A Finnish architect has built his dream house amidst nature. Marco Casagrande’s home sits among cliffs and pine trees. He’s made it look like a stranded ship that has found a safe haven in this place.
In the upscale neighborhood of Jordaan, designers Oliver Michell and George Gottl transformed a former storage house for sugar built in 1763 into a roomy, open concept loft, keeping many of the original features.
Thessaloniki welcomes visitors during this year's Open House Event. Plus: Snow-grouse -- a Finnish delicacy.
And: a new documentary film about Norwegian chess champion Magnus Carlsen.
In this edition: curly kale, a French street artist, cars and their pet names, designer glasses from Berlin and a unique home in Finland.
From Baader and Speer to Stauffenberg: Sebastian Koch has played them all. He tells KINO what fascinates him about historical characters and what it’s like to work with Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg.
Petina Gappah is an attorney who lives in Geneva and writes about her southern African roots. Her debut-novel is a portrait of post-colonial Zimbabwe as dramatic as it is vivid.
Bibi Bourelly quit school, and moved to the US -- to write songs. One of Bibi's songs was a big hit for Rihanna. Now, Bibi wants to strike out on her own -- as a singer.
Farah Diba Pahlavi was the last Empress of Iran. Before the Shah was ousted in 1979, she assembled one of the largest collections of contemporary Western art -- in its own museum. We talked with her in her Paris exile.
Condolences poured in via Twitter from around the world after a truck crashed into a Berlin Christmas market Monday night. Many were quick to condemn the incident as a terrorist attack.
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