Culture, travel, fashion and culinary delights: the Kosmos pages of Lufthansa Magazin bring you interesting and useful tidbits from around the world
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Lufthansa Captain Kai Osswald (right) and his crew (from left to right: flight attendant Annika Wittmann, purser Anja Oskoui, first officer Patrick Stief, flight attendant Angela Eckert, and purser Alexander Kamp) extend their congratulations.
This yoga space in the hip Mexican surfer city Tulum is not only the world’s airiest, it’s also the most sustainable. The clever construction is built entirely with organic materials. Bamboo poles provide the basic structure of Luum Temple, and the roof is thatched with straw.
Portuguese artist AkaCorleone used 91 liters of paint for “Balance,” a mural that is on the ground of a basketball court in Campo dos Mártires da Pátria park in Lisbon. This vision of duality can only be seen in its entirety from above.
The tropical house at the Kyoto Botanical Gardens is a staggering 4700 square meters in size. Japanese architects are currently planning to build one of the world’s biggest glasshouses in China – large enough to cover an entire valley in Hebei Province.