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Euromaxx Highlights

On this edition of Euromaxx Highlights: An architectural future vision in the Italian city of Turin. The surreal imagery of Swedish photo artist Erik Johansson. And: Irish writer Cecilia Ahern publishes her new novel.

25 Verde: Urban green architecture

It looks like a mix between a jungle and a treehouse: the ’25 Verde’ building in the Italian city of Turin. Architect Luciano Pia designed this vision of new urban green architecture which is part of a wider trend.

Erik Johansson's Surreal Photo Worlds

Swedish photo artist Erik Johansson is a master of illusion. He uses a computer to create pictorial worlds that look deceptively real. He collects his material with a camera and wants every detail to seem genuine.

GQ Gala: Men of the Year

Men from German showbiz, media, fashion, and sports were in the spotlight at a big gala on Thursday night. GQ magazine organized the event for the 17th time. Euromaxx reporter Hendrik Welling was in the middle of it all.

Cecelia Ahern’s new novel

Irish bestselling-author Cecilia Ahern is publishing her new book. She’s accomplished more than most writers manage in their whole lifetime. ‘The Marble Collector’ is already the 13th novel by the 34-year-old.

Martin Luther pop musical

A new pop musical about Protestant reformer Martin Luther premiered in Dortmund. Some five hundred years after he started the reformation of the christian church, Luther is the main character of a pop oratory.

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