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With our golden cover, we not only get in the mood for autumn, we also symbolize the many golden moments that we have been able to experience in the past few months.

STRATEGIC AND SPONTANEOUS

Our pop-up shop window on Goethestrasse was definitely a highlight. A selection of our covers was emblazoned where fine bags and couture will soon be presented. We were Talk of the Town ... The best thing about this golden moment was that so many people were happy with us. Even if it was only a short rendezvous on Frankfurt's luxury mile. Ultimately, it is the encouragement of our readers that drives us on again and again. And so there is a lot of imagination, courage, devotion and love in this issue of THE FRANKFURTER. Hopefully we have managed to make new golden moments selectable and tangible.

With our golden glowing cover we're not only getting in the mood for autumn, we're also symbolizing the many golden moments we've been lucky to experience in the last few months. One highlight was, for sure, our highly praised pop-up shop window on Goethestrasse that exhibited a selection of our covers where elegant bags and couture will soon be on offer. We were the talk of the town! The best thing about this golden moment was that so many people joined us in our celebration of it - even if it was merely a matter of a brief rendezvous on Frankfurt's luxury mile. Ultimately, it's our readers' encouragement that drives us forward again and again. And so, in this issue of THE FRANKFURTER, you'll find a lot of imagination, courage, dedication and love. We hope that we've managed to make new golden moments worth reading about and experiencing ...

www.spielbank-bad-homburg.de Christian Mook, editor

Robin Zabler, publisher

Natalie Rosini, editor-in-chief

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HOME 026 No business as usual 036 Montanini thinks 038 Home Story 050 Bedtime Stories

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FOOD 126 Viva la Grappa!

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Inspired by our fashion editorial team, who already collected the most beautiful must-haves for autumn in the middle of summer, the idea for our cover look was born. We wanted to capture the mood of the Indian Summer, the glow of the leaves, the shimmer that the setting sun gives everything when the days get shorter. And again we were able to realize our ideas thanks to a wonderful team and great supporters, whom we would like to thank again at this point.

Photos:

Stefano Granata, Momenti Studio GbR

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Marisa S., East West Models

Story / Concept:

Natalie Rosini, Stefano Granata

Hair & Make-up:

Carolin Müller, Jasmin Nunes Altendorf, Famous Face Academy

Styling:

Inspired by our fashion editors, who have already collected the most beautiful must-haves for autumn in the middle of summer, the idea for our cover look was born. We wanted to capture the atmosphere of the Indian summer, the glow of the leaves, the shimmer of the setting sun when the days get shorter. And again we were able to realize our ideas thanks to a wonderful team and great supporters, whom we would like to thank once again.

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Albrecht Ollendiek for the specially created outfit made of python leather jacket, wool coat + skirt and leather gloves


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THE FRANKFURTER Release @ Zenzakan Sexy cover, sexy guests, sexy location: the premiere of our summer edition was once again a feast for all the senses. Over cool drinks and funky finger food, people read, laughed and socialized in the Zenzakan and on the terrace.

A sexy cover page, sexy guests, a sexy location: the premiere of our summer issue was again a feast for all the senses. Over cool drinks and funky finger food, guests read, laughed and networked in Zenzakan and on the terrace. Nadja and Julius Leineweber (PGD Goldvertrieb)

Anne Mutschler and Christina Gerlinger

Bernhard Adler and Christa Diefenbach (DPS Personalservice) with Jürgen Zimmermann (THE FRANKFURTER)

Eden Tesfay, Yacob Asmellash, Awet Ghebreselassie

Porsche Center Frankfurt Team: Tim Bernstein, Anna Mühleck, Holger Heinze, Stipe Vidovic, Mirko Becker


Actress Sibylle Nicolai, Peter Gollais and journalist Kitti Pohl

Oliver Henrich (AIDS Hilfe Frankfurt) with Zohra Fariod, Franziska Niedermeier and Cigdem Yilmaz (all Bellari)

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The enchanting hostesses from the Envy agency

Saskia Winkelmann (PSM & W) and Marie Korbel (Sir Peter Ustinov Foundation)

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Giuseppe Castro, Christian Lehr (Hackett London), Svetlana Faber and Leonard Nenad Josipovic (Rosenpark Clinic)

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Dr. Stefan Kollmannsperger and Ali Nikzad (Strenesse)

Jens Lindner, Feres Ladjimi (Mook Group), Dr. Christoph Hegerl, Dr. Barun Sarkar, Anne Mutschler, Christina Gerlinger, Tobias Gerlinger, Dr. Farzin Nourbakhsh

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Dr. Hagen Winkelmann, Dr. Walter Leister, Claudio Montanini (Marketing Club Frankfurt)

Lutz Schenkel and Josef-Maria Krämer (both Spielbank Bad Homburg) with Oliver Munzel (All Service) and his wife Petra

Robin Zabler, Fabio Venuto, Alexander Kwapis, Stefano Granata and Natalie Rosini


Team Bulgari: Marie Stephanie Princess zur Lippe, Bernd Merges, Joanna Wiebeck, Jing Wang

Svetlana Kazantseva and Carine Landau

Sandra Lorenz (Rhein-Main TV) and Ronald Kunz

Couturier Albrecht Ollendiek and Jamal Daoud (Con Immobilia)

Artist Kristina Suvorova and Martina Metzner (THE FRANKFURTER)

Stock exchange expert Mick Knauff and DJ Sidney Späth

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Dr. Ralf Künzel and his wife Coco


Stefan Winkler, Juliette Schwartz (both Jumeirah), Max on One chef Nils Gr 체 n with his wife Lara and Ingo Schumann (KFW)

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Julia Daam and Kerstin Westerfeld (Hoffmann Consulting)


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Feres Ladjimi (Mook Group), Dr. Barun Sarkar, Dr. Farzin Nourbakhsh, Dr. Christoph Hegerl and Dr. Ronald Batze Enie van de Meiklokjes and Marcel Ostertag

FASHION WEEK @ Berlin The republic's fashionistas met again for Germany's largest fashion show, where well-known designers and many exciting newcomers brought their skills to the catwalks. Of course, there were also many fashion-brave celebrities on the red carpets and in the hippest locations in the capital.

Anna Hofbauer with sister Sissi

The fashionistas of the federal republic came together again at Germany's biggest fashion show, where famous designers and many exciting newcomers exhibited their skills on the catwalks. Of course, a lot of fashionable celebrities once again strutted on the red carpet and in the hippest locations in the capital city.

Bernd Breiter (World Club Dome) and Sidney Späth (Le Panther) singer Nova Miller

Bernd Kammerer, Sibylle Nicolai, Kitti Pohl, Hassan Annouri, Jens Prewo and Enrico Sauda

Kathrin Wächter-Diehl and Torsten Thum (both BMW Frankfurt) Show by designer duo Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh Nadja and Julius Leineweber (PGD Goldvertrieb)

Natalie Rosini and Yacob Asmellash

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Robin Zabler, cover model Kim Hnizdo, editor-in-chief Natalie Rosini and Stefano Granata

Simone and Dirk Stelzer Rebecca Mir and Massimo Sinato Show by Irene Luft

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Rolf Scheider and designer Lena Hoschek

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Prof. Dr. Hans-Michael Ockenfels and Raquel Mercedes

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Host Oliver Schwebel (Economic Development) and City Councilor Markus Frank

RECEPTION ECONOMIC FUNDING @ Frankfurt School of Finance On the new campus of the private university for the finance professionals of tomorrow, Wirtschaftsförderung welcomed makers and decision-makers from business, politics, media and sport to an annual summer get-together. Highlight: the chic roof terrace with a view over the grounds of SC 1880 and the skyline panorama.

