maike harich

Maike-052_webDESIGNER
BREMEN
http://www.lindhus.de

Maike Harich is a Designer living with her family in Bremen. Maike founded her own label “Lindhus” nine years ago. She designs and produces exclusive and handmade Papeterie, which is sold all over Europe. Clarity and Love for details describe the Style of Lindhus illustrations and designs. Part of Maike´s family lives in Norway, which makes her less afraid of the German Winters.

 

53b775648ffa6405dfd70324cb29d4a0Insel Hambroich, Neuss, Germany The first time i visited the Museum Island “Hambroich” in Neuss/Germany i was still a child and already enchanted by the idyllic landscapes, where the architecture and art is interspersed. Until today it fascinates me how nature and art create a synergy, if you allow it (for that atmosphere the doors must be open so that the light is allowed to enter the rooms – unthinkable in many classical museums). On display are, among others, works by Lovis Corinth, Hans Arp, Henri Matisse, Rembrandt. A visit is really a day for the senses and also great for children because they experience art and do not only look at it. http://www.inselhombroich.de/museum-insel-hombroich/museum/
Waffel1-1Haus am Meer, Scharbeutz, Germany This small charming hotel is one of my three favorite places and located directly in Haffkrug in Scharbeutz on the Baltic Sea. It is run very personal and lovingly by the young family Vogler. The rooms are decorated in a modern way with attention to detail. I especially love the cozy book-café where you can get delicious waffles. Haus am Meer is located directly at the beach – you just cross a small street. The best rooms are those from where you have the most amazing view to the Baltic Sea. Absolutely stunning! Haus am Meer also offers seminars and workshops, like Yoga retreats. http://www.haus-am-meer-scharbeutz.de/startseite.html
02Forsthaus Heiligenberg, Germany My personal oasis for small escapes from the daily routines: the “Forsthaus Heiligenberg”, located about 30 minutes from Bremen/North of Germany. I often go there to plan new projects and to have time just for myself (which is luxury with two children at home). Here awaits you a surprisingly hilly nature, a beautifully landscaped cottage garden with hidden cozy seating areas, a classic-styled restaurant serving regional food, and especially gorgeous comfortable and very neat rooms. So to speak, a feel-good package. http://www.forsthaus-heiligenberg.de/index.html