A grand tour from culture to consumption.
A Column on Suburban Life in Urban Neighbourhoods
Marvin Schuhmann and Valentino Betz refuse to be pigeonholed.
Exploring Germany’s banking city with James Ardinast – a tour from bites to beats
Drawing the Jungle.
Under the respective monikers Pam Pengco, Kimberly Kiss, Marcella Rockefeller, and Laila Licious, Olli, Kim, Marcel, and David have been performing as the group “Real Queens” in Cologne since 2016.
Agents of Change
Wine without Dress Code.
Two guys, two bottles, two playlists.
Bartender Jörg Meyer and restaurateur Rainer Wendt enjoy high-quality drinks and food not only as business partners but also as friends. For this issue of COMPANION, the duo share their favorite food pairing: a drink and sandwich that go as well together as they do.
Art for a good cause - How does it work?
Fran's Favourite Place in Berlin
Breathtaking beaches, spectacular natural scenery, rocky volcanic landscapes, Creole delicacies, and a veritable mix of cultures.
Internationally inspired dishes made with seasonal and regional products are prepared with a distinctly French touch at Gesa Hansen and Charles Compagnon’s neo-brasserie 52 Faubourg Saint-Denis in Paris. The couple cooked a favourite for us to sample.
Interior designers Andrea Kraft-Hammerschall and Armin Fischer tell stories using rooms.
Swimming in and around Berlin
Lessons about Attitude to Life.
Munich is known for a lot of things but exciting nightlife is not exactly one of them.
Joy and Mine at the interview.
Of coffee, big wheels, and a trip to Bratislava.
Ines Czaya and Stephanie Wissmann of Let’s Dine have cooked up a new take on a Bavarian classic.
Coffee to go in a paper cup is passé.
A travel blogger explains the city.
Shopping free of plastics.
Barbara Vinken loves Munich. Twelve years ago, Germany’s most elegant academic moved to the Bavarian capital.
An interview with Joji Hattori.
Joerg Meyer talks about hotel bars, highballs, and Hemingway
Okwui Enwezor is one of the most influential contemporary curators
Living healthily, saving resources, taking care of the environment, and, naturally, also of our fellow humans.
Design from Finland
Johnny Talbot and Adrian Runhof are making world-class fashion right here in Munich.
An interview with Bobby Decker
Questions & answers by Erik Nissen Johansen from Stylt.
Dubile in South America
A portrait of Haya Molcho.
Five best practices for relaxed travelling.
Is Classical Music Outdated?
Summer travel recommendations by Stephan Luecke.
Explore the city by running.
Sn interview with Sonny Daze.
Bompass and Parr from London.
canvasco shows how to upcycle.
An interview about design and architecture.
An interview with Christoph Hoffmann & Bruno Marti.
An interview with Nils Jansen and Michael End
An interview with Karen Mester-Lichtsinn & Florian Kollenz
Project journey to Nepal with Viva con Agua.
The recipe for success at one of the best luxury spa hotels in the world at Elmau Castle is based on a special concept called “mental detox”:
Wayne McGregor is one of the most prominent contemporary choreographers of today. He will make his Munich debut in 2018 at Bayerisches Staatsballett’s annual Ballet Festival Week.
companion joins author and journalist Boris and illustrator Robert on a tour inspired by the Roaring Twenties
Nadiv Molcho is a theater and movie actor, comedian, director, screenwriter, and producer — all that at the age of 27. A talk with companion.
People in hotels are a peculiar species — and have inspired artists to soaring flights of creativity, as our columnist Rainer Moritz recounts
For Companion Theresia Enzenberger has created a very different kind of map, which highlights unusual Bauhaus locations to be discovered in cities that are home to our 25hours Hotels
A good week after completing his residency in the studio at the 25hours Hotel Langstrasse, Oliver Ross explains the extent to which a change of scenery affects his creative process and influences his artworks, whether his daily routine changes with the location, and whether art and hotels can function well together.
The artistic heart of the 25hours Hotel Langstrasse is the hotel’s studio on the ground floor. It is a workspace for international and domestic artists, who produce and prepare for their exhibitions, presentations, or collaborations on-site. Louis Schmidt stayed here three weeks in June 2018.
Haya Molcho and her sons, the family behind eatery empire NENI, have written a new cookery book about the people of Tel Aviv and their culinary histories. And it has recipes too. The most important ingredient? Friends with whom to share what you make.