nature. An approach he took as well when designing the National Stadium in Tokyo. The Olympic Games are to take place here next year. INTERVIEW: Martin Tschechne

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Cutting the deadwood: Japanese ­architect Kengo Kuma has had enough of soulless concrete deserts in cities.


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NATIONAL STADIUM  Kuma built a spectacular stage for the Olympic Games scheduled to take place in ­Tokyo in 2021: The wooden lattice structure almost gives it the appearance of flying.


1HOTEL PARIS  A vertical jungle on the left bank of the Seine in Paris is scheduled for completion by 2022. In Kengo Kuma’s design for a hotel complex, nature seems to be bursting out of the facade.

FOREST EDGE  With the exhibition center being built in the north of Strasbourg (Parc des Expositions – PEX), Kuma brings the forest into the city with a design that won an international competition.


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o other architect champions the aesthetic traditions of his country in the world like Kengo Kuma. His buildings are sustainable and resource-efficient. In our interview, he explains how the Fukushima catastrophe completely changed the way his fellow Japanese think and why he believes the ­ illennia-old Japanese lifestyle can serve as a model for the 21st century. m

Kuma-san, almost 30 years ago you built a car showroom in Tokyo that you evidently got a lot of fun out of. You referenced Russian constructivism, constructed medieval walls and crowned the whole thing with a huge Ionic column. Today you use materials such as rice paper and bamboo, glass and plastic – and built a stadium for the 2021 Olympic Games out of wood. What happened in between?  Hmm. We’re 30 years older. And possibly also a little wiser.

PHOTOS: KENGO KUMA & ASSOCIATES/LUNANCE (1); IMAGES BY LUXIGON, MIR (1)

Can you be more specific?  When I started out in architecture back in the 1980s, the one thing I wanted to do more than anything else was criticize the prevailing modernism. In my eyes, it had fizzled out. That’s why I committed to a kind of postmodernism – that’s what all that staged chaos with a Greek column in the middle of it stood for. But the idea soon lost its appeal. What happened?  In the long run, postmodernism was too academic for people. You can’t keep telling the same joke over and over for years on end. The 1990s were difficult for me after that. I was hardly getting any work in Tokyo, so I had to leave the city and look for smaller projects. That was a turning point in the way I see myself as an architect. Do people build differently in the provinces than in the cities?  Oh yes! At least they did in Japan at the time. In Tokyo, I’d always worked with big construction companies. Large-scale projects – everything was organized, everyone had their own area. I dealt with the managers. I had virtually nothing to do with the tradesmen or craftspeople. And in the country?  I was responsible in a totally different way. I talked to the craftspeople, watched them work – and learned a great deal. What exactly? Techniques? Or was it more like

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an outlook on life, a way of seeing the world that you learned?  Both, actually. But more than anything else, I learned to recognize and appreciate the value of craftsmanship, the care that goes into the details, the cleverness of the solutions. They were really good, intense conversations. We’ve got fantastic craftspeople in Japan, you know, and they’ve got thousands of years of tradition behind them. And then you returned to the city.  That’s right. My talks with craftspeople had taught me about far more than just their techniques. I’d become aware of values like sustainability, modesty – and a special kind of economy. You could call it thriftiness, I suppose. Or even humility. You studied in New York, run a second office in Paris and have developed residential concepts for Moscow and a civic center for Sydney. You build in Beijing and Lausanne, in Arnhem and São Paulo, Aix-en-Provence and Vancouver. In other words, all over the world. Two years ago, the building you designed for the Dundee branch of London’s V&A Museum opened its doors in Scotland – and yet you still describe yourself as perhaps the most Japanese architect of our times. How do the two things go together?  I think there’s a system of values evolving in Europe and the U.S. that the traditional Japanese lifestyle is very compatible with. It’s simple, shows consideration for other people and is more mindful of making sustainable decisions. I think it could be a model for the 21st century. In one of your ref lections on architecture, you write that needs have already changed: People don’t want monumental buildings anymore, nothing that sets itself apart from the rest of the neighborhood.  Yes, I believe our sense of aesthetics has changed. People here in Japan have developed a different mentality, especially since the earthquake that took place in 2011. They look for happiness in different places, and I believe they’re looking for a different kind of

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happiness too. There’s something you could call a new spirituality. Japan is reflecting on its own tradition. The catastrophe fundamentally changed people here. You’re particularly referring to the devastating consequences for the Fukushima power plant?  The country came to its senses, so to speak. Before that happened, I used to try and create something along the lines of islands with my projects, islands of simplicity or calm – but the misfortunes of 2011 afflicted the entire country. From the outside, that’s hard to tell. We’re still seeing what seems like a very lavish and carefree approach to energy in Japan. Even the nuclear reactors have been brought back online. So what has actually changed?  Prime Minister Shinzo Abe might not be able to redefine our entire energy policy. But I think most politicians are saying that fundamental changes are needed. What did the tsunami and the Fukushima catastrophe mean for architecture? You yourself once said that one of the major effects of the earthquake was that it destroyed architecture inspired by Western, American models.  I think you can sum up the big transformation after the catastrophe very simply: Find new ways! Your own ways! After World War II, Japan fought to catch up with the West. It was a compulsion that seized the entire country. We’d been defeated, so we tried to emulate the Americans culturally and economically. Turning towards nuclear energy was just one aspect of that – we more or less adopted the entire system. And the earthquake was something like a sign from heaven ...  It was a very clear warning signal. But Japan has always been subject to the f­orces of nature. And people have learned to adapt to that.  That’s true. Our respect for the powers of nature in earlier times is apparent from the


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KITHUL-AMI  Centenary honors: Made of palm fibers, this pavilion in Sri Lanka is Kengo Kuma’s gentle monument to the great architect Geoffrey Bawa.


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fact that Japanese houses used to be built at a safe distance to the sea. Preferably a bit ­higher up the hill, where a tsunami couldn’t sweep them away. That might not have been true of Tokyo because we’re protected by the bay here. But it was very definitely the case further north. People knew that a huge wave rolled across the land every 60 or 80 years and swept away everything in its path. So they tended to keep their distance from the water. That was clever. Unfortunately, we ­ignored those lessons in the 20th century. It was tempting to live by the water, so we built our houses there – along with shopping malls, industrial plants and even nuclear power stations. Today we know what a momentous mistake that was!

“The idea is to overcome an ­architecture of sculptural objects.” KENGO KUMA What do the most recent catastrophes mean for your own work?  Before the tsunami I had a vague feeling that we ought to develop a post-American, postmodern system. It was just intuition, a slight sense of unease with the way things were going. But now I’m utterly convinced: That’s the direction we ought to be heading in. In terms of architecture?  I’ve turned my attention to wood as a material a lot more purposefully than in the past. And not just because of my own convictions – at my clients’ urging too. Their whole mentality had changed – and that changed their understanding of aesthetics as well. Flick through some Japanese architecture magazines: In the past you’d have seen virtually nothing but gray concrete, but nowadays you’re increasingly likely to come across the mellow, warm hues of wood.

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And what does that tell us?  People crave natural materials. Personally, I’ve always felt attracted to wood: The colors, the light, the craftsmanship and the smell have always reminded me of my childhood. But now there are a lot of architects who think the same way. People simply want to live with wood again. It’s a very contemporary, future-proof material for building houses. Few construction materials are as sustainable as wood. It’s fragrant, creates a pleasant indoor climate and corresponds to the human

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scale. Thanks to modern technology, not even flammability is an issue any more. We ought to rediscover it. Nevertheless, it’s still concrete that sets the tone in the modern architecture of Japan. In your native Tokyo, the style of somebody like Tadao Ando is in evidence on every street corner: austere, smooth, polished surfaces in a very elegant gray.  That’s true, concrete was the 20th century’s means of expression, just think of brutalism. But today we’re finding better solutions. Take the Culture Tourist Information Center in Asakusa: We stacked the structures of the traditional wooden houses found in the neighborhood one on top of the other to create a tower – obviously that’s a statement. And then there’s the stadium for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Which you designed out of wood. And there are green plants growing out of the exterior walls. How did you get a concept like that accepted?  Well, there were two competitions. The first was won by London architect Zaha Hadid, who died in 2016. Tadao Ando was chairman of the jury, and I didn’t even take part in the competition because I knew that his and my views were very far apart How come there was a second competition?  The government, our Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, pulled the plug after the costs for the stadium had doubled. On top of that, a few very influential architects had called for protests against Zaha Hadid’s design – people like Fumihiko Maki and Toyo Ito. And almost 90,000 people signed the petition. In your opinion, what was Zaha Hadid’s mistake?  Maybe she didn’t judge the location correctly. She wanted to erect an outstanding building, a monument. That was her great, magnificent talent. She could design buildings that stood out from their surroundings. But in the case of the Olympic stadium, you’re dealing with a very sensitive place. The site is in Meiji Jingu Gaien Park with the famous picture gallery of Emperor Meiji – in a place like that, the architecture should show respect for its surroundings rather than trying to make itself the center of attention. You’ve provided theoretical justification for your position too. Even 10 years ago, you were writing essays in which you challenged your fellow architects and clients to change their way of thinking: “Anti-Object” – architecture that sees itself as a service. That’s a very modern approach. Has time proved you right? It looks that way. The idea is to overcome an Continued on page 252


