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.
Internoconcucina is a food-styling studio that combines research and design, focussing on food and the universe that surrounds it.
Tailor-made and ultra comfortable mattresses - the people at muun know that sleep is anything but overrated.
A girl from the city of San Fran with exceptional woodworking skills that takes her inspiration from the rugged landscape that surrounds her.
Charlotte Greeven worked on delicate costumes for an upcoming stop-motion movie in our beautiful Vaudeville Theatre.
Justine Ashbee takes us into her imaginative world in which she creates refined wall-hangings and other textile objects.
We invited the girls behind Living - Rooms: a creative platform that presents works of art, design and craftsmanship in existing homes.
With The Loft we bring spaces to life – by decorating them with all our favourite finds in the field of furniture, arts, accessories and curiosa. This was the first edition!
It doesn't matter whether you use them at the workbench or at home, the leather aprons and by Witloft are built to last.
Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. He designed the Lampe Gras in 1921.
The Ace Hotel is based on a solid foundation of fun and experiment. Their no fuzz approach has guaranteed them a unique spot in the hotel realm.
Daniel Heer is one of the last artisans who keeps the ancient craft of horsehair mattresses alive whilst perpetuating his family's tradition in his own way.
Raisa Kingma talks about the inspiration she draws from Japanese and ancient Egyptian art while working on some new illustrations.
Elisa Cavani creates artefacts and furniture pieces that re-purpose discarded materials into clever objects that spark the imagination.
Lisette Ros brought one of her performances questioning our daily rhythms and habits to the Vaudeville Theater.