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by Markus FrenzlIn the wake of the enthusiasm for cooking, or so many trend gurus have long been prophesying, it's now the garden's day. But it's not just the trend-conscious urbanites who are discovering allotment gardens anew, and not just guerilla gardening and self-supply that are blossoming again – the garden promises veritably paradisiacal states.
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by Dimitrios TsatsasCrisis or no crisis, Greece's landscapes not only enchant the locals, but countless tourists, too. Yet there is more to the country than beautiful beaches and olive groves. Have you ever counted the Monobloc chairs on your vacation snaps?
Nature and computers appear to have little in common. If you believe that, you should take a look in the App Store. These days, a veritable cornucopia is available for hikers and bikers.
Milan’s Salone del Mobile is like a window on the future. A first glance reveals: Plants are moving back indoors, while furniture is stepping out for some fresh air.
“Urban farming” takes many shapes – in America’s shrinking cities the new trend toward self-providers shows just how obvious visionary town planning can be.
Year after year in spring, nature develops new energy, and consequently we prefer sitting outdoors. Many furniture manufacturers do not want to miss out on this and are increasingly offering products that are at once homely and weatherproof. Is it now the case that we like outdoor products indoors?