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Surrounded by idyllic nature, six kilometres from San Miguel and four kilometres from San Mateo, lies this modern eco-residence. Hidden away behind unassuming gates leading off a quiet country road, the house with its white façade nestles amazingly well amid the blossoming scenery of the hillside plot, which spans some three hectares. That’s equivalent to about four football pitches; native farmland where palm, olive and fig trees now grow. The nearest neighbours are far enough away that they’re neither seen nor heard. The interiors and terraces of this eco-friendly summer residence, when combined, span almost 870 square metres. It was designed and built by the Ibizan architect Rolf Blakstad, in line with traditional Mediterranean architecture dating back to the 7th century. “To this day, there’s hardly a more efficient way to keep a house cool in summer and warm in the winter,” says Blakstad, whose company Blakstad Design Consultants is specialised in environmentally friendly construction. Locally produced bricks form the foundations behind the smooth, plastered white walls, while rustic wood sourced from the surrounding forests creates beautiful points of contrast in the form of ceilings and doors. The house is connected up to the island’s main grid, but most of the electricity is generated by solar energy. In winter, the generator helps out from time to time. Drinking water is supplied from the property’s on-site well, which is also used for the pool. Waste water is filtered and treated for the irrigation system. So, in a sense, this is a closed ecosystem. Vast panoramic windows and sliding doors

have been incorporated into the cooling walls of the property, forming connections between the airy, cuboid interiors and the various outdoor terraces, and inviting the sunlight to come flooding in. One’s view cannot help but sweep to the outside, where ancient trees and newly planted palms enclose the estate in soft hues of green. “The idea was to connect the interior and exterior here in ways that blur the boundaries,” says the Dutch businessman and current owner, Emile Kuenen. He had the property built in 2017 as a second home for his family. The light-flooded living room with a glass roof forms the heart of this residence. It is the space connecting the living area with the pool and the shady patio, which spans some 50 square metres and has a 450-year-old olive tree at its centre. Life is played out here under its branches on hot summer days. Anyone who lives on Ibiza, says Kuenen, is unlikely to be actively on the lookout for sunshine. “The house was designed so that you can walk around while always staying in the shade.” After taking a dip in the pool, he loves more than anything to simply throw himself into the plush sofa cushions and relax. Like everything in the house, these are very easy to clean. “We wanted to be able to walk into the bedroom with wet feet and not have a heart attack if the kids happen to be jumping around on the sofas or guests are dancing on the table,” says Kuenen with a smile. The casual, summer-infused interior design, which bears the signature of the South African designer Sumari Krige, is both practical and beautiful. Kuenen fell in love with her style while visiting Krige’s interior shop “La Grange” in Cape Town and promptly commissioned her to design his villa. Rustic accessories and robust fabrics adorned with African patterns lend an enthralling ethno look to the otherwise minimalist style of the house, extending down to the lower levels that comprise a home cinema and fitness room. It’s not just the cushion covers that make you feel immediately at home here though. “When I first came to the island in 2011, I was just captivated by the ‘Ibiza magic’, as they say here,” says Kuenen. The play of oranges and reds in the sky is truly majestic, and can be enjoyed here lying in bed in the mornings from all seven bedrooms, as well as the pool house. Then there’s the magic of the silence that lies over the property like a protective veil. Kuenen is sure of one thing: “As well as being eco-friendly, this villa is also soul-friendly. The stresses of everyday life fall away the very moment you cross the threshold to this home.”

Ibiza, San Juan, San Miguel, The Balearics, Spain  Interior & terraces approx. 866 m² Land approx. 2.61 ha Rooms 7 E&V ID W-02H80Y  Contact Ibiza (ES) Engel & Völkers Ibiza, S.L., Licence Partner of Balearev GmbH Tel. +34 971 80 71 80 E-mail ibiza@engelvoelkers.com

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Waikiki  Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America  Property type  Apartment Price USD 3.388 mill.  Interior approx. 2,378 ft²  No. of bedrooms 2  E&V ID AM-174356  Contact Engel & Völkers Honolulu (US) – 745 Fort Street, Suite #608, Honolulu, HI 96813 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Kay Mukaigawa Tel. +1 808 479 9090 E-mail Kay.Mukaigawa@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: TORI TAGLIO – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2011

Sun Valley  Ketchum, Idaho, United States of America

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Property type  House Price USD 20 mill.  Interior approx. 14,262 ft²  Land approx. 3.03 acres  E&V ID E-002P08  Contact Sun Valley (US) KBEVSV, LLC – 291 First Ave North – Ketchum, ID 83340 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Travis Jones Tel. +1 208 721 8579 E-mail travis.jones@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: JON MENEZES – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1902

Bozeman  Gallatin County, Montana, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 1.15 mill.  Interior approx. 2,022 ft²  Land approx. 9.91 acres  E&V ID AM-173532  Contact Bozeman (US) Montana 406, LLC – 319 E Mendenhall – Bozeman, MT 59715 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Pollyanna Snyder Tel. +1 406 404 1960 E-mail pollyanna.snyder@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1900

Big Timber  Sweetgrass County, Montana, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 995,000  Interior approx. 2,240 ft²  Land approx. 46.7 acres  E&V ID AM-171050  Contact Livingston (US) Montana 406, LLC – 105 West Park Street Unit 5 – Livingston, MT 59047 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Jane Tecca Tel. +1 406 223 0453 E-mail jane.tecca@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Little Bitterroot Lake  Marion, Montana, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 5.795 mill.  Interior approx. 7,228 ft²  Land approx. 9.45 acres  E&V ID AM-173710  Contact Missoula (US) Western Frontier, LLC – 321 N. Higgins Ave – Missoula, MT 59802 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Dawn Maddux Tel. +1 406 550 4131 E-mail dawn.maddux@engelvoelkers.com 

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Montrose  Colorado, United States of America

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Property type  Land/Ranch Price USD 17 mill.  Land approx.  6,633 acres  E&V ID AM-152590  Contact Telluride (US) San Joaquin Realty, LLC – 224 East Colorado Avenue – Telluride, CO 81435 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Lee Roufa Tel. +1 970 729 0526 E-mail lee.roufa@engelvoelkers.com 


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PHOTOS: ASTRID CARRARO PHOTOGRAPHY – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2010

Vail  Eagle County, Colorado, United States of America Property type  Apartment Price USD 13.25 mill.  Interior approx. 3,505 ft²  No. of bedrooms 5  E&V ID AM-172327  Contact Vail (US) Lautenberg Rudrud, LLC – 242 East Meadow Drive, Suite D – Vail, CO 81657 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Tyra Rudrud Tel. +1 970 376 2258 E-mail tyra.rudrud@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Austin  Texas, United States of America 

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Property type  House Price USD 7.995 mill.  Interior approx. 7,973 ft²  Land approx.  6.04 acres  E&V ID AM-167795  Contact Austin Westlake (US) Turnquist Partners Realtors, Inc. – 3700 Bee Caves Road, Suite 102 – Austin, TX 78746 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Paula Pierce Tel. +1 727 599 3111 E-mail paula.pierce@engelvoelkers.com 


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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2013

Houston  Harris County, Texas, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 2.39 mill.  Interior approx. 6,381 ft²  Land approx. 13,090 ft²  E&V ID AM-173250  Contact Houston (US) Brooks Ballard Interests, Inc. – 309 Gray Street – Houston, TX 77002 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Tanya Collins Tel. +1 713 703 1156 E-mail tanya.collins@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2008

Westlake  Tarrant County, Texas, United States of America 

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Property type  House Price USD 4.685 mill.  Interior approx. 8,841 ft²  Land approx. 1.2 acres  E&V ID AM-168995  Contact Dallas Southlake (US) RFT Enterprises, Inc. – 1111 East Southlake Boulevard, Suite 460 – Southlake, TX 76092 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Roxann Taylor Tel. +1 817 312 7100 E-mail roxann.taylor@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: TONY THOMPSON – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2020

Kansas City  Kansas, United States of America Property type  House Price USD 1,193,060  Interior approx. 3,650 ft²  Land approx. 0.25 acres  E&V ID AM-168785  Contact Kansas City (US) Ripley Associates, LLC – 5255 W 116th Place – Leawood, KS 66211 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc.  Tel. +1 913 900 0001 E-mail kansascity@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2000

Huntsville  Medical District, Alabama, United States of America

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Property type  House Price USD 1.995 mill.  Interior approx. 6,500 ft²  Land approx. 1.78 acres  E&V ID AM-166418  Contact Huntsville (US) HSV Real Estate Group, LLC – 320 The Bridge Street, Suite 104 – Huntsville, AL 35806 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Angie Kloote Tel. +1 256 520 7983 E-mail angie.kloote@engelvoelkers.com 


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Atlanta  Midtown, Georgia, United States of America  Property type  Condominium Price USD 624,900  Interior approx. 1,801 ft²  No. of bedrooms 2  E&V ID AM-164720  Contact Atlanta (US) EAV LLC – 1745 Peachtree Street NE – Atlanta, GA 30309 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Renee Koenig Tel. +1 912 695 1240 E-mail renee.koenig@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1988

Crystal Beach  Florida, United States of America 

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Property type  House Price USD 1.225 mill.  Interior approx. 2,594 ft²  Land approx. 0.44 acres  E&V ID AM-166562  Contact Belleair (US) Gulf Coast Luxury Properties, LLC – 2510 West Bay Drive – Belleair Bluffs, FL 33770 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Kristin Hallamek Tel. +1 727 461 1000 E-mail kristin.hallamek@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: FEBRE FRAMEWORKS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1984

Tierra Verde  Florida, United States of America Property type  House Price USD 1.4 mill.  Interior approx. 3,231 ft²  Land approx. 11,448 ft²  E&V ID AM-157003  Contact Madeira Beach (US) Vicinity Realty Services, Inc. – 14225 Gulf Boulevard – Madeira Beach, FL 33708 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC  Tel. +1 727 394 7365 E-mail madeirabeach@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1925

St. Petersburg  Florida, United States of America

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Property type  Commercial property Price USD 1.85 mill.  Total floor space approx. 5,282 ft²  No. of living units 10  E&V ID AM-169883  Contact St. Pete (US) Bay Attache Incorporated – 102 2nd Ave, NE #101B – St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Leisa Erickson Tel. +1 239 789 7106 E-mail leisa.erickson@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: LACASA TOURS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2004

Cape Coral  Florida, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 1.99 mill.  Interior approx. 6,967 ft²  Land approx. 1 acre  E&V ID AM-169618  Contact Cape Coral (US) E&V Southwest Realty, LLC – 1031 Cape Coral Parkway, East – Cape Coral, FL 33904 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Zaynab Bakir Tel. +1 954 701 0896 E-mail zaynab.bakir@engelvoelkers.com 

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Delray Beach  Florida, United States of America

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Property type  House Price USD 6.5 mill.  Interior approx.  5,642 ft²  Land approx. 11,984 ft²  E&V ID AM-173480  Contact Delray Beach (US) Coastal Luxury Properties, LLC – 900 East Atlantic Ave. Suite 14 – Delray Beach, FL 33483 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC  Tel. +1 561 362 2888 E-mail delraybeach@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: CARLOS MOLEJON – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2019

Wellington  Florida, United States of America Property type  House Price USD 8,975,000  Interior approx. 7,251 ft²  Land approx. 0.63 acres  E&V ID AM-111876 Contact Wellington (US) Carr Sollak Realty LLC – 10620 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 40 – Wellington, FL, 33414 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Carol Sollak Tel. +1 561 818 9476 E-mail carol.sollak@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2012

