We see how Cato Haugen and his partner Tove Vestli restore historically protected wooden homes on their property in Trysil, Norway. They also modernize them, yet they keep the basic structure intact while cleverly hiding the modern touches.
This designer Norwegian house was completed in just a few days. The building materials came mainly from Norway which meant that the delivery distances were short. The design is characterized by the use of local wood.
Why British costume designer Sandy Powell could win two Oscars this year, why Norwegian designer Belinda Bjerke loves her prefab home and why New Nordic Cuisine is getting more and more popular.
This weekend marks the emotional return of the Norwegian Labour Party Youth to Utoya for the first summer camp since the deadly attacks four years ago. Valeria Criscione reports from Oslo and Utoya.
What's it really like at one of those fancy Cannes receptions? DW film critic Hans Christoph von Bock put on his best suit and dove into the celebrity chaos. He also investigated why German film isn't getting noticed.
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