30 Grad Magazin - Edition 1/2018
Annica and Marie Eklund appeal to illustrious clients with their design floors made from nylon yarn - visiting the Swedish family business Bolon; the photographer Alexander Kilian artfully displays Mühle-products; five unique buildings from the Orte mountains - home of Mühle - in short portraits, etc.
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Starting out as a manufacturer of patchwork rugs before graduating to camping mats, Bolon now makes design floorings of nylon yarn that wow customers such as Giorgio Armani and Tom Dixon. We visited Marie and Annica Eklund, who are breathing new life into the Swedish family business with great self-confidence.
Play of Light
Berlin-based photographer Alexander Kilian, originally from Offenbach, thinks in colours - the selection of which is the starting point of each of his works. His still lifes look like a mixture of snapshot and highly complex composition - with a certain melancholy. Once brought together, once conversing with each other, their impact becomes more intense.
Grooming is care
Chris Glass loves to travel and to discover beautiful things. The native Bostonian has been living in Germany for 16 years. He works as Membership Manager of the Berlin Soho House and opened an Event-Space in June 2017.