A new concept of travel featuring a curated selection of people and places of sustainable luxury, from hideouts to city guides to interviews.
Our chat with Børge Ousland, one of the world’s most accomplished polar explorers, about his intense connection to nature, his Manshausen guesthouses and the beauty of living entirely in the present.
Architectural tree hotels, glass igloos and cabins on remote islands are all part of this specially curated list of Arctic getaways for the winter. Breathtaking views of the Northern Lights included.
This renovated and traditional ‘Alpiner Blockbau’ is an opportunity to bask in the beautiful simplicity of living in the Swiss mountains.
The brothers Andreas and Steffen of the Rings vineyard create wines that possess the taste and integrity of the organic process as well as the delicate edge of passionate experimentation.
Witnessing Seestück Prerow for the first time, it appears like an imposing character from a fable. The reed thatching seemingly grows beyond the roof, covering the gables and side walls, with a rusted steel façade that somehow complements it harmoniously.
Built around 200 years ago, the Scheune never saw any repairs and was left to collapse until 2007 when it was renovated and given a whole new purpose.
Designed by Thomas Kröger Architects, Das Schwarze Haus allows weekend travellers to escape the hustle and bustle of Berlin in a home inspired by the region’s historic barns.
At Dresden’s best restaurants, the city’s alluring history meets modern cuisine. You don’t have to look hard to find everything from Michelin-starred fine dining to modern street kitchens.
Made of solid wood, the Zumthor Cabins stretch three floors into the air with huge floor-to-ceiling windows that glow a warm light of inhabitance.
If you have ever dined at the restaurant of Michelin starred chef Tim Raue in Berlin, you have probably already been introduced to that particularly memorable Dreissigacker taste.