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New culinary trend: Data Cuisine

As unlikely as it sounds - dry statistics can be turned into small culinary gems. Data visualization experts Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner started this project to make their field of expertise seem more sensual.


 2016-05-03  3m

Vienna's roller-coaster restaurant

Dishes speed to the tables of a roller-coaster restaurant. What's unique here is that not humans but robots send the food and beverages to the guests. They even mix the cocktails!


 2016-04-30  4m

Maurice Mikkers' Tears

Can one determine, by the look of a tear, why it was shed? That's a question Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers tries to answer. He brings his subjects to tears, and then examines the result under a microscope.


 2016-04-29  4m

Modern architecture in pine woodlands

The "Casa Levene" designed by Eduardo Arroyo is one of the most lauded architectural designs in Spain in the last few years. The towering pine forest was to remain intact, so the house was designed around the trees.


 2016-04-28  4m

Tschutti Heftli - soccer meets art

The "Tschutti Heftli" from Switzerland is the alternative to the Panini collectors album: the portraits of the soccers players for the European Championship in France are not photos but illustrations, by 24 artists.


 2016-04-28  5m

Spring dish from Provence

Typical cuisine from Provence but with style - that's how chef Benoît Witz at the restaurant Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de la Celle sees his specialties. Here he's preparing a vegetable dish with courgettes, fennel and onions.


 2016-04-27  4m

Graz - city of contrasts

The Austrian city of Graz, with its palaces and grandeur has an air of days gone by. Yet at the same time, it is surprisingly modern. This is why the city was also named a Unesco 'city of design' in 2011.


 2016-04-26  4m

Great voices at the 7th Jazzfest Bonn

The Jazzfest opened with internationally acclaimed bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff and his new jazz-program "My Favorite Things". Many other powerful voices, such as Jazz singer Lisa Bassenge from Berlin, will be performing this year.


 2016-04-26  4m

Euromaxx: Highlights of the Week

On this edition of Euromaxx Highlights: The V&A Museum in London puts a spotlight on what’s usually hidden: underwear at the ‘Undressed’ exhibition. The CJ5 house in Vienna makes the most of a narrow floor plan. And: How streaming services changed our lives.500 years of the beer purity lawIn 1516, Bavarian rulers issued a purity decree to stipulate which ingredients could be used in beer brewing...


 2016-04-24  26m

Roman street art

Triumphs and Laments is a huge riverside street art project in the Italian capital Rome.


 2016-04-23  4m