Relating to the theme of TLmag’s 31st print edition, Islands of Creation, we present an extract from ‘The Island of the Colourblind’ by Dutch photographer Sanne de Wilde.
Archaeology is a pertinent source of knowledge on ancient cultures – its enquiry deeply embedded in the past. Brussels-based landscape architect Bas Smets switches this timeline around as he looks towards designing what he calls ‘the archaeology of the future’.
An instructor at La Cambre Mode(s) for a decade, Pierre Daras is also artistic director for several brands that trust him with their image. TLmag met with this modest but dedicated man who gives us his – actually quite simple – vision of fashion.
Three years ago, Justine God left her job as a buyer in the textile industry to launch Imprévu, a women’s ready-to-wear brand. With a thoughtful business model and strong values, her label has found its place in the Belgian market, and soon abroad.
What does Ukrainian design look and feel like you amy wonder? The project ‘Endangered Design Techniques’ will show you the hidden gems of this country
Renowned Belgian photographer Serge Leblon joined forces with charity Adanso to create a compelling series of photographs to be sold for financing their educational projects with ESF in Burkina Faso
Adding to the rich culture of architecture and art in Chicago, Wrightwood 659 opens with an exhibition about renowned architects Tadao Ando and Le Corbusier
Several contemporary works of art will be finding their home in the newly renovated Royal Museum for Central Africa.
The light filters through the alabasters stone, gently illuminating a host of colors and veins that have been formed over thousands of years by the… Read more
Accra, like many capitals, is complex and teeming with life and energy – which makes it so deliciously invigorating.
Iran’s unexplored world of interior design and architecture are revealed in Lena Späth’s book Behind Closed Curtains: Interior Design In Iran
Guido Gryseels, Director General and Bruno Verbergt, Director of Operations at The Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervuren, talk about the re-opening of the… Read more