A graduate of La Cambre Mode(s), Belgian Sarah Levy is one of the 10 finalists of the prestigious Hyères festival, in the “fashion accessories” category. We met with this 30-year-old who sees much further than the tip of her glove.
Journalist and editor for the programme “C’est du Belge” (on TV every Friday night), over 15 years she has provided visibility to creators and designers from Brussels and Wallonia. Her mission: to invite today’s talents into your living room.
Fosbury & Sons has been shaking up the office market for a few years now. TLMag speaks to co-founder Stijn Geeraets about his practice and dreams.
Design Museum Den Bosch’s exhibition unearths European Ceramic Work Centre’s (Sundaymorning@ekwc) history as it engages with themes of transience, eternity, and the fine line between authenticity and reproduction.
Following an open call with the theme “Community”, 18 projects have been selected for the 12th edition of Denmark’s very own Biennale for Craft and Design.
Director of YMER&MALTA, Valérie Maltaverne, speaks to TLmag about her role as curator for their exhibition that is currently on show in the Noguchi Museum.
Celebrating the unique relationship between Finland and Japan, Artek unites traditional craftsmanship with contemporary and classic designs from both cultures in their new FIN/JPN Friendship Collection, launching at this year’s Milan Design Week.
TLmag talked to Italian glass artist Simone Crestani about his young beginnings, artistic philosophies and Asian inspirations for his personal exhibition ‘Poetry of Light’ – on view at the Adele-C showroom during Milano Design Week.