Haus Bubkevitz

Posted on Mon, 6 Jan 2014 by midcenturyjo

I’m so excited to be back from the holiday break with new posts for 2014!  A new year, a new week and a great escape. An escape from having to going back to work, an escape from an extreme case of Mondayitis. Come with me as we wind our way down a meandering country road on the Island of Rügen in the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania region of Germany. To an old schoolhouse/farmhouse. The old barn and endless fields are all we can see as we enter our holiday home. Modern meets traditional, simple minimalism meets rich maximalist murals. American Gothic? A rabbit in the room? Perhaps a minimalist grey attic space. No TV, no internet, no worries. Haus Bubkevitz.

Sparky says:

Wowsers! Very refreshing rehab. A successful mixing of the old (structure) and the new finishes. I like the reproductions of the Masters: Picasso (boar), Grant Wood (American Gothic) and Albrecht Durer (the rabbit) on the walls!

jane says:


Paula says:

WOW! such a wonderful house! where could i rent it? and how much does it cost?
love it! thanks!!

MyNightOwl says:

I love it. What a dream of beauty and clutter-free. I don't suspect any children in the area.

Chris says:

What a coincidence! I live just a couple of kilometers away from that house and I had no idea about that gem. Very well done! I'll try to sneak a peek on my next walk there. 😉

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