There's a house in Poland that, according to architects, uses more concrete than any other private residence in Europe -- but it sure doesn't look like concrete. The facade seems like it was made of wood.
As the exhibition "Survivors. Faces of Life after the Holocaust" opens in a former coal mine complex, DW met photographer Martin Schoeller and the curator of the show to find out how it developed.
Tel Aviv celebrates 100 years of homegrown Bauhaus-inspired architecture with the opening of the White City Center. Designed for White City residents and visitors, it will help preserve the area's storied architecture.
An icon of European film who rose to global fame on the back of "La Dolce Vita," Federico Fellini's indelible mark on modern cinema has little faded 100 years since his birth.
More than a bestselling spy novelist: John le Carré has been named the recipient of Sweden's annual Olof Palme Prize for his "extraordinary contribution to the necessary fight for freedom, democracy and social justice."
One of the world's most famous violists is an all-round musician who has inspired much contemporary music and many composers — not as a diva but through solid work for the cause of music.
The influential contemporary artist was one of the leading figures of the Conceptualism movement. John Baldessari, who humorously defied established definitions of art, has died at the age of 88.
The surprise news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to retire from royalty has triggered a series of humorous reactions on Twitter — as well as harsher comments reflecting polarization on the topic.
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