This informal dining room guarantees to titivate jaded international palettes with original tried and tested dishes; Tartars to Carpaccio, Rippli mit Sauerkraut, signature freshly baked Fleischkäse (meatloaf) or the tasty Ragoûts like Pastetli (Veal sweetbreads).
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An historic institution of bohemian flair and surrealist imaginings, Zurich’s Cabaret Voltaire ensconces the art world, Dada movement and night club vibes.read more
Twisted beams frame the 14th century frescos while a curatorial catalogue of designer classics delivers a modernist influence: the Widder Hotel is where medieval heritage meets Eames and Poliakoff slumbers against thick stonewalls. This is at the heart of Old Town Zurich and has both the luxury pedigree of a small Grand Dame Hotel and the eclectic charisma of a design diva.read more
Medieval foundations, original beams, stucco ceilings and state of the art interior design make these luxurious holiday-stay apartments home in historic Zurich, overlooking Rennweg and the famous Lindenhof.read more
Food writer Meredith Erickson has travelled the wintry peaks and picturesque trails of the alpine region of France, Italy, Switzerland and Austria to source the most delicious dishes.read more
There couldn’t be a bigger contrast between the FIFA World Headquarters and Widder Hotel, both located in Zürich, both a design concept by Swiss architect Tilla Theus.read more
Luxury fashion house Bally started life in a small Swiss village before becoming an international design giant - not bad for a former elastic factory.read more
Discover the rural side of Mallorca in style – book a stay a the boutique Son Brull Hotel and combine with a tour a bodega built into an old stone quarry in the Tramuntana mountains experts Mimo Mallorca for an holiday experience of combo; countryside and style.read more
The worlds most beautiful Police Station? Referred to locally as the ‘Blüemlihalle’, or hall of little flowers’ Amtshaus in Zurich is by artist Augusto Giacometti.read more
Hieronymus is a luxury Swiss stationer that treats its letter-printed cards, hand-bound notebooks, bespoke business cards, leather bags and everything stationery-related as precious products.read more
This summer sees the re-opening of the Pavilion Le Corbusier. Located in Zurich, architects Silvio Schmed and Arthur Rüegg took on the restoration of this iconic structure which pays homage to an architect who was the forerunner of urban design, a pioneer of sustainability, and a leader of modernism.read more
Serving food, ale and wines since 1350 - this foodie legend in Salzburg, Austria is all about the provenance of good simple food, prepared with passion – Arthotel Blaue Gans (Blue Goose).read more
Imagine a design trade show where you can meet the designers in person and buy their products on the spot. Better yet, imagine a design tradeshow that takes place at a carefully selected central location that reflects the design culture of the city, far from soulless trade halls.read more