Christoph Hefti is a textile designer whose playful and curious practise spans decades in and beyond the realm of fashion. In this extensive interview, TLmag catches up with Hefti to talk about his latest solo show at Dries van Noten’s ‘Little House’ in LA.
50 years have passed since the death of Carlo Mollino. This may be little time when speaking about archæology, but in the electronic era, this half-century separating us from Mollino – designer, architect, inventor, artist, photographer, thinker, dreamer – has taken us on a journey through time. Another reality allows us to speak of Mollino in archæological terms: his secret house, inspired by the Egyptian principle of the need to build a house to shelter our future existence: the pyramid.
In a small town in the centre of Mallorca, Huguet has been manufacturing cement tiles for nearly a century. A heritage company that has managed to grow and shift with the times, always emphasizing tradition alongside a contemporary vision.
In this interview, Co-editor and visual artist Amy Hilton meets and is led through the organically curated home of one of Belgian design’s most influential figures and collectors; Axel Vervoordt. Here, the two speak of their mutually shared interest and affinity towards stones, and the importance of ‘earth-centred’ design approaches.
TLmag speaks to Gabriel Hendifar, one half of the Apparatus design studio with partner Jeremy Anderson, about their practice and inspiration.