The summer holidays are over, although calling the last 3 months holidays would be an exaggeration. In between finishing a couple of projects in London, travelling to China to work on a new urban experience brief (see it here), and starting a new exciting job I had very little time to actually relax. Although I like to be busy and I’m the most efficient when busy, I enjoy a little break even more 😉 And I did as I said: I went to visit St. Petersburg – a very young and European-looking city built in 1703 in a baroque and neoclassical style. Initially inspired by the architecture of Amsterdam (hence the beautiful canals) it became known as the Venice of the North. Have a look at a short photo documentary from my visit, I hope you like it!