Wellington  Palm Beach County, Florida, United States of America 

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USA

Property type  House Price USD 6.535 mill.  Interior approx. 5,908 ft²  Land approx. 0.64 acres  E&V ID AM-168005  Contact Palm Beach (US) Carr Sollak Realty Palm Beach, LLC – 150 Worth Avenue, Suite 236 – Palm Beach, FL 33480 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Carol Sollak Tel. +1 561 818 9476 E-mail carol.sollak@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS / ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2017

Montverde  Florida, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 849,000  Interior approx. 4,089 ft²  Land approx.  0.5 acres  E&V ID AM-171903  Contact Engel & Völkers Clermont (US) 17301 Pagonia Road, Suite 300 – Clermont, FL 34711 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Voelkers Florida Residential, LLC Brandon English Tel. +1 352 460 7538 E-mail brandon.english@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ALEX LUCACI – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1900

New York City  Brooklyn, New York, United States of America

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Property type  House Price USD 8 mill.  Interior approx. 6,075 ft²  Land approx.  2,000 ft²  E&V ID AM-174753  Contact Brooklyn Dumbo (US) Brennan Realty Services, LLC – 45 Main Street, Suite 1022 – Brooklyn, NY 11201 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Donald Brennan Tel. +1 917 568 6525 E-mail donald.brennan@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1904

New York City  Central Park South, New York, United States of America  Property type  Apartment Price USD 4.35 mill.  Interior approx. 1,500 ft²  No. of bedrooms 2  E&V ID AM-166141  Contact Engel & Völkers New York City MMC (US) 430 Park Avenue, 11th Floor – New York, NY 10022 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Dolly Hertz Tel. +1 914 646 1885 E-mail dolly.hertz@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2007

New York City  Upper West Side, New York, United States of America 

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Property type  Apartment Price USD 16.2 mill.  Interior approx. 2,216 ft²  No. of bedrooms 3  E&V ID AM-166310  Contact Engel & Völkers New York City MMC (US) 430 Park Avenue, 11th Floor – New York, NY 10022 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc.  Tel. +1 212 616 7600 E-mail newyorkcity@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Long Beach  Long Island, New York, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 5.9 mill.  Interior approx. 5,500 ft²  Land approx. 6,300 ft²  E&V ID AM-173824  Contact Long Beach New York (US) TBD Realty LLC – 58 West Park Avenue – Long Beach, NY 11561 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Sonia Dale Tel. +1 516 442 3388 E-mail sonia.dale@engelvoelkers.com 

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Gloucester  Eastern Point, Massachusetts, United States of America 

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Property type  Estate Price USD 9 mill.  Interior approx. 10,400 ft²  Land approx. 2.34 acres  E&V ID AM-170264  Contact Boston (US) Back Bay Realty Members LLC – 46 Gloucester Street – Boston, MA 02115 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Post Shirley Team Tel. +1 617 908 4000 E-mail postshirleyteam@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1985

Carlisle  Massachusetts, United States of America  Property type  House Price USD 1.699 mill.  Interior approx. 5,250 ft²  Land approx.  5.8 acres  E&V ID AM-174120  Contact Concord (US) Mendosa-Balboni, LLC – 19 Main Street – Concord, MA 01742 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc. Mendosa-Balboni Team Tel. +1 978 505 5558 E-mail mendosabalboni@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: JEFF THIEBAUTH – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1990

Duxbury  Standish Shore, Massachusetts, United States of America 

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USA

Property type  House Price USD 3.5 mill.  Interior approx. 4,621 ft²  Land approx. 2.76 acres  E&V ID AM-173474  Contact Duxbury (US) Vantage Point Realty Advisors, LLC – 46 Railroad Avenue, Unit 101 – Duxbury, MA 02332 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Americas, Inc.  Tel. +1 781 934 2588 E-mail duxbury@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015

Vancouver  British Columbia, Canada  Property type  House Price  CAD 19,888,000  Interior approx. 7,715 ft²  Land approx. 2.2 acres  E&V ID AM-174765  Contact Engel & Völkers Vancouver (CA) 130 - 1152 Mainland Street – Vancouver, BC V6B 4X2 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Mike Rampf Tel. +1 604 616 0115 E-mail mike.rampf@engelvoelkers.com Sherry Chen Tel. +1 604 488 9399 E-mail sherry.chen@engelvoelkers.com

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE

Subtle Islands  Campbell River North, British Columbia, Canada

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CA

Property type  Island Price USD 18.9 mill.  Interior approx.  13,000 ft²  Land approx. 75 acres  E&V ID AM-161006  Contact Engel & Völkers Vancouver Island (CA) 735 Humboldt Street – Victoria, BC V8W 1B1 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Scott Piercy & Jim LeBlanc Tel. +1 250 940 2770 E-mail leblancpiercygroup@engelvoelkers.com


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1989

Vancouver Island  Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada Property type  House Price  CAD 2,649,990  Interior approx. 3,457 ft²  Land approx. 5.2 acres  E&V ID AM-171628  Contact Vancouver Island North (CA) 1173669 B.C. LTD. – 324 5th Street – Courtenay, BC V9N 1K1 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Abel O'Brennan Tel. +1 250 871 1377 E-mail abel.obrennan@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: SHUTTER HOUSE MEDIA INC. – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1864

Caledon  Peel, Ontario, Canada 

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CA

Property type  House Price CAD 5.9 mill.  Interior approx. 6,692 ft²  Land approx. 10 acres  E&V ID AM-175029  Contact Toronto Central (CA) Springate-Renaud Holdings Inc. – 85 The Donway West, Unit T001 – Toronto, ON M3C 0L9 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. John Genereaux Tel. +1 647 408 4663 E-mail john.genereaux@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2020

Toronto  Ontario, Canada  Property type  Townhouse Price CAD 1.728 mill.  Interior approx. 2,199 ft²  No. of bedrooms 4  E&V ID AM-169313  Contact Richmond Hill (CA) Willowdale Realty Inc. – 9206 Leslie Street, 2nd Floor – Richmond Hill, ON L4B 2N8 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Derek Li Tel. +1 905 889 9969 E-mail derek.li@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: JOHN HANSON – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018

Niagara-on-the-Lake  Ontario, Canada 

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CA

Property type  House Price CAD 1.395 mill.  Interior approx. 1,844 ft²  Land approx. 0.9 acres  E&V ID AM-172411  Contact Engel & Völkers Niagara (CA) – 3521 Portage Road, Unit 1 – Niagara Falls, ON L2J 2K5 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Cheryl Munce Tel. +1 905 356 1800 E-mail cheryl.munce@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE

Monetville  Lake Nipissing, Ontario, Canada  Property type  Commercial property Price CAD 6.25 mill.  Total surface area approx.  10,000 ft²  No. of living units 7  E&V ID AM-161263  Contact Barrie (CA) JRB Group Realty Inc. – 63 Collier – Barrie, ON L4M 1G7 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Jeremy Brooks Tel. +1 705 792 2055 E-mail jeremy.brooks@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015

Bromont  Eastern Townships, Québec, Canada 

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CA

Property type  House Price CAD 1.248 mill.  Interior approx. 3,307 ft²  Land approx. 5.72 acres  E&V ID AM-157142  Contact Engel & Völkers Bromont (CA) 751-2 Rue Shefford – Bromont, QC J2L 1C2 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Alexandre Fortin Tel. +1 450 522 3639 E-mail alexandre.fortin@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1927

Montréal  Golden Square Mile, Québec, Canada Property type  House Price  CAD 2,888,100  Interior approx. 4,800 ft²  Land approx. 3,800 ft²  E&V ID AM-163556  Contact Engel & Völkers Montréal (CA) 1110 Avenue Bernard – Outremont, QC H2V 1V3 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Felix Jasmin Tel. +1 514 886 6620 E-mail felix.jasmin@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2020

Montréal  Golden Square Mile, Québec, Canada 

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CA

Property type  Apartment Price CAD 15,435,000 + GST/QST  Interior approx. 6,910 ft²  No. of bedrooms 6  E&V ID AM-174133  Contact Engel & Völkers Montréal (CA) 1451 Sherbrooke Street West – Montréal, QC H3G 2S8 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Canada Inc. Rochelle Cantor Tel. +1 514 605 6755 E-mail rochelle.cantor@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 313.5 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 98.4 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Ibiza  Es Cubells, Balearic Islands, Spain  Property type  House Price EUR 5.2 mill.  Interior approx. 430 m²  Land approx. 1,860 m²  E&V ID W-00A1LJ  Contact Ibiza (ES) Engel & Völkers Ibiza, S.L. – Avenida Santa Eulalia, 17 – 07800 Ibiza Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 31 13 36 E-mail ibiza@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: KRISTINA MÜLLER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 50 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 15 kgCO 2 /m²a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2019 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Majorca  Puerto de Andratx, Balearic Islands, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 11.45 mill.  Interior approx. 648 m²  Land approx. 1,450 m²  E&V ID W-0267TY  Contact Mallorca Puerto de Andratx (ES) Engel Mallorca Invest, S.L. – C/. Isaac Peral, 50 – 07157 Puerto de Andratx Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 67 47 80 E-mail andratx@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 138 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 43 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Majorca  Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain  Property type  Apartment Price  EUR 595,000  Interior approx. 74 m²  No. of rooms 3  E&V ID W-02FCT5  Contact Mallorca Palma Southwest (ES) Engel Mallorca Invest, S.L. – Paseo Marítimo, 6 – 07014 Palma de Majorca Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 22 23 23 E-mail palmasouthwest@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: XAVIER CHANTRENNE – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 86 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 19 kgCO 2 /m2a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1900 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: D

Majorca  Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain

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ES

Property type  Townhouse Price EUR 6.9 mill.  Interior approx. 698 m²  No. of bedrooms 5  E&V ID W-02EYE2  Contact Mallorca Palma Centre (ES) D'Alt Murada Re S.L. – C/ Constitución, 7 – 07001 Palma de Mallorca Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 21 41 40 E-mail palmacentre@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: EDDIE MARQUÉS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 145 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 41 kgCO 2 /m²a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 13th CENTURY – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Majorca  Sóller-Deià, Balearic Islands, Spain  Property type  Finca Price EUR 13.5 mill.  Interior approx. 900 m²  Land approx.  530,000 m²  E&V ID W-02BEEL  Contact Mallorca Sóller (ES) Balearics Property Partners, S.L. – Avenida Jeroni Estades, 14 – 07100 Sóller Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 63 30 63 E-mail soller@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: YOTAM SANDAK –ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 32.46 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: HEAT PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2016 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Majorca  Llucmajor, Balearic Islands, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 2.7 mill.  Interior approx. 287 m²  Land approx. 850 m²  E&V ID W-02ISJZ Contact Mallorca Llucmajor (ES) EV Mallorca Property S.L. – Ronda Migjorn 147 A – 07620 Llucmajor Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 871 57 00 00 E-mail llucmajor@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 8.73 kWh/m²a – ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 46.49 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 14.6 kgCO2/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: HEAT PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2019 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Majorca  Santanyi, Balearic Islands, Spain Property type  Newly built finca Price EUR 3.3 mill.  Interior approx.  444 m²  Land approx.  16,000 m²  E&V ID W-02FVCR  Contact Mallorca Santanyi (ES) Engel & Völkers Süd-Ost, S.L. – Plaza Major, 18 – 07650 Santanyi Real estate company – Licence partner of Balearev GmbH  Tel. +34 971 64 21 01 E-mail santanyi@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2012

Marbella  Málaga, Andalusia, Spain

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ES

Property type  Villa Price EUR 14.85 mill.  Interior approx. 2,232 m²  Land approx. 1.01 ha  E&V ID W-02IWC8  Contact Marbella Golden Mile (ES) Mazal Realty, S.L. Blvd. Principe Alfonso de Hohenlohe CN 340, Km 178,2 – La Poveda, local 5 – 29600 Marbella, Málaga Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 952 86 84 06 E-mail marbella@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 144.79 kWh/m²a – EMISSION 36.53 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1981 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Málaga  Benalmádena, Andalusia, Spain  Property type  House Price EUR 1.58 mill.  Interior approx. 473 m²  Land approx. 2,433 m²  E&V ID W-02HXAW  Contact Benalmádena (ES) City Broker Activos, S.L. – Avda. de las Palmeras 6, local 12 – 29639 Benalmádena, Málaga Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 952 57 11 30 E-mail benalmadena@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2016 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Orihuela Costa  Dehesa de Campoamor, Alicante, Spain 

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ES

Property type  Detached property Price  EUR 869,000  Interior approx. 146 m²  Land approx. 511 m²  E&V ID W-02F6BG  Contact Orihuela (ES) Alicante Sureste Immobiliaria S.L. – C.C. Costa Zenia, C. Malaquita 1, Local 13 – 03189 Orihuela Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 96 629 11 39 E-mail orihuela@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2006

Benissa  Benimarco, Costa Blanca, Spain Property type  House Price  EUR 827,000  Interior approx. 408 m²  Land approx. 13,971 m²  E&V ID W-02I8JA  Contact Moraira (ES) EV La Fustera, S.L. – Av. de la Paz 23 – 03724 Moraira Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 96 550 81 81 E-mail moraira@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE

Jávea  Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 598,000  Interior approx. 195 m²  Land approx. 800 m²  E&V ID W-02F2AH  Contact Jávea (ES) Ferrando Exclusive ResidentialSL – Avd de la Libertad, 47 C, Playa del Arenal – 03730 Jávea Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 965 76 95 58 E-mail javea@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: AIR-HEATING PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2010

Valencia  El Bosque, Valencia, Spain Property type  House Price EUR 1.79 mill.  Interior approx. 635 m²  Land approx. 2,500 m²  E&V ID W-02BQOL Contact Valencia MMC (ES) EV MMC SPAIN, S.L.U. – Gran Vía Marqués del Turia 61 – 46005 Valencia Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 96 351 78 97 E-mail valencia@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 128 kWh/m²a – EMISSION 22 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2002 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C, D

Sitges  Barcelone, Catalonia, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 2.55 mill.  Interior approx. 450 m²  Land approx. 1,220 m²  E&V ID W-023LNP  Contact Sitges (ES) Finest Properties S. L. – Paseo Vilanova 30 – 08870 Sitges Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 93 811 44 44 E-mail sitges@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 168 kWh/m²a – EMISSION 29 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Barcelona  Gavà Mar, Catalonia, Spain  Property type  House Price EUR 3.5 mill.  Interior approx. 450 m²  Land approx.  1,000 m²  E&V ID W-02I5OT  Contact Barcelona MMC (ES) EV MMC SPAIN, S.L.U. – Avda. Diagonal 640, 6a planta – 08017 Barcelona Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 93 515 44 44 E-mail barcelona@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 137 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 26 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1895 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Sant Hilari Sacalm  Montseny, Catalonia, Spain 

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ES

Property type  Castle Price EUR 3.8 mill.  Interior approx. 1,966 m²  Land approx. 15.51 ha  E&V ID W-02FIMK  Contact Costa Brava Sud (ES) Geoss Real Estate SL – Rambla de Joaquim Ruyra, 15 – 17300 Blanes Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 972 10 21 63 E-mail costabravasud@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: FREDY ROIG – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2000

Costa Brava  Palau Saverdera, Catalonia, Spain  Property type  House Price EUR 1.45 mill.  Interior approx. 535 m²  Land approx. 10,961 m²  E&V ID W-02A800  Contact Roses (ES) Prats & Wendt, S.L. – Av. de Rhode, 291 – 17480 Roses, Girona Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 972 15 47 96 E-mail roses@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 13th CENTURY

Peralada  Peralada-Empordà, Catalonia, Spain

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ES

Property type  Castle Price EUR 12 mill.  Interior approx. 1,696 m²  Land approx. 4,939 m²  E&V ID W-02J5PE  Contact Peralada-Empordà (ES) Prats & Wendt, S.L. – Av. Jaume 1., 6, Vila 2 – 17491 Peralada, Girona Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 872 20 14 88 E-mail peralada-emporda@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 92 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Bolvir  Cerdanya, Catalonia, Spain Property type  House Price EUR 1.145 mill.  Interior approx. 340 m²  Land approx. 2,136 m²  E&V ID W-02FY0A  Contact Cerdanya (ES) Iniciatives Nova Era SL – Passeig 10 d'Abril, 29 – 17520 Puigcerdà Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 972 14 12 06 E-mail cerdanya@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: VALENTINA VENZO – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 221 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 56 kgCO 2 /m²a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2001 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Madrid  Pozuelo de Alarcón, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 12 mill.  Interior approx. 2,420 m²  Land approx. 1.02 ha  E&V ID W-02IPOP  Contact Madrid MMC (ES) EV MMC SPAIN, S.L.U. – Génova, 27 5a planta – 28004 Madrid Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 91 277 45 00 E-mail madrid@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 168 kWh/m²a – EMISSIONS 41 kgCO 2 /m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Madrid  Torrelodones, Spain  Property type  House Price EUR 1.295 mill.  Interior approx. 514 m²  Land approx. 2,539 m²  E&V ID W-02FIZR  Contact Madrid Torrelodones (ES) INSIOS, S.L. – C/Nogal, 3-Local 14 – 28250 Torrelodones Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 91 859 43 85 E-mail madridtorrelodones@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1950

San Sebastián  Guipúzcoa, Basque Country, Spain 

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ES

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 2.95 mill.  Interior approx. 344 m²  No. of bedrooms 4  E&V ID W-02IS7J  Contact San Sebastián (ES) MS EXCLUSIVE HOMES, S.L. – Av. Zurriola, 6 – 20002 San Sebastián Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 943 29 81 74 E-mail sansebastian@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE

Somo  Ribamontán al Mar, Cantabria, Spain  Property type  Villa Price EUR 2.9 mill.  Interior approx. 1,882 m²  Land approx. 30 ha  E&V ID W-02GRM6  Contact Santander (ES) Incomefa Solutions, S.L. – C. Cádiz 18 – 39002 Santander Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 942 18 19 02 E-mail santander@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1970

Isla de Toralla  Vigo, Galicia, Spain 

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ES

Property type  House Price EUR 1.95 mill.  Interior approx. 500 m²  Land approx. 1,500 m²  E&V ID W-02HWMA  Contact Vigo (ES) EV Galicia, S.L. – C. Velazquez Moreno 2 – 36201 Vigo, Pontevedra Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +34 886 49 49 49 E-mail vigo@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 53.3 kWh/m²a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A+

Beja  Alentejo Region, Portugal Property type  House Price EUR 2.45 mill.  Interior approx. 470 m²  Land approx. 30 ha  E&V ID W-02DRXF  Contact Sintra (PT) Fonemas Divertidos Mediação Imobiliária Lda. – Largo Afonso de Albuquerque 5/6 – 2710-519 Sintra Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +351 216 00 90 60 E-mail sintra@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: BEATRIZ SANTOS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 46.3 kWh/m²a – ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 43.8 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: ELECTRICITY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2014 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Albufeira  Algarve, Portugal 

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Property type  House Price EUR 2.8 mill.  Interior approx. 388 m²  Land approx. 900 m²  E&V ID W-02I4FK  Contact Albufeira (PT) Luis Palma Santos Lda. – Estrada de Vale Rabelho – 8200-428 Guia Albufeira Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +351 289 57 24 50 E-mail albufeira@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2012 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Silves  Algarve, Portugal  Property type  House Price EUR 9.8 mill.  Interior approx. 2,063 m²  Land approx. 11.83 ha  E&V ID W-02GJXF  Contact Portimão (PT) Soho Algarve, Lda. – Praça Visconde Bivar – 8500-544 Portimão Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +351 282 07 11 31 E-mail portimao@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1991

Reinach  Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland 

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Property type  Villa Price CHF 3.95 mill.  Interior approx. 329 m²  Land approx. 1,339 m²  E&V ID W-02IMEA  Contact Basel (CH) Mobas Immo Basel AG – Grenzacherstrasse 4 – 4058 Basel Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 61 666 62 00 E-mail basel@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ULI SCHNEIDER, FOTOGRAFIE VON ENGELS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2001

Oberwil-Lieli  Aargau, Switzerland Property type  House Price CHF 3.75 mill.  Interior approx. 250 m²  Land approx. 655 m²  E&V ID W-02IBB7  Contact Baden/Bremgarten (CH) E&V Liegenschaften AG – Vordere Metzggasse 6 – 5402 Baden Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 56 200 88 77 E-mail baden@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: THOMAS ZIMMERMANN – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2005

Egolzwil  Lucerne, Switzerland

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CH

Property type  House Price CHF 1.89 mill.  Interior approx. 181 m²  Land approx. 603 m²  E&V ID W-02IE2M Contact Luzern-Land (CH) EV Luzern Land AG – Unterstadt 22 – 6210 Sursee Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 41 910 58 58 E-mail luzern-land@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2003

