so you‘ve stumbled upon this blog and you‘re interested in travelling from a designer‘s perspective?
Perfect! Get yourself a glass of wine and start browsing around! You‘ll find articles about different places and activities all over the world which have a creative relevance in any way, which I find inspiring or I just thought they were cool and I wanted to tell you.
Oh, and you want to know who is writing this?
I‘m Sarah and I‘m a Spatial Designer from Hamburg. When I‘m not designing temporary architecture I‘m travelling the world looking for the most inspiring design, the coolest architecture and the nicest people. If you want to find out more, check out the about page and the blog posts.
Postcard from Lithunia!
Postcard from Riga!
another great week for Journey to design!
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Journeytodesign.com is a blog about travel, design and architecture. The most popular posts are:
Helsinki Lights: the finish capital rocks hundreds of light installations throughout the city.
The Helsinki Abatoir: developing a hip new place to be in a discarded abatoir.
Subway Hafen City Universität: Light installation in a new built subway station in Hamburg.
Potato Head Seminyak: a stylish and well designed beach club in Seminyak, Bali.
Salon Wechsel dich Hamburg: a cafe with a special design concept, located in Hamburg Grindelviertel.
Does yoga make be a bad Designer?: Could my yoga practice make me too weak for real life?
A love letter: my feelings for one of my favourite buildings in Hamburg: the Elbphilharmonie