In this edition: Architecture-photographer Iwan Baan, different ways of touring Berlin's top eats, the fashion style of Barcelona, digital detox, and the art works of Bernard Pras.
Dutch photographer Iwan Baan is often hired by top architects when it comes to capturing their buildings for posterity. His trademark is always to show the building in the context of its surroundings. We went to see him at work on a new complex in Basel, Switzerland.
A Taste of Berlin
The German capital can expect more than 10 million visitors in 2013. To cater to the huge variety of people, more and more specialised tours are popping up. We check out the scene, which includes Berlin-by-bike.
Artist Bernard Pras
French assemblage artist Bernard Pras shows us in his Paris studio how he prepares a new creation. His palette consists of scrap objects that he arranges. Pras uses a photo to guide him in placing the objects. This time the motif is a work by the French Impressionist painter Claude Monet: 'Stormy Sea at Étretat'.
We travel to a farm resort in Austria where you give up your cell phones, have no access to a computer and there's no TV in your room. It's a refreshing change for an increasing number of vacationers.
Barcelona's Fashion Draw
We meet designer Krizia Robustella in her store in an artists’ quarter in the center of the old town of Barcelona. The area is also now home to a range of small boutiques. Robustella tells us about her fashions and the importance of fashion to the city.