Your interests are limited after all, you know you can be interested in lots of things, but they always come back to a few main issues.
The several follies in the city tend to create a structure, encouraging a movement from one place to another, while questioning the visitor about the habits and use of urban spaces.
It was a unique task: to tailor a Leipzig experience for a guy who writes about (and coherently lives) a very aesthetic Scandinavian lifestyle.
How do you find your friends in a busy park? Have everyone wear white. And bring food.
The overall feeling is not one of decay, but of renewal.
Having a dog who needs three walks a day I always thought that I knew my neighbourhood pretty well. However, the other day I stumbled across a building that carried an image known as Square and Compass on its façade: the most widely recognised symbol of Freemasonry. Like most of you I had heard a lot…