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Hilton Frankfurt Airport – Where exceptional architecture and design meet Hilton hospitality

Iconic, impressive and ideally situated just 15 minutes away from downtown Frankfurt, the futuristic THE SQUAIRE building is home to the Hilton Frankfurt Airport Hotel. Designed as a horizontal sky scraper with a length of 660 metres and width of up to 65 metres, THE SQUAIRE sets new standards in architecture and design.

“Location, location, location”, Conrad Hilton‘s famous words truly apply to Hilton Frankfurt Airport. The award-winning hotel has an outstanding location at Frankfurt Airport with pedestrian access to Terminal 1. In addition, the stylish hotel offers direct motorway access, and more than 185 high speed trains with rail links across Europe leave from the Inter-City railway station underneath the building on a daily basis.

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New Croatian Architecture: Five Projects by 3LHD

The architecture of Croatia has a long history: the Croats have inhabited the area for 13 centuries, and there are important remnants of earlier Greek and Roman periods still preserved in the country. During the 1960s and 1970s, Yugoslav architects rejected the monumental austerity of Soviet design as well as the Modernist movements of Western design. They created a new school of design called heroic modernism, which is more extravagant, colourful and softer than the Soviet Bloc style. Today, architects in Croatia are resuming where they left off before the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the ensuing war.

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Mastering the Art

With financial markets still highly volatile and interest rates at record lows, the possibility that art and other collectibles could earn tasty returns is appealing to high net worth individuals. Throw in a post-crisis mistrust of financial instruments and a perception that tangible, scarce investments could provide a stable source of value in uncertain times, and it is unsurprising that an increasing number of investors are having a good look at collecting art.

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The slow death of e-mail?

E-mail was once the greatest innovation in written communication since Johannes Gutenberg had a rather clever idea regarding moveable type and printing presses. Letter writing suddenly became very old-skool, innit, and people started referring to it as snail mail. Now, however, e-mail itself is starting to go the same way as letters and, say, Prince Edward: forgotten but not gone.

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Costa de Lisboa – Meet Portugal’s Rising Star for Conferences

Romantic, cosmopolitan and packed with entertainment, Lisbon and its surrounding coastal region are great destinations for a well-rounded conference trip. Diversity is the region’s hallmark. It has extensive beaches ideal for sunbathing or water sports, UNESCO World Heritage sites, picturesque rural landscapes and, of course, an excellent infrastructure for conferences. Lisbon is the only European capital located both on the river and on the coast, and the nearby cosmopolitan resorts of Estoril and Cascais offer a blend of business and pleasure with 19th-century charm.

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