Material Tendencies: Jeanne Gang

— June, 21 2018

Shifting the focus of the Material Tendencies series, to take in the perspective of the architect, Architonic met up with Jeanne Gang, founder of the Chicago-based Studio Gang


Questioning Growth at the CID Grand-Hornu

— June, 20 2018

With an exhibition titled The Limits to Growth, the Belgian institution is displaying a group of citizen and designer initiatives that attest to an interest in more sustainable ways of living


A Thinking Hut in Venice

— June, 19 2018

Fondazione Prada’s Venetian outpost is hosting Machines à penser, an exhibition that links seclusion with intellectual production


At Random: Jeanine Cohen

— June, 18 2018

As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Cohen about her thoughts on collecting the unique


Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu in Bordeaux

— June, 15 2018

In southwestern France, the arc en rêve centre d’architecture is honouring the production of Hangzhou’s Amateur Architecture Studio with a major exhibition


In 2018, La Cambre Mode Says “LOL”

— June, 14 2018

For this year’s graduating show, the Brussels fashion school focused on presenting wardrobe that questions the body, nudity, sex… and the hilarity of it all.


Viktor&Rolf and Fashion&Art

— June, 13 2018

The Kunsthal in Rotterdam is serving looks, craft and perspective with an exhibition that celebrates one of the country’s most applauded names in fashion


David & Nicolas x Carine Gilson

— June, 10 2018

We caught up with David Moussalem & Nicolas Raffoul in Carine Gilson’s workshops, the Belgian designer for whom they have just created a flagship boutique.


Jochen Holz Passes the Torch

— June, 08 2018

With his new solo show, titled Superficies, the German artist tests the rich possibilities of the lampworking glass technique


Nendo’s Watercolour on Metal

— June, 07 2018

For Design Miami/Basel, the Japanese studio is releasing a metal furniture collection inspired by the look of watercolour paint on white paper


Smets, Le Roux and a Biospheric Bench

— June, 06 2018

For their most recent show at the Valerie Traan Gallery, Bas Smets and Eliane Le Roux have condensed time and biospheric processes into a piece of furniture


At Random: Isaac Monté

— June, 04 2018

As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Monté about his thoughts on collecting the unique


Paradise Is a Palm Tree

— June, 01 2018

Robert Grunenberg’s latest curatorial exercise, Paradise Is Now, brings together work by the likes of John Baldessari and Raf Simons bound together by a web of palm trees


Lachaert Dhanis’ Game of Perception

— May, 31 2018

With TROMPE L’OEIL, their first solo exhibition at London’s Gallery FUMI, the Belgian duo use discarded material to challenge our expectations about art and design