tv Euromaxx - Highlights of the Week Deutsche Welle April 1, 2018 12:30am-1:01am CEST
enter the conflict zone confronting the powerful lobby challenging those in power asking tough questions demanding answers. as conflicts intensify i'll be meeting with key players on the ground in the sense of. cutting through the rhetoric holding the possible cause of the conflict so. conflicts on the front of the powerful on the d.w.i. . i want to welcome to our highlights edition with the best picks of the week i'm your host meghan lee and here's a look at what's coming up. light and supple erroll dancer counter reno
soda to performs in the breathtaking setting. patterns and colors the latest trends in spring transition are out. memorable and unique and seventy five architect mario portis designs are still impressive. when it comes to extreme sports perhaps skydiving or phrase dowse skiing come to mind but acrobatics can also fit into this category especially when catcher arena sold a two from greece does it now this aerial dancer takes her skills to newer and higher heights every time she goes out performing for her there is no need for a circus venue when a bridge or crane or high wire across a valley will do the trick. aerial dance greek aerial acrobat country missile dock two performs her
choreographed pieces at dizzying heights and with spectacular backdrops. that's it wonderful way of expressing your emotions so modern arial down say like also me you're free you dance in the air it's magic she records the magic in elaborate video clips and posts them on her website greece has sold its devoted to promoting the beauty and history of greece and for that she has suspended her sixteen metre long silk in places like the corinth canal. the cliffs of matteo rock. and the island of santorini the idea of staging her aerial tricks outdoors came to her by chance. while i was on vacation with a sailing boat i decided that it would be nice to try to do some aerial silks some aerial dance from a sailing boat so that was the first thing the first thing i tried something out
those with my silks. to studied modern dance now she combines it with acrobatics. in twenty thirteen her dance school beyond aerial opened at the olympic aquatic center in athens while swimmers plough through the water below she gives lessons beneath the roof and every day she rehearses her routines here. but there's one thing she can't prepare for inside. if you're in the area have a lie you have no weather condition if you're out. on a bridge how you're from a grades or a board or i don't know the difficult thing is that you have to be in control over many many things. it can sometimes be dangerous
together with her team of six professional climbers and camera operators catarina searches for the perfect locations each performance is precisely planned for weeks even months extreme athletes body else is responsible for making the video. there have been times that there was quite silencing not from the aspect of filming but you have as well to help pick up there in on the teamwork we always collaborate on to help each other with. one of the most spectacular endeavors took place in twenty seventeen over the vico scorch in northern greece plunging as much as one thousand meters down it's one of the deepest canyons in the world. just as catarina had got into position she was
surprised by a strong wind it was like the silt all the way up six they meet their silks it's a difficult situation because they're heavy and they're strong and i felt my legs are going to come off. she managed not to panic. she regained control of the silk and her team helped pull her back to the cliff. for katherine russell doxil and her team the greece has so project is a labor of love it's not supported by sponsors. or tourism bourne's at least not yet but the stunning stunts have attracted international attention and contra reno has a lonely list of must see places in greece where she'd like to perform. i would love to go the highest point in greece which is the olympus mountain with really enjoyed
going to crete and to some of facts. so she intends to continue her aerial dancing and atmospheric waning of french an awareness of greece's history and natural beauty. made in italy is a trusted phrase in fashion food and home decoration and perhaps because of the made in italy label customers may be more willing to pay a bit more for a funky lighting fixture with a monkey attached to it or lamps made in the shape of gold but now all the a time company celebrity has specialized in playful home furnishings since the one nine hundred sixty s. and may not be to everyone's taste but there is no denying the creativity behind the ideas we visited the company's creative director to see how the levee products reflect today's culture and lifestyle. the sofas the bun the roll is
a hotdog the cushions are tomato and cucumber slices stefano selectee loves little provocations fast food furniture and animal lamps made his company's name is objects are right loud and garish but then he doesn't take himself all that seriously. he and his wife adriano like to decorate their own home with products from stefanos company. called on the queen the most of the truck and i love my work so well so long. all the things we make. they're my passion they don't know what i like surrounding myself with them is that a shit on the out when i'm a rug go play to spanish for them i can hardly wait to try to help at home. stefano selectee lives in this farmhouse in the countryside of the whole basin near
parma. he bought it twenty years ago and has decorated it in his personal style. the living room centerpiece is the selectee phone rug but not everything here is from his company. who like to mix things like this sofa buy more also with our own photo print pillows to fall something on one color combined with the strong images which i like the so-called mistakes and the not so perfect combination i don't know must be i mean. not far from his home is the company headquarters with a large show room for iconic selectee designs. the hot dog so first. and the burger chair. the banana lymph originally an expensive art objects cast in bronze is now made of
synthetic prison and retails for two hundred twenty nine euros. the best seller is the monkey lamp designed by italian artist marcantonio. it's an object with a personality it keeps us company and it's decorative it makes us smile and expresses our desire for joy and being carefree. this alleged company's beginnings were a bit more humble stefanos father romano began importing basic housewares from china in the one nine hundred sixty s. stefano joined the family business after finishing high school and quickly developed his own ideas. he wanted to replace the high. yes whereas with amusing it on usual decorative objects. nearly all of it is still made in china though now forty seven years old stefano doesn't create the designs himself that works closely with fairies for fictional designers and artists of. this do they cover features dollar bills with his face on them an idea from his friend money to learn.
