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The Simmering Flavors of Israel and Palestine

22/05/2020 food & beverages travel

The Simmering Flavors of Israel and Palestine

No meal—breakfast, lunch, or dinner—comes without a selection of colorful vegetables, chopped raw into a salad or served alongside, seared on the grill, or lightly steamed. From a cauliflower salad to a pistachio cake, with a roasted fish in between to break up courses, master the art of a three-course banquet using recipes from Divine Food.
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Filmic Post-Industrial Hostelry In A Eco-design. Photo: Peter Guenzel

26/03/2020 Escape travel

Eco-Design Cinematically Unified With Post-Industrialism

A former quarry on the Swedish island of Gotland has been transformed into a minimalistic hostelry that brings eco-design to a forgotten Brutalist structure. A sustainable cooking approach that enhances the surrounding land has made it a hotspot for Scandinavia's culinary scene. Take a look inside this reimagined guest house.
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Into The Mystical, Secluded Faroe Islands with Kirstin Vang

09/03/2020 Escape travel

Into The Mystical, Secluded Faroe Islands

Nestled in a pocket of the North Atlantic and caught between Scotland, Iceland, and Norway sits 18 minuscule masses of land that collectively make up the archipelago of the Faroe Islands. “Bare, naked, and rough” is how Kirstin Vang describes the landscape, a part of the world now defined by the storms and blustery winds that frequently batter the land.
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Silence Amongst Icebergs

10/02/2020 Escape travel

Silence Amongst Icebergs

While sailing through the soundless Arctic panorama defined by millennia-old glaciers that rise like cold flames of ice from the clear, deep blue ocean erased all of the evidence of life beneath, a once in a lifetime sense of equanimity is felt. This feeling of isolation is what keeps Michael Schauer hooked, and why he keeps heading northward to the furthest corners of Earth.
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A Day Below Stockholm

08/01/2020 architecture & interior travel

A Day Below Stockholm

For nearly six decades, Stockholm’s metro art installations have worked as a social experiment to its commuters and tourists. David Altrath guides us into the majestic tunnels and cave-like flux that forms one of the world’s most unique transit systems.
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A Space Between Reality and Fantasy by Gustav Willeit

30/08/2019 travel visual culture

A Space Between Reality and Fantasy

The details captured by Gustav Willeit give his images some verisimilitude, a sense of reality at first glance, but the sharp lines of symmetry also shape an almost fantasy-like version of the landscape.
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