Reflections #7: Visiting the Wool Centre of the World and Singapore’s Street Art Scene

Reflections #7: Visiting the Wool Centre of the World and Singapore’s Street Art Scene

It's the last Sunday of March already so time for my monthly recap where I look back at what I have been up to for the last weeks. Today it's all about the cultural highlights of our recent travels through Australia, New Zealand and Singapore!

My 10 Ultimate Travel Wish List Destinations

My 10 Ultimate Travel Wish List Destinations

What does travelling mean to you? To me it's far more than going on holiday. Travelling means enrichment of my life, broadening my view of the world and knowledge of different cultures. I'm fortunate to have seen some beautiful places on our planet already, but there's always room for dreams. And my dreams include visiting these 10 bucket list destinations.

Summer Tip: Explore the English Countryside and Visit These 5 Spectacular Properties!

Summer Tip: Explore the English Countryside and Visit These 5 Spectacular Properties!

From a Tudor house with such wonky walls and roofs that it will make you laugh to a luxury hotel that is known for its past of secrets and debauchery to one of England's best house libraries: my 5 tips for grand homes in the scenic English countryside you should visit this summer!

My Favourites For 2017: Travel, Street Art, Films, Exhibitions, Books

My Favourites For 2017: Travel, Street Art, Films, Exhibitions, Books

I'm an avid list-making person, from my daily to-do lists to my weekly meal plan to lists with all the films I've watched over a year to exhibitions or concerts I've been to or the books I've read. So, of course it makes sense to finish off the year with my List of Favourite Films, Trips, Art and Books for 2017!

‘Art Can Change the World’ – In the Footsteps of Robert Rauschenberg

‘Art Can Change the World’ – In the Footsteps of Robert Rauschenberg

I am extremely fortunate and feel humbled to be writing this article from the 20-acre Florida estate of the late Robert Rauschenberg, a mercurial artist who bridged the worlds of painting, performance, sculpture, new and found media. For six decades he created wild and pioneering art up to his death in 2008. His Foundation has opened up his home and studio for artists from all over the world and from different backgrounds and I still can't believe I am one of them.