With its headquarters in Zurich, The Greulich Culture Foundation was founded in April 2005 with the sole aim to support and honour high-class cultural journalism. The foundation is involved in journalistic education as well as the support of young journalists and aims to have a positive impact on the quality of journalism in general.
The foundation is controlled by a supervising authority in the Swiss Department for Internal Affairs. The foundation is part of the whole Greulich project which was implemented by Swiss solicitor Dr Thomas B. Brunner in 2003 and which includes a restaurant, a bar as well as a the design hotel Greulich and which serves as a place where modernity and urban culture is lived in Zurich’s “Kreis 4″ area.
White Line Hotels is delighted to announce the start of a very successful partnership with the duo behind Transplant – the design Space and architecture + design offices of Ralston & Bau based in beautiful Norway.
Birgitta Ralston originally from Sweden and Alexandre (Music of the 80s lover) Bau is French – together they have one of the most progressive creative hubs – check out their site at www.transplant.nu
They are both GENUINE, HUMAN, FUN and simply really nice people.
Together with their team, they will be the right face of White Line Hotels in the entire Nordic region – scouting for new properties and moreover using their extensive creative networks to help position and create opportunities for our member hotels to be present in this aesthetically aware consumer market.
Ingmari is Entertainment Manager at wonderful Berns Salonger and Johan is one of Sweden’s best Djs.
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According to our friend Joachim over at Hotel Skeppsholmen, there are many music lovers on the island of Skeppsholmen visiting the Stockholm Jazz Festival.
He can’t wait until the hotel is open to support the event next year…and we can’t wait until 26 October for it to open either!
Until 2nd August 2009, the city of Barcelona has transformed itself into one great stage where more than 60 theatre, music, dance and circus shows will be presented, with something for all tastes.
The productions selected for the Grec’09 programme include both pieces certain to awaken the curiosity of the most demanding spectator and others aimed at drawing in new audiences.
The organisers invite you to enjoy a vast and varied sample of what is happening onstage today. The 26 venues for the Grec Festival feature works ranging from the most classical drama to the most radical theatre; from new works by up-and-coming Catalan playwrights to outstanding productions on the international scene; from shows for family audiences to the most innovative developments in digital art; in short, a whole world of choice.
The festival itself reflects the open, creative mentality of Barcelona’s people. Where better to prepare yourself for the experience that by staying at Hotel Omm, itself Barcelona in its purist form.