The past is as much a source of inspiration as the future.
We live in an age that is determined by efficiency and little individuality. But also in a time in which identity plays an increasingly important role. But you can't stamp identity and character out of the ground or lay it down like a template. Some things need time to develop and have a lasting effect on us. Even if we don't see it at first glance or want to, the feeling, ambience, a room with history influences us. Architecture and design also influence us. Instinctively, in our times of fast moving and self-reliant overtaking, we instinctively look for a place where we can feel comfortable, recharge our batteries, gain motivation, create something. The story of Haus Morp can really inspire you. You immerse yourself in the character of the house, let your imagination and thoughts run free. It's the rooms up to 12 m high, the constantly changing play of light, the creaking of the historic floorboards now and then, the view of the meadows, waters and trees. Also the sound in the early morning, when the gravel crunches on the way.
When in late autumn the mist slowly lifts over the Rotthäuser stream bed in the morning, when in summer the pear tree avenue invites you to take a walk. It is an impressive feeling to work and live where one used to be a knight, where nuns prayed or that now the desk, the easel or the computer stands where cows were milked not so long ago. Who can enjoy an idyllic lunch in the countryside and only be distracted by the chatter of geese? There are things that are worth preserving. Among them are irretrievable architecture and history. The historical past of the former manor and agricultural estate Haus Morp can be traced back to the 12th century. The today's "Morp" is handed down as "Morafa" and one can already hear the origin, the moor, out. The end of the word stands for water: Haus Morp was once a moated castle. A historical trade route, which since the Middle Ages has been known as the "Mouse Trail", passed close by. It is still mapped in this way today.