On the new campus of the private university for the financial professionals of tomorrow, the Wirtschaftsförderung welcomed doers and decision-makers from business, politics, media and sports to its annual summer get-together. Highlight: the chic roof terrace with views over the grounds of SC 1880 and the skyline panorama. THE FRANKFURTER team Natalie Rosini and Agnes Jacobi

IHK President Mathias Müller and Exhibition Director Detlef Braun

Zafer Özcan (La Cantine), Ayten Türkmen (CEO of Ziraat Bank) and Dr. Nader Maleki (Maleki Group)


Barbara von Stechow (Union Club) and HfG President Prof. Bernd Kracke

Stefan Hauser, Maik Hoffmann, Mirco Hecker and Philipp Bierbaum

Honorary Consul Max Hunzinger and Ralf Schipper (Tempomedia)

Photos: Agnes Jacobi

Christoph Fay (Lufthansa) and PR professional Sven Müller

The World Club Dome makers Bernd and Carina Breiter with restaurateur James Ardinast

Jan Stürmer with his band Waterproof

Frank Lankau (Commerzbank), Nicole Ruppel, bespoke clothing manufacturer Stephan Görner and Jörg Bannach (public order office)

Sula Lockl (German Chemical Industry Association) and architect Philipp Mainzer (e15)


MIT Charity Team: Moderator Andreas Scholz, Dr. Farzin Nourbakhsh, Dr. Bianca Baican, Dr. Tarun Sarkar, Dr. Barun Sarkar, Dr. Klaus Exner, Dr. Christoph Hegerl Front: Christina Gerlinger with the two donation angels

MIT Charity Night @ Zenzakan Incredible 120,000 euros in donations and an unforgettable emotional evening, that's the conclusion of the Medical Intervention Team (MIT), which invited to this special event. The team of doctors from various specialist areas, which has been operating on children in Myanmar with congenital malformations of the face since 2009, was delighted with the great support made in FFM.

An incredible 120,000 in donations and an unforgettable emotional evening: that's the upshot of the Medical Intervention Team (MIT), which had invited guests to this special event. The team of doctors from various disciplines, that's been operating on children with congenital facial malformations in Myanmar for free since 2009, was delighted with the great support 'made in FFM'.

DJ Julian Smith from Chinaski

Claudia Rost (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Philip Holzer, Eintracht President Peter Fischer and Ralph Teschauer

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Full house in Zenzakan


Feres Ladjimi from the Mook Group with Lisa Schulte and Markus Fritz

Moderator Andreas Scholz with his wife Christine Scholz

Photos: Edward Park

Justin Bean, Anne Mutschler, Evelyn Bean, Josef and Adi Blodinger, Gustav and Carmen Kubowitsch

Jasmin and Stefan Winter with Jamie Djamegari Ortwin Nürnberger and Karin Reineker

Agnes Jacobi is the editor of the Fashion Guide magazine and is always on the go at the hottest events. She exclusively shares her most exciting impressions with THE FRANKFURTER. Agnes Jacobi is the publisher of Fashion Guide MagaMarc Schmerberg, José Martinez and Carsten Quehl

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Great interest in the MIT engagement among the guests

Melanie Sinn, Tobias Gerlinger and Verena van de Weyer

Axel Hellmann from Eintracht Frankfurt with Claudia Rost


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Ball organizers Jörg Müller (Metropress) and Sandra Sondermann

Sports press ball summer lounge @ Opéra On Frankfurt's most beautiful balcony and with a wonderful view of Opernplatz, there was an exclusive foretaste of the upcoming sports press ball in the Alte Oper. In addition to the perfect summer weather, the star of the evening was of course our Eintracht DFB Cup.

On Frankfurt's most beautiful balconies and with a magnificent view of the Opernplatz, there was an exclusive foretaste of the up-and-coming sports press ball in the Altes Oper. Besides the perfect summer weather, the star of the evening was, of course, the German Cup of our Eintracht football team. Singer Dunja Rajter

Eintracht Frankfurt board member Axel Hellmann

Dr. Johannes Peil and Kamala Boger Nina Knop, media entrepreneurs Frank Kuhlmann and Coco Künzel

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Sommerfest @ FRAPORT Wonderful food and drinks stands, live music, an XXL screen for the soccer World Cup and lots of good humor easily made up for the not-so-summery weather at what was probably the most beautiful festival of the summer. After sunset hundreds of lanterns lit up and the band played cool classics from The Beatles to Led Zeppelin.

Joao Pires Ramos (Air Logistics Group) and Giuliano Kassabri

Wonderful food and beverage stalls, live music, a massive XXL screen for the World Cup and plenty of high spirits easily made up for the not quite summery weather at what is probably this summer's most beautiful festival. Hundreds of lanterns were lit up after sunset and the band played cool classics ranging from the Beatles to Led Zeppelin.

Steffen Ball (BallCom), Jörg Schaub (Rhein-Main Economic Initiative), Reza Ahmari (Press Spokesman for the Federal Police)

Meike Hannig and Dominik Kuhn

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When you enter the new WeWork coworking space in Neue Rothofstraße, you can witness the “world of work 4.0”: around the café-bar islands, young, hip-dressed people sit at longer tables, mostly with headphones, to the background - Fade out the music and concentrate on your laptops. In between, one or the other jumps up to draw a "flat white" from the centrally located machine. This takes you to the lounge corner, where other coworkers are waiting for a quick chat. And a new cooperation may emerge spontaneously from this.

When you enter the new WeWork Coworking Office Space in Neue Rothofstrasse, you may witness the "World of Work 4.0": young, fashionably dressed people sit at long tables around café-bar islands. Most of them are equipped with headphones to block out the background music and to focus on their laptops. Now and then, one or the other jumps up to get a "flat white" at the centrally located drinks machine. With it, they then go and sit in the lounge area, where other coworkers are waiting for a quick nibble. And this might just spontaneously result in a new joint venture.

Later in the evening, events such as "Thank God It's Match Day" or team karaoke await the coworkers, who enjoy different statuses here. Those with a "Hot Desk" basic membership pay 320 euros and can always look for a new place in the area. There are also permanent workplaces and closed offices, which, however, appear extremely open due to glass walls and which are usually rented by companies. Because, contrary to what you might think, it is not mainly freelancers who work here - they only make up 5 percent of the 253,000 members worldwide - but start-ups and marketing departments of companies, including traditional companies. They expect innovative strength and greater attractiveness in the “war of talents” from the environment.

Later in the evening, events such as "Thank God It's Match Day" or "Team Karaoke" await the coworkers, who all have different levels of status here. Those with a basic "Hot Desk" membership pay Eur 320 a month, which entitles them to grab a different desk in the workspace each time. Besides that, there are also dedicated desks and private offices, which still seem extremely open on account of their glass walls. They are usually rented by companies. Because, contrary to what one might think, it's not mainly freelancers who work here - they only make up 5% of the 253,000 members around the world - but start-ups and marketing departments of companies, including traditional firms, too. They expect the environment there to offer greater innovative capacity and to be better able to attract good employees when it comes to the "war of talent".

