I try living in a tiny home for one day.
Ryan Chetiyawardana – Mr. Lyan to his devotees – was crowned the World’s Best Bartender in 2015. His sustainable ethos and signature flavors can also be found in Cub, his first restaurant. In this restaurant review, our […]
Erst als verhext verleumdet, dann von der Mauer geteilt, später als Ödnis in der Mitte Deutschlands verschrien — der Harz, einstmals ein mondänes Kurgebiet, hat ein Image-Problem. Doch damit soll jetzt Schluss sein: Die Harzer schlagen zurück und […]
After almost a quarter of a century, it sometimes feels as if I’m personally acquainted with every lamp post, traffic light and newsagent. How wrong I was! Covering Yonda, London’s new innovative sight-seeing tour, for smart magazine I gleaned all manner of interesting nuggets on our fair city – and fell in love all over again.
Ok, I’ll admit it: I love magazines. That doesn’t mean I’m some kind of dinosaur enamoured with unfashionable print – although print still has an impact and role all of its own. What I mean […]
“The beast springs to life, revving up menacingly before settling into an ominous burble reminiscent of a 1980s rally quattro. It’s the growling timbre of Audi’s famed five-cylinder turbo-charged powerplant – as unmistakable as that of a whisky-voiced rock star warming […]
No amount of schnitzel can compensate for shooting until daybreak twice in a row – but seeing the result made it all worth it in the end. In this video, shot by the consummate pros […]
I rediscover the virtues of make-do-and-mend at London’s Repair Café.
A visit to Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie for Mazda’s customer magazine
The fashionable crowd and tattooed baristas in their leather aprons give you the sense that even just to be here, breathing the free air, is to have arrived in life.smart magazine's Local Secrets stories are always a bit of a treat: you get to meet cool dudes and dudettes who show you the very best of their home town driving around in a brand-new smart – what's not to like? This time, I interviewed up-and-coming neo-soul start JOHN GRVY (and no, that's not pronounced "Groovy" or "Gravy", but "Gray", to avoid confusion with the author of "Men are from Mars..."). So check out the interview here – especially if you're planning a trip to Madrid yourself! Photography: Thomas Motta