The accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the Schengen Area is still blocked. When can they succeed?
Only Croatia joined the Schengen Area on 1 January, as Austria and the Netherlands blocked the accession of Bulgaria and Romania. Still, the two countries continue working hard to become members of the
There are those who cultivate gastronomy and those who report on it. And there are those who combine the two, not only by opening the kitchen door to the public, but also by helping us understand what goes on behind the scenes. Meet Norbert Ádám Kiss, who, under the name
Home(Land) showcases works by Ukrainian and Dutch designers that reflect on the notion of home or the loss of it, combining craft with innovation. The project was presented during the Dutch Design Week 2022.
The war has driven millions of Ukrainians from their homes, suddenly severing their close ties
With more than eighty percent of the world’s population living under a light-polluted sky, the beauty of the universe is often beyond our reach. This thought inspired a joint initiative between Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde and UNESCO Netherlands to bring the night sky back to the people: the art
A 12-metre-long 3D-printed steel bridge has been erected over one of Amsterdam’s oldest canals.
The Dutch startup MX3D came up with the idea to build the bridge in 2015, and after four years of research and development (and a two-year break), the bridge, weighing around 6,000 kg, was
Since the turn of the millennium, many novelties and technological achievements have come into the public view. Perhaps the best known of these is 3D printing technology, which can now move into anyone’s home. This week, we collected projects related to digital sculpting.
Many times we hear, think that
Anyone can draw—we often hear this comment about an illustration. While everyone can draw, they can’t necessarily illustrate. Designing and practicing an illustrative world requires just as serious and precise work as going through a mathematical equation, we just do it with the other side of our brain.
Almost an entire year has gone by without exhibitions and installations: the art scene has gathered so much ammunition and has evolved to such extent in the past 12 months that we have every right to look to the future with great expectations, waiting to see when and where this
There are many ways to make a city more livable: in addition to an advanced infrastructure, citizens’ days can also be brightened by seeing lively and colorful walls instead of the grey and boring firewalls in certain points of the metropolis.
In addition to their positive impact on our well-being,
A simple yet great Dutch idea could resolve the issue of having conversations outdoors, which has become a bit problematic lately.
Written by: Márk Szolomayer
Dubbed CoronaCrisisKruk, the portable social-distancing bench cannot only be used in parks. Due to its easy portability, you can take it with yourself and use
Dutch Sven Benjamins [https://svenbenjaminsfotografie.nl/] has been a
photographer for twenty-three years. He has worked on every possible field of
the profession, but gastronomy remains the area he is the most fond of. He
mainly creates cookbooks, and as a result, meets many remarkable chefs. This is
The medicinal attributes of juniper berries were already known in ancient times,
but they became truly popular owing to the English soldiers fighting in the
Netherlands, who first met gin, the beverage made of the plant during the Dutch
Revolt. Over the past centuries, the liquor has taken many shapes,
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.