Hard return
Hard return

The New Brutalism. Feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Hard return
Hard return

The New Brutalism feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Hard return
Hard return

The New Brutalism feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Domestic drama
Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama
Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama
Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama
Domestic drama
'Life work'
'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Life work'
'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Life work'
'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Power surge'
'Power surge'

Studio visit with the Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis in Rotterdam for Wallpaper* March 2017

'Power surge'
'Power surge'

Studio visit with the Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis in Rotterdam for Wallpaper* March 2017

Best armour | Design Awards, February 2017
Best armour | Design Awards, February 2017

In times of unrest, we all need some kind of armour, but Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo took the concept to new levels, [...] Arguing for beauty over brute force, the precisely cut voluminous layers explode like high-impact flower bombs. 

 

 

 

Atelier Yul's carryalls are the perfect companion for creators
Atelier Yul's carryalls are the perfect companion for creators

Atelier YUL, a minimal accessories brand for creatives who need to carry around their sometimes unconventionally sized and shaped materials.
 

Window shopping: the RIBA unveils its 2016 Regent Street project
Window shopping: the RIBA unveils its 2016 Regent Street project

Amid Regent Street’s hustle and bustle, there’s not always much time to stop and take in the lavishly designed displays – but the RIBA Regent Street Windows project is back for its seventh year to give us pause.
 

London Fashion Week coverage
London Fashion Week coverage
Beetles and bodies: Jan Fabre takes his universe to Ronchini Gallery
Beetles and bodies: Jan Fabre takes his universe to Ronchini Gallery

'I’m sort of a servant of beauty', says Jan Fabre, looking around the Ronchini Gallery in Mayfair. He’s taking in the selection of works that form his solo exhibition ‘Knight of the Night’ – works, he says with a wondrous expression, he hasn’t seen in about 20 years.

Signature ceramics: Markus Karstieß' performative porcelain
Signature ceramics: Markus Karstieß' performative porcelain

Markus Karstieß, a German sculptor, takes cues from the latter form of symbolism and ancient art history for an exhibition at Bruce Haines Mayfair.
 

Behind the set: Jonathan Saunders takes his designs into broad daylight
Behind the set: Jonathan Saunders takes his designs into broad daylight

The transparent tent let the bright autumn light in unmercifully, and mirrors placed at varying angles at the edges of venue cast the light back, brightly illuminating Saunders’ signature coloured garments.
 

The Secret Life of the Pencil
The Secret Life of the Pencil

A collection of close-up images made by Alex Hammond and Mike Tinney document that most accessible of creative devices: the pencil. 

 

 

Art Brussels 2015
Art Brussels 2015
Steven Meisel's Role Play
Steven Meisel's Role Play

'Role Play' brings together Steven Meisel's most notable photographs, taken over three decades, from his seminal grunge photograph of Daniel Blaylock and Kristen McMenamy to his images of establishment supers like Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista
 

Delvaux's new London home
Delvaux's new London home

Belgian heritage brand Delvaux opens its first London home on New Bond Street

December Beauty Pick: Kunst K
December Beauty Pick: Kunst K

Kunst K, a New York-based skincare brand, integrates ancient knowledge of the benefits of vitamins and oils with modern lab technology.

Leather label VSP unveils its latest collection with Hussein Chalayan
Leather label VSP unveils its latest collection with Hussein Chalayan

To coincide with the launch of the new collection, VSP has unveiled a new Paris flagship store designed by Istanbul-based architect Han Tümertekin. 

Bulgari opens a Rome gallery dedicated to the jewels that shaped its legacy
Bulgari opens a Rome gallery dedicated to the jewels that shaped its legacy

As the culmination of Bulgari's ongoing project of reacquiring its historical jewels, a growing Heritage Collection that was previously itinerant is now permanently housed in DOMVS, a gallery space above the Italian jeweller’s Via dei Condotti boutique in Rome.

