Schnitzel and champagne, Sigmund Freud and wurstel stands, Gustav Klimt and The Belvedere, strolling around the Ringstrasse – these are a few of our favourite things.

Vienna is a city with a taste for the unexpected: where baroque palaces are juxtaposed by modernist architecture, where formality is spliced with wild bohemianism and where a pragmatic spirit belies a romantic heart.

The enigmatic capital first attracted Petar Petrov as a student over twenty years ago and it continues to nourish craft, creativity and a way of seeing.