Atelier Biagetti talk God

— June, 06 2017

The three-part Biagetti Saga came to an end with God this year, and Milan Design Week will be worse off for it. TLmag spoke to Atelier Biagetti.


Islands at Jerusalem Design Week

— June, 05 2017

From June 8 to 15, Jersualem Design Week this year seeks to open a conversation about cultural exchange and tolerance that transcends our sociopolitical islands.


Nikari Celebrates 50 Years

— June, 04 2017

At the recent 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen, Swedish furniture company Nikari celebrated its 50 year anniversary with ’50 Years of Stories’.


Ultraframe by UM Project

— June, 03 2017

Shelving units are often seen as miniaturised versions of buildings. Subject to similar architectonic constraints,…


Marc Benda: DNA 10

— June, 02 2017

Founded in 2007, Friedman Benda has emerged as one of New York’s leading design galleries….


Sight Unseen Offsite: Postview

— May, 31 2017

Sight Unseen Offsite returned for its fourth New York Design Week edition with a reduced yet highly-curated selection of industry-defining independent practices.


Michael Gabellini and Tadao Ando

— May, 30 2017

Continuous space and tangible light distinguish Michael Gabellini’s interiors for architect Tadao Ando’s first residential development in New York.


Klein and Bury at Bozar

— May, 29 2017

The Brussels Centre for Fine Art, Bozar is celebrating two major figures of the ZERO art movement – Pol Bury and Yves Klein.


Mia E Göransson at Officine Saffi

— May, 28 2017

Swedish artist and designer Mia E Göransson’s abstract ceramics constitute decontextualised and remixed forms and patterns observed in nature.


Flora Noir by Marcin Rusak

— May, 27 2017

Exploring the concepts of ephemerality, consumption and waste, Marcin Rusak submerges flowers into furniture-encased resin slabs. On show at Twenty First Gallery till 16 June, the Flora Noir series is both an ode to family history and nature.



— May, 25 2017

Human Cities Exhibition / Ljubljana May 25th to September 25th 2017 PUBLIC SPACES FOR LOCAL LIFE / Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces   25 May 2017 at 15.00 Human Cities exhibition opening at Ruski car neighbourhood,


Twenty First Gallery

— May, 25 2017

Set in an iconic Chelsea brownstone, New York’s Twenty First Gallery is a far cry from the white cube spaces that line the nearby High Line. Featuring work by top historical and contemporary European designers,


Pierre Huyghe at Louis Vuitton

— May, 24 2017

Three of Pierre Huyghe’s most iconic works are on display for the first time since being collected by the Louis Vuitton Fondation during the Venice Biennale.


Rowan Mersh at Gallery FUMI

— May, 23 2017

A British sculptor who has distinguished himself with marvel-worthy seashell sculptures, Rowan Mersh tells TLmagazine about his exhibition at Gallery FUMI.


Quentin de Coster for OTHR

— May, 23 2017

Belgian-born San Francisco-based designer Quentin de Coster debuts the Dash Dot desk-set for innovative brand OTHR.



— May, 23 2017

Human Cities Event / Ljubljana 23–27 May 2017 PUBLIC SPACES FOR LOCAL LIFE / Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces   A joint event of EU Human Cities: Challenging the city scale project (Creative Europe 2014-2020) and AESOP’s thematic group Public spaces and Urban Cultures   Organised by Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia,


Kwang-Young Chun at Villa Empain

— May, 22 2017

Renowned Korean artist Kwang-Young Chun is celebrated in a retrospective exhibition at the Boghossian Foundation’s Villa Empain until August 27.


Gravity by Studio Minale-Maeda

— May, 21 2017

A generative system of parts determined by the logic of particle behaviour, Studio Minale-Maeda’s latest work is a sophisticated riff on their Lego Rietveld’s and 3D-printed joints.


Over / Under: Sydney to New York

— May, 18 2017

Brooklyn lighting design duo Ladies & Gentlemen expand into interior design and collaborate with new Australian furniture brand SP01 to stage the Over / Under pop store during New York Design Week;


Kelly Hoppen Home in Shanghai

— May, 18 2017

British interior designer Kelly Hoppen relaunches 100 pieces in a retrospective collection reinvigorated with sumptuous materials and finishes.


Reveal by Joseph Walsh

— May, 17 2017

A Joseph Walsh retrospective in New York shows how the functional sculpture designer from Ireland pushes organic forms and materials to the limits.