Monthly Archives: December 2016

December 21

TANTRIS

PERFECTION The term “Tantris” is derived from the Indian Buddhist culture and symbolizes the search for perfection. And a visit to Tantris should be the epitome of perfection. From the seventies-era architecture to the Michelin two-starred cuisine right through to the international selection of wines and the friendly professional service. ENJOYMENT Right from day one, […]

December 21

EDELWEISS STUDIO VISIT

The dirndls of Edelweiß are perfect artworks which portray the evolutionary development of the costumes. Edelweiß-München GmbH has both design and production based in Munich. All Edelweiß designs are limited edition. There are only two manufactures per dirndl, with all pieces bearing the signature and reflecting the passion of their designer.  Luxurious patterns woven in […]

December 20

THE PINAKOTHEKEN: ARTISTS UNDER THE NATIONAL SOCIALISTS

December 20

THE PINAKOTHEKEN: WERNER AISSLINGER: HOUSE OF WONDERS

Designer Werner Aisslinger (b. 1964 in Nördlingen) will develop a new project specifically for the unusual architecture of the Pinakothek der Moderne’s Paternoster Hall. Based in Berlin and internationally acclaimed, Werner Aisslinger is a furniture designer whose interests lie in the form and accoutrement of living and working environments. Facets of sustainability, upcycling, material innovations […]

December 20

THE PINAKOTHEKEN: THE BENEFACTOR WHO CAUSED A STIR, BECAUSE HE KNEW THAT ART IS FOR EVERYONE. THE DONATION FROM THE ART MENTOR FOUNDATION LUCERNE

The Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne has made a donation to the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen and to the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München of 58 top-calibre works stemming from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The donation consists of the former private collection of Christof and Ursula Engelhorn which the couple had contributed to the Art Mentor Foundation […]

December 20

THE PINAKOTHEKEN: DESIGN- COMPUTERS, CARS, FURNITURE

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December 20

THE PINAKOTHEKEN: FRANCIS KERE: RADICALLY SIMPLE

Born in Burkina Faso, the Berlin architect Francis Kéré is a leading figure in socially engaged building design – a movement that has in recent years attracted increasing levels of interest. As well as using locally sourced materials, Kéré ensures that the people who ultimately use his buildings are involved in the planning and construction […]