Whether WeWork from the USA or Design Offices in this country: As descendants of the Google and Apple worlds in Silicon Valley, they bring the new working worlds around the globe to their own front door and thereby break up traditional office forms. While in 2011 there were still 43,000 people registered in coworking spaces around the world, according to the Global Coworking Survey 2018 there are already 1.7 million in almost 19,000 spaces. Such providers secured more than 50,000 square meters of space in Frankfurt last year. The coworking spaces correspond to the work-life style of the young elite between the ages of 25 and 35, which includes maximum flexibility, minimal local and material ties, a variety of experiences and the right to individual well-being. The digital natives work where they are - at airports, in cafes, on the beach or on the train. You share jobs, the work space, even the home. Social media, cloud working, the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are a matter of course for them. Despite this digital networking, their need for real, direct exchange remains unbroken.

Whether it's a matter of WeWork from the USA or Design Offices from Germany, as descendants of the Google and Apple worlds in Silicon Valley, they bring the new working world around the globe to the local population's own doorstep, doing away with the traditional forms of office space. While there were just 43,000 people registered in Coworking Spaces worldwide in 2011, according to the Global Coworking Survey 2018, there are already 1.7 million in just under 19,000 such spaces. In Frankfurt, such providers secured more than 50,000 square meters of office space last year. Coworking spaces fit in with the work-life balance of the young elite aged between 25 and 35, which includes maximum flexibility, minimal local and material ties, a wealth of experience and the right to protect their own individual wellbeing. Digital natives work wherever they happen to be: at airports, in cafes, on the beach or on the train. They share jobs, work spaces, even homes. Social media, cloudworking, the Internet of Things or AI are all just a matter of course for them. Despite this digital networking, their need for a real and direct exchange of news and views remains unbroken.


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This is where innovative multispace concepts come into play, which a study by the Fraunhofer Institute for Work Management and Organization on behalf of the furniture store Designfunktion certifies to be highly effective. Previous run-of-the-mill offices are gradually being transformed into these new forms, our previous workplaces are becoming communication centers that are shaped by aspects such as openness, collaboration, sustainability, community and accessibility.

This is where innovative multi-space concepts come into play. A study conducted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering on behalf of the furniture store Designfunktion confirms that they are highly effective. Existing run-of-the-mill offices are gradually being transmuted into these new forms, and our existing workplaces have become centers of communication characterized by openness, collaboration, sustainability, community and accessibility.

The OutOfOffice concept can be found in four major German cities: uncomplicated rooms for workshops and meetings for rent. The architects Von M from Stuttgart are responsible for the interior design. You have translated the 360 ​​square meter penthouse of an office building on Sachsenhäuser Berg into a location with an open workshop character. The furniture walls with fold-out elements, integrated screens and magnetic surfaces become interactive displays. The 100 square meter terrace offers one of the most beautiful views over the city.

In four major German cities, you will come across the OutOfOffice concept: uncomplicated spaces for workshops and meetings for rent. Architects Von M from Stuttgart are responsible for the interior design. They have transformed the 360 ​​square meter large penthouse of an office building on Sachsenhäuser Berg into a location that has the character of an open workroom. The "walls" formed by free-standing pieces of furniture have fold-out elements, integrated screens and magnetic surfaces, turning them into interactive displays. The 100 m2 terrace offers one of the best views over the city.

Our previous workplaces are becoming communication centers that are shaped by aspects such as openness, collaboration, sustainability, community and accessibility.

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PwC Experience - Photo: David Franck

For the new “Experience Center” from Pricewaterhouse Coopers on 1,300 square meters on the 34th floor of “Tower 185”, the interior designers from Coast in Stuttgart, supported by George P. Johnson Marketing and the agency CPP Studios from Offenbach, have a multispace with four zones Created for creative, dynamic teamwork and concentrated individual work. Incidentally, among other things, as a result of a previous employee survey. 30 management consultants can now work on innovative ideas with up to 250 customers using virtual reality, eye tracking or 3D printing.

For the new "Experience Center" of PricewaterhouseCoopers covering 1,300 square meters on the entire 34th floor of "Tower 185", the interior designers of Coast, from Stuttgart, supported by George P. Johnson Marketing and the CPP Studios agency from Offenbach, have created A multi-space office with four zones where creative dynamic teamwork and focused solitary work can take place. Incidentally, among other things, as a result of a previous employee survey, 30 business consultants can now work on innovative ideas with up to 250 clients using virtual reality, eye tracking or 3D printing.

The main idea of ​​Ian Shaw Architects for the conversion of a multi-storey building from the 1950s was to bring the load-bearing, structural elements to the fore, as the client runs an office for structural engineering and so the daily work should be reflected in the design of the rooms. Fixtures and surfaces were removed

The guiding idea of ​​Ian Shaw Architekten for the conversion of a multi-storey building from the 1950s was to highlight the load-bearing, constructive elements, since the client was to lead an office for statics, and thus reflect the daily work in the way the spaces were designed. Built-in structures and sur faces were removed, so the

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so that the concrete structure shapes the space. Static principles can also be read from the light band that runs through the center of the concrete beam. The glass walls were set in the floor plan with due regard for the golden ratio.

concrete structure could dominate the space. The static principles are also indicated by the strip light running through the center of the concrete beam. The glass walls were set into the floor plan in line with the golden ratio.

With 283 locations in 22 countries worldwide, WeWork from NYC is the pioneer in coworking and has also been represented in Frankfurt since last year. In the Neue Rothofstraße there is space for up to 990 coworkers to work casually in shared and private offices. They not only share printers and conference rooms, but also the credo of combining work with networking and fun. The WeWork community meets over breakfast, coffee and the evening events. Another WeWork space with over 2,000 workplaces will be opened in Taunusanlage 8 next year.

With 283 locations in 22 countries worldwide, NYC's WeWork is the coworking pioneer and, since last year, it's been in Frankfurt, too. On Neuer Rothofstrasse, up to 990 coworkers have enough space to work in a relaxed atmosphere in shared and private offices. They not only share printers and conference rooms, but also the creed of combining work with networking and fun. The WeWork community meets up at breakfast, coffee breaks and at the evening events. Another WeWork space with more than 2,000 workspaces will open at Taunusanlage 8 next year.

Office for a structural engineer Photo: Ian Shaw Architects

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The Ecos Office Centers offer coworking spaces for a more dignified, more established clientele: represented at 70 locations in 5 countries, they have now had the location in Frankfurt's Westend redesigned by the interior designer. The result is an all-round carefree office on the 1,200 square meter project area on the ground floor with multifunctional meeting rooms, offices and work café, retreat options and lounges for a feel-good atmosphere. All work scenarios can be covered here, from individual workstations to workshop spaces for up to 70 people.

Ecos Of ice Centers of fer Coworking Spaces for a more designed, more established clientele. Found at 70 locations in 5 countries, they have now had the site in Frank fur t's Westend redesigned by the interior designer design function. On the ground floor of the 1,200 m2 large project area, a comple tely worr y - free of fice with multifunctional meeting rooms, of f ices and a work café, retreat rooms and lounges for a feel - good atmosphere were created. From individual workstations to workshop spaces for up to 70 people, all workplace scenarios are co-vered here.