Baar  Zug, Switzerland  Property type  House Price CHF 6.9 mill.  Interior approx. 414 m²  Land approx. 725 m²  E&V ID W-02HRKU  Contact Zug (CH) E&V Zug Properties AG – Neugasse 15 – 6301 Zug Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 41 728 77 11 E-mail zug@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ALEX BUSCHOR, APIX – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015

Dietikon  Limmatfeld, Zurich, Switzerland

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CH

Property type  Penthouse Price CHF 2.47 mill.  Interior approx. 140 m²  No. of rooms 5.5  E&V ID W-02IT23  Contact Dietikon (CH) Casaprima Immobilien AG – Bremgartnerstrasse 11 – 8953 Dietikon Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 43 500 25 25 E-mail dietikon@engelvoelkers.com 


REAL ESTATE COMPANY – PHOTOS: APIX – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1985

Ebmatingen  Zurich, Switzerland Property type  House Price CHF 4.9 mill.  Interior approx. 310 m²  Land approx. 2,282 m²  E&V ID W-02G7GL  Contact Wallisellen (CH) Immobilien Zürich Nord AG – Opfikonerstrasse 1 – 8304 Wallisellen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 43 500 68 68 E-mail wallisellen@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: APIX – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2001

Elgg  Zurich, Switzerland

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CH

Property type  Detached House Price CHF 1.99 mill.  Interior approx. 265 m²  Land approx. 595 m²  E&V ID W-02FZPA  Contact Winterthur (CH) Immobilien Zürich Nord AG – Obertor 2 – 8400 Winterthur Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 43 500 64 64 E-mail winterthur@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ALEX BUSCHOR – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Zurich  Seefeld, Switzerland  Property type  Apartment Price CHF 4.8 mill.  Interior approx. 192 m²  No. of rooms 4.5  E&V ID W-02EAYX  Contact Zürichberg (CH) Wohnen Zürichsee AG – Hottingerstrasse 44 – 8032 Zurich Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 43 210 92 48 E-mail zuerichberg@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: JULIUS HATT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2013

Lake Constance  Landschlacht, Thurgau, Switzerland 

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CH

Property type  Villa Price CHF 6.39 mill.  Interior approx. 349 m²  Land approx. 2,438 m²  E&V ID W-02F778  Contact Kreuzlingen (CH) Exclusive Real Estate AG – Hauptstrasse 43 – 8280 Kreuzlingen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +41 71 677 18 18 E-mail kreuzlingen@engelvoelkers.com 


Where alpine charm meets pure luxury – unique living in incredible surroundings.

PHOTOS: IMMOAIRPICS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2013

Arosa

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Arosa  Arosa Dorf, Grisons, Switzerland  

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CH

Property type  Apartment Price CHF 4.75 mill. Interior approx. 295 m² No. of rooms 8.5 E&V ID W-02HPPV  Contact Chur (CH) Top Living Immobilien AG – Masanserstrasse 21 – 7000 Chur Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 81 250 55 85 E-mail chur@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2019

Ronco sopra Ascona  Ticino, Switzerland Property type  House Price CHF 7.5 mill.  Interior approx. 340 m²  Land approx. 740 m²  E&V ID W-02IIX2  Contact Ascona (CH) EV Ascona Top Real Estates AG – Piazza G. Motta 57 – 6612 Ascona Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Wohnen Schweiz AG  Tel. +41 91 785 14 80 E-mail ascona@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: FOTOSTUDIO FISCHBACHER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 77 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS, WOOD – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1620, 2002 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Salzkammergut  Traunsee, Upper Austria, Austria 

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AT

Property type  Country house Price EUR 5.9 mill.  Total floor space approx. 813 m²  Land approx. 6.32 ha  E&V ID W-02J426  Contact Wels (AT) CC-H GmbH – Stadtplatz 56 – 4600 Wels Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +43 7242 25 25 55 E-mail wels@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: H2 AGENTUR, ZELL AM SEE – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1992

Saalfelden  Zell am See, Austria  Property type  House Price EUR 1.38 mill.  Total surface area approx. 280 m²  Land approx. 966 m²  E&V ID W-02EZ4D  Contact Zell am See (AT) Engel & Völkers Kitzbühel GmbH – Seegasse 9 – 5700 Zell am See Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +43 6542 474 70 E-mail zellamsee@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 40 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS, SOLAR – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2011 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Innsbruck  Hungerburg, Tyrol, Austria 

181

AT

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.39 mill.  Interior approx. 176 m²  No. of rooms 6  E&V ID W-02IQBB  Contact Innsbruck (AT) Engel & Völkers Kitzbühel GmbH – Meraner Straße 7 – 6020 Innsbruck Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +43 512 55 10 77 E-mail innsbruck@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 95.55 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Riva del Garda  Trentino, Italy  Property type  House Price EUR 1.75 mill.  Interior approx. 350 m²  Land approx. 3,200 m²  E&V ID W-02HK2G  Contact Trento (IT) Trentino Real Estate S.r.l. – Via Carlo Antonio Pilati 11 – 38122 Trento Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 0461 178 83 00 E-mail trento@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 240.88 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1539 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Bergamo  Città Alta, Lombardy, Italy 

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IT

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 4.5 mill.  Interior approx. 600 m²  No. of bedrooms 3  E&V ID W-02DPYJ  Contact Bergamo (IT) Glamour Home S.r.l. – Largo Belotti 34 – 24121 Bergamo Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 035 21 84 29 E-mail bergamo@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE

Brescia  Botticino, Lombardy, Italy  Property type  Manor Price EUR 3.7 mill.  Interior approx. 2,041 m²  Land approx.  3,000 m²  E&V ID W-028A8W Contact Brescia (IT) Euroconsult 2000 S.r.l. – Via Crocifissa di Rosa, 90 – 25128 Brescia Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 030 38 10 56 E-mail brescia@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: CRISTIAN PARRAVICINI – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1800

Lake Como  Nesso, Lombardy, Italy

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IT

Property type  House Price EUR 11 mill.  Interior approx. 760 m²  Land approx.  3,000 m²  E&V ID W-02I35M  Contact Lago di Como (IT) Finest Italian Estates S.R.L. – Via Regina, 43 – 22012 Cernobbio (CO) Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 031 51 30 99 E-mail cernobbio@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 172.90 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1954 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Milan  San Babila, Lombardy, Italy  Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.94 mill.  Interior approx. 247 m²  No. of bedrooms 5  E&V ID W-02D46I  Contact Milano Fiera (IT) M&M Real Estate S.P.A. – Via Michelangelo Buonarroti 21 – 20149 Milan Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 02 94 43 33 21 E-mail milanofiera@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 26.59 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: HEAT PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Milan  Medaglie d'Oro, Lombardy, Italy 

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IT

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.54 mill.  Interior approx. 218 m²  No. of bedrooms 3  E&V ID W-02IODQ  Contact Milano Porta Venezia (IT) M&M Real Estate S.P.A. – Via Eustachi 19 – 20129 Milan Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 02 94 43 33 61 E-mail milanoportavenezia@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: CRISTIAN PARRAVICINI – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1930

Monza  San Biagio, Lombardy, Italy Property type  House Price EUR 3.93 mill.  Interior approx. 820 m²  Land approx. 700 m²  E&V ID W-02HZN0  Contact Monza Brianza (IT) Teodolinda S.r.l. – Via Zucchi 28 – 20900 Monza Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 039 232 62 13 E-mail monza@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: LUCA BIAGIOTTI – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 126 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Grosseto  Massa Marittima, Tuscany, Italy 

189

IT

Property type  House Price EUR 3.9 mill.  Interior approx. 833 m²  Land approx. 27 ha  E&V ID W-02I87O  Contact Castiglione della Pescaia (IT) Maremma Country Chic RE S.r.l. – Via Ponte Giorgini, n. 35/39 – 58043 Castiglione della Pescaia (GR) Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 0564 172 24 46 E-mail castiglionedellapescaia@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 132.5 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1942 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Florence  Tuscany, Italy  Property type  Apartment Price  EUR 600,000  Interior approx. 136 m²  No. of bedrooms 3  E&V ID W-02EB2S  Contact Firenze Michelangelo (IT) M. & M. Imperiale Immobiliare S.r.l. – Lungano Guicciardini 25r - 27r – 50125 Florence Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 055 28 10 76 E-mail firenzemichelangelo@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 110.70 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: LOCAL HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1970 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Rome  Vigna Clara, Lazio, Italy 

191

IT

Property type  Duplex penthouse Price EUR 1.45 mill.  Total surface area approx. 360 m²  No. of bedrooms 5  E&V ID W-02919X  Contact Roma MMC (IT) EV MMC Italia S.r.l. – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 282 - 284 – 00186 Rome Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +39 06 45 54 81 20 E-mail roma@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 175 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: LOCAL HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1960 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Rome  Monteverde, Lazio, Italy  Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.95 mill.  Total surface area approx. 300 m²  No. of bedrooms 4  E&V ID W-02HCMZ  Contact Roma MMC (IT) EV MMC Italia S.r.l. – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 282 - 284 – 00186 Rome Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +39 06 45 54 81 20 E-mail roma@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 45.70 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1965 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Rome  Poggio Ameno, Lazio, Italy 

193

IT

Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 1.45 mill.  Total surface area approx. 246 m²  No. of bedrooms 5  E&V ID W-02HN08  Contact Roma MMC (IT) EV MMC Italia S.r.l. – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 282 - 284 – 00186 Rome Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +39 06 45 54 81 20 E-mail roma@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 66.74 kWh/m²a – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2016 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Sicily  Ragusa, Italy  Property type  House Price EUR 950,000  Interior approx. 111 m²  Land approx.  25,000 m²  E&V ID W-02CIM3  Contact Ragusa-Modica (IT) Helmed Real Estate s.r.l. – Via Dante n. 99 – 97100 Ragusa Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 0932 68 23 41 E-mail ragusamodica@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: GIANLUCA MUSCAS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 273.47 kWh/m²a – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Sardinia  Porto Rafael, Costa Smeralda, Italy 

195

IT

Property type  House Price EUR 3.4 mill.  Interior approx. 180 m²  Land approx. 1,200 m²  E&V ID W-02AFEZ  Contact Sardinia Porto Cervo (IT) First Sardev S.R.L. – Piazzetta degli Ulivi, nº3 – 07021 Porto Cervo (OT) Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Italia S.R.L.  Tel. +39 0789 941 83 E-mail portocervo@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: HARRYS ZAMPETOULAS – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2009

