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vitra: pure design.

store opening

vitra & artek @ bikini berlin

At the beginning of April a new shopping mall opened its doors with a fresh, creative and inspiring concept: The Bikini Berlin. Combining the Berlin easiness and casualty with style and fashion, it creates a whole new shopping experience in an surrounding where architectural thinking is on a new and high level. One store caught most of my attention: vitra&artek.

vitra creates interior, furniture and accessories that inspire while guaranteeing high quality, reanimating classical designs and having a cosy “at-home-atmosphere”. 

vitra haus

The Vitra Haus

Back in Switzerland for a couple of days, I visited the vitra Haus, which is close to the border of Switzerland in Weil am Rhein. The vitra Haus is a huge playground to try every vitra product you want in a real-life and cosy atmosphere. You can see, touch and experience every pice of furniture from the vitra collection.


create beauty

Next to the vitra museum is the production area with amazing architecture by famous designers. Vitra is consequent in its idea of design since every building was created by one of their furniture designers. My favorite building is the fire station built by Zara Hadid. It is functional and shows Zaras architectural footprint at the same time.

zara hadid

fire station on the vitra campus by zara hadid

Your interior design dreams definitely become true with the vitra products. I love the chairs, the classical designs and the pure concept.

vitra Haus

interior ideas


vitra chairs

Visiting the vitra area is a cool experience but as I said, you can also buy the products in Berlin. 🙂

Bikini Berlin

Bikini Berlin


From Giverny with love.


While living in Paris I travelled around France. And in those trips I found my little piece of heaven in this world.

But it is not a new discover place. It was where Claude Monet created most of his greatest works….. Giverny.

If you’ve never been I suggest to you to put it in your bucketlist of places to see. Believe me you won’t regret it.

I have admire Monet for a long time and living in paris just intensified that love and respect for the artist. The colors, the way he capture the light and the scenarios. I know nothing about art, I just know what I like and don’t like. Pretty basic stuff, but you don’t need to know anything to admire beauty.

And Giverny is just a place so beautiful I can not find words to describe it.

I went on the train to Vernon that is the town near by. When I got there I was supposed to take a shuttle that took you to Giverny , but instead I decided to walk. The day could not be more magnificent, not a cloud in the sky. I started walking through the little town of Vernon. So beautiful, the little cobble streets, the shops and houses. I arrived at the Notre Damm church of Vernon that Monet had painted in several occasions, of course no comparison to the Notre Damm of Paris.It was very charming and small, and exactly as his paintings.

I crossed the bridge to what appears to be the next town neighbour, following the signs to Giverny. It was a 7 km walk, but believe me it was worth it!

The road is long and really not much to see for some km, but then you find some little golden pebbles. Some cute houses in the middle of nowhere, so peaceful and quite.

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Once  I arrived at the house of Monet I went in. So bright and colorful, and yet so simple. It was so exiting to see the house , and replicas of some of his paintings. Then there were the gardens so perfectly preserved, with such a big effort from the gardeners. But he main attraction will leave you breathless.

You go though some underground stairs, and come out on another side. You find yourself in front of a little stream and some bamboo …. and in less than one minute following that stream I found myself staring at that famous green bridge.

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I could go on and on about  the place. But all I will say is that is spent 3 hours there!!

The truth is this is a place that is worth seeing not reading about!!

I will leave you with this picture of the place… and no it has no filters what so ever, is a 100 percent natural.



Just Paris…

If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man (or woman), then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.

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– Ernest Hemingway.