Eingebettet in hügelige Olivenhaine, nahe des sardischen Dorfes Dorgali, liegen die beiden Häuser von Edouardo Sottocasa. Mitten in einer Landschaft, die im Herbst von langen heißen Sommern ausgedörrt erscheint und im Frühjahr nur kurz erblüht. Das Besondere an Edouardos Häusern: Sie sind fast vollständig aus recycelten Materialien errichtet worden. Die Erfüllung eines Jugendtraums!
Jillian is the author of the well-known blog ‚The Noisy Plume‘ in which she documents her life and work as a metalsmith. Since last summer she and her husband has been living in a refurbished Airstream trailer from the 60s at the smokejumper base in Washington.
For more than two years now, Fenja and Roberto have been travelling through South America. Sometimes on bumpy buses, sometimes on swanky planes, and sometimes on their shabby-chic green ’71 VW Campervan. They do not follow any particular route, and there are no fixed timings or destinations for their journey. That is because Fenja and Roberto are navigating on trust!
Imagine a beautiful and charming old city in the Netherlands, small cafés strung together like beads along the cobbled streets. We are in the charming old city of Maastricht near the German and Belgium border. Daniela, who is originally from Slovakia, has been living here in a rented little house for about 12 years now together with her husband and her three little sons.
At the foot of the Picos de Europa massif in Northern Spain, a Dutch couple, Astrid and Thomas, are living their dream of running a campsite, far away from the hurly-burly of daily life. They’ve built a place of extraordinary beauty with the help of volunteers from all over the world.
Located in Amsterdam, Calanne and Geert are living in their self-built, foldable, and transportable off-grid home on a minimum living space bringing out the peak of livability.
Otchipotchi Simple, beautiful ceramics from Portuguese artist Paula Valentim Text by Inga Schnepel | Photos by Paula Valentim Paula Valentim lives in a small village in Portugal, where she produces her simple, fragile porcelain products, in her workshop called Otchipotchi.
Thirty-year-old Paris based photographer Romain Veillon is the first artists we’re going to present in our new category „photography“. His extraordinary photographs all revolve around the same theme: abandoned churches, abandoned hospitals, prisons, and abandoned nests.