×

Subscribe to our newsletter

Highlights From the Previous Week, Partnered Events and Haikus. View our Newsletter archive

MAD Brussels Presents 8 Young Wolves at Biennale Interieur

Visitors to the much-anticipated 25th edition of the Interieur Biennale can look forward to a well-curated selection of international designers, studios, and brands, alongside the very best of Belgian design. Among the many local flavors, the Mode and Design Centre — better known as MAD Brussels —...
Scroll right to read more ›
Text by Ray Hu

Visitors to the much-anticipated 25th edition of the Interieur Biennale can look forward to a well-curated selection of international designers, studios, and brands, alongside the very best of Belgian design. Among the many local flavors, the Mode and Design Centre — better known as MAD Brussels — will present eight “young wolves” from Brussels at the expo center. From strict geometries to organic forms, from finely handcrafted furniture to futuristic bicycles, the exhibitors offer a cross-section of young Belgian design talent.

The eight “Young Wolves” include: Ateliers J & J, Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte, Pierre Coddens, Frederik Delbart, Laend, Kaju Design, Jo-a, and Ecce Cycles. Find them at the MAD Brussels presentation at the Biennale Interieur, Kortrijk Xpo, Hall 1, Stand F1-01, from 14–23 October.

Main image: Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte

Ateliers J&J
Ateliers J&J
Laend
Laend
Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte
Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte
Pierre Coddens
Pierre Coddens
Kaju Design
Kaju Design
Jo-a
Jo-a
Frederik Delbart
Frederik Delbart
Ecce Cycles
Ecce Cycles
Back

Articles you also might like

Berlin Art Glass debuted their new lighting brand ANALOG in Alcova Sassetti last Milan Design Week. The first series of this brand is called On Movement and Material and is created in collaboration with Philip Weber, the new Artistic Director of this cultural institution. He took the time to sit down with TLmag and talk about the lighting brand and his new position.