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euromaxx highlights

euromaxx highlights

Lifestyle Europe

In this edition: extreme mountaineers Gerlinde Kaltenbunner and Ralf Dujmovits,

an exhibition in Berlin, the world’s narrowest house, photo artist Wolfgang Ganter, a musical first and cyclist Mickael Dupont

Handmade in Germany

Famous manufacturers join forces with top designers for an amazing exhibition in the German capital.

Peak Performers

An intimate portrait of extreme mountaineers Gerlinde Kaltenbunner and Ralf Dujmovits at home in Germany

Schumann at Pier2

Berlinhas hosted the premiere of the documentary film Schumann at Pier2. Paavo Järvi conducted Kammerphilharmonie Bremen who played all four of Robert Schumann's symphonies for the film. The result is a beautiful insight into the music of this prolific 19th century composer.

The Keret House in Warsaw

We take at look at the world's narrowest house - in a space of a metre and a half just 122 centimetres wide. It is owned by Israeli author Etgar Keret. Under Polish law, the house is too small to be a residence, so it's classified as an art installation.

Cyclist Mickael Dupont

Freestyler Mickael Dupont of France has created his very own unique parcour style.

Photo Artist Wolfgang Ganter

Wolfgang Ganter is a photo artist who has not only discovered, but also cultivates the beauty of bacteria. And if you're thinking never in a million years would you hang bacteria on your wall, after you've seen his work you might think again.