True, it hasn’t been breaking news lately, but Zurich based ad-guru and wine connoisseur, Ernst Meier, wants you to know that Swiss wine culture is alive and well.
How much do you love Switzerland? Let us count the ways… Created for ThinkSwiss by featurezoo
We just completed three new promotional spots for the ThinkSwiss Scholarship program. They feature two former recipients of the scholarship and in keeping with the student budget aesthetic, we used skype to interview both Ryan Luke Johns and Hilary Landfried.
A paean to The Residence at the Swiss Embassy in Washington D.C. designed by Steven Holl and Justin Rüssli. Created for ThinkSwiss.
A quick peek at our last conversation with award-winning photographer, Christian Lutz. Lutz’s fascination with the invisible machinations of powers have taken him from the discreet, subtle worlds of diplomacy—to the inner workings of a Senegalese religious brotherhood—and now to the Niger Delta, the heart of the violence that surrounds the Nigerian oil industry.
Zurich’s best kept secret is its diversity. Like any other major European city, it is the crossroads, melting pot, meeting grounds for a plethora of world-travelers, nomads, emigrés, immigrants, bohemians, dissidents… Nowhere is this more apparent than Zurich Horn, the very tip of the City that juts out into the Lake. This riviera culture is ...
This November (2007), The Lucerne Festival presents At The Piano, featuring an international cross section of everyone’s favorite stylists and grand masters: Alfred Berndel, Maurizio Pollini, Leif Ove Andsnes (with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe), Andreas Haefliger and the Labèque sisters. Also on hand are the specialists: András Schiff (Haydn); miniaturist Marino Formenti and the ...