Designer Michael Anastassiades presented his first survey exhibition at NiMAC, in Nicosia, Cyprus, titled Things that Go Together. This book takes the exhibition as a starting point for exploring Anastassiades’s work and approach to design.
The radiant, stained glass religious works of prolific glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany are brought together for the first time inside Richard H. Driehaus Museum’s historic 19th century Chicago mansion.
This year PAD London returns for its 13th edition to Berkely Square with a refined combination of contemporary and modern design, glass and ceramics, tribal art and antiquities, modern art and jewellery.
‘’Those who really know what design is know how to make choices and, how to make bold choices.’’ Matteo Pirola wrote resolutely in Lake Como Design Fair’s catalog to welcome visitors this weekend to its second edition and sparked curiosity to its focus: questions concerning the notion of color within the practice of design and architecture.
TLmag talks to Kustaa Saksi about craftsmanship and the inspiration behind ‘Archipelago’, a 26-metre long tapestry commissioned by the Finnish Government for the European Council in Brussels.
Tanguy van Quickenborne took over the Van Den Weghe natural stone company in Zulte nine years ago. Ever since the company carved its way to the top of the interior and architecture world. Quite literally, he shook up the somewhat sleepy family firm to get to a kick start.
As Brussels Design September and Brussels Gallery Weekend take over the Belgian capital, this month is set out to be a true celebration of local designers. Here are TLmag’s highlights of the over 100 events scheduled for this month!
Highlighting both emerging and internationally known design practitioners, this fair provides a unique insight to Nordic design.
Time & Style hosts the first European exhibition of furniture designer Kengo Kuma; a unique individual who reinterprets the Japanese lifestyle to create.