Neuschwanstein Castle’s servants’ kitchen inspires new utilitarian Belgian design
Kaan Architecten’s Belgian crematorium encourages introspection
Contemporary artists find a common thread with 1970s and 1980s Belgian textile art
Stéphane Parmentier puts a graphic spin on hardware design with divine new collection
Photographer Athos Burez pays tribute to Flemish Masters with a fresh spin on baroque
Sustainable beauty co-op Récolte goes big on branding in Brussels
Hard return
Hard return
Hard return
The Brick answers Antwerp's design gym call
Ampla House, Ghent, Belgium
Hotel Hygge
Domestic drama
Domestic drama
Domestic drama
Domestic drama
Marvais: meeting of minds
Yadoya, Brussels, Belgium
MoMu explores Martin Margiela's time at Hermès
'Life work'
'Life work'
'Life work'
For keeps: the signet ring's new stacking form
'Power surge'
'Power surge'
Best armour | Design Awards, February 2017
Precious spirit: ten years of Ann Demeulemeester's darkly poetic jewellery
Stranger things: Kepler explores duality in fashion and beyond
FEIT's handcrafted footwear takes a principled stance
Atelier Yul's carryalls are the perfect companion for creators
Hat tricks: milliner Stephen Jones traces a lifetime of souvenirs
Flight of fancy: Paola Navone breathes new life into Joyce
Perfect form: Erwin Blumenfeld’s complex early works
So far, so good: Tsatsas and Kvadrat bags are textile treats
South side: Wallonia’s contemporary architecture is surveyed at the Sicli Pavilion
Haute house: Elie Saab opens its first London flagship
Window shopping: the RIBA unveils its 2016 Regent Street project
Modern Latin American architecture through the lens of Leonardo Finotti
Brand from the bloc: Budapest label ÁERON’s subdued minimalism
Vibrant voices: exploring the buzz around this year's IST Festival in Istanbul
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo lays bare the house's artistic inspirations
Renaissance man: Jan Fabre’s sculptural dialogue with Florence
Celebrating the old: La Boverie breathes new life to Liège’s Fine Arts Museum
Conversation and community: Independent art fair lands in Brussels
Fare for the curious: Art Brussels 2016 banks on rediscovery
Scanned soles: WeberHodelFeder explores new concepts for A/W 2016
Travel: RAS, Antwerp, Belgium
Iconic Brutalist: Van Wassenhove House by Juliaan Lampens opens its doors
Lease on life: a renovation revitalises Richard Neutra's Josef Kun House #1
London Fashion Week coverage
Beetles and bodies: Jan Fabre takes his universe to Ronchini Gallery
Embellished landscapes: Isabelle Cornaro's transformation of La Verrière
Menswear A/W 2016
Power move: Michaël Verheyden’s new objects at Graanmarkt 13
Signature ceramics: Markus Karstieß' performative porcelain
Secret tongues: Caterina Silva shares her intuitive visual language
Healing jewels: introducing Vk Lillie’s one-of-a-kind medicine bags
London bijou brand Studio Uribe joins Paris Fashion Week’s expanding jewellery showcase
Behind the set: Jonathan Saunders takes his designs into broad daylight
A fashion journey: Louis Vuitton unveils Series 3 exhibition in London
Tassos Gkekas brings 'Investment Opportunities' to VOLKS gallery, Cyprus
Home Port: Christian Wijnants opens first flagship in Antwerp
A new Antwerp exhibition tracks the footprint of fashion's designer shoes
Crisp shirting: in-grid streamlines the classic wardrobe staple
The progressive tense: erotic magazine L’imparfaite’s aesthetic finale
Between painting and sculpture
In bloom: Eddie Borgo's flowering A/W 2015 bijou collection and debut bag offering
'Floating, Falling, Drowning, Flying - An Introspective of Process'
The Secret Life of the Pencil
The Hepworth Wakefield: modern sculpture with a human soul
Art Brussels 2015
Richard Kilroy draws together fashion illustrators for a new book
Strolling in an Hermès Wanderland
Steven Meisel's Role Play
Delvaux's new London home
December Beauty Pick: Kunst K
Leather label VSP unveils its latest collection with Hussein Chalayan
Bulgari opens a Rome gallery dedicated to the jewels that shaped its legacy
Royal College of Art graduate fashion show 2014
Hard return

The New Brutalism. Feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Hard return

The New Brutalism feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Hard return

The New Brutalism feature on the newest Fosbury & Sons outpost in Brussels. Wallpaper* July 2018

Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama

Interview with Brussels-based designer Xavier Lust for the In Residence feature of Wallpaper*'s January 2018 issue. 

Domestic drama
'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Life work'

The new Antwerp penthouse Belgian architect Glenn Sestig designed for the artists Luc Tuymans and Carla Arocha. Wallpaper* April 2017

'Power surge'

Studio visit with the Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis in Rotterdam for Wallpaper* March 2017

'Power surge'

Studio visit with the Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis in Rotterdam for Wallpaper* March 2017

Best armour | Design Awards, February 2017

In times of unrest, we all need some kind of armour, but Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo took the concept to new levels, [...] Arguing for beauty over brute force, the precisely cut voluminous layers explode like high-impact flower bombs. 

 

 

 

Atelier Yul's carryalls are the perfect companion for creators

Atelier YUL, a minimal accessories brand for creatives who need to carry around their sometimes unconventionally sized and shaped materials.
 

Window shopping: the RIBA unveils its 2016 Regent Street project

Amid Regent Street’s hustle and bustle, there’s not always much time to stop and take in the lavishly designed displays – but the RIBA Regent Street Windows project is back for its seventh year to give us pause.
 

London Fashion Week coverage
Beetles and bodies: Jan Fabre takes his universe to Ronchini Gallery

'I’m sort of a servant of beauty', says Jan Fabre, looking around the Ronchini Gallery in Mayfair. He’s taking in the selection of works that form his solo exhibition ‘Knight of the Night’ – works, he says with a wondrous expression, he hasn’t seen in about 20 years.

Signature ceramics: Markus Karstieß' performative porcelain

Markus Karstieß, a German sculptor, takes cues from the latter form of symbolism and ancient art history for an exhibition at Bruce Haines Mayfair.
 

Behind the set: Jonathan Saunders takes his designs into broad daylight

The transparent tent let the bright autumn light in unmercifully, and mirrors placed at varying angles at the edges of venue cast the light back, brightly illuminating Saunders’ signature coloured garments.
 

The Secret Life of the Pencil

A collection of close-up images made by Alex Hammond and Mike Tinney document that most accessible of creative devices: the pencil. 

 

 

Art Brussels 2015
Steven Meisel's Role Play

'Role Play' brings together Steven Meisel's most notable photographs, taken over three decades, from his seminal grunge photograph of Daniel Blaylock and Kristen McMenamy to his images of establishment supers like Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista
 

Delvaux's new London home

Belgian heritage brand Delvaux opens its first London home on New Bond Street

December Beauty Pick: Kunst K

Kunst K, a New York-based skincare brand, integrates ancient knowledge of the benefits of vitamins and oils with modern lab technology.

Leather label VSP unveils its latest collection with Hussein Chalayan

To coincide with the launch of the new collection, VSP has unveiled a new Paris flagship store designed by Istanbul-based architect Han Tümertekin. 

Bulgari opens a Rome gallery dedicated to the jewels that shaped its legacy

As the culmination of Bulgari's ongoing project of reacquiring its historical jewels, a growing Heritage Collection that was previously itinerant is now permanently housed in DOMVS, a gallery space above the Italian jeweller’s Via dei Condotti boutique in Rome.

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