this sending animals cabinet off or storage space and as a tribute to the one time farmhouse as is the plastic tablecloth in the kitchen another designed icons on. solidity knows there's a thin line between arts and. kind of a sandwich i think we're good at not drifting over into excessive kitsch or if we managed to stay on that for the inboard a lot of the monkey land left the monkey for instance at the has been copied countless times but none of the knockoffs has the artistic culture you can see right away that they're not they look like gadgets. this conservatory with open fireplace and company sofas strewn with pillows is the only addition he made to the old farmhouse sometimes stefano selectee can't find any space for a new collector's item so it gets stored here in the laundry room his own personal
cabinet of curiosities. the weather is still winter here in europe but the shop windows are already filled with the latest designs for a warmer season we were met up with a fashion expert to find out what's in first spring and if you're lucky it may already be sitting in your closet. spring twenty eighteen is going to be while every rule can be broken especially when it comes to combining. fashion journalist zuckerberg has been in the business for twelve years. with. help of a model in just a little fashion clinic shop she explains what to expect from the designers spring and summer collection. and i'm a major focus in fashion right now is actually daring to break rules combining what
seems on combine a book because you can do that really nicely with materials and patterns in the info like in this case an abstract floral print is combined with stripes under stripes or picked up again on our shoes while the foreign motif shows up again on the pant. another trend wearing many layers one on top of the other ideally oversized. i mean you have to be a little careful about the silhouette so that it looks good as a whole with a blouse company too long in the sweater should be too short you have to achieve a certain harmony. in terms of color palette the spring collection could hardly be more fresh almost all designers off favoring delicate tones that can be easily combined. on the one hand you've got the plaster walls very powdery tones but on the other you have see the glaring hole that is that against those times and. what's new is that these glaring colors can now also be worn
together. as a compliment half obviously ten years ago or the complimentary colors like purple and orange could be combined now they can the louder the crazier the better that's a motif we're seeing among whites. and another trend that was long scoffed at is making a comeback double denim right now almost anything goes when wearing dennis dennis. across all the silhouette c.c. pieces of denim that can be combined even of different washes dark with light. come in yet. right now we're also seeing a lot of denim patchwork all. patchwork and unknown here different pieces are put together to make one pair of trousers. and the ninety's are back expect leotards and bathing suits with high cut legs. so
feel free to go out in a shiny tracksuit you can spot this trend in shop windows of stores like media does a little city center here the designer clothes on sale of pretty daring the ninety's influence is apparent in the transparent sympathetic fabrics and flip flops. the war we are the experimentation with logos to the trend of the one thousand nine hundred schools for the now the biggest of the grand scale that they are hiding them anymore but boldly putting them right out there allan when i'm not taking it all for granted not now showing way that most of confidently. yeah i have a few that's less than the. spring is also bringing something for those who prefer design classics the trenchcoat is the one hundred year old classic getting a make over. ten thousand classic
the trench coat is a classic and now they have reinterpreted it with far more volume so that's the nice styling idea but a trench coat is always a good investment it's one of my favorite pieces of clothing you should always have one in the closet like one of the envelopes hung. next to trench coats you'll also be seeing these transparent rain clouds and at the very least those will keep you dry and fashionable this spring in europe. so it's architect mario style is marked by geometric lines light and shadows now most of his signature works are located in his native switzerland among them churches and chapels where the star architect will soon be marking a milestone birthday so for the occasion that cause a risk a museum in locarno is hosting an exhibition on his works.
