Ghulam Qadir Shahani wrote into us from Hyderabad in Pakistan and he has aspirations of peaky heights far far away. He wanted to see the highest town in Europe - Davos in the Swiss mountains.
Each year during the World Economic Forum, global attention turns to the small town in the Swiss Alps. We look at Davos beyond the headlines, to the posh winter sports resort with a long history.
This week, political and business leaders will gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Meet our team of reporters, presenters and writers that will bring you all the action from the Swiss Alps.
Every year, the world’s business elite descend on Davos for the World Economic Summit. But this small, sophisticated village situated in the Swiss Alps isn’t just for business deals. It’s also where some of the Europe’s best skiing and snowboarding takes place.
What's behind the Swedish lifestyle trend 'lagom'? Plus: the home Italian design manager Alberto Alessi. And: Why French photographer Dominique Nabokov is so fascinated with the living rooms of celebrities.
The Ferdinand GT3 RS might look like a real Porsche 911, but it's actually a bike covered with the chassis of a sports car! It's the creation of Austrian artist Hannes Langeder - a man with a message.
Robots are being deployed more and more in the arts and sciences. But is a robot that makes a drawing automatically an artist? Patrick Tresset is an award winning artist who uses robotics to investigate humans.
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc quit her job and set out to travel the world in search of female beauty. For her 'Atlas of Beauty' she portrays women from different cultures.
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