Lionel Jadot talks to TLmag about his anti-conformist approach to interior design and the multitude of projects he is undertaking
Belgian Marcy Szwarcburt talks to TLmag about his project around mixed-wear and high-end pyjamas with his brand Maison Marcy
Contemporary designers, artists and architects pay homage to those who have influenced them in ‘A Tribute To’ organized by Eugénie Frémiot
On show at ‘Breaking the Mould’ is an awe-inspiring collection of kiln-blown glass artworks in all their wonderfully colorful and versatile forms
Senegalese artist Omar Ba explores the subconscious effects of war and violence through his paintings at ‘Autopsy of our Consciences’ at Galerie Templon
Kudzanai Chiurai works on alternative histories play out in Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai’s elaborate scenes.
The new Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech (MYSLM) has taken on a far more dynamic mandate.
As Bar Basso celebrates its 51st anniversary, TLmag talks to its owner Maurizio Stocchetto about a place that so many designers hold close to their hearts
The TLmag Award winner at Tremplin 2018 is Emma Cogné with her project Système T. We caught up with her to find out more about her pipe and rope textiles
Spazio Nobile is exhibiting The Random Collection at Biennale Interieur, Hall 1, L40, from 18 until 22 October 2018, as part of the five Landmarks designed by Studio Verter. Scenography by Garnier &
You are warmly invited to our Sunday Brunch Season IX- Botanic Psyche, a duo show of Marlène Huissoud and Marcin Rusak on Sunday 14 October from 12-4 pm. Address of the day: rue Franz Merjay 142,
‘Between Art and Design. The Belgian scene.’ explores the tensions between form and function, questioning the definitions that we give to everyday objects
Last years Dutch Design Week attracted 335,000 visitors. DDW 2018 promises to be another big year of design with the theme “If not us, then who?”
Natsai Audrey Chieza is pioneering a biofabrication revolution by co-creating with microorganisms and with ‘Faber Futures’, her bio-lab and consultancy
The South-African born, Belgium-based artist presented “A dialogue with history and tradition”
After the Parisian fashion week, take a look on African Haute Couture.
In its 6th edition, 1-54 Contemporary African Art fair presents a diversity of works at Somerset House, London from October 4-7
PAD London showcases pieces across design, art, antiquities, tribal art and collectible jewelry. The 2018 fair reveals a trend in nature-inspired design.
Fun, bright and subversive, TLmag talks to Poltronova owner Roberta Meloni and designer Donatello D’Angelo about the radical Italian design movement
It’s been 50 years since the first Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk, Brussels. The 2018 edition sees an emphasis on objects and spaces with meaning
Fernando Mastrangelo talks to TLmag about the young artists and designers taking a post-industrial approach to materials in his studio’s current show IGC
As part of KANAL POMPIDOU’s inaugural exhibition, Pascale Marthine Tayou answered TL Mag’s questions.
Spazio Nobile’s currently “Botanic Psyche” exhibition reunites designers Marlène Huissoud and Marcin Rusak who both use nature as the material for their works.
After 5 years of refurbishment, the Swedish Nationalmuseum is set to reopen with a new collection of pieces that represent contemporary Nordic Design