A large wooden grandstand with space for over 40 listeners, knobbly stools and rollable tables as well as a retreat and three open meeting rooms: The new Lufthansa "Q Lab" in the wing of Personnel Director Bettina Volkens is now open to everyone and is intended to be cross-departmental, agile collaboration enable. Five years ago, Volkens introduced the “New Workspace” in administration: the open multispace office without a fixed workstation with silent boxes, meeting zones and team conference rooms. In the Q-Lab, Bettina Volkens' office is now available to everyone.

A large wooden grandstand with room for an audience of over 40 people, knobbly stools and rollable tables as well as a retreat room and three open meeting rooms: Lufthansa's new "Q Lab" in the office wing of HR Director Bettina Volkens is now open to all and is meant to foster collaborative, agile work. Five years ago, Volkens introduced the "New Workspace" in the administration: the open multi-room office with no permanent workplace but with silent boxes, meeting zones and team meeting rooms. In the Q-Lab, even Bettina Volkens' office is now available for everyone.

For McKinsey, the architecture office Ippolito Fleitz created a balance between representative and informal quality on 4,000 square meters in the Taunusturm. Each floor was divided into “neighborhoods” with a maximum of 25 workplaces (open space and individual offices), to which communicative “marketplaces” are assigned. Green libraries and punching bags allow a short break. Creative rooms such as the Ebbelwoi room, the wild jungle or the inspiring Wunderkammer complete the offer. There are installations by the language artist Bruno Nagel on the ceiling for orientation.

The Ippolito Fleit z architecture firm has created for McKinsey a balance bet ween prestigious and informal qualit y on an area of ​​4,000 m2 in the Taunus Tower. Each storey was subdivided into "neighborhoods" with a maximum of 25 workplaces (open spa ces and individual of fices) to which communicative "marketplaces" are allocated. Greened libraries and punching bags of fer a quick break. Creative rooms such as the Ebbelwoi room, the wild jungle or the inspiring 'Chamber of Wonders' complete the of fer. Ceiling installations by language artist Bruno Nagel help people find their way about.

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HE KNOWS ALL ABOUT NEW WORKPLACES WITH CREATIVE WORKING IN A TEAM. FINALLY, CLAUDIO MONTANINI IS HERSELF AGENCY OWNER AND HAS ALREADY SEEN SOME TRENDS IN OFFICE DESIGN COMING AND GOING AGAIN. HERE'S AN AMUSING REVIEW OF THE MOST PRECIOUS WORKPLACE CONCEPTS OF THE LAST DECADES - INCLUDING MANY (D) ENGLISH FASHION TERMINOLOGIES AND A REFRESHINGLY HONEST CONCLUSION.

H E K N O W S H O W T O W O R K C R E AT I V E LY I N A T E A M. A F T E R A L L, C L AU D I O M O N TA N I N I OWNS AN AG E N C Y H I M S E L F A N D H A S A L R E A DY S E E N SOME OFFICE DESIGN TRENDS COME AND GO. HERE'S AN AMUSING REVIEW O F T H E M O ST ST R I K I N G W O R K P L AC E C O N C E P T S O F T H E L A ST D E C A D E S - I N C L U D I N G M A N Y FA S H I O N A B L E (D) E N G L N E D H O R C E N E N E N E.

An office is a room with a desk. It has four walls, a window and a door. The world used to be so simple. Then the people of Hamburg came up with the office building with a flexible spatial structure. It is considered to be the forerunner of the later office battery packs in the USA. Table to table like chickens on the perch. Quasi as an intellectual counterpart to the assembly line.Or the Action Office by Robert Propst with standing, sitting and conference desks in a semicircle for better teamwork and shutters for confidential files.

An office is a room with a desk in it. It has four walls, a window and a door. The world used to be so simple. Then a consulting group in Hamburg had the idea of ​​an office building with a flexible room structure, now regarded as the forerunner of "open-plan offices" in the US. One desk beside the next, like chickens on a roost. Almost like an intellectual assembly line. Or the Action Office of Robert Propst, with desks of varying height and conference desks in a semicircle for better teamwork and roller shutters for confidential files.

In the open, it was like being in a dovecote. Just think of the American newsrooms of the 1970s with typewriter tables coated with formica. “The incorruptible” send their regards to Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman as courageous journalists in the Watergate scandal. The concept of the open office landscape was first born in Germany: In Quickborn, Eberhard and Wolfgang Schnelle came up with the idea of ​​a structured open-plan office with flexible partitions.

The new open-plan office was, ultimately, as busy as a dovecote. Just recall the American newsrooms of the 1970s with Formica-coated typewriter tables - reminiscent of "All the President's Men" with Redford and Hoffman as valiant journalists investigating the Watergate scandal. But the concept of open office landscapes was actually born in Germany: in Quickborn, Eberhard and Wolfgang Schnelle came up with the idea of ​​a structured open plan of fice with flexibly le partitioning.


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In 2002, Accenture set a new impulse for thought with the Kronberg campus: No permanent workstations at the New Workplace, fewer desks than employees and the personal wheelchair for the few work utensils and family photos on the clean desk. Since then, the office of the future has been reinvented every year. Claudio Montanini New Work City is the owner of the communication agency PSM & W, President Marketing it in the Squaire at the FlugClub Frankfurt, board member in the Clushafen. The ways are ter of the creative industry in Hessen (CLUK), member of the supervisory board Einkurz - on site and into the costume of Frankfurt wide world. A small owner of the communications agenne city under a cy PSM & W, Marketing Club Frankfurt President, board member of umbrella. Kita and Autowäthe cluster of the creative industries in Hessen (CLUK), including supervisory board.

In 2002, Accenture's Campus Kronberg gave people new food for thought: no permanent jobs at the New Workplace, fewer desks than employees and personal under desk cabinets for the few utensils and family photos on the 'clean desk'. Since then, the office of the future has been reinvented every year. New Work City is the concept name of Squaire at the airport. Everything is nearby - locally and in the world at large. A small town under one roof. Day care and car wash included.

Of course, Silicon Valley sets the pace. Everyone wants to be like Google: colorful, creative, different - that's why there are climbing walls and hammocks, ball pools and conferences in the ski gondola. But we're catching up and presenting one innovation after another: food trucks instead of canteens. Motorized sit-stand tables for back-friendly work - ideally as a shared desk in co-working. Discreet furniture for the meeting-tête-à-tête. And Fatboys instead of Klippans in the Recreation Area.

Silicon Valley clearly sets the pace. Everyone wants to be like Google: colorful, creative, different, with climbing walls and hammocks, balls and conferences in a gondola lift. But we're catching up and launching one innovation after another: food trucks instead of a canteen, motorized stand-up tables for back-friendly working - preferably as a shared desk for co-working. Furniture that can be used to have a discreet tête-à-tête meeting. And Fatboys instead of Klippans in the lounge area.

Why don't we stay at home right away? Collaborative work with a perfect work-live balance in the home office. In shorts and bathrobe including morning coffee and sundowner.

Why not stay at home in the first place? Coworking with the perfect work-life balance in one's own home office. In shorts and bathrobe with an early morning coffee and a sundowner thrown in.