Rhodes  Lindos Region, Dodecanese Islands, Greece  Property type  Villa Price  EUR 800,000  Interior approx. 277 m²  Land approx.  2,000 m²  E&V ID W-021AWA  Contact Rhodes (GR) P&P Rhodes Real Estate Georgios Petras & Partners E.P.E. – Ammohostou 18 – 85131 Rhodes Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +30 22410 794 10 E-mail rhodes@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2017

Mykonos  Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece 

197

GR

Property type  Villa Price EUR 2.5 mill.  Interior approx. 365 m²  Land approx. 1,500 m²  E&V ID W-02IJE0  Contact Athens MMC (GR) EV MMC Greece S.A. – 2-4 Mesogion Avenue, 10th Floor – Athens 11527 Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +30 211 105 50 00 E-mail athensmmc@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1928

Sylt  Kampen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 5.9 mill.  Interior approx. 120 m²  Land approx. 1,026 m²  E&V ID W-02B5KX  Contact Sylt (DE) EV Sylt Immobilien GmbH & Co. KG – Hauptstraße 2 – 25999 Kampen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 4651 985 70 E-mail sylt@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 74 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: LOCAL/DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018

Föhr  Süderende, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

199

DE

Property type  Semi-detached property Price EUR 1.29 mill.  Interior approx. 143 m²  Land approx. 1,242 m²  E&V ID W-02HVDF Contact Föhr (DE) HC Horst Christophersen – Föhr-Amrumer Immobilien e. K. – Mittelstraße 6 – 25938 Wyk Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 4681 74 86 90 E-mail foehr@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 150.2 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1889 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Dithmarschen  Hochdonn, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany  Property type  Thatched property Price  EUR 895,000  Interior approx. 326 m²  Land approx. 4,577 m²  E&V ID W-02IN73  Contact Heide (DE) EuV Wohnen GmbH – Markt 34 – 25746 Heide Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 481 68 37 37 80 E-mail heide@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 144.6 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1850 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Ostholstein  Cismar, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany 

201

DE

Property type  Thatched property & guesthouse Price EUR 754,000  Interior approx. 282 m²  Land approx. 1,565 m²  E&V ID W-02IOLW  Contact Eutin (DE) EuV Wohnen GmbH – Markt 14 – 23701 Eutin Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 4521 765 00 70 E-mail eutin@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 101.60 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1993 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: D

Norderstedt  Schleswig-Holstein, Germany  Property type  House Price  EUR 949,000  Interior approx. 223 m²  Land approx. 1,130 m²  E&V ID W-02J4DN  Contact Kaltenkirchen (DE) EV Norderstedt Immobilien GmbH – Holstenstr. 16 – 24568 Kaltenkirchen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 4191 919 79 91 E-mail kaltenkirchen@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 156.5 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1971 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Hamburg  Schnelsen, Hamburg, Germany

203

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 980,000  Interior approx. 201 m²  Land approx. 834 m²  E&V ID W-02HXRN  Contact Hamburg Niendorf/Schnelsen (DE) Remy Wohnimmobilien GmbH – Oldesloer Straße 27 – 22457 Hamburg Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 40 559 75 40 E-mail niendorf@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: JÖRG BUCHER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 245.60 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: PELLETS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1912 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Hamburg  Klein Borstel, Hamburg, Germany Property type  Mansion Price EUR 3.55 mill.  Interior approx. 587 m²  Land approx. 1,476 m²  E&V ID W-02INWC  Contact Hamburg Wellingsbüttel (DE) Engel & Völkers Alstertal GmbH – Wellingsbüttler Weg 117 – 22391 Hamburg Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 40 532 03 60 E-mail wellingsbuettel@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: JÖRG BUCHER, COOPER COPTER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 90 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2017 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Hamburg  HafenCity, Hamburg, Germany

205

DE

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 5.95 mill.  Interior approx. 208 m²  No. of rooms 3  E&V ID W-02I3YL  Contact Hamburg Projektvermarktung (DE) E+V Hamburg Immobilien GmbH – Maria-Louisen-Straße 11 - 13 – 22301 Hamburg Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 40 36 09 96 90 E-mail hamburg.projekte@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 238.7 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: WOOD – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1900 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Recknitztal  Semlow, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany Property type  House Price  EUR 649,000  Interior approx. 320 m²  Land approx. 10,980 m²  E&V ID W-02HBB1  Contact Fischland-Darß-Zingst (DE) V 8 Immobilien GmbH – Ernst-Thälmann-Straße 4 – 18347 Wustrow Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 38220 66 99 88 E-mail darss@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: KAI LIEBENBERG – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 58 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS, SOLAR – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2010 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Bad Doberan  Börgerende, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany

207

DE

Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 1.1 mill.  Interior approx. 63 m²  No. of rooms 2  E&V ID W-02GMJD  Contact Heiligendamm/Kühlungsborn (DE) V 8 Immobilien GmbH – Strandstraße 24 – 18225 Kühlungsborn Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 38293 438 00 E-mail kuehlungsborn@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 62.1 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2010 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Barnim  Wandlitz, Brandenburg, Germany  Property type  House Price EUR 1.1 mill.  Interior approx. 195 m²  Land approx. 8,419 m²  E&V ID W-02HLMA  Contact Berlin Frohnau (DE) Engel & Völkers Frohnau-Köpenick GmbH – Welfenallee 7 – 13465 Berlin Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 30 40 63 85 00 E-mail berlinfrohnau@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 44.1 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2013

Blankenfelde-Mahlow  Roter Dudel, Brandenburg, Germany 

209

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 1.977 mill.  Interior approx. 376 m²  Land approx.  1,000 m²  E&V ID W-01E0M0  Contact Berlin Lichtenrade (DE) Engel & Völkers Frohnau-Köpenick GmbH – Bahnhofstraße 52 – 12305 Berlin Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 30 856 13 24 90 E-mail berlinlichtenrade@engelvoelkers.com 


VERT – extravagant living in the most exciting urban development in the capital: AM TACHELES. Developed by Herzog & de Meuron.

VISUALISATIONS: XOIO & BLOOMIMAGES, BERLIN – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 44.2 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2020 – 2023 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Berlin

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Berlin  Mitte, Berlin, Germany 

211

DE

Property type  Apartment Price from  EUR 567,000 Interior approx. 48 – 180 m² No. of rooms 1 – 4 E&V ID BE-11  Contact Berlin Development Services (DE) EuV Projekte Berlin GmbH – Joachimsthaler Straße 1 – 10623 Berlin Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 30 203 46 51 00 E-mail berlinprojekte@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 89 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018/2019 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Berlin  Mitte, Berlin, Germany Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 5.5 – 8.45 mill.  Interior approx. 226 – 348 m²  No. of rooms 5  E&V ID W-02I7YC  Contact Berlin Mitte MMC (DE) Engel & Völkers Berlin Mitte GmbH – Charlottenstraße 4 – 10969 Berlin Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 30 20 37 80 E-mail berlinmittemmc@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1750

Groß Bartensleben  Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

213

DE

Property type  Castle Price EUR 19.8 mill.  Interior approx. 3,110 m²  Land approx. 7 ha  E&V ID W-02CKUT  Contact Magdeburg (DE) EuV Immobilien Magdeburg GmbH – Krügerbrücke 2 – 39104 Magdeburg Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 391 24 35 81 60 E-mail magdeburg@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE IS NOT AVAILABLE – ENERGY SOURCE: PELLETS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2012

Mansfeld  Molmerswende, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany  Property type  House Price EUR 1.3 mill.  Interior approx. 770 m²  Land approx. 7,600 m²  E&V ID W-02IGLN  Contact Halle (DE) EuV Immobilien Sachsen GmbH – Hansering 14 – 06108 Halle Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 345 470 49 60 E-mail halle@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 180.4 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1912 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Osterholz-Scharmbeck  Leuchtenburg, Lower Saxony, Germany

215

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 1.3 mill.  Interior approx. 374 m²  Land approx. 8,739 m²  E&V ID W-02ISM7  Contact Bremen (DE) Thorsten W. Michels Immobilien GmbH – Wachmannstraße 105 – 28209 Bremen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 421 16 82 50 E-mail bremen@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 46.80 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2000 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Rotenburg a. d. Wümme  Sottrum, Lower Saxony, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 439,000  Interior approx. 212 m²  Land approx. 870 m²  E&V ID W-02IKFC  Contact Verden (DE) Schneider Immobilien GmbH & Co. KG – Große Straße 33 – 27283 Verden Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 4231 904 70 90 E-mail verden@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 109 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: D

Near Hanover  Adelheidsdorf, Lower Saxony, Germany

217

DE

Property type  House with equestrian center Price EUR 3.95 mill.  Interior approx. 347 m²  Land approx. 33,117 m²  E&V ID W-02FZO7  Contact Celle (DE) Dipl.-Volkswirt Volker Leibold Immobilien – Schuhstraße 16 – 29221 Celle Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 5141 93 44 60 E-mail celle@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 160 kWh/m²a – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1900 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Bückeburg  Schaumburg, Lower Saxony, Germany  Property type  Apartment Price EUR 660,000  Interior approx. 243 m²  No. of rooms 6  E&V ID W-02I1US  Contact Minden (DE) Andreas Schneider Immobilien e.K. – Hufschmiede 9 – 32423 Minden Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH  Tel. +49 571 88 91 19 10 E-Mail minden@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: JOANNA NOTTEBROCK – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 55 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2001 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: B

Hanover  Calenberger Neustadt, Lower Saxony, Germany 

219

DE

Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 2.19 mill.  Interior approx. 320 m²  No. of rooms 10  E&V ID W-02HDNT  Contact Hannover Mitte (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Schiffgraben 11 – 30159 Hanover Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 511 36 80 20 E-mail hannovermitte@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 110.1 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2010

Münsterland  Coesfeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Property type  House Price  EUR 625,000  Interior approx. 180 m²  Land approx. 619 m²  E&V ID W-02IP38  Contact Münster (DE) EV Münsterland GmbH – Bogenstraße 15/16 – 48143 Münster Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH  Tel. +49 251 60 93 10 E-mail muenster@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT, MICHAEL WEEGEN – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 81.20 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2007 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Ratingen  Hösel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

