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Euromaxx Highlights

On this edition of Euromaxx Highlights: The shape of the future, present-day street art from Portugal, Icelandic design, an island idyll and weeding out art forgeries.


The design duo Kram & Weisshaar are employing the latest in technology when it comes to designing furniture and other objects. Their robot called "Robochop" follows commands from the computer to create individualized designer pieces on the spot. Get a sneak peak at the Cebit technology fair in Hanover.

Bordalo Segundo and his street art

Trash found in nature and outside walls on the street are the basics that make up the creations of Bordalo Segundo. But the Portugese street artist not only creates giant murals, he tries to convey an environmental message with his art.

Icelandic Creations

Iceland is trying to put itself on the design map. The nation's capital Reykjavik is hosting the "Design March" festival to showcase some of the country's up-and-coming young talent.

Vacationing on Fuerteventura

Some call it the "Hawaii of Europe." The Spanish island of Fuerteventura is a popular destination spot for those who want to enjoy sand, sea, sun and surf. Learn more about what the island has to offer.

Finding Forgery

The art market is booming and that is visible at one of the most prestigious art fairs, the TEFAF, which is currently underway in the Dutch city of Maastricht. Here museums, galleries and art collectors are spending billions. Detecting forged art is key to TEFAF's reputation. That's why exhibitors have to pass strict procedures before the show begins. We had a look behind the scenes.

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