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.
Swedish architect Tommy Carlsson set out to design homes that are affordable for average earners and came up with the 'Happy Cheap House'. A family from the outskirts of Stockholm shows us around one of these homes.
Kalsarikännit? How to plumb the Finnish soul through emojis. Is it real? An exhibition brings together hyperrealistic bodies depicted in art. Plus: folded paper decorations for shop windows and fashion houses.
Can desserts be haute couture? A London pastry chef bakes fashion designers’ latest creations. Plus: a visit to the Checkpoint Charlie Museum in Berlin and a peek behind the stone walls of an Italian Trullo house.
Brunhilde Pomsel was the secretary to Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. Yet, she refused to see his crimes. A new documentary about the banality of evil forces viewers to ask themselves what they would have done.
How big is the world's smallest book? And which novel has been read the most? For UNESCO's World Book Day on April 23, we take a look at some quirky and impressive literary achievements.
Electro pop duo Milky Chance hail from central Germany. They recorded their debut album at home and released it online in 2013. They’ve since rocketed to fame, touring the world and topping the charts.
I. M. Pei has left his mark across the globe, with his signature style embodying the spirit of modernism. We take a look as some of his most iconic structures as he celebrates his 100th birthday on April 26.
Always online or on their phones, spoiled by their parents, reluctant to commit but at the same time the only people who actually understand the digital future. How does it feel to be a millennial?
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