CERAMICS | ATELIER VIERKANT

The Belgian company Atelier Vierkant is a manufacturer of a wide range of ceramics for the garden and the home. For over 20 years AV has been producing a variety of beautifully shaped container, vases and objects made of clay. In addition to various planters, seating objects or objects with integrated LED lighting, AV also […]

VERNER PANTON | FLOWERPOT LAMP

Panton was an experienced artist in Odense; next, he studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Art (Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi) in Copenhagen, graduating in 1951. During the first two years of his career, 1950–1952, he worked at the architectural practice of Arne Jacobsen, another Danish architect, and furniture designer. Panton turned out to […]

SUYAMA PETERSON DEGUCHI ARCHITECTS | JUNSEI HOUSE

Designed for a couple interested in simplifying their lives and learning to live with less, The Junsei House was created with a holistic approach to designing architecture that is sustainable.   The house’s spaces give one a feeling of completeness, eliminating the need for more things. Simple, efficient and quiet in design, the house is […]

REFUGI LIEPTGAS|ARCHITEKTIN AAM

The refugi Lieptgas stands where in the past a wooden structure served as a shelter to the farming people. In front of the hut a small path leads into the forest of Flims, next to it the sculpture of a hollowed dead woodpecker tree. Opposite there is a stable, together they are forming a kind […]

AXEL VERVOORDT | IMPERFECT BEAUTY

“Decorate, not decorating,” proclaims Axel Vervoordt. The antique dealer, gallery owner, and philosopher, this 71-year-old Belgian is one of the most renowned interior design gurus on the planet. His minimalist and mystical spaces, devoid of artifice, are characterized by their extraordinary harmony and serenity.   Vervoodt is the ultimate champion of Wabi philosophy: an oriental-inspired […]

ERNO GOLDFINGER | PLYWOOD CHAIRS

Ernő Goldfinger RA (11 September 1902 – 15 November 1987) was a Hungarian-born architect and designer of furniture. He moved to the United Kingdom in the 1930s, and became a key member of the Modernist architectural movement. He is most prominently remembered for designing residential tower blocks, some of which are now listed buildings.   […]