believe it or not this is a church and chapel of santa maria de yon journey into chino. the architect is mario botha. a sixty five metre viaducts leads to the round chapel a building that resembles an ancient amphitheater. just as unusual as the church of sun voto interior italy. and the chapel of every near paris. and overview of boxes designs is currently on exhibit in locarno switzerland. the architecture itself speaks to us through its silence the sacred spaces of silence have a very expressive power a little fold is but
a see. they embody the idea of gravity. the idea of transition and these are the very principles of architecture to keep us they swear that fucked up to go and. this is how we normally imagine churches the madonna discussed so in look on. his home city of to chino sacred symbols are everywhere the same goes for the valley mud north of lake majority. but in the mountain village of morn you mahdi go back to change the landscape in the ninety's an avalanche had buried the town in one thousand nine hundred six. designed to. remembrance called the chapel of sun giovanni but east. architects giovan luigi dot seo was psych manager then. we owe a lot to mario both because he has
a rich poor area with his projects who are the author of all of this has become not only a landmark but also an expression of willpower generosity and passion that come into the path you own and. the church has a decorative chessboard pattern and is a site for visitors from far beyond the reach and. the marble in granite came from nearby pitch valley. a few that they seem pretty nearly mean to the architecture is always in dialogue with the landscape but with the surroundings. architecture is never also referential but you sculpture. it belongs to the geographical location as well as to the culture and history only the place when you all go. with light sails like half dome see created a wellness oasis in the rosa switzerland. the mountain restaurant fiona di pietro
or stone flower was opened in two thousand and seventeen on loan to general in switzerland. the facade with its seven towers was both lea built on a slope. but he has also left his mark on cities as here with the museum of modern art in san francisco. switching between secular and sacred buildings is not a problem for the architect he sees himself as a mediator another example is the construction of the chamber least a synagogue in tel aviv which opened in one nine hundred ninety eight. and then there is. you know it's interesting because it's a university campus is intended for a lay i'm not religious student. just been the really juicy the the late we were afraid that the faithful were dominant. so i
designed big rooms do we. do it isn't it god to pray in. the conference room as a place for discussion but again that you have to declare my part of the. today mario boater is working on more sacred buildings including a mosque in china on the border with mongolia and a christian church in south korea your soul. always. put it's good to work in grand the privilege of privilege especially in this time of globalization to be anticipating drugs so that people can express their spiritual know. the best respond. to the wall. at seventy five mario but is far from putting his design
plans to rest. next up an artist who has an incredible memory and eye for detail now many artists set up their easels in front of the senior scenery that they're about to paint and they spend hours studying the landscape but stephen welsh our works in a different way he only needs one look from a high vantage point in order to draw something completely from memory and for him it's skylines we traveled to london to see how he does it. detailed and intriguing images of cityscapes from around the world have made stephen welsh a famous internationally. the
selection of his work is on sale at his london gallery. a drawing by stephen can cost anything between one thousand seven hundred and two hundred thousand euros. really satisfied from where my work is. going to do it we're going to do it my way. steven bolton is a born and bred london now and the city is a constant source of inspiration to him. he sometimes takes photos of views that speak to him but he draws in pains from memory. it's just so beautiful there are so i can see dia the london eye and. the half of that county hall. hungerford sort of bridge and a bit of a vehicle rolls for. back in his studio with a view still fresh in his mind stephen will tell begins join westminster bridge.
the love to work another memorize it. hard work and love my job sometimes a. quick sketch of it and much for for a natural. but not going to be a detail this time it's. for a bit of a quick sketch. a quickie sketch that is a. stunning shingly detailed a true to life snapshot of the world as the are to see set i think the important stuff in stuff. to concentrate. really. memorized by my mind. stephen not sure was diagnosed with autism when he was three he began drawing when
he was fine his talent was immediately obvious he won a series of odd competitions went on to graduate from on school and is now a celebrated artist and draftsman with an international reputation. i think i might get but said drawing from like. to do it must. do the best level of a stop. stephen wilson often takes helicopter trips over cities storing what he sees in his memory and place a recreating the view in the form of gigantic panoramas. here in mexico city he spent several days on a panorama of the city where king in full view of the public. around one hundred thousand people came to watch meanwhile his with all over the world. new york is not best. place.
to buy singapore hong kong and. tokyo. plenty lots of places. are almost. this summit stephen wiltshire will be visiting los angeles. to cross off his list. i went back and we wrapped up a nother week of euro max don't forget the friend us on facebook or check out our website for more on the program as always thanks for tuning in and we will see you again soon.
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