Blanc Cassé Table

Steel, paint, varnish, 2015, 250 x 90 x 75 cm

unique piece

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Autoban to Present The Wish Machine in London

Next month at the first-ever London Design Biennale, Istanbul-based design studio Autoban will present “The Wish Machine” — one of 30 responses, from each of the 30 participating countries, to the theme “Utopia by Design”.

Chiseled Sofa

Kaspar Hamacher, 2017, Sofa in solid beech : 200 x 65 x 65 cm

Ron Arad Says Yes to Vitra

The Vitra Schaudepot is featuring the Israeli designer’s work, ranging from his early 1980s pieces to his recent experimental production

«Les vieux beaux» – Saint-Etienne

«Les vieux beaux» Where are the old municipal furniture elements ? Abraded, damaged or broked, they remain an excellent material. By repairing and transforming them, the ETC Collective create new objects,

Ways of Seeing at Villa Empain

The Boghossian Foundation is presenting an exhibition by curators Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath focused on the impact of visual culture

Jongjin Park: Porcelain Paper

Channeling the conceptual framework of an age-old Korean technique, experimental artisan Jongjin Park seeks to emulate the value of co-existence in the bespoke combination of paper and porcelain. The result is a series of iterative ceramic vessels.

Tafla Mirror: 04

Inflated stainless steel, steel mirroirs standing or hanging, thickness of 6 cm


RISD Craft 2016

Every year, Rhode Island School of Design invites the greater design community to a curated…


watercolor on Japanese paper,
framed and signed by the artist
20 x 30 cm
unique piece

Le Bistrot du Porche – Nantes

Le Bistrot du Porche – The bistro of the porch The urban development project planned the destruction of one the porches to improve the accessibility of the area from/to the city centre.


stoneware clay with shamott
28 x 32 x 26 cm
unique piece


A Strange Symphony – Glassblowing Trumpet

Glassblowing Trumpet – A Strange Symphony
stainless, copper, brass, Aluminium, welded, lathe-turned, constructed, 170 H x 20 x 15 cm, 2016, production: 1/3, only 3/3 available
20.000 € incl. VAT (6%)

A Strange Symphony (2013) In this project Philipp Weber altered the main tool of the glassblower,

The Soul of the Boijmans

Anima Mundi, a current exhibition at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, deals with the unexpected places where souls are found


Image  18×24 cm
Artist Frame 18×24 cm
Edition 8+2
All frames are mounted with anti reflection & UV protection glasses

3 Folds n° l

silkscreen print on paper, cut and folded, framed paper
size: 28 x 21 cm
framed:42,8 x 34,5 cm
unique piece
in a series of 15

Summer Zabuton

floor cushion, Igusa, traditional Japanese tatami material, straw, Japanese tatami edging (heri), polyester
56 x 56 x 4 cm

Soft Vessels on Stilts

Britannia silver 958 UK Hallmark, stainless steel, resin
L – 115 x 115 x 250 mm
M – 105 x 105 x 140 mm
S – 80 x 80 x 185 mm

Glass is Tomorrow: Domaine de Boisbuchet

8-14 September 2013
Domaine de Boisbuchet (FR)
Designers: Flavie Audi, Claire Baldeck, Jeanne Gautier, Steve Gibbs, Paul Haigh, Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard, David Hanauer
Glassblowers: George Kennard, Amy Kruger, Verena Schatz, Carl Siglin,

Rencontre lumineuse

acrylic and gouache on Arches paper
152 x 56 cm (2 panels of 76 x 56 cm)
signed and framed



screen printed fine art paper
9,6 x 10 x 3,5 cm

Take a seat! 280.000 seats for Graz

(How) can we transform a transition space into a common space, where people like to stay and to meet without being forced to consume? Inhabitants of the area will meet at Jakomini quarter to conquer the space.

Le Marché sur l’eau – Claye-Souily

Le Marché sur l’eau – The Market on water The idea came out after several meetings with the actors in fluvial navigation (boatmen) and market gardeners near Paris, Claire-Emmanuelle Hue decides to use fluvial navigation as a type of shipping and sell local products.

Lachaert Dhanis’ Game of Perception

With TROMPE L’OEIL, their first solo exhibition at London’s Gallery FUMI, the Belgian duo use discarded material to challenge our expectations about art and design

Studio Nedda

Belgian jewelry-maker and silversmith Nedda El-Asmar applies her delicate and nuanced approach to a range of applications including product and interior design. Trained at the prestigious Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp and the Royal College of Art London,


Since April 2016, Spazio Nobile (Brussels, BE) has highlighted expertise in design and the applied arts as well as in photography exhibiting collectible pieces, limited editions and one-of-a-kind experiences;

FH Joaneum interview with Frank van Hasselt

Frank van Hasselt is Chief Executive of Clear Village, a London-based charity that helps communities build a better future through creative regeneration. At the Graz symposium “Five Days in Jakomini”-experimentation labs he talks about the Clear Village charity and how stealing from other cities can be a good thing.

