“We receive a lot of support, but also criticism. Many ask why we do not do more for the refugees or the misery throughout the world… Those who say such things have not understood the function or the meaning of such monuments for the population.”
Professor Dr. Dr. Peter Löw, entrepreneur and chief curator of The European Heritage Project, is fighting to ensure that historical buildings in Kitzbühel, among other places, are preserved. To this end he buys houses and has them restored. An overview of the project status in Kitzbühel. Read more
The dilapidated condition of the interior of the building was already evident from the facade. Years of vacancy had significantly affected the structural fabric. The roof structure threatened to collapse, the masonry showed frost and water damage, and the interior was partially infested with pests.
The European Heritage Project restores historical appearance. After a two-year renovation process, the property has been returned to its former glory. The renovation of the interior has progressed well and only needs to be “finalised”. Read more
Munich investor Peter Löw has big plans for the centre of Lauffen: As part of The European Heritage Project, Löw, whose wife was born in Lauffen, wants to restore a number of buildings and redesign the square in front of the church.
After the project had already been presented to the Bad Ischl municipal council and the population of Lauffen, the Ischler Heimatverein has also been informed about the planned procedure.
The European Heritage Project has already succeeded in acquiring numerous buildings in Lauffen that have been abandoned to decay. The aim is to not only improve the state of the affected buildings, thereby rescuing them from complete ruin, but also to implement a complete town development concept. Read more
Sonnenplatz 1, the “old police station”, Maria-Viktoria-Straße 17 or the “Kettenbrücke” villa on the Lichtentaler Allee: The European Heritage Project purchases and restores listed buildings in Baden-Baden. The financially solid initiator and chief curator, Prof. Peter Löw, an entrepreneur who specialises in company takeovers, has his roots in the spa town of Baden-Baden. Read more
The European Heritage Project plans to restore the facade of the Deutscher Hof property in Baden-Baden to its historical state. After approval by the historical monument authority, the building permit is now available. Read more
The extensive renovation and maintenance process of the palazzo commences with extensive exterior work. Work on the facade of the historic property should be completed in November.