In this edition: We take a look around the Milan furniture fair, find out about healthier options for your lunchbreak, meet legendary art dealer Hans Mayer, see how luxury globes are manufactured and visit Paris.
Latest Trends in Interior Design
Is furniture design becoming more feminine? Already at last year's Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the world’s most important furniture fair, an increase in round shapes, bold colours and unusual patterns was noticeable. This was in stark contrast to the still predominant minimalist 'greige' looks of late. We'll find out whether last year’s trend continues.
Lunchbox Reloaded: Snacks for Gourmets
Beside the canteen or greasy fast food offers, busy professionals often only have one choice at lunch: the packed lunch from home. A number of new cookbooks focus on the growing demand for quick recipes. So Instead of cold lasagna from the day before, you can now have salmon on buttered beans with chili flakes for lunch. We look at the new yummy options.
We join Hans Mayer, one of the world's top art dealers and gallery owners, at the Art Cologne fair. We talk to the expert about the current boom in the art market and take a look at the history of Mayer's famous gallery in Dusseldorf.
Luxury Globes from London
Peter Bellerby produces exquisite handmade globes in his workshop in London. They range in price from 1,200 all the way to 64,000 Euros. He started making them about 7 years ago, and in the meantime his customers come from all over the globe.
Paris in the Springtime
City of love, city of fashion, city of art - Paris has a lot of labels and a long list of world-famous sights, including the Eiffel tower, the Louvre and Notre Dame. A trip to Paris isn't complete without a river cruise on the Seine and a visit to a brasserie. Lots of visitors believe: You haven't seen Europe if you haven't been to Paris