Pot petit bleu

45 years after his Golden Medal won at the Design Center Brussels, 1972, the Italian potter and ceramist Antonio Lampecco comes back to the contemporary scene at Spazio Nobile. As a passionate artist, he will never stop creating new typologies of objects, searching always for new cristalline glosses, glazes and firing processes. Looking back at the golden age of Maredsous Abbey, where Lampecco studied ceramics, we are reexploring with him the Maredsous school founded in 1903, which was from 1939 until the mid-1960s one of the excellence center for applied arts in Belgium, especially when speaking about training artists rather than craftsmen in the field of silversmithing and ceramics. Many of the masterpieces coming from Maredsous have been revealed to the public at the Expo 58 in Brussels.

Rusak Marcin

Marcin Rusak was born in 1987, in Warsaw, Poland. He now lives and works in London. Marcin situates his work at the intersection of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. He studies contemporary patterns of consumption,

square dish

shrunk porcelain
in a mould,
21 x 18 x 20 cm


Suspension lamp in perforated and folded metal sheet, equipped with a led railing, in collaboration with TF Urban and KKDC
Size : 75 x 85 x 90 cm

Video story – Hypermatière : contributive projects, spaces and economy

Hypermatière is a multidisciplinary group set up for Saint-Etienne Human Cities experimentations launched by Cité du design in 2016. Responding to Cité du design call for intitiative (CHOSE), several figures joined their forces: a designer studio and an independent designer: Captain Ludd and Magalie Rastello ;

Commerce Design 2008

0n 23 September 2008, Commerce Design Brussels had a full day of reflexion and exchange about the design of commercial spaces, on the occasion of the launch of an annual prize for the best designed sales points in the Brussels region.

Pao Hui Kao: A Journey of Material Development

Pao Hui Kao is a designer, researcher, and artist based in Eindhoven. She explores ‘ordinary’ materials in the creation of extraordinary aesthetics. TLmag caught up with her to talk about her work and presentation with Spazio Nobile Gallery.

Smets, Le Roux and a Biospheric Bench

For their most recent show at the Valerie Traan Gallery, Bas Smets and Eliane Le Roux have condensed time and biospheric processes into a piece of furniture


The program is made of leading European case studies with easily understandable, concrete, hands-on “How to-” lectures, from cities committed to use design as a tool for changing their urban and public spaces and transforming their public authorities’

Sustainable neighbourhood contract “Jardin aux Fleurs / Bloemenhof 2011-2015”

Contrat de Quartier durable Jardin aux Fleurs – Sustainable neighbourhood contract “Jardin aux fleur / Bloemenhof 2011-2015” Under the framework of Jardin aux Fleurs contract, the city commissioned local non-profit organization MAD (Fashion and Design Centre) and Recyclart Art Center to develop new street furniture to the square Jacques Brel involving designers and local residents.

The Silent Call of Emirati Design

In terms of international visibility, Dubai-born designer Khalid Shafar is leading the pack: Czech brand Lasvit recently unveiled a prayer-inspired light installation, their first collaboration together

Frederik Vercruysse for Limited Edition

Limited Edition is previewing three artistic commissions for its 25th anniversary at Art Brussels from April 19 to 23, including a photo series by Frederik Vercruysse.

Design Talk – 30 Nov, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Design Talk was a round-table creative discussion to tackle the question “What is curation in Asia?” We were joined by designers, industry experts, journalists and bloggers from around the world.
Florence Coirier: is founder of buyMeDesign and ‘curator of cool things.’ She will be hosting the evening’s discussion.

Dogstudio: Wildly Moving

We talked with Gilles Bazelaire and Gaëtan Libertiaux, from digital juggernaut Dogstudio, about their faith in Namur as a creative hub and the importance of print publications –even today

David Wiseman debuts Frogtown Studio

Last month, major American craftsperson David Wiseman revealed his new Los Angeles studio complex – before renovations – with a soft opening exhibition that surveys 14-years of his career.

