tv Euromaxx - Highlights of the Week Deutsche Welle November 11, 2018 9:30pm-10:00pm CET
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and sneak peek into a modern the last construction near zero. the weather outside is in trifle but still the fires inside are due like fall as we gear up for the christmas season now it is that time of year when we bring out the ornaments to spruce up our homes well of course tastes change in home decoration all the time so the interior decor industry comes up with new ideas every year we thought we would head over to london to find out what's fashionable this christmas . christmas is calling in london's oxford street is decked out in its famous seasonal decorations. so what are this year's trends an abundance of glitter and glamour will certainly
get us into the festive spirit. and seasonal rock'n'roll is all the rage this year. but just for us the show is all about rock n roll so it's all about. the topic it's all about. your friends who really enjoy the different textures of the materials of rock n roll and how much they. didn't seek when christmas stocking certainly spice things up. silver gold and black are the colors of choice this season. the litter go lower. and you could even get a tiny fruits to adorn your christmas tree. when choosing the right for rock n roll christmas. i think for many many years we've all been a bit afraid of going for. the ca with require all the time to do it
so feel free to embrace your inner rock and roller and decorate your tree accordingly. what else how about some fabulous food themed christmas decorations. this christmas i think we're really excited about a food trend that we've seen and that brings a sense of place to the christmas tree so we have things like cool and some bagels so. now we see no such trends across food for several years in the u.k. market this is the fast time to really decorate your tree. salt and pepper crossings toast waffles whatever takes your fancy. the colors don't matter so long as the christmas tree looks great i love the
avocado. everyone loves to avocado and i think it's a really good bunny if somebody as well it is my sparkly and would look pretty amongst all sorts of things. if i have a car goes on the tree are a bit too much for some they can go for more conventional festive ornaments if they're into glamour they might be tempted to go for the midnight elegance range of accessories. is about creating the look. at colenso finish a nice metal glass. and bringing that throughout the whole home with the table christmas tree just adding that we'll some tourists feel depressed months. gold and blue glass will make the dinner table look particularly attractive . the decorations on oxford street are of course completely up to the minute it's
a perfect winter wonderland featuring some two thousand bottles. but isn't it a bit too early to be switching on the christmas lights is a little early but a paper has a good why it was christmas so. i think you think that the problem this time of the year brings everyone together and i think and it's just a little fuller to write and they have their heart in the christmas spirit and remind them that christmas is coming to see the faces of them look at their life starting on started kind of good for them and the earlier christmas calls the longer people can enjoy the decorations. and the ski season has kicked off here in europe one of the most famous ski resorts is the area around sar much in switzerland the village is located at the foot of the famous matter horn mt now for years some of us not just been
a magnet for anyone who loves to ski but also for those who don't really have to worry about money and now the resort has yet another reason to visit a matter horn glacier ride it was designed by pinning for arena you may know the company for its design of ferrari cars their own max went to sam ash for a unique ride up the mountain. this cable car at the foot of the massive hole in the office panoramic views of the swiss alps. several cabins a decorated with crystals on the outside as well as on the inside when a cabin reaches a height of one hundred seventy meters it's floor turns transparent offering views of the place she is below the back using damage at last she turns the schools from
milky white to see three in second. i mean i. can describe. it to the. super it's super a fantastic idea something new. good group. so much a hard place here right is europe's highest and probably most like surely is cable car. over forty five million euro is went into the project. from my point of view it's like staging a train ride example it's the family of a crystal cabin designed by pininfarina. and then with crystal and outside inside the glass floor that. the cabins were designed by power no pininfarina a member of the legendary italian designer she wanted this project to set new
standards in mobility. people say wow because there's something that they would not expect to live with for. that. i think that it's demonstration that. it. hopes to create design history with the cabin. only. but actually we we made some designs before this in the fifty's that the became pieces. after fifty or sixty years the museum of the company's headquarters in turin presents some of the most legendary sports car seat automotive history all designed by painting fair enough paolo pininfarina applied some of the same principles he used to design his ferrari's to create the capital.
