Monocle’s editor in chief, Tyler Brûlé, rounds up the weekend’s news with Eemeli Isoaho, Urs Bühler and Florian Egli. Plus, a check-in with our Latin America affairs correspondent, Lucinda Elliott. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide.
A round-up of the weekend’s most interesting discussion topics with Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, Benno Zogg, Chandra Kurt and Marcus Schögel, plus a check-in with Kaius Niemi, senior editor in chief of Finland’s ‘Helsingin Sanomat’ newspaper.
Tyler Brûlé speaks to Rob Cox and Christoph Lenz, while the Monocle teams in Europe and Asia unpack a dramatic week in global newsrooms.
The weekend’s top news under scrutiny by Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, Rob Cox and Benno Zogg, with commentary from our editors in London and Tokyo. Plus: Christoph Amend of ‘ZEITmagazin’.
Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûle and panelists cover the weekend’s biggest news. Plus a word from our editor Andrew Tuck in London and our Bangkok correspondent, and we check in with what’s making the headlines in Israel’s ‘Haaretz’ newspaper.
Monocle on Sunday: Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûle and panelists cover the weekend’s biggest news.
Monocle’s editor in chief, Tyler Brûlé, discusses the weekend’s top news with guests Rob Cox, Chandra Kurt and Eemeli Isoaho. Plus: a word from our editors and correspondents in London and Bangkok, and a check-in with Rainer Nowak, editor in chief of Austria’s ‘Die Presse’ newspaper.
Monocle’s Emma Nelson speaks to Vincent McAviney and Rob Cox, plus we hear from The Saturday Paper’s Karen Middleton, and check in with Tokyo and Ljubljana.
Monocle 24 checks in on Switzerland’s plans to further ease coronavirus restrictions and ask whether the country is setting an example that others should follow.
Plus: the weekend’s newspapers and top stories. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide.
In 1924, Hulda and Gottlieb Zumsteg took over the erstwhile “Hôtel de la Couronne” on Rämistrasse 4, at the corner of Bellevue in Zurich. They reopened as the Restaurant Kronenhalle. Under the skilled management of restaurateur Hulda Zumsteg it soon became the meeting point of writers and artists.
The restaurant became popular with the local establishment and names such as Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Pablo Picasso, Alberto Giacometti, James Joyce, Richard Strauss, Max Frisch and Friedrich Dürrenmatt also graced the guest list. The Kronenhalle owes as much to its renowned guests as to Gustav Zumsteg, Hulda’s son, who followed in his mother’s footsteps, while putting his own inimitable stamp on it. His passion for art contributed to the Kronenhalle’s considerable prominence. Since 2005, his estate is being administered by the Hulda und Gustav Zumsteg foundation according to his last will.