“Night Fever – A Design History of Club Culture”, opening soon at ADAM, shows nightclubs as hotbeds for contemporary culture and design, from November 20
Spazio Nobile’s upcoming Botanic Psyche exhibition reunites designers Marlène Huissoud and Marcin Rusak who both use nature as the material for their works
Laureline Galliot presents her distinctive designs, created using new technological tools such as the iPad, at Balsan as part of Paris Design Week 2018
During the 2017/2018 academic year of the School of Design of the Politecnico di Milano, the Milan team has been involved in a final Design studio with a specific main topic: Food&Design,
Within the process to build the in-the-field actions, a Masterclass has been organized to be done by design students and researchers in order to involve in a longer and articulated process citizens and local organizations of the urban context in the city of Milan.
“Each NO/AN handbag is produced from start to finish by the same craftsperson”. NO/AN is above all a wonderful human story, in step with the international spirit of the European capital that is the cradle of a brand which cultivates the Slow and put ethics at the centre of its creative approach.
Ronane Hoet, one half of graphic design studio Hoet&Hoet, talks to TLmag about brand identity, storytelling and the importance of listening
Since the mid-2000s, Sammy Baloji has been using photography, in part, as a means of…
TLmag spoke to the conceptual architect Ola-Dele Kuku about his unique approach and two key projects.
What do you get when you blow molten hot glass into a mold made of Douglas Fir? A Douglas Vase designed by François Azambourg at CIAV in 2007.
How does it feel to be named the Young Designer of the Year 2018? TLmag catches up with the cabinetmaker/designer Antrei Hartikainen to find out
As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Laetitia Bica about her thoughts on collecting the unique
Explore the world of tribal art in the 17th edition of Parcours des Mondes 2018 taking place in Paris from September 11-16
Sculptor Liza Lou talks to TLmag about her upcoming solo show and the career, ideas and communities that have led her to this point
Textiles across the African continent are produced using a wide spectrum of materials and techniques,…
Rain Wu and Ralf Pflugfelder – RARA – is a duo based in London, Brussels,…
Designer and architect, Piero Lissoni, reflects on creative freedom, diversity of materials, colors and a dislike of trends
What does drawing mean in the 21st century? The contemporary drawing fair Art on Paper, Brussels, explores this question from september 6-9
London Design Fair will bring an international selection of designer, brands and materials together at the Old Truman Brewery, September 20-23
Peer through the looking glass into history at ‘The M.V.M Cappellin Glassworks and the Young Carlo Scarpa 1925-1931’ at Le Stanze del Vetro
Bertjan Pot shows ideas, works-in-progress and material experiments at his current show, Hot Glue, at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
An eclectic weekend of art and design await visitors of Brussels Gallery Weekend, taking place across the city’s creative spaces from September 6-9
Architectural harmony and disorder were debated at Laufen’s headquarters in the Architecture and Art Symposium and panel discussion during Art Basel 2018
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, is celebrating all things Japanese in their upcoming exhibition, ‘Japon-Japonismes, 1867-2018’, from November 15 – March 19, 2019