Blohm+Voss Magazine

A showcase of exploration, innovation,
engineering and craftsmanship.

  • No3. Features

    Techstyle


    How teams of creative technologists are teaming up with fashion designers to invent the future of clothing.

    Building Skyward


    As the world builds into the heavens through feats of engineering, the challenge of moving people has inspired new solutions to one of modernity’s original inventions: elevators.

    The legend of Steinway


    If classical music had a soul it might reside in Hamburg, where the renowned instrument manufacturer Steinway & Sons makes its legendary pianos.

  • No2. Features

    Six stories under


    Freediving: a form of underwater diving that relies on divers' ability to hold their breath until resurfacing, rather than on the use of scuba gear.

    Growing Cities


    Over the past century the unstoppable force of development has gradually squeezed green space out of our world’s major cities.

    Into the great beyond


    In all walks of life there are those who prefer the comforts of home, and then there are adventurers.

  • No1. Features

    What lies beneath: a beautiful balance of science and art


    Dan Sykes, Micro-CT scanning specialist at London's Natural History Museum, creates works of art through his incredible 3D images of scientific specimens.

    Harbouring a dream


    The story of Hamburg's Elbjazz Festival could not be told without the partnership of Blohm+Voss, writes Sebastian Scotney.

    Visions of liquidity


    When clients hire Hadid, she virtually tattoos her buildings not only with innovative vision but also with her signature – cities collect a ‘Hadid’ as museums acquire a ‘Picasso’.

No3. Features

Techstyle


How teams of creative technologists are teaming up with fashion designers to invent the future of clothing.

Read more >

Building Skyward


As the world builds into the heavens through feats of engineering, the challenge of moving people has inspired new solutions to one of modernity’s original inventions: elevators.

Read more >

The legend of Steinway


If classical music had a soul it might reside in Hamburg, where the renowned instrument manufacturer Steinway & Sons makes its legendary pianos.

Read more >

No2. Features

Six stories under


Freediving: a form of underwater diving that relies on divers' ability to hold their breath until resurfacing, rather than on the use of scuba gear.

Read more >

Growing Cities


Neil Harbisson literally hears colour. Born without the ability to see colour, he wears an antenna which analyses the visible spectrum and translates.

Read more >

Into the great beyond


In all walks of life there are those who prefer the comforts of home, and then there are adventurers.

Read more >

No1. Features

What lies beneath: a beautiful balance of science and art


Dan Sykes, Micro-CT scanning specialist at London's Natural History Museum, creates works of art through his incredible 3D images of scientific specimens.

Read more >

Harbouring a dream


Neil Harbisson literally hears colour. Born without the ability to see colour, he wears an antenna which analyses the visible spectrum and translates.

Read more >

Visions of liquidity


When clients hire Hadid, she virtually tattoos her buildings not only with innovative vision but also with her signature – cities collect a ‘Hadid’ as museums acquire a ‘Picasso’.

Read more >