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ow does someone live who makes others happy with beautiful things? Discreet. Thousands of bees are buzzing in the ancient linden tree in front of the Fifties house; Two dogs shoot out from between the mighty trees, wagging their tails, the landlord comes towards us with gardening tools. There are houses that are waiting for someone who understands their soul and for whom architecture is more than four walls and a roof. Such a pearl diver stands before us. Come as you are The sky is sparkling blue, a mere 28 degrees. Vacation is in the secret garden. A private beach club with a pool and a cozy lounging area forces everyone to relax immediately, to slow down completely. The water is kept cozy and warm until well into autumn. Frankfurt is just not Hollywood Hills. Only the sauna with a glass front facing the water is hotter, a design by the host and unobtrusive luxury made of oak and Ukrainian walnut.


Come as you are A light-blue sky and a measly 28 degrees. There's a holiday atmosphere in the secret garden. A private beach club with a pool and a cozy chill-out area immediately force everyone to rest and slow down. The water is kept warm and cozy until well into the autumn. Frankfurt is not the Hollywood Hills. The only thing that's hotter is the sauna with its glass front to the water, a design of the host and an unobtrusive luxury made of oak and Ukrainian walnut. This garden must be just as

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How does someone who makes others happy with beautiful things live? Discreetly. Innumerable bees are buzzing in the ancient lime tree in front of the 50s-style house. From the street, the property looks as if it's been abandoned for ages. Wagging their tails, two dogs shoot out from between the mighty trees and our host comes to us with garden tools. There are houses that just wait for someone who understands their soul and for whom architecture is more than just four walls and a roof. Such a person stands before us now.


wonderful after sunset, with torches, candles and lanterns. During the day, it's like a work of art - reminiscent of the bright blue swimming pools of pop art master David Hockney: cool yet puzzling pictures with beautiful people and not much happening. In the mood The area is a very model of a gem, with a lot of Art Nouveau, but even more forest. Built in 1950, the house with approximately 200 square meters of living space has been thoroughly modernized and perfected. The most recent addition was the pool, as a hot spot. "No line", is our host's understated reply to our question of his style. Of course we don't believe him. Because when you enter the rooms, you're overwhelmed by a multisensory experience that can basically only be described as a moodboard of the senses. Shaggy carpets, deep armchairs, cashmere plaids and designer room fragrances won't leave you cold. Lobby jazz, which nestles softly in your ear, creates intimacy. Even in the guest bathroom and the well-stocked gentlemen's wine cellar, once a garage, someone seems to be tinkling the ivories.

In the Mood The area is a jewel as it stands in the book, lots of Art Nouveau, even more forest. The house, which was built in 1950 and has over 200 square meters of living space, has been thoroughly modernized and perfected. Most recently, the pool came as a hot spot. “No line”, our host understates when asked about his style. Of course we don't believe a word he says. Because when you enter the rooms, you are overwhelmed by a multi-sensory experience that can basically only be described as a mood board for the senses. Fluffy carpets, deep armchairs, cashmere plaids and designed room fragrances leave no one indifferent here. Lobby jazz that snuggles quietly in your ear creates familiarity. Even in the guest bathroom and in the well-equipped gentlemen's wine cellar, which used to be a garage, someone seems to be sitting at the piano.

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After sunset, with torches, candles, and lanterns, this garden must be just as wonderful. During the day a setting like an art quote. We think of the bright blue swimming pools by pop art master David Hockney - cool pictures that are puzzling, with beautiful people and little spectacle.


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“I like timeless furniture, but I play more with colors. Especially when it comes to accessories, I like to give it a splash of color, ”explains the aesthetician. Does he mean the gum-pink flamingo at the pool, where the dogs have fun by bowling over the weird plastic bird? “Flamingos are through, I know. With me they still have a grace period. ”While he is driven by the truffle hunt from Shanghai to Paris and the perception of changing trends, the clocks go slower in the green domicile. “This house is my absolute retreat, my paradise. An alternative would only be a property on the lake. I need water near me, ”enthuses the entrepreneur. He also knows the element from its dangerous side. As a child he almost drowned in a pool and was only pulled out of the water at the last second.

"I like timeless furniture, but I play with colors more. Especially when it comes to accessories, I like to let the colors crash together," the aesthete explains. Does he also mean the bubblegum-pink plastic flamingo by the pool, which the dogs enjoy bowling over? "Flamingos are out, I know. With me, they still have a grace period." The spotting of changing trends and the professional "truffle hunt" that takes him from Shanghai to Paris compel him forward, but time runs more slowly in the green abode. "This house is my absolute safe haven, my paradise. The only alternative would be a lakefront property. I need water near me," the entrepreneur says. He's also familiar with the more dangerous side of this element. As a child, he almost drowned in a pool and he was pulled out of the water only at the last second.

“Who wants fresh croissants?” You can hear the host's voice calling out from the open kitchen. “Gladly!” We report back. Barefoot like on a beach holiday - the host also walks without shoes - we stroll through the slightly nested upper floor, where every corner is arranged with devotion. The classic alternates with explosions of color, childhood memories with trend gadgets. You can tell here

"Who wants fresh croissants?" You can hear the host calling from the open-plan kitchen. "We do!" we reply. Barefoot as on a beach holiday - the host walks around shoeless - we stream through the slightly convoluted upper floor, where every corner is lovingly arranged. Classic design alternates with explosions of color, childhood memories with trendy gadgets.


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you prefer to spend your money on soulful interiors. Characteristic lights, for example, or buttery-soft fabrics. Only the many artificial flowers are such a thing, even the very expensive ones never come close to natural ones ... But everything is allowed in love and decorating.

You can tell that the owner prefers to splash out on a soulful interior. Characterful lights, for example, or fabulously soft fabrics. Only the many artificial flowers are a bit tricky: even the very expensive ones never come close to nature ... But all is fair in love and decorating.

Jingle & bells What is life like here in winter? “The annual battle with mountains of leaves has been fought, the water basin has been completely emptied,” we learn. When the cold wind whistles outside, the soul of the house lolls by the flattering light and fireplace as if it had never done anything else. Friends come over, stay to eat, sometimes they spend the night. This oasis is as homely as a snail shell and as sociable as you want it to be. Christmas will be a festival again: "Even before the first Advent we decorate with lights and balls so that we can enjoy them for as long as possible." What does the esthete never cross the threshold? A brief hard look, then categorically: “Nothing from a Swedish furniture store. That'll be thrown out, should someone give me that! "

What's living here in winter like? "The annual war with the piles of fallen leaves is won; the pool completely drained." When the cold wind howls outside, the lady of the house sprawls by the open fire in a flattering light as though she'd never done anything else. Friends come over, stay for dinner - and sometimes even overnight. This oasis is as cozy as a shell that you draw back into, and as sociable as you'd like it to be. Christmas is a veritable celebration: "Even before the first of Advent, we decorate with lights and baubles so we can enjoy them for as long as possible." What never crosses the aesthetic's threshold? A quick hard look, then a categorical: "Nothing from a Swedish furniture store. I'll fling that out if I ever get anything from there as a present!"

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EVERYONE KNOWS THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF ENOUGH SLEEP. BUT NOT EVERYONE KNOWS HOW TO DO IT. HOW DO I SLEEP WELL AND WELL? HOW DO I LY IN THE BEST LY? HOW LONG SHOULD I SLEEP? HERE ARE A FEW TIPS FOR GUARANTEED SWEET DREAMS.