Co-Creation Briefing #1- Ljubljana

The Ljubljana Human Cities team is opening the second stage of Human Cities project: EXPERIMENTING in the urban territories with citizens. What is experimentation process in the Human Cities project? Experimentation is a speculative method,


naturally dyed sheepskin quilts and interior objects
320 x 220 cm

Mumbai Goes MANIERA

For MANIERA 06, the Belgian gallery showcased handmade furniture from Bijoy Jain’s Studio Mumbai

The Edge of Silence – Large

Falaise #8, Triptych
Côte d’Albâtre, 2013
Limited edition with 8 + 2 artist’s proofs. Pigment print on pure cotton paper, on the reverse signed, titled, dated and numbered,

Workshop: Co-Creation in Tallinn

Have you ever gone about your daily life and thought ’I wish could time-out, just exit the whole thing for 20 minutes and then come back rejuvenated and full of energy’?

Beogradska nedelja dizajna – Belgrade

Beogradska nedelja dizajna – Belgrade Design Week Founded in 2005, as a true rarity in the world of festivals – as a non-profit NGO, Belgrade Design Week is the first festival of creative industries and modern business in Serbia and the South East European region,

Les Bergers Urbains – Ile de France & Roubaix

Les Bergers Urbains – The Urban Sheaperds Every year some hectares of farmland disappear in favor of urban area extension (85% of the French population lives in urban areas. Source: INSEE).

Carine Boxy: Soft as the Moon, Rough as the Earth

Deep in the middle of the Flemish fields, Belgian designer Carine Boxy creates large interior landscapes of sheepskin that drape over floors, walls and furniture. Her beautiful workplace breathes her aesthetics: rough,

N°15 – On Colours

With A Strange Symphony on Colors Philipp Weber explores the technical innovation of a new glassblowing tool, which he developed in the preceding project A Strange Symphony. The designer developed a new trumpet-inspired glassblowing pipe which enables the craftsman to shape the inner cavities of the glass. Applying several valves at the top of the pipe, the glassblower creates a variety of air chambers inside the glass instead of having only one using the conventional pipe. The separated spaces inside the glass make for multiple light refractions. By applying colors on each chamber these refractions create a chromatic mingle. At times deceiving the perception.This project is ongoing and can be understood as a study of light and color in glass, using the tool innovation from A Strange Symphony. Design Concept: Philipp Weber Glassblowing: Christophe Genard.

The Secret Life of Urban Plants

Artist Lise Duclaux closely and playfully observes the world around us. Her current exhibition focuses on ‘Little Plants in the Crannied Sidewalk’

Sonic Arcade at MAD

This autumn and winter, New York’s MAD Museum dedicates the majority of its galleries to an immersive series of interactive installations that reveal the wide history and application of sound art.

Nasza Polska

Bringing contemporary Polish design into the spotlight, Nasza Polska (translating as ‘our Poland’) was an unparalleled touring-exhibition gathering up-and-coming talents, established studios and legendary masters – working in Poland and abroad.

Seoul City Report

Capital of South Korea, Seoul is a huge metropolis where sky-scrapers, high-tech undergrounds and pop culture are next to the Buddhist temples, to palaces and to street markets.

Il Giardino degli Aromi – Milan

Il Giardino degli Aromi – The Seasoning’s Garden Il Giardino degli Aromi was set up because of the will of re-appropriation of a disused park from a group of women passionate in plantation.

Lady in Quimono

collage, mixed media,
framed and signed by the artist
76 x 104 cm, framed


Opening of Season VI – Blauw. Ceci n’est pas une couleur

Stockmans and Vercruysse share that culture of minerality which is the focus of Spazio Nobile’s exhibitions. By reducing ornamentation in their essential and existential approach, the two creators give form to the idea of Blauw. Ceci n’est pas une couleur. More than a pigment, it is a primary colour that oscillates on the border between shadow and light: the ultramarine of cobalt, from sky to sea, from the still image to the porcelain piece.

TF Urban at St Etienne Biennale

Prototypes of urban furniture reinvented for the changing nature of work and public spaces are being tested by TF Urban in St-Ettiene until April 9.

The New Radicals of Arita

Six Netherlands-based artists and designers went to Arita, in Japan, for a porcelain residency. The results are showcased in New Radicals, an exhibition at this year’s Dutch Design Week.

Miroir-fenêtre (Black)

Pastel sec sur papier et marbre
/Dry pastel on paper and marble
65 cm x 50 cm
(dimensions variables)

Studio views by Margaux Nieto

Kuramoto Jin

Born in Hyogo prefecture, Japan and graduated from Kanazawa College of Art, Department of Design, Kuramoto worked from 2000 until 2008 as in-house designer for various companies. He founded Jin Kuramoto Studio in Tokyo in 2008.


wet plate collodion, 3 tintypes, signature engraved on the back of the plates, framed
20x20cm (86 x 41cm framed)
8 + 2AP