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.
Brussels-based jewelry designer Hubert Verstraeten has always developed his own processes. The Labyrinth collection for German design house Niessing is no exception. By pressing platinum wires into a conical form at high temperatures,
Honored by Le Grand Prix international de Photographie, Vevey in 2012 ; finalist of ReGeneration 2 at Musée de L’Elysée Lausanne in 2010, he is a photographer based in Hamburg and CEO at Cooperopter since 2010.
Fabian von Spreckelsen is a German artist based in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Already as a kid he had a deep fascination for nature handed down from his father: as biologist he guided Fabian to the discovery of the enchanting world of living organisms.
Founding his New York practice in 2006, Swiss-born architect Christian Wassmann has made a name for himself within various sectors of the art and design world. Having trained with famed master Steven Holl and leading avant garde theatre director Robert Wilson,
Wästberg launched its premier collection in 2008 and although this newcomer appears to have come out of nowhere – nothing could be further from the truth. Its founder, Magnus Wästberg, was born into the lighting trade and had through experience gained an understanding for the need to fuse aesthetic sensibility with Swedish engineering mentality.
Philipp Weber (*1987) graduated in 2012 from the Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands with his B.A. In 2013 his project A Strange Symphony, an allegory between glass and music, won the New Talent Award of the Berlin Design Festival DMY and in 2015 the Bavarian State Prize for Young Designers.
Tibor Weissmahr was born in Munich, Germany. After leaving school, he combined civilian service with 2 years of law studies at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, then he decided to change focus and study product design.
Founding his own Brussels-based practice in 2004, Sylvain Willenz has already made a name for himself on the international scene. With a prolific portfolio of products, furniture, installations and interiors designed for leading brands like Hay,
Pili Wu-Design is a design studio founded by Pili Wu in Taiwan with the aim of enhancing the Taiwanese design visibility in the Asia market. From 2009 to 2013, due to the strong Taiwanese characteristic that his works carry,
Rain Wu is an artist currently living and working in Brussels, Maastricht and London. Her work is conceptually driven and materialises in different forms and scales from drawing, sculpture, food performance to architectural installation.
Man Yau is an artist living and working in Helsinki. She graduated with a Master’s degree from the Aalto University of Art and Design specialising in ceramics and glass design. Yau has been nominated as a “Young Talent of the Year” by Helsinki Design Awards and her last show was at Kämp Garden,
Contemporary industrialist Oskar Zięta invents new processes, set to meet future needs. A hyper rationalist, the Wrocław-based architect-turned-designer
gives new meaning to the term ‘less is more.’ Having introduced FiDU technology – stabilized inflated metal – in 2007,
Contemporary industrialist Oskar Zięta invents new processes, set to meet future needs. A hyper rationalist, the Wrocław-based architect-turned-designer gives new meaning to the term ‘less is more.’ Having introduced FiDU technology – stabilized inflated metal – in 2007,