By opening Spazio Nobile in April 2016, in the dynamic and cosmopolitan Ixelles neighbourhood of Brussels (Belgium), Lise Coirier and Gian Giuseppe Simeone have united their passions for design and art history, initiating a dialogue between contemporary applied arts, design and photography. Commissioning unique pieces, limited editions and installations that are both experimental and artistic, with a particular sensibility to everything nature and minerality, the gallery organises four to five exhibits each year, dedicated to both rising and established talents, without creating borders between the disciplines, the visual arts dialoguing with the fine arts.
Katherine has been working with glass for over 10 years. Huskie started experimenting with glass at college and subsequently went to the University of Sunderland
where she studied for a BA (Hons) in Glass and Ceramics.
Studio Khachatryan, founded in 2010 by designer Noro Khachatryan, is active in various felds of product and architectural design. The studio designs installations, interiors and architectural elements for public and residential spaces.
Born in Hyogo prefecture, Japan and graduated from Kanazawa College of Art, Department of Design, Kuramoto worked from 2000 until 2008 as in-house designer for various companies. He founded Jin Kuramoto Studio in Tokyo in 2008.
Laura Laine (born 1983) is a Helsinki based visual artist and illustrator with her own distinct and recognizable style.
She has been working with glass since 2013 in Finland, Holland and Czech Republic,
Born in Minucciano, Tuscany in 1932, based in Belgium since 1942, Antonio Lampecco, took the direction of the ceramics workshop at the Abbey of Maredsous in 1962. Since 1958 and the World Expo in Brussels,
Born in Slovakia in 1979, Tomáš Libertíny studied at the Technical University Košice in Slovakia focusing on engineering and design. He was awarded George Soros’s Open Society Institute Scholarship to study at The University of Washington in Seattle,
Jonas was born in 1981 in Lörrach, Germany. He grew up in the countryside in the south of Germany. At a quite young age he already felt a deep fascination to perceive the beauty of the moment in a simple way and to share it somehow with his surrounding and the people around him.
Valentin Loellmann was born and raised in southern Germany (1983). Together with his four siblings, he grew up in an environment of shared creativity. As a child, a strong sensibility regarding his surroundings and details laid the foundations to his creative spirit and ambition.
Graduating from the National Film Academy of Bologna (Italy) in 2005, Silvano Magnone has participated in many multidisciplinary projects, crossing the boundaries of cinema, documentary, theater, music and photography. In 2004,
Isaac Monté has a fascination for unusual materials and an urge to master and manipulate these materials. He is a Belgian designer based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Isaac studied at art academies in Belgium,
François Moret is a self-taught photographer born in France in 1967. He lived in Brussels, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles and nally moved to Paris in 2017.
François rediscovered photography when he moved to Los Angeles in 2009 and became fascinated by the urban poetry of the city and how the particular light can wrap it in such a dreamy atmosphere.
Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini (born in 1983) graduated from the Ensci- Les Ateliers in 2012 with the congratulations of the jury for his “Sophistications” project. In 2014, designer in residence at Sèvres,
Irina Razumovskaya was born in 1990 in Leningrad, USSR. In 2008, Irina entered the State Academy of Art and Design’s Fine Art and Ceramic and Glass Department, graduating magna cum laude both her BA and MFA degrees.
Päivi Rintaniemi (Finland, 1956) graduated as Master of Arts from the Aalto University. The varied art disciplines at university gave her solid professional skills for both design and sculpture.
After her studies,
Born in Switzerland, Lives in Lausanne, 2006– Graduated from the ECAL Lausanne, 2006 – Created his own studio, 2007 – Received the Swiss Federal design prize, 2011 – Received the swiss federal design prize,
Marcin Rusak was born in 1987, in Warsaw, Poland. He now lives and works in London. Marcin situates his work at the intersection of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. He studies contemporary patterns of consumption,
The Amsterdam-based Finnish graphic storyteller, textile artist and designer Kustaa Saksi creates and innovates with the Jacquard weave, generating all kinds of textile art and installations. He has already exhibited at the Victoria &
Bela Silva is born in Lisbon, Portugal, and studied at both the Porto and the Lisbon Fine Arts Schools in Portugal; ArCo, Lisbon; Norwich Fine Arts in the UK; School of The Art Institute of Chicago in the United States.
Born in Leopoldsburg (Belgium) in 1940, Piet Stockmans this year celebrates the 30th anniversary of his studio. Living on the site of Genk’s C-Mine, his career fluctuates between art, the applied arts and industrial design.
Ann Beate Tempelhaug was born in Mosjøen, in northern Norway. Educated in the Arts and Crafts at the University of Bergen. Her work is collected by the National museum Oslo, and the Art museums in Bergen,
Adi Toch explores the visual language of metal through colour, movement, sound and tactility. She makes engaging objects that investigate the embodiment of vessels and containers. Beginning with a flat sheet,
Graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven under the guidance of Ilse Crawford and Formafantasma, Valeriane Lazard had gained experience in the field of interior and product design working at John Pawson,
Originally from Staden, then Antwerp, Frederik Vercruysse has imposed his photographic eye for more than a decade, cultivating a taste for architecture. The very good quality of his documentary and artistic images led to international renown.