In this edition: A new take on ceramics, Germany's top female chef, a café with a view, ice climber Ines Papert, and Bryan Ferry's new album.
Danish Design Duo "Claydies"
A profile on Karen Kjældgård-Larsen and Tine Broksø who are breaking all the molds with their take on ceramics.
Douce Steiner's father held two stars at the Restaurant Hirschen in the Black Forest when she took over its kitchen in 2008. The Michelin Guide withdrew one of them a year later. Now she's won it back. In the 2013 edition, she's the only female chef in Germany whose cuisine can boast two Michelin stars.
Perched up at an altitude of 3,440 meters, the newly opened Café 3440 on the Pitztal Glacier is now the coolest and highest place in Austria to grab a refreshment. With its panoramic windows, it offers mountain views that are, literally, breathtaking.
Ice Climber Ines Papert
A portrait of four times world champion in ice climbing Ines Papert.
Bryan Ferry’s New Album
British singer Bryan Ferry is celebrating 40 years in the business with a new album. It’s called The Jazz Age and features new recordings of his greatest hits.