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There are still people who think that getting on with little sleep is impressive. Above all, the biographies of famous people in power often provide insights into terrifyingly frugal sleeping habits. Margaret Thatcher, for example, got by on just four hours of sleep a night. As you know, she used the rest of the time to be iron. Not a nice idea. So let's focus on the benefits of sleep. Sleep is the best medicine Studies have shown that anyone who sleeps less than seven hours a night catches a cold more often than the "dormouse". In addition, people with chronic sleep problems are more likely to suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases. Getting enough sleep is therefore essential to stay healthy and fit. At night, our body quasi shuts down the system and switches to regeneration. Then vital processes take place, such as the release of growth hormones, which are used for cell renewal. So anti-aging overnight! In addition, our brain works in the

There are still people who think that surviving on just a few hours of sleep is something impressive. The biographies of famous people in power in particular often give insights into some frighteningly bad sleeping habits. Margaret Thatcher, for example, only got a mere four hours' sleep a night. As everyone knows, she used the rest of the time to be the Iron Lady. Not a pleasant thing to imagine. So let us dedicate our attention to the benefits of sleep. Sleep is the best medicine studies show that those who sleep less than seven hours a night are more likely to catch a cold than those who sleep well. What is more, people with chronic sleep problems are more likely to suffer from diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Sufficient sleep is, therefore, essential to remaining fit and healthy. At night, our body reduces the metabolic rate and switches over to regeneration. That's when vital processes take place - such as the release of growth hormones, which help to regenerate cells. It's a veritable overnight anti-aging treatment! Moreover, our brain works at full speed in the deep sleep


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Deep sleep phase at full speed: impressions and learned things are stored in our long-term memory through the networking of nerve cells. Sleeping keeps you young and makes you smart. But not only that: getting enough sleep also makes you slim! Because not only is the hormone leptin released overnight, which blocks the feeling of hunger, our body also makes use of fat reserves at night to keep the metabolism going.

phase: what we've learned and the sights we've seen are stored in our long-term memory thanks to the networking of our nerve cells. So sleep not only keeps you young - it makes you smart, too. But that's not the full story: getting enough sleep can make you slim, too! The reason for this is that, during the night, it's not just the hormone leptin, which blocks the feeling of hunger that is released, our body also uses its fat reserves to keep the metabolism going while we sleep.

How to make a bed ...

You made your bed ...

The term sounds a bit strange, but what is important to create the right conditions for a good night's sleep is called sleep hygiene. There are simple rules that you should follow in order to fall asleep well and sleep through the night. This includes developing certain routines, such as always going to bed at the same time, if possible, and getting up at the same time in the morning in order to level off your biorhythm. In addition, you should start about three hours before going to bed

The term might sound a bit strange, but what matters when it comes to creating the right conditions for good sleep is "sleep hygiene". These are simply rules that you should follow so you can nod off and sleep well.

hen don't eat large quantities anymore - but don't go to bed hungry either! -, do not consume alcohol or beverages containing caffeine and have not completed an extensive workout.

hours before bedtime - but you shouldn't go to bed hungry either! Other no-nos are drinking alcohol or caffeinated drinks and doing a vigorous workout.

It's about switching to a quieter mode in advance, leaving the day outside so that you can indulge in sleep without distractions. That is why experts also recommend using certain everyday objects

This includes developing certain routines, such as going to bed at the same time whenever possible, and getting up at the same time in the morning to your circadian rhythm going. In addition, you shouldn't eat large meals about three

It's all about switching to a quieter pace in advance, leaving the day outside your front door so you can indulge in sleep without any distractions. That is why experts also advise people to banish certain everyday objects from the bedroom: smartphones, tablets, notebooks and the like, but the TV,


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to banish from the bedroom: Smartphones, tablets, notebooks and Co., but also the television have lost nothing in and by the bed. The bed is there to sleep. And of course for sex!

too, have no place in and on the bed. The bed is for sleeping in - and for sex, of course!

Also important for optimal sleep hygiene: a good room climate (regular ventilation) and a temperature between 18 and 21 degrees as well as darkness! Light sources that flash through the window, too bright light when you get up at night - this suggests to our body that it is time to get up. And with that, the healthy night sleep is over. So you should definitely invest in good darkening with shutters or curtains, bedside lamps with dimmers or - not for everyone, but very effective, especially when traveling - sleep masks.

Also impor tant for optimal sleep hygiene: a good air quality in your bedroom (air rooms regularly), a temperature that's between 18 and 21 degrees C and darkness! Light sources that flash through the window, light that's too harsh when you get up at night - this suggests to our bodies that it is time to get up, so you can then say goodbye to a healthy night of sleep. This means you really should invest in good shutters or darkening cur tains, bedside lamps with a dimmer switch or - not an option for everyone, but quite ef fective, especially when traveling - an eye mask.

The perfect bed ...

The perfect bed ...

And now to the place where it all happens and what is probably the most important factor in healthy sleep: the bed. After all, according to research (based on a lifespan of 80 years) we spend 24 years of our existence sleeping. Shouldn't one actually have much higher demands on quality and comfort than we usually do when purchasing other parts of our interior such as the kitchen or sofa area? After all, the bed is the most frequently used "piece of furniture" and therefore the most important place in our home.

And now to the scene of action and probably the most important aspect when it comes to getting some good, sound sleep: the bed. After all, according to research and based on a lifespan of 80 years, we spend 24 years of our life asleep. Shouldn't we actually set much higher demands on quality and comfort as we usually do when purchasing other parts of our interior fittings and furniture such as the kitchen or the sofa area? After all, the bed is the most used piece of furniture and thus the most important place in our home.

Basically, what you should take to heart when buying clothes or shoes: it has to fit! Nothing should press, nothing should affect you. It is best not to notice anything. Orthopedists translate this with the definition: The spine must be "neutral". That means, regardless of whether you are lying on your back or on your side, the position of the spine has to correspond to what it is when you are standing.

Basically, the rule is the same one you should heed when buying clothes or shoes: it has to fit you! Nothing should make you feel uncomfortable; nothing should disturb you. The best bed is the one you don't notice at all. Orthopedists translate that idea into this definition: the spine has to lie in a "neutral" position. This means that whether you are lying on your back or on your side, the position of the spine has to be more or less the same as it is when you are standing up.


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The natural S-shape of the spine should be relieved at the shoulders and hips, and legs and waist should be supported. Only in this way can the spine and muscles relax and regenerate.

The natural S-shape of your spine should be supported at shoulders and hips; and legs and waist propped up. Only then can the spine and muscles relax and regenerate themselves.

... and how to find it

... and how to find it

In order to achieve this ideal state for sleeping, it is initially not so important whether you rely on a slatted frame or a box spring system, whether you are lying on a cold foam, latex or pocket spring mattress - what matters is that the bed adapts to the body and not the other way around! But how do I find out which bed suits me and my anatomical needs as well as my sleeping habits? There is only one answer here: professional and competent advice. It is clear that they are usually not available on the Internet or at the XXL mattress shop on the expressway. We asked the absolute experts when it comes to sleeping comfort: the premium bed manufacturer Hästens from Sweden.

