The building material clay impacts all senses. CLAYTOURS is your resource for opportunities to see clay architecture in person and be inspired. Experience the world’s oldest building tradition in its modern and contemporary application. From urban city hotel to remote mountain hideout. From lakeside coworking space to vintage event location.Show more
Cultivating a modern taste for tradition Values like quality are timeless – but that doesn’t mean that they have to […]Show more
Not new, but modern During the restoration of the historical townhouse in Monschau, North Rhine-Westphalia, the building owners used a […]Show more
Clay earth as an accolade for hospitality Generosity and friendliness were among the knightly virtues of the Middle Ages. Hospitality […]Show more
The mountains as inspiration, clay as a medium The wonderful landscape of the southern Rhine Valley with its surrounding mountains […]Show more
Clay earth – a building tradition with a guarantee for the future
Anyone who works with clay earth as a building material can hardly avoid becoming fascinated with it. Clay earth provides simple answers to many questions that (future) property owners and builders ask themselves. This is not an empty advertising promise but is based on a wealth of experience that is thousands of years old.
Let’s share this wealth of knowledge – so it doubles.
Seminars and events
Are you looking for the right setting for hours spent with friends, family or colleagues? You’ll find what you are looking for here and discover the benefits of spaces built with clay.Show more
Are you interested in clay plaster with specific design features? Don’t be settle for a product sample if you can experience “your” wall live, in advance.Show more
Clay in the Black Forest
What is more unique, more authentic and more inviting than the Black Forest region? Clay-earth architecture in the Black Forest, of course.Show more
Would you like to know the secret of a good wine? Then start with the soil where the vines grow and our selection of wineries that pay tribute to it with their architecture.Show more