For the A/W 2022 issue, TLmag38: Origine/Origin, Philip Fimmano wrote about Assemblage 7: Lost and Found, a new collection of sculptural furniture by Faye Toogood, and a collection of hand painted clothing in collaboration with her sister Erica,
On January 10, Heimtextil opened its doors for 3 days of activities and events promoting and celebrating all things textile. The highly respected trade show features 2400 exhibitors this year from over 120 countries.
For the A/W 2022 edition of TLmag38, Christian Larsen talked with Alma Allen about the origins of his creative inspiration, the materials and the environments in which he works, the relationship between art and design,
Spazio Nobile at Home invited master Ikebana artist Jozef Prelis Seihô to create a living installation of Ikebanas in a selection of vases by gallery artists and designers. The exhibition is on view through January 22nd.
EMMA, Espoo Museum of Modern Art, hosts a selection of glass, ceramics and contemporary art from the Kakkonen Collection in their newly opened 1000m2 exhibition space. This exhibition is part of an ongoing collaboration between the museum and collector.
TLmag spoke with Elisa Evaso and Luca Guglieri, founders of the Milan-based interior architecture and design firm Monostudio. In 2020 they launched a new initiative, Monoferments, that looks at how to develop circular design in interiors.
The earthy hues of terracotta, the textures of pine needles or ancient mosaic floors are inspirations for Milan-based designer and creative, Marialaura Irvine. She recently presented a new tapestry, Oplontis, with Spazio Nobile Gallery.
A new series of hand-painted porcelain sculptures by Alma Berrow are on view in the exhibition, ‘For dust you are and to dust you shall return’, in the project space of Galeria Hilario Galguera in Mexico City.
Spazio Nobile Studiolo presents Fabian von Spreckelsen, Soul Memories, a solo exhibition of new work featuring von Spreckelsen’s unique paintings made with metallic materials including bronze, copper and steel, as well as his functional collectible furniture collection in which he uses leather and iron.
Jörg Bräuer’s solo show, Lithologie, opens on November 17th at Spazio Nobile Gallery. He spoke recently with Marcia Bjorunerud, Professor of Geosciences at Lawrence University in Wisconsin, about his recent body of work,
In Praise of Caves: Organic Architecture Projects from Mexico by Carlos Lazo, Mathias Goeritz, Juan O’Gorman, and Javier Senosiain, is a fascinating exhibition that looks at four revolutionary artists, architects and thinkers who explored the idea of living more connected to the earth in ways that are as relevant today as they ever were.