refinement of this dispute these service is the same the work. naturally this ferarri cable car needed a very special couch. with this elaborate glass structure. architect to an even created just the right atmosphere for pinning trotty those cabins in the. owners didn't want the stations to be just industrial buildings. we wanted them to be attractive and inviting. that the ride actually begins as soon as people enter the station. is. but it took two and a half years of hard work before the first ride could begin at an elevation of close to four thousand meters snow storms can take place all year round on
temperatures of minus thirty degrees celsius aren't uncommon but all the hard work has paid off the cable car begins regular operations this winter. like appreciate one thing above all. how incredibly memorable nature can be when you're not all crowded together. it's like taking a round trip in a helicopter and floating above mountains and glaciers the. tourists also get to experience the mountains in a completely new way to be in this and to actually enjoy seeing the glaciers see. these amazing alps. is a shock but this is spectacular as the feeling of absolute freedom of paradise just. now people can get a new perspective on one of the world's most famous mountains there's never been
a more relaxing way to enjoy the rocket. of the alps. next up we head to france now i recently visited the city of p.v. in the southwestern part of the country and i must say that i was pleasantly surprised this is a young and vibrant place now it has several universities both major museum and is a popular destination for wine lovers plus it is right on the mediterranean sea so in my opinion won't be a should definitely be put on your bucket list of travel destinations. ok the a is a fast growing city located in the south of france it dates back to roman times but today it's home to several high tech startup companies and has a vibrant student community tourists come here for the wine culture and climate our
tour today begins on the city's main square. here right now. when everyone comes. to see if these beautiful square with the opera house and the fountain of the free graces it's very known because on the square we have many coffees and also come from here so that's a very interesting place. another interesting place is the to which visitors can climb for great views of the city as a professional guide bruno's mom p.t.a.'s best sites even when time is limited. in forty eight hours you can join. but of course i would say the free miss would be the markets we have the market of the opposite which is very interesting and also we have the museum of which is one of the main museums that we have. and classic
paintings and of course. i would say the white of course the white industry is very present and we have many chateaus in which we can display. we follow bruno's first tip and visit the market located on of the eighteenth century. only open on tuesdays and saturdays it offers french delicacies including cheese and wine from the region the city's old town it's a short walk from the market here st peter's cathedral and mon p.s. famous medical school share a fourteenth century building. this part of the city is made up of dozens of narrow alleyways and carefully restored buildings. so the streets. so there in years olds and that they're interesting because that narrow medieval and inside of it what days you have it at a few shops and craftsmen to work in shops like this one used to be used as a staple for horses and this bakery has customers lining up all day long on fresh
baked goods are just one reason this place is so popular. again these days a t.v. show in france called the best day korean friends and this takes the one that title and twenty fifteen so that made us famous plus we bake bread and enough and that's more than two hundred years old next to a follow bruno second tip and head to the fabric museum like most places in it is easily reached by foot the museum was established in eight hundred twenty five and houses a very diverse collection spanning several centuries to the modern day. the collection is very specific because it has been given by some artists who are from from this city and some collectors from the city for instance we have a very big run the songs collection which was given by the founder of the museum. who was a neo classic artist
a pupil of the. classic master of friends we also have a big collection of stuff called big you have one canvas behind me. we also have a very important collection of contemporary paintings by. who studied in. another must see on our list is chateau flo jacques it's a chateau in vineyard dating back ten generations is still a family run business current code on our piazza called their helps run it gives tours and offers wine classes detailing the very discreet varieties found here. but the most. premiss of the biggest part of the prediction is the red one we have to see that we have the biggest idiots all over are false and also all over the world it's also an historical the news was created by the roman so we have a long history. after
a day of sightseeing and wine tasting visitors can head to the beach. is located just ten kilometers from the mediterranean coast seaside restaurants are popular with both residents to tourists unlike. sun sea culture and wine on the french mediterranean p.v.a. is an all in one destination for travelers in france. it certainly is all right now euro max is very active on social media and facebook is just one platform where you can find out more about the program here is what you'll find there. want to know more about european lifestyle and culture visit euro max on facebook. you'll find highlights from our programs. three hundred sixty degree videos of the most beautiful places in europe and snapshots taken by our reporters take an exclusive look behind the scenes at how the program
