No other use is as predestined for clay building materials and its surfaces such as hotels, holiday flats, restaurants, and bars. That is because this is where people want to feel at home, spend the most relaxing weeks of the year, and the most beautiful hours of the day. Clay can contribute greatly to this. Many business owners have already discovered it for their business. You as the guest benefit from being able to experience the atmosphere created by clay and the aesthetics of its surfaces, as well as see it in person. Have a look and experience it for yourself!
The Traube Tonbach in Baiersbronn in the Black Forest is known worldwide as a gourmet address. For the reconstruction, the family employed around 50 businesses from the region. However, the hotelier family did not only attach great importance to regionality in the choice of contractors, but also in the building materials used. In this context, clay is the ideal choice as a building material.
Agriturismo Terra del Sole is an accommodation located in Albosaggia, in the central Valtellina, just a few kilometers from Sondrio, the capital of the province. The area is characterized by lush meadows, a fantastic panorama of the Alps and the nearby river Adda.
Villa Casa Adèlia is a dreamlike vacation home in the Portuguese Algarve. Our CLAYTEC partner Mestre Construtivo in Portugal carried out the renovation of this special property without any architectural interventions. We are delighted that a full-service construction company that combines expertise and technology with a respect for traditional craftsmanship and a passion for design has used our CLAYTEC earthen building materials here.
For the visible effect, the YOSIMA clay designer plaster with the additive "straw" was used. The pleasant indoor climate is noticeable due to the breathable and moisture-regulating properties of the clay.
The culinary art and interior design of the Restaurant ERNST in Berlin follow the same philosophy: Everything in nature is perfect. The great (craft) art is to make this perfection usable and experienceable for you as a guest.
Ines Bitsch lives with her husband and her two dogs in the beautiful Waldkirch in the Black Forest. From the love for travelling and her joy in foreign countries, their people and their hospitality, Ines develops over the years her great interest in becoming a hostess herself. Through her cheerful nature, a lot of ambition and love for detail she has been able to realize several vacation homes over the years. For her latest project "Annas Stube" Ines wanted a very special exquisite wall design, "just like the farmhouses were built hundreds of years ago" and decided to use the natural and healthy CLAYTEC YOSIMA clay design plaster.
Since 1982, the self-taught Nils Holger Moormann has been producing and distributing the drafts of what are mostly young, unknown designers. Nils Holger Moormann has now opened a highly unconventional little hostel of his own.
The client wished to re-purpose the barn structure, which had been standing vacant for years, into a holiday home. It was a special challenge for the architect Jan Rösler: The original facade openings were to be preserved and serve as the entirety of the illumination.
With its consistently realised concept of a family hotel built exclusively of natural building materials, the hotelier Anselm Graubner from Weimar celebrated a huge success both from a gastronomical as well as an architectural standpoint.