221

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 1.59 mill.  Interior approx. 291 m²  Land approx. 1,138 m²  E&V ID W-02HU62  Contact Ratingen (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Bahnhofstraße 177 – 40883 Ratingen Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 2102 73 27 60 E-mail ratingen@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: RAINER JAGUSCH – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 187 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1985 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Bottrop  Grafenwald, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany  Property type  House Price  EUR 679,000  Interior approx. 237 m²  Land approx. 970 m²  E&V ID W-02HLEY  Contact Gelsenkirchen (DE) EV Recklinghausen GmbH & Co. KG – De-La-Chevallerie-Straße 32 – 45894 Gelsenkirchen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH  Tel. +49 209 590 35 40 E-Mail gelsenkirchen@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 12.8 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMP, SOLAR – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Essen  Kettwig, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany 

223

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 3.8 Mill.  Interior approx. 545 m²  Land approx. 8,197 m²  E&V ID W-02HQWG  Contact Essen (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Rüttenscheider Straße 251 – 45131 Essen Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 201 43 61 61 E-Mail essen@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 79.5 kWh/m²a – LISTED FOR ITS HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1897

Düsseldorf  Unterbilk, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany  Property type  Apartment Price EUR 2.495 mill.  Interior approx. 261 m²  No. of rooms 5  E&V ID W-02CS90  Contact Düsseldorf Oberkassel (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Dominikanerstraße 6 – 40545 Düsseldorf Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 211 557 18 88 E-mail Duesseldorf@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 71 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2016

Düsseldorf  Pempelfort, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany 

225

DE

Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 3.25 mill.  Interior approx. 245 m²  No. of rooms 4  E&V ID W-02GMZP  Contact Düsseldorf Carlstadt (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Hohe Straße 7-9 – 40213 Düsseldorf Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 211 58 05 40 E-mail Duesseldorf@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: LENNARD STAMEN – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 15.2 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: AIR & WATER HEATING PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Korschenbroich  Kleinenbroich, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany  Property type  House Price EUR 980,000  Interior approx. 210 m²  Land approx. 537 m²  E&V ID W-02HUKG  Contact Neuss (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Sebastianusstraße 11 – 41460 Neuss Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 2131 20 94 40 E-Mail neuss@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ACHIM KRUG – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 80 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1999 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Heinsberg  Waldfeucht, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

227

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 1.68 mill.  Interior approx. 650 m²  Land approx. 8,894 m²  E&V ID W-02HDF1  Contact Heinsberg (DE) Holschbach & Kronen Residential GmbH – Hochstraße 98 – 52525 Heinsberg Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH  Tel. +49 2452 157 86 15 E-mail heinsberg@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 288.97 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1920

Cologne  Rodenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 3.8 mill.  Interior approx. 257 m²  Land approx. 1,001 m²  E&V ID W-02ITOM  Contact Köln Lindenthal (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Dürener Straße 191 – 50931 Cologne Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 221 57 77 99 80 E-mail koeln@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 14.3 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: HEAT PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2018 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Cologne  Lindenthal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

229

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 6.25 mill.  Interior approx. 407 m²  Land approx. 383 m²  E&V ID W-02I0FC  Contact Köln Lindenthal (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Dürener Straße 191 – 50931 Cologne Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 221 57 77 99 80 E-mail koeln@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ULRICH HETZERT – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 162.2 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2000 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Cologne  Rath/Heumar, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 1.98 mill.  Interior approx. 419 m²  Land approx. 879 m²  E&V ID W-02HI01  Contact Köln City (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Mittelstraße 13 – 50672 Cologne Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 221 258 83 10 E-mail koeln@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: OFFENBLENDE – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 30.8 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: AIR & WATER HEATING PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1958

Kürten  North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

231

DE

Property type  House Price EUR 3.85 mill.  Interior approx. 510 m²  Land approx. 49,264 m²  E&V ID W-01GXDF  Contact Bergisch Gladbach (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Schloßstraße 5 – 51429 Bergisch Gladbach Real estate company – Master licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 2204 76 75 20 E-mail bergischgladbach@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 178.9 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2000 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: F

Near Bonn  Alter Niederberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 3.995 mill.  Interior approx. 512 m²  Land approx. 8,320 m²  E&V ID W-02IQOD  Contact Bonn (DE) EV Bonn Immobilien Spohr, e.K. – Moltkestraße 28 – 53173 Bonn Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH  Tel. +49 228 42 27 70 E-mail bonn@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: DAVID STRASSBURGER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 55 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015

Frankfurt  Hesse, Germany

233

DE

Property type  Penthouse Price EUR 4.35 mill.  Interior approx. 262 m²  No. of rooms 5  E&V ID W-02I87Y  Contact Frankfurt (DE) GDA-Immobilien GmbH – Bockenheimer Landstraße 1 – 60325 Frankfurt on the Main Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 69 24 44 49 49 E-mail frankfurt@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 150.80 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1960 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: E

Trier Herresthal, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany  Property type  Building ensemble Price EUR 4.45 mill.  Interior approx. 923 m²  Land approx. 40,500 m²  E&V ID W-02IUVN  Contact Trier (DE) Jürgen Gombert Immobilien – Zuckerbergstraße 31 – 54290 Trier Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 651 912 09 74 E-mail trier@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 118 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2016 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: D

Mainz  Neustadt, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

235

DE

Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.25 mill.  Interior approx. 138 m²  No. of rooms 4  E&V ID W-02IUT1  Contact Mainz (DE) EV-Immobilien Beran GmbH – Hopfengarten 10 – 55116 Mainz Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 6131 57 07 60 E-mail mainz@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: ROSI TUSCHER – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY REQUIREMENT CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY REQUIREMENT 44.6 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2013 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Near Ludwigshafen on the Rhine  Mutterstadt, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Property type  Detached property Price EUR 1.28 mill.  Interior approx. 270 m²  Land approx. 720 m²  E&V ID W-02HWK9  Contact Ludwigshafen am Rhein (DE) Landhaus-Pfalz Immobilienservices GmbH – Bismarckstraße 50 – 67059 Ludwigshafen on the Rhine Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 621 53 90 90 90 E-mail ludwigshafen@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 7.3 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2012 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Oberderdingen  Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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DE

Property type  House Price EUR 1.39 mill.  Interior approx. 380 m²  Land approx. 754 m²  E&V ID W-02I2SV  Contact Bruchsal (DE) Hudak Immobilien GmbH – Friedrichstraße 13 – 76646 Bruchsal Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 7251 982 71 60 E-mail bruchsal@engelvoelkers.com 


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Mannheim  Seckenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 

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Property type  Apartment Price  EUR 236,000 – 556,000  Interior approx. 52 – 125 m²  No. of rooms 2 – 4.5  E&V ID W-02J5QU  Contact Rhein-Neckarprojekte (DE) Rhein-Neckar-Pfalz Immobilien GmbH – Elisabethstraße 7 – 68165 Mannheim Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 621 40 04 05 22 E-mail rhein-neckarprojekte@engelvoelkers.com 


ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 226.90 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: GAS – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1991 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: G

Stuttgart  Stammheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 1.65 mill.  Interior approx. 358 m²  Land approx. 656 m²  E&V ID W-02I8R9  Contact Stuttgart-Feuerbach (DE) Stuttgart-Nord Immobilien e.K. – Klagenfurter Straße 52 – 70469 Stuttgart Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 711 814 77 10 E-mail feuerbach@engelvoelkers.com 

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ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 109 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: DISTRICT HEATING – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1961

Stuttgart  Baden-Württemberg, Germany 

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Property type  Apartment Price EUR 1.39 mill.  Interior approx. 171 m²  No. of rooms 3.5  E&V ID W-02I194  Contact Stuttgart-Mitte (DE) Stuttgart Immobilien Kontor GmbH – Eberhardstraße 2 – 70173 Stuttgart Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 711 227 24 70 E-mail stuttgart@engelvoelkers.com 


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Lake Constance  Meßkirch, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Property type  House Price EUR 2.49 mill.  Interior approx. 490 m²  Total floor space approx. 142 m²  Land approx. 2,247 m²  E&V ID W-02HOHK  Contact Überlingen (DE) GBS Immobilien Überlingen GmbH – Münsterstraße 35 – 88662 Überlingen, Lake Constance Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 7551 944 58 44 E-mail ueberlingen@engelvoelkers.com

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Lake Constance  Hagnau, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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Property type  Holiday apartments Price EUR 8.2 mill.  Interior approx. 797 m²  Land approx. 2,700 m²  E&V ID W-02HU9G  Contact Überlingen (DE) GBS Immobilien Überlingen GmbH – Münsterstraße 35 – 88662 Überlingen, Lake Constance Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 7551 944 58 44 E-mail ueberlingen@engelvoelkers.com 


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Rosshaupten  Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany  Property type  Commercial Price EUR 4.25 mill. Total floor space approx. 1,252 m² Land approx.  7,822 m² E&V ID W-0283VP  Contact Kempten (DE) EV Kempten GmbH & Co. KG – Klostersteige 3 – 87435 Kempten Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Commercial GmbH  Tel. +49 831 960 79 00 E-mail kempten@engelvoelkers.com 

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Erkheim  Daxberg, Bavaria, Germany  Property type  House Price EUR 1.9 Mill.  Interior approx. 409 m²  Land approx. 1,261 m²  E&V ID W-02GQUR  Contact Memmingen (DE) Georg Kronenwetter – Kalchstraße 14 – 87700 Memmingen Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 8331 96 16 60 E-Mail memmingen@engelvoelkers.com 

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Near Munich  Ismaning, Bavaria, Germany

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Property type  Country house Price EUR 3.2 mill.  Interior approx. 250 m²  Land approx. 3,150 m²  E&V ID W-02F4UV  Contact München Nord-Ost (DE) DOMICILIUM GmbH – Freisinger Straße 13 – 85737 Ismaning Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 89 943 84 53 E-mail muenchennordost@engelvoelkers.com 


PHOTOS: CHRISTINE DEMPF – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/ TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 26.7 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: HEAT PUMP – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2015 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: A

Munich  Trudering, Bavaria, Germany  Property type  House Price EUR 2.75 mill.  Interior approx. 223 m²  Land approx. 503 m²  E&V ID W-021XX6  Contact München Waldtrudering (DE) E&V München Südost Immobilien GmbH – Wasserburger Landstraße 237 – 81827 Munich Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 89 420 79 90 E-mail muenchensuedost@engelvoelkers.com 

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PHOTOS: CHRISTINE DEMPF – ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE: ENERGY CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE/TOTAL FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 78 kWh/m²a – ENERGY SOURCE: OIL – YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 2007 – ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS: C

Grünwald  Near Munich, Bavaria, Germany 

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Property type  Mansion Price EUR 14.5 mill.  Interior approx. 790 m²  Land approx. 2,400 m²  E&V ID W-02J31A  Contact Münchner Süden (DE) Engel & Völkers Immobilien Deutschland GmbH – Südliche Münchner Straße 6a – 82031 Grünwald Real estate company – Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH  Tel. +49 89 649 88 60 E-mail muenchnersueden@engelvoelkers.com 


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“In the 20th century, many ­architects had the goal of building isolated monuments.” KENGO KUMA In the case of the Olympic stadium, somebody seems to have convinced the government of its merits too. There was a new jury, then a second competition, which you won, and construction started in late 2016. You charmingly name a German as the role model for your very consciously Japanese attitude: the architect Bruno Taut. What role does he play for you?  His outside perspective confirmed what I experienced and felt during my childhood in Japan but hadn’t yet worked up into a concept. Taut came to Japan in 1933 and found our way of life very appealing. And it wasn’t the modernist buildings that delighted him – he felt pulled in the opposite direction. So he looked at our country’s traditional way of building and said to himself: That’s what’s going to follow modernism! He wrote his thoughts about things like the Katsura Imperial Villa in K ­ yoto or the Ise Grand Shrine down. And I devoured it all. What did you learn from him?  First and foremost, the realization that our architectural tradition already contains the answers for a post-industrial era. Taut had been looking for models like that for a long time. He found them in Japan.

