Different to the typical landscaped Parisian parks - wilder and more romantic!
A street food market with heavenly treats.
Museum for contemporary art.
This museum is all about fashion.
A vintage shop with lots of great and very unique stuff.
Made in France fashion inside a gallery.
A nice place to hang out and have drinks to live music.
Fine Asian cuisine in the heart of France.
All day long parties right next to the Seine.
Dance the night away!
Organic breakfast menu and delicious cakes.
A nice hotel which also offers their delicious brunch to non-guests.
The best sandwiches you can get in Paris!
It’s a tiny bar, but super cosy, and you will always find wonderful people to talk to there.
A wonderful place to eat, drink, dance and hang out with a bunch of friends. The interior is somewhat special!
My thoughts about Paris
The fact that it is just too easy to find amazing food and great wine. The easiness of forgetting the passing time.
All of Beirut’s songs, and it might sound super obvious but yes: Yann Tiersen’s soundtrack to “Amélie.”
Take a vacation into My life
I am a design strategist currently lost in Shanghai.
That moment that moves you to utter happiness, as you realise how well life is treating you. Starts with an inkling and bursts out within minutes, making you smile all over your face. What I do then is turn on loud music and dance without any control; that is the moment where I celebrate life!!
Cooking, beautiful people (here I prefer inner beauty), the smell of nature, contrasts; I can’t think of anything which doesn’t inspire me, as it is not about what you see, feel or taste but how you perceive it....
Energetic, walking on the sunny side of life, positive, gentle, outgoing, inspiring.
Wonderland, Colourful, Contrasts, Curiosity, Challenge
Paulo Coelho (esp.: ‘the Alchemist’, ‘Eleven Minutes’), ‘IQ84’ by Haruki Murakami, I appreciate every work of Hermann Hesse but ‘Narcissus and Goldmund’ is my favourite, I love authors who give me a different angle to look at some things and magazines that tickle the brain and inspire, such as: brand eins, Novum, SZ Magazin, Vogue, Jalouse. Monocle, Fast Company, Harward Business Review, The Economist, medium.com, Business Punk, Die Zeit and currently literature related to service systems, psychology, innovation and digital user experience.
Tim Burton is one of my favourite directors. ‘Big Fish’ and ‘Alice in Wonderland’ reflect the way I want to see the world, Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s ‘Amèlie’, some of Woody Allen’s movies, ‘The Lives of Others’ (one of the best movies I’ve ever seen).
Stockholm, Barcelona, Sarajevo, London, New York, Berlin, Siena, Munich, Istanbul, Japan (searching for beauty in Kyoto), Italy (I want to eat all the food in the South), UK (London is always a fantastic idea), Croatia (my home).
‘Happiness is a choice in life’ and ‘What goes around comes around’.
I am passionate and infinitely curious.
a matter of perception.