is produced and follow us on facebook life. we love it when fans visit our facebook page and give us their feedback visit d.w. euro max on facebook. time now for a sneak peek into someone's humble abode in one swiss architect boris egli chose a building plot for his home was too small for what he had in mind so we had to be creative the result is an award winning not to mention innovative dwelling. like a giant crystal this house reaches into the sky fifty eight windows make up the outer wall. swiss architect. built his family home on the outskirts of pyrrhic on the slopes of a former vineyard. welcome to the true berlin's yuri. is swiss german for great as he was designing his house drew inspiration from the
surroundings. this property used to be a vineyard there are still loads of great vines behind the house fence the windows are attached to the supporting structure like grapes to a stand. on the platforms branch out of the main middle wall yes just like the trunk of a vine. there was no space for one continuous stairwell and the rooms are not arranged into typical floors instead they are joined by individual staircases and platforms. to get a building permit he had to be creative when plotting the floor plan. was staying within property lines with just two hundred ninety one square meters
the property is small to begin with subtract the border limit clarence and you're left with five times nine metres. picture designing a house just five steps wide and nine steps long it's impossible. in the end he managed to create roughly a hundred thirty square metres of living space inside it's back to basics and ceilings are made a fair faced concrete wall furniture at splashes of color the glass facade makes the rooms appear larger. on the concrete core provide structure. in my experience when you have a lot of us it's important to have a strong back to provide a sense of security if you have glass on both sides it's like you're lost in a sort of limbo here you have a backyard and then you have a fantastic view this lens the room a feeling of peace and car. each
pack for office morrison has two children little havens for retreat none of the living spaces is larger than fifty square meters every centimeter is put to good use. decreased dish that came with a building concept like this its greatest strength is also its greatest weakness that means the way the concrete has been pulled from the way it has set and is carrying the structure can no longer be altered you can't take anything out anymore if you did the whole house would collapse we stayed nice architectural office l three p one multiple awards for this design it took construction period of two and a half years to realize his dream home. movies and houses in this house everything is radically and fundamentally reduce to the back concrete structure that's what i
like the most all those other things you do with the house i'm not necessary here. you can read just self of all of that really doesn't take much in this but ok sure . there are no stones to be thrown in this glass house with his great fine design. has not only created a unique home for his family he has also placed it on a property that was once considered impossible to build on. and time now for a bite to eat for that we head to the romanian city of sydney you in the region known as transylvania now you may know it of course for being home to dracula's castle but since the twelfth century it's also been home to a german speaking minority in two thousand and seven seaview was a european capital of culture something that has had a lasting effect on the local cultural scene but that doesn't just mean theatre and
music foodies can also find something to whet their appetite swith such as scrumptious cabbage rolls. the city of scipio dates back more than eight hundred years it's time to romanians ethnic germans and tongue carians that makes is also reflected in the local cuisine. chef johann ironic this is a fama smocked insignia to buy the ingredients for his favorite dish stuffed cabbage leaves with polenta peanuts white cabbage fresh time don't get this and tomatoes the other this issue in a modified this is a great market it's been here for about forty years the sellers grow everything themselves and their own garden it's all organic. why buy everything here coffin before you. go on our own is the head chef at the come our boys really restaurant is proud of the old style pantry it's reminiscent of an era when refrigerators were
not widely available. his cabbage dish is especially popular here. the cabbage has been prepared in romanian style marinated for three months in a mixture of water and vinegar together with deal and horseradish. for the filling he mixes toppled rice with ground pork and fat and then seasons it with salt pepper paprika and time. now to back me and then we roll it up so it's packed in nicely. using his grandmother's recipe on our own places the cabbage rolls in an earthenware pot sandwiched between layers of chopped white cabbage. for the cabbage rolls and i will do the knuckle of your pork. it's already been smoked.
in the center and now the rest of the chopped cabbage will make a lid on it. the fresh time and tomatoes are placed on top of. the. now we put the. and will work for two or three hours for decor. it's a meal that suits the rustic surroundings bales of straw decorate the restaurant it's all designed to give international guests a sense of life in rule romania. and our carriage leaves are ready monied take them out now the guests of iran at. you know. the juices from the cabbage make the dish lovely and moist. and the knuckle of talk turns it into
a hockey meal. the dish is served with plenty which is used for many dishes in romania. the cabbage leaves one of the most popular dishes a. few on our own recommends a glass of white wine from romania's black sea region to go with the meal. and with that we are out of another week of euro max as always for me and the end tire crew here in berlin thanks for watching for see again next week.
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