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Life on top of a silo: Converting industrial heritage into a comfortable, modern home with Anjo van den Brink and José van de Griendt

Fifteen years ago, Anjo van den Brink volunteered to work as a doorman during Open Monuments Day, all the way at the top of an old grain silo in the corner of the Harbour Quarter in Deventer. Anjo was familiar with the ...

The World's greatest architects have come together to create a world of micro architecture for the retrospective at the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London.

British artist Rebecca Louise Law turns museums, galleries and public places into majestic installations of real colorful flowers.

Midnight Kitchen Talk: Nicolas Paciello

What makes a good cook? What inspires a master chef? Running a professional kitchen is often considered to be one of the most stressful jobs in the world. At the same time, great chefs have so much obvious fun, enthusiasm ...

Working when it’s still pitch black

Will getting up at 4am make you productive and happy?

Back in Black: Fashion

There is fashion, and then there’s timeless design. Objects of desire - as sophisticated and sublime now as they will be 10 or 20 years from now. When it comes to colours, however, there’s only one that is standing the test ...

Back in Black: industrial design

There is fashion, and then there’s timeless design. Objects of desire - as sophisticated and sublime now as they will be 10 or 20 years from now. When it comes to colours, however, there’s only one that is standing the test ...

Back in Black: Gerhard Nuessler

There is fashion, and then there’s timeless design. Objects of desire - as sophisticated and sublime now as they will be 10 or 20 years from now. When it comes to colours, however, there’s only one that stands the test of ...

Tuna tataki

Grilled tuna on toasted and blackened bread with fresh horseradish sauce and wasabi paste (level of difficulty: medium)

Black risotto with caviar and seafood

Black risotto with seafood, black or dark-red tomatoes, black cheese crackers, caviar and peas (level of difficulty: medium)

Mini cakes with black-mirror glaze

Mini cakes with black-mirror glaze with sponge base, yogurt mousse and a strawberry-crémant fruit centre (level of difficulty: challenging)

Inside Mother Nature’s home

Learn more about introducing the patterns you find from nature into your home.

How technology connects us to products.

What does the future hold when it comes to shopping and the delivery of products to your door?

Thrones of the Home

Welcome to the upper echelon of seating. Welcome to Thrones of the Home.

Living in a Material World

Materials play an important role not just in how homes look, but how they feel.

Kitchen Talk: Jos Grootscholten

What makes a good cook? What inspires a master chef? Running a professional kitchen is often considered to be one of the most stressful jobs in the world. At the same time, great chefs have so much obvious fun, enthusiasm ...

Kitchen Talk: Sophia Rudolph

What makes a good cook? What inspires a master chef? Running a professional kitchen is often considered to be one of the most stressful jobs in the world. At the same time, great chefs have so much obvious fun, enthusiasm ...

Designer Kitchenware

Kitchenware doesn’t have to stop at functional. It can be sculptural, unconventional and inspirational.

The art of decluttering.

When it comes to objects in your home, less could definitely be more. This is because less to clean, less to organise and less things getting in the way can leads to being more organised, having more time, of course, more ...

The most romantic hotels in the world

Paris. London. New York. They’re all places which look romantic in the movies, but where should you look to make your Valentine’s Day one to remember?

Now and then. How technology has changed… Agriculture.

The world’s population is ever creeping towards the staggering 9 billion mark. And as the number of people grows, so does the number of mouths that need to be fed by farmers.

Now and then. How technology has changed… Cooking.

It’s safe to say that over the past 15 to 20 years, technology has transformed how we live. And the way we cook is no exception.

Now and then. How technology has changed… Learning.

The classrooms of today and the ways children learn have been transformed by technology.

Now and then. How technology has changed… Advertising.

What does the future hold for advertising?

How technology connects us to family life.

Technology in a range of different guises is being developed to help today’s family.

How technology connects us to places.

What does the future hold for transport?

Hack Your Way to Good Health

Here are four ways to hack your way to good health.

Enjoy a Seamless Life with Siemens Home Connect

Here are five ways in which Siemens home appliances help aid a smoother life.

The art of communication

Languages are hugely important to our cultural identities, but where do they come from?

24 Hours in… Glasgow

Famed for Art Nouveau architecture, 18th century shipbuilding and, of course, the notorious deep fried Mars bar, Glasgow is a city that has transformed itself in the last 50 years.

Siemens avantgarde – Meet the artists

Responding to a creative prompt, four visual artists created original work inspired by the form and function of Siemens avantgarde appliances. See how their pieces reflect an aesthetically beautiful reinvention of the ...

Siemens avantgarde – The artistic journey

Our four artists begin work on their creations inspired by the Siemens avantgarde range. Discover how they shape their visions...

Siemens avantgarde – Revealing the collection

Our four artists unveil their creations. See the finished works and discover the artists' thoughts on how Siemens avantgarde range shaped the journey...

Siemens avantgarde – Behind the scenes

Take a look behind the scenes at the journey our four artists undertook to create four stunning artworks inspired by the Siemens avantgarde range...

Connections – Strong Bonds

Connectivity does not mean that we have to live a relentless life in the fast lane. Instead, as a Futurist and two well-travelled Millennials tell us, connectivity opens opportunity, unlocks serendipity, and allows us to ...

Fusion Food: Jun Tanaka’s Rabbit Lasagne recipe

Jun Tanaka gives us a glimpse into the world of his Michelin starred restaurant with this stunning rabbit lasagna recipe...

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