Barcelona-based Openhouse Magazine is a platform that showcases all sorts of home-based creative ventures.
Between the historical warehouses at the Prinseneiland, there’s a dock overlooking the canals that serves as the fifth location of Delight Yoga.
Meet Mr. Benjamin a true dandy with an exquisite taste and an appreciation for quality over quantity.
This story starts with a place, rather than a product. An old abandoned mill in the woods of Pennsylvania, where Jonathan Weiss started playing with old sound systems.
Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. He designed the Lampe Gras in 1921.
Overgaard & Dyrman combine traditional saddle making techniques with modern technology to create mindbending designs.
The girls from De Plaatjesmakers built a whole photographic lab to show us the process behind the craft of collodion wet plate photography.
Our Loft got a little botanical input by illustrator Maartje van den Noort, who made some of her signature floral drawings.
Brass is the metal of choice for artist Bregje Sliepenbeek. Its versatility and the way it catches the light are what make it her perfect staple material.
A retrospective of the Dutch artist reveals his history and the hidden symbolism in his paintings. An in-depth talk with grandson and Loft founder, Floris Koch.
Eginstill makes kitchens that are so grand, all you'll ever want is to hang out next to the fridge all day. Expect lots of marble, steel and wood with these guys.
Join us for a beautiful exhibition at the Atelier de Vijzel with photography by artist Marie-Claire Greve.
The Memento, a chair in its purest form as two leather rectangles with a steel lining. Designer Jesse Sanderson came up with the design of the chair as a reaction to nowadays standards.
Illustrator Marina Guiu packed her pens and pencils and travelled all the way from Barcelona to work at one of our lofty locations.
At Barbiers Originals, every piece of metal comes with a lengthy history. These long-lived and original materials are crafted into unique pieces of furniture.
The field between glaze and shape is a common playground where the energy sparkles when it comes to the pottery crafted by studio K.H. Würtz.