STARBUCKS   Kuma designed this four-story Starbucks building in the Nakameguro district of Tokyo with an unusual aesthetic. Wood dominates – inside and out.

So would you describe yourself as a traditionalist?  No, our architectural tradition inspired me, as did my own personal experiences. But what I design is very definitely contemporary architecture. Look at the Water Glass House, for instance, which I built in 1995: A very Japanese longing for nature is the starting point, but it formulates a very modern response. By the way: I was particularly delighted that I could build the house in ­Shizuoka,

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in the i­mmediate vicinity of Bruno Taut’s only building in Japan – the Hyuga Villa. Putting this need to be close to nature aside: The earth’s population is growing and growing – won’t we have to get used to the idea that in 20 or 30 years from now we’ll all be housed in huge “machines for living in”? Our way of life is changing rapidly too: People are moving around from one place to another as much as they’re moving from one relationship to another, they’re communicating via the internet – how is it even remotely possible for architecture to keep up?  There’s a great deal architects can do to encourage a new lifestyle. I’m working on concepts for shared residential or office space, for instance. Which brings me to the prefab house you designed for Muji: practical, quick to erect and quick to recycle when the time comes?  Well, yes – although I’ve come to realize that even the Muji house is a typical detached home for the suburbs. It’s intended as a suggestion, but it leaves a lot of problems unresolved. I think that in future we’ll need houses that allow us to share living space and work flexibly. And what would be a good model for the future?  My son Taichi Kuma lived in one. He’s 35, and also an architect. It’s a small apartment – but also a housing model for the future: He invited friends to live there with him, there were seven of them. Everyone has their own room and there are shared spaces for eating and working. A classic apartment share! Did he design it ­himself?  No, that was a few years ago now, when he was still a student. My wife, Satoko Shinohara, designed it with Spatial Design Studio, her firm in Tokyo. Share Yaraicho is the first house of its kind in Tokyo: It’s made of plastic and wood, and instead of doors there are zippers for closing the entrances. In 2014 it won an award from the AIJ (Architectural Institute of Japan). I thought it was a great model for a time when more than every second person in our city lives alone and housing prices are skyrocketing. There’s a quote from your fellow architect Tadao Ando: “Kuma lives in a totally new age.” Would you have expected a compliment like that from him?  I was delighted by it. Although I’ve always been very outspoken about criticizing Ando-san, I also value and respect him. That’s why I was really touched to get that kind of recognition from him.

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architecture of sculptural objects. In the 20th century, many architects had the goal of building isolated monuments that set themselves apart from their surroundings as clearly as possible. That mindset is no longer in keeping with the needs of our time. We’re more aware of our surroundings, we live in them, not against them like a backdrop any more. “Anti-Object” is the term I coined for that attitude.


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In Antarctica, underwater photography is not for the f­ ainthearted. At water temperatures of m ­ inus 2° C, filming was only possible as long as the camera operator was able to withstand the cold.

This distinction may mystify those beyond the Natural History Unit, but its filmmakers distinguish between natural history and “environmental” filmmaking. The former focus on animal or plant biology and behavior; the latter address environmental issues. Attenborough’s 2006 BBC two-parter “The Truth About Climate Change” was his first to address global warming explicitly. Three years later came “How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?,” which reflected his long-standing concern over the rising human population. In 2019 came a new Attenborough BBC documentary, “Climate Change: The Facts.” This year, the BBC is broadcasting another, “Extinction: The Facts.” The arrival of “Blue Planet II” in 2017 heralded a new urgency to Attenborough’s blockbusters, helping transform popular attitudes towards waste and pollution with its images of plastic enveloping a turtle, and albatrosses unwittingly feeding plastic bags to their chicks. It explained the importance of rainforest for a habitable climate, and almost no stunning sequence of wild animals came without Attenborough emphasizing the precariousness of their continued existence. Likewise, in “Seven Worlds, One Planet,” the environmental messages are no longer restricted to an appeal at the end of each episode. The first story about the impact of climate change comes 16 minutes into the opening episode. Throughout, there are sequences that highlight the human actions – climate change, pollution, habitat destruction, poaching – causing Earth’s sixth great planetary extinction. At 94, Attenborough is more in demand than ever. His daughter keeps a watchful eye on him and tries in vain to scale back his

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speaking engagements and charitable commitments. The BBC wants him to narrate “Planet Earth III,” but he will be 96 when the time comes. Meanwhile, he devotes most of his considerable stamina to appealing for radical action to tackle the climate crisis and biodiversity loss. In Poland, at the U.N. climate change summit in 2018, he was chosen to represent the world’s people in addressing leaders from almost 200 nations. At Davos, in early 2019, he questioned the wisdom of perpetual economic growth: only “a madman or an economist” would cling to this notion, he argued. In fall of 2019, Attenborough launched “Seven Worlds, One Planet” with an exhausting round of interviews to journalists from six continents, while a police helicopter buzzed over Extinction Rebellion protests on the streets of London. At the premiere, when I asked if he was comfortable about his films inspiring Extinction Rebellion, he replied sharply: “Extinction Rebellion doesn’t have the monopoly of people who care about the planet. That’s a section of people who care about the planet, but everybody should care about the planet. We’re citizens of the planet. We have the dominance of it and we ought to care about it.” Attenborough has been supportive of school climate strikers, and likes to suggest that the planet now belongs in younger hands. He remains visibly fascinated by all kinds of life and social change around him, but instinctively cleaves to the role of his lifetime – as an interested observer, watching a new generation clamoring for environmental change. “I’m old and they are young. They have their own techniques and their own ethos. It’s their world, not mine.”

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Ever since he was asked, as a bit of a joke, to open a visitor center at a nature reserve by the village of Attenborough in Nottinghamshire, in 1966, he has given rousing speeches (I have seen several) at hundreds of events for nature charities across Britain. It is hard to find a visitor center at a Wildlife Trust nature reserve that does not feature a silver plaque declaring that it was “Opened by Sir David Attenborough.” To his critics, these good deeds do not make up for what they see as Attenborough’s great failing as a broadcaster. Putting the case for the prosecution, the journalist George Monbiot has accused Attenborough of “knowingly creating a false impression of the world” by making films that underplay humanity’s impact on the planet and fail to identify the forces driving mass extinction and the climate crisis. Another environmentalist told me that Attenborough possesses irreproachable integrity, but his long silence on extinction and global warming in his television work has contributed towards a popular knowledge deficit. As a young producer, it was drilled into Attenborough that private convictions must not be aired in public. He has always upheld the values of the liberal establishment and taken the traditional BBC line on party-political neutrality. “I’m not a political chap, I know about bugs,” he protested when asked about Brexit in 2017. (When pushed, he revealed that he voted to remain.) Attenborough has also long defended his work with a “show the wonders and then people will care” argument. To a sympathetic observer, the lack of campaigning films in Attenborough’s oeuvre might look like a canny political calculation about the most effective way to shift popular opinion over the long term. But it may just reflect his temperament. “I made natural history programs not because I was a rampaging proselytizer preaching about conservation,” he told me. “I like looking at animals and seeing what they do.” In November 2004, nearly 20 years after the phrase “global warming” was first coined, Attenborough attended a lecture in Belgium given by Ralph Cicerone, an American expert on atmospheric chemistry. The graphs that Cicerone presented, showing the rise in global temperatures, finally convinced Attenborough, beyond any doubt, that humans were responsible for the changing climate. Attenborough insists he was never a skeptic about man-made climate change; just cautious. Even after Cicerone’s lecture, he still believed his job was to make programs about wildlife. He worried that people would think he was setting himself up as an expert on climate science. Attenborough’s output changed, however.


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PERSONAL

Ultimately stackable

The first modular home for individualists is called Bert. It was designed by the Precht architecture studio in collaboration with Baumbau, a startup that specializes in tiny houses, tree houses and other eco-buildings used in alternative tourism. Boasting a footprint not much bigger than that of an oversized tree trunk, this modular home can be put up almost a­ nywhere. Different elements stack on top of each other and the large round windows point in different directions. The interior areas – kitchen, living room and bedroom – are hung with a dark fabric, creating a dark, cozy atmosphere. If this modular home reminds you of a Minion, it’s no coincidence. Both the yellow, goggle-wearing cartoon characters and Sesame Street inspired the architects’ design. Sustainability plays an important role in the design as well: The timber-clad construction has solar panels for producing renewable energy, a self-composting toilet and a water treatment system. Bert is also available in varying configurations: It can be used as a garden house or something much bigger, like a multi-family house or even a hotel. All of the elements are prefabricated and assembled on location. And if your requirements change and you need more space once the tree house is standing, all you have to do is stack another element on top.

The first Berts by Rudi Obauer (l.) and Chris ­Precht are scheduled for completion this year.

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TEXT: UTA ABENDROTH; PHOTOS: MARCO RIEBERS (1), BERT BY PRECHT (1)

Precht, an architecture studio in S ­ alzburg, Austria, has designed a modular tree house with circular w ­ indows that looks like a M ­ inions character.


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