In order to achieve this ideal state for sleeping, what is not so important is whether you go for a slatted frame or box spring system, whether you lie on a cold foam, latex or pocket spring mattress. No, the most crucial factor is that the bed should adapt to the body and not the other way around! But how can I find out which bed suits me and my anatomical needs as well as my sleeping habits? There's just one answer to that: professional and competent advice. It is pret t y obvious that you can't usually get that online or at the X XL mattress shop on the motor way. We consulted the absolute exper ts in sleeping comfor t: the premium bed manufacturer Hästens from Sweden.

Sleep like God in Sweden

Sleep like a king in Sweden

The company, which has been making beds since 1852, is considered a pioneer in sleep culture. The beds with the distinctive blue and white checks can not only be found in the best luxury hotels worldwide, but also in many top athletes, politicians and other celebrities, including hip-hop legend Dr. Dre, rely on box spring beds made in Sweden. It goes without saying that Hästens is also a purveyor to the court of the Swedish royal family. Nevertheless, what defines the "Rolls Royce under the beds" is actually a very simple formula, as we found out during our visit to the headquarters in Köping, Sweden: "We rely on nature, craftsmanship and expertise," says Jan Ryde, who Family company in the fifth generation. And when he visits the workshops with us, where the exquisite natural materials are handcrafted with devotion and meticulousness, he shows us how traditions are cultivated and refined here - with great attention to the smallest detail. “Our craftsmen are our heart. Your work is what defines our beds. Little has changed in the way we work since our beginnings. "

The company, which has been producing beds since 1852, is regarded as a pioneer of sleep culture. The beds with their striking blue and white check pattern can be found not only in the best luxur y hotels in the world - the box spring beds made in Sweden are also found in the homes of many top athletes, politicians and other celebrities, including hip hop legend Dr. Dre. Naturally, Hästens is, of course, al so the pur veyor to the royal cour t of Sweden. Ne ver theless, what makes the "Rolls Royce of beds" is actually a rather simple formula, as we learn during our visit to the company headquar ters in Köping, Sweden: "We rely on nature, craftsmanship and experience," says Jan Ryde, who is the fifth generation to run the family business. And when he visits the workshops with us, where the exquisite natural materials are crafted by hand with dedication and meticulous ness, he shows us how traditions are cultivated and refined here - with love for even the smallest detail. "Our craftsmen are our hear t. Their work is what makes our beds special. There's been little change in the way we work since we star ted."

And the result? “Hopefully this is a bed that you won't notice,” Jan Ryde explains his definition of

And the result? "It's hopefully a bed that you don't notice," says Jan Ryde, explaining his definition of


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the perfect sleeping pad. As already mentioned, the Hästens case involves box spring beds, i.e. the system that uses a combination of the so-called box, in this case a pine spring box and a hand-sewn mattress, instead of a slatted frame and mattress. And this one has it all! Because the "intelligent" pocket spring system not only provides optimal relief, but thanks to the horsehair that is used in addition to linen, wool and cotton, it also provides the ideal sleeping climate, as it allows heat to circulate and moisture to evaporate immediately. Rolling around in bed to find the right position or to let a little freshness on the sheets on warm nights is a thing of the past. "It has been proven that those who sleep well live up to twenty years longer, are more relaxed, more productive and even look better," is Jan Ryde's argument about investing in a good bed. “After all, people also spend a lot of money on cars. But only healthy sleep can make them really happier in the long term. "

Anyone who likes to read in bed knows this: The novel is so exciting that you force yourself to read another chapter until you have overcome the deadlock. Or what you have read captivates you so much that you cannot fall asleep. That is why it is better to focus on short stories or poems shortly before going to sleep. The bedtime favorite of our editors: "Come on, I'll tell you a story" by Jorge Bucay - a wonderful collection of modernly adapted wisdom, sagas, fairy tales and other stories from different eras and countries.

the perfect place to sleep. In the case of Hästens, it is, as one has already noted, a matter of the box spring beds, so that system, which instead relying on a slatted frame and mattress relies on the combination of the so - called box - in this case , a frame made of pinewood and a hand-sewn mattress. And it's got it all! Because the "intelligent" pocket spring system not only ensures optimum support, but thanks to the processed horsehair, in addition to linen, wool and cotton, also provides the ideal sleeping climate as it circulates the warmth and allows moisture to evaporate immediately . Thrashing about in bed to find the right position or to get a little freshness into the sheets on warm nights is now a thing of the past. "People who sleep well are known to live up to 20 years longer, are more relaxed, more efficient and even look better," is Jan Ryde's argument for investing in a good bed. "Af ter all, people spend a lot of money on cars. But only healthy sleep can really make them happier in the long term."

Anyone who likes reading in bed knows that the novel can be so thrilling that you force yourself to read another chapter until you've got past the deadlock. Or else what you've read grips you so much that you simply cannot nod off. That's why you should choose short stories or poems over novels just before going to sleep. The bedtime favorite of our editorial staff: "Let Me Tell You a Story" by Jorge Bucay - a wonderful collection of revisited fables, legends, folk tales and other stories from different eras and countries.

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Text: Dr. Jutta Failing Photos: Dirk Ostermeier Rather live an unusual life. Something that the artists Gabriele and Felicitas von Lutzau have absolutely internalized. Over seafood and Italian white wine in the Quattro restaurant, they explain why life is too short for a bad mood.

Better to live an unusual life. That's an attitude that artists Gabriele and Felicitas von Lutzau have completely internalized. Over seafood and Italian white wine at the Quattro restaurant, they explain why life is too short to be down in the dumps.


THE FRANKFURTER ASKES TO TABLE Tough cookies are what Americans call women like that. Smart, warm-hearted and with a wonderfully tough smile. The younger one calmed a grizzly bear in Alaska, the older one faced more dangerous predators. “We're crazy, very spirited and open,” they say, and Gabriele von Lutzau adds: “Humor is my survival strategy.” The sculptor's tools are chainsaws and flamethrowers, and her sculptures are up to three meters tall. Daughter “Fee” recently hiked through the “Hell Valley”, a Japanese geyser landscape, at night to capture light phenomena with the camera. "In this darkness the bubbling of the sulfur springs sounds like small voices, eerie."

Tough cookies is what Americans call such women. Smart, warm-hearted and with a wonderfully coarse laugh. The younger one calmed a grizzly bear in Alaska; the older one has already faced more dangerous predators. "We're crazy, very spirited and open," they say, and Gabriele von Lutzau adds: "Humor is my survival strategy." The sculptor's tools are the chainsaw and flamethrower; her sculptures are up to three meters tall. Her daughter "Fee" recently walked through "Hell Valley", a Japanese geothermal landscape, at night to capture the light phenomena there with her camera. "In that darkness, the bubbling of the sulfur springs sounds like little voices - eerie."

