On this edition of Euromaxx highlights: Swedish musician Martin Molin, spring fashions in 2016, a dream home in Scotland, a tasty treat from France and dancing like a pro.
Marble musician from Sweden
Swedish musician Martin Molin and his 2,000 cascading marbles.
Swedish musician Martin Molin loves building unusual instruments. His latest contraption is a two-meter-tall box filled with 2,000 cascading marbles. The sounds they make change, depending on where they fall.
Colorful and wild: spring fashions in 2016
Gucci sets the trend – with wild, colorful patterns. And: bare shoulders are back in.
The shoulder is the new décolleté, says Isabelle Braun. As spring begins, the Munich fashion journalist explains how clothes are being Gucci-fied and what’s behind the term gender bender.
Learning from the pros
Can Euromaxx reporter learn to cut a rug at the annual INTAKO open dance meeting?
The annual INTAKO open dance meeting in Düsseldorf is one of the biggest of its kind in Europe. Reporter Hendrik Welling gets a lowdown on how to cut a rug from two stars of the German dance scene.
A dream home in Scotland
Ian Harding has converted a 400-year-old house in Cellardyke, Scotland.
Ian Harding has converted a 400-year-old house in Cellardyke, Scotland. The modern part of the house harmonizes with the original construction. The design has won numerous prizes.
Crêpes from Nantes
A trip to the homeland of crêpes: in France, pancakes have an ancient tradition.
It may be the land of the gourmet, but France has also produced plenty of simple dishes. For example, crêpes: paper-thin pancakes eaten with sweet or savory toppings. We visit Brittany, the birthplace of the crêpe.