Local means global

Slow Fashion is gaining adepts at such a pace that all on its own it has been transformed into a trending movement that is winning hearts and customers

Eduard Crespo

Fleca Balmes

Eastern fascination

Why did you leave Catalonia?I moved to Beijing because of a good career opportunity. I had always wanted to work abroad, so I applied for the ad for teachers that the Insitut Ramon Llull published a couple...

Manel Marcè

Artisan cheesemaker

A unique city

Why did you leave Catalonia?I wanted to study Fine Art and the art academy in Amsterdam was more interesting for me. I looked at the possibilities of studying in Catalonia and the possibilities in The...

Anna Danés
Zagreb

The secret city

Why did you leave Catalonia?Love, I left Catalonia more than 10 years ago and moved to Fargo, USA where my boyfriend was studying.Why did you choose Croatia?We were looking for a place to live. We looked...

Marcela Topor
from the editor
Marcela Topor

Catching up with slow fashion

Neil Stokes
THE LAST WORD
Neil Stokes

What do you want to be?

Martin Kirby
HEADING FOR THE HILLS
Martin Kirby

Homage to the Priorat

Matthew Tree
Long-term resident
Matthew Tree

First sight

[NO TENIM FOTO]
random thoughts. terry parris
Terry Parris

The darling buds of May

[NO TENIM FOTO]
viewpoint. brett hetherington
Brett Hetherington

Democracy and other duds

“Threat to coexistence”

energy

OPEC extends cuts to oil supply by nine months

transport

Millo forced to increase number of airport agents

The Spanish government delegate to Catalonia, Enric Millo, yesterday admitted that measures to strengthen police presence at El Prat airport to cope with queues at passport controls were insufficient and...

Eduard Crespo

Dolors Sans

Manel Marcè

Eastern fascination

Bremen, full of surprises

The melting pot

Local means global

Joan Guasch

Are robots harmless?

Digital talent wanted

Laia Costa

'I follow my instincts'

Carme Pigem, Rafel Aranda & Ramon Villata

Design doyens

teresa rosell

The purifying function of writing

Spirit of resistance

Marooned in a small grey country

Books of the month recommended by linguae

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through la Terra del Cava

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through Empordà

In the morning:Vinyes d'Olivardots (Capmany / Alt Empordà)On gresa soil, in the middle of rolling hills, Vinyes d'Oivardots was born. Carme Casacuberta, an oenologist, and her husband Antoni Pena, an...

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through Terra Alta

THE YOUTUBE phenomenom

Profession: YouTuber

Futuroscope.  Foto:ARCHIVE

Step into the future

Tesla's Model 3  Foto:EFE
article of the month

The mother of all inventions

Girona, March 2016

Holy Week

catalonia, october
Photo: MANEL LLADO

Mad about mushrooms

Ville d'Angers, 2014 Foto:Thierry Bonnet
Ville d'Angers, 2014
Photo: Thierry Bonnet

An explosion of colour

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