Like a Rolling Stone Felicitas von Lutzau is not one of those women who are afraid that at some point they will become (too) similar to their mother. “I am a hunter, I fish and I kill my catch,” she clarifies, “my mother is a forager”. Literally true, because nothing grounds Gabriele von Lutzau more than gathering her family around her, the husband, a pilot, the son, the granddaughter. The bonds are close, but the following applies: What loves each other teases each other. “You are never whimpering, that annoys you,” teases the daughter. The umbilical cord between the two is visibly glowing - and even before the stately one

Felicitas von Lutzau isn't the kind of woman who is afraid that she might become (too) like her mother one day. “I'm a hunter: I fish and kill my catch,” she explains. "My mum is a gatherer." Quite literally, because nothing grounds Gabriele von Lutzau more than gathering her family around her: her husband, a pilot; her son; her granddaughter. The ties are tight, but nevertheless, they all enjoy teasing each other. “You're never whiny, and that gets on my nerves,” the daughter teases. The umbilical cord between the two is highly visible, and the two women


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Hummer, the women are on top form.Rave about the Rolling Stones, whose concerts they rock on the edge of the stage. “The Stones are our mother-daughter thing! Only we."

are on top form even before the superb lobster arrives. Enthusing about the Rolling Stones, at whose concerts they rock at the edge of the stage. “The Stones are our mother-daughter thing! Just for us. "

Yes, you can! “For the Venice Biennale I always take an apartment and immerse myself in the special atmosphere of the lagoon. Contemporary art, the many markets, the beauty of decay. ”Gabriele von Lutzau is often out and about, free and curious. She has just been to Amsterdam, mainly because of the art, of course. “After a serious car accident in New Zealand, I was told that I would no longer be able to work with chisels and chisels. You can't do that - I must never be told, it arouses resistance in me. ”Instead, she decided to use the chainsaw,“ although I was terrified of it at first. ”When a well-known beer brand made a portrait with the artist, she left she handled the heavy machine as if she had never done anything else.

“At the Venice Biennale, I always rent a flat and immerse myself in this special atmosphere of the lagoon. Contemporary art, the many markets, the beauty of decay. " Gabriele von Lutzau is often on the road, free and curious. She's just been to Amsterdam, mainly because of the art, of course. “After a serious car accident in New Zealand, I was told I wouldn't be able to work with chisels any more. You can't do that - that's something that you should never say to me: it makes me want to prove them wrong. " She decided to use a chainsaw instead, "although I was, at first, scared to death." When a famous brand of beer filmed a portrait of her, she handled the heavy tool as though she'd never done anything else in her life.

Photos: Dirk Ostermeier

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"Humor is the strongest thing that unites us." Hunting Fever "Porcini mushrooms, delicious, you can watch them grow here in the Odenwald", Gabriele von Lutzau happily bridges the gap. A source of strength comes to mind: "Sometimes I have the feeling that I could dig my toes into the ground in the forest and that I would put down roots." With daughter Felicitas, it is the water that she draws from. More precisely, fly fishing on the Russian River in Alaska. She is there every year to hunt salmon. In a few days it starts again, then she stands waist-high in a wetsuit in the clear water. “It's our father-daughter thing. Only my partner is allowed to come with me. Backing out with the rod, throw by throw, is more than just sport - it is a way of life. ”Bears come dangerously close to the river, including her. She was luckier than experience then.

“Boletus mushrooms, damned tasty, you can watch them grow in our Odenwald forest,” Gabriele von Lutzau happily segues into a different topic. A source of energy comes to her mind: "Sometimes, I feel that I could dig my toes into the ground in the forest and I would start to grow roots." Her daughter Felicitas draws her energy from water, though. More specifically, from fly fishing on the Russian River in Alaska. Every year, she goes there to 'hunt' salmon. In a few days' time, she'll be off again; then she'll be standing up to her waist in her wet suit in the clear water. “This is our father-daughter thing. Only my partner is allowed to come with us. The casting of the line, time after time, is more than just a sport - it's a way of life. " Bears come dangerously close to the river - sometimes also too close to you-. In those days, she had more luck than experience.

Ready for the stage “As a teenager I started to photograph fish heads out of boredom. My mother recognized my potential in this medium, for which I am grateful to her. That's how I got started. But I could also have imagined acting. ”This year Felicitas von Lutzau exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art (MMK) - not the worst address for an international career. Daughter and mother agree: “You have to be able to market yourself, but we don't tend to pointy elbows.” At the end of the evening, Felicitas takes the last of countless Instagram photos. Is that a mother annoyed? "Nope, I have more followers than Fee." They both laugh.

“As a teenager I started photographing fish heads out of boredom. My mother recognized my potential in this medium, for which I'm grateful. That's how I got started. But I could have imagined acting, too. " This year, Felicitas von Lutzau exhibited at the Museum für Moderne Kunst (MMK) - not the worst place for carving an international career. Both mother and daughter agree hogging the limelight is a good thing: "You have to be able to market yourself, but we don't tend toward elbowing people out of our way." At the end of the evening, Felicitas takes the last of countless Instagram photos. Isn't the mother annoyed by this? "No, I've got more followers than Fee." They both laugh.

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Photo: Peter Hirth

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The Frankfurt Book Fair is a major cultural event. In 2017, 7,300 exhibitors attracted almost 300,000 visitors. Behind this is years of organization, but above all a man with whom all the threads come together - JUErgen Boos, Director of the Book Fair.

The Frankfurt Book Fair is a major annual cultural event. In 2017, 7,300 exhibitors attracted nearly 300,000 visitors. Behind it all are not only years of organization, but, primarily, a man, in which all threads come together: JUErgen Boos, the President and CEO of the Book Fair.

"Mimi never goes to bed without a thriller". Unlike in this hit, Juergen Boos doesn't have to be stories about murder and manslaughter. But he always has the right reading to hand. After all, the director of the Frankfurt Book Fair is an avid reader and has found the perfect job. Even as a teenager, he preferred to sit in the bookstore that his uncle ran in his home town of Lörrach, or in the city library. “It had to be something about books, too, professionally,” remembers the now 57-year-old. And so he ended up as an apprentice at Herder Verlag. After graduating, he wanted to continue going to school. Art history or business administration? That was the question here. The strategic-analytical course was awarded the contract. And the combination of publishing bookseller and business graduate formed the basis for an extraordinary career. During the following years she led him to well-known companies such as Droemer Knaur, Carl Hanser, Springer Science and Business Media and John Wiley & Sons.

"Mimi never goes to bed without a thriller." Unlike the lyrics of this German hit song, Juergen Boos has no need for tales of murder and mayhem, but he does always have the right reading material close at hand. After all, the CEO of the Frankfurt Book Fair is a passionate reader, which means he's found the perfect job. Even as a teenager, he preferred to sit in the bookshop run by his uncle in his native town of Lörrach, or in the municipal library. "I always knew that my working life also had to have something to do with books," the now 57-year-old recalls. Which is how he ended up as an apprentice at the Herder Verlag publishing company. After successfully completing his training there, he wanted to continue hitting the books. Art History or Business Administration? That was the question. The strategic-analytical course of studies won out. And the combination of trained publisher and business administration graduate laid the foundation for an extraordinary career. During the years that followed, it led him through well-known companies such as Droemer Knaur, Carl Hanser, Springer Science and Business Media and John Wiley & Sons.

Face of the book fair Boos had already done and achieved a lot in the publishing industry when he received the offer in 2005 to head the Frankfurt Book Fair. “I thought that would give me a completely different perspective. I knew the book fair

The face of the Book Fair Boos had already done and achieved a lot in the publishing industry when he was offered the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2005. "I thought it would give me very different perspective. Until then, I had only known the Book Fair from an exhibitor's point of view. "

Juergen Boos' book tips

Juergen Boos' book tips

Aka Morchiladze: “The journey to Karabach”, Weidle Verlag Bodo Kirchhoff: “Dusk and Turmoil”, Frankfurter Verlaganstalt Karl Ove Knausgård: “Min Kamp”, six-volume novel cycle, Luchterhand Verlag