100 Years Of Bauhaus

Bauhaus is mostly associated with design and architecture — with pragmatic functionalism, geometric shapes and primary colors that would finally say goodbye to nostalgic ornaments and historical references. The catastrophic experiences of WWI motivated the Bauhauslers to rethink life, society and the everyday world radically…

Sincretismo by EWE Studio

EWE Studio’s latest collection Sincretismo subtly draws upon ancient wisdom, rituals, forms and materials of pre-hispanic cultures, which infuse EWE’s works with a richness. The collection embraces hand-carved techniques of wood, marble and stone indigenous to Mexico.

Arno Declercq: Raw and Graceful Design

Belgian furniture designer and art dealer, Arno Declercq, makes sculptural objects with a great passion for design, atmosphere, history and craft. After many travels and learning about interior design, materials, history and African art he opened his own gallery focusing on ethnographic art and design.

Collective/Collectible by MASA

Their inaugural exhibition, Collective/Collectible, features leading artists and designers from Mexico whose work challenges hierarchies of function and expression. Exhibiting artists include Pedro Reyes, Alma Allen, Frida Escobedo, Héctor Esrawe, Jose Dávila, Tezontle Studio and others.

Fitzroy House by Hecker Guthrie

Fitzroy House sees a warm and earthy palette set in amongst the heart of Fitzroy. A collaboration with JCB architects, the multi-residential development is proposed as a light insertion into the vibrant and energetic fabric of its surrounding residential-rich neighbours.

The Soulless Village

Nowadays, this small town is a place like any other. However in the woman's imagination, Lonewosuss was a dream, the refuge, the salvation, the adventure. A place where finally she could find herself, where she could express herself but also be understood.

Corso Italia Apartment by SET Architects

SET Architects (Lorenzo Catena, Onorato di Manno, Andrea Tanci) completes an early 1900 apartment that plays on the dialogue between history and modernity. The use of natural materials such as wood and marble, the careful study of colors and the relationship between light and shadows …