Sarah Schug: Isle of Art

— January, 16 2020

Sarah Shug dove into the exhilarating art scene of Iceland together with photographer Pauline Mikó, to create the book Isle of Art. It reads as a journey in which the Iceland’s artistic landscape is introduced in 256 pages,

Milan Krajíček: Fluidum

— January, 14 2020

Today is the last day to visit Milan Krajíček’s exhibition Fluidum at Gallery Kuzebauch in Prague, Czech Republic. The show explores the possibilities of glass and expanding the horizons of his own imagination.

A Breath of Fresh Air at IMM Cologne 2020

— January, 14 2020

Each year, IMM Cologne invites a design studio to create a full-sized home in the furnishings fair. In 2020, the MUT Design team from Spain extends the bounds of the Das Haus challenge,

Sé-em by Charlotte Mounzer: A Young Rebirth

— January, 12 2020

Several months ago, this stylist and graduate of La Cambre Mode(s) launched a sustainable and ethical brand that closely resembles herself. At the end of the year, circumstances required her to change her brand’s name,

Bausol: Reinventing Artistic Rugs

— January, 09 2020

For 50 years, Liège-based interior designer Robert Schinckus has produced and sold exceptional rugs, including some artist-signed designs. Today he is supported in his efforts by his daughter Florence and son Charles.

Heimtextil 2020: Belonging in Sustainable Futures.

— January, 07 2020

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, starts the new decade off by creating a sustainability manifesto, and a focus on innovative design practices.

Reciprocal Syntax: Metaphorical Illustration

— December, 26 2019

Reciprocal Syntax is an interactive installation, depicting the outcome of a creative exchange between two beings, through a metaphorical illustration of a concerted work process.

Linde Freya Tangelder: Towards A More Human Design

— December, 20 2019

Every year, the Biennale Interieur, together with magazines Knack Weekend and Le Vif Weekend, select a Belgian ‘designer of the year’. This year, the accolade goes to none other than Linde Freya Tangelder AKA destroyers / builders.

MAK: Revisiting ”Sitzen 69”

— December, 15 2019

The MAK contrasts colorful, trendy furniture and design icons such as the Panton Chair (1967) by Werner Panton or the fauteuil Galaxy (1966) by Walter Pichler with traditional high-quality “joiner’s chairs” in the exhibition “Sitzen 69” Revisited.

A.R.M Studio: The Power of the Collective

— December, 08 2019

TLmag spoke to the recently established A.R.M. studio about how their 5 female founders banded together, their core values and the importance of sustainability in contemporary (textile) design.

The Layers of Luc Tuymans’ ‘La Pelle’

— December, 08 2019

Part of the cycle of monographic shows and ‘carte blanche’ exhibitions dedicated to major contemporary artists, Palazzo Grassi presents Belgian artist Luc Tuymans’ first personal exhibition in Italy.

Lina Bo Bardi Giancarlo Palanti

— December, 08 2019

Design Museum Gent tells the story of one of the strongest women in 20th-century architecture. As well as being an architect, the Italian-Brazilian Lina Bo Bardi was a writer, set designer,

Collectors Gallery: An Object of Passion

— December, 07 2019

TLmag caught up with Betty de Stefano, founder of Brussels based Collectors Gallery, to get her take on Belgian style and innovation in contemporary jewellery making.

Looking through “Rear Windows”

— December, 03 2019

Conceived as a site-specific narrative, this collaborative exhibition by artist Li Qing and curator Jérôme Sans presents an in-depth exploration of the history and space of Prada Rong Zhai, creating a connection between the urban environment of Shanghai,

Ventura Future 2020: Final Call For Entries

— December, 01 2019

Offering a platform for designers, projects and academies to engage with a wide audience at Salone del Mobile, Ventura Future is announcing its final call for possible participants.

Djuddot: Functional Purpose

— November, 28 2019

Institut finlandais’ current presentation, Djuddot, is curated by Katja Hagelstam (gallery Lokal, Helsinki) and is produced in collaboration with Sámi Duodji Association. The exhibition is part of the official program of the Paris Design Week.

Design Miami/: Highlighting the Fifteenth Edition

— November, 23 2019

Design Miami/ returns to Miami Beach December 3–8 for its fifteenth edition with works that reflect the trends and shifts in the greater design and art marketplace. TLmag perused the program to enlight you with the highlights.

Crème: Interdisciplinary Democracy

— November, 20 2019

Collaborating closely with a wide array of clients – including Hyatt, Shake Shack, and Gerber Group – Crème applies it hands-on approach in everything from interior, product, strategic and branding design.

Bai Ming: Vibrations of the Earth

— November, 19 2019

With the help of public backers, Wallonian ceramics center Keramis is hosting the first Belgian exhibition focusing on the works of internationally renown Chinese artist Bai Ming.

Therme Group: Announcing Junya Ishigami

— November, 14 2019

To mark the second anniversary of its global art initiative Therme Art Program, Therme Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion designed by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami.