WDSTCK Burned coffee table

When working on my kitchen I improvised for some time with my old kitchen table, a table that I bought when I was nineteen for the first ever home I shared with the father of my children. We had wooden floors sisal squared carpet and walls painted in pale pink and blue. I remember how […]

Brutalism and minimal aesthetics | shop my style

Last year I already had the chance to see a glimpse of the new collection in Copenhagen and when recently strolling through the catalogue of 101 Copenhagen I fell in love all over again with their style and collection. Many of the new pieces I could without any doubt add to my interior as they […]

Chaud Side tables by Charlotte Jonckheer

Another sculptural design on the blog today, I hope you enjoy seeing discoveries like this as much as you love the different homes, design news and ceramics I post on the blog. With the first fairs behind me and looking forward to Milan Design week… let’s hope Corona virus will be under control by then, […]

Brutalist Silence | A brutalist creative hubby Annabell Kutucu

Some time ago I covered an amazing apartment in Vienna on the blog, A monochrome apartment in Vienna It wasn’t the first time I showed the work of Annabell Kutucu and recently I came across her latest project located in the newest of Berlin’s community space Marina Marina, a re-positioning of 1950’s architecture at the waterfront, and home […]

New images from Rick Owens Milan store | Milan design week

I never leave Milan without visiting my favourite stores and Rick Owens is certainly one of them, not only the store, but also the changing collections and the people working at Rick Owens are just amazing. Unfortunately the furniture collection is way above my budget but one can dream right! Here are a few snapshots […]

ANTHOLOGY | Vincenzo De Cotiis | Milan design week 2019

Milan design week 2019 is over… can we do it all over again!? I had a fantastic week filled with inspiration, good food, a bit of sun and a lovely w/ Style collaboration. While being in Milan I always take some time off from the many special Milan design week projects and visit my favourite Milanese designers and showrooms. […]

Arno de Clercq AD5/19 | Milan design week preview

Really happy to give you sneak preview of the 5th collection of Arno de Clercq that will be launched during Milan Design week, thé most exciting design event of the year taking place from April 08-14 2019. I visit the event for many years now and beside feeling at home as soon as we land […]

Raw and minimalistic pottery by Wu Wei Cheng

It took me some time to get in touch with Wu Wei Cheng, a Taiwanese potter I discovered some time ago on Instagram but today I love to show his work. I fell in love with the raw minimalistic appearance of his tea pots and cups. Being a self-taught potter Wu took about ten years to grow from a […]

Manifest Cabinet | Studio apartment visit | 3 days of design

How did you like the pictures of the building in my former post Købmandsgården tour with Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen are you up for more raw and unpolished? Last year I showed you the minimalistic Frama studio apartment already, this year the apartment formed the backdrop of the Frama collection and was it the Manifest Cabinet that caught my eye! The […]

Embrace Melancholy | 3 favourite objects by Nel Verbeke

Yesterday I showed you the BRUT installation I visited in Milan BRUT | A collective of Six Belgian designers  and I could easily dedicate a post to each of them, as a matter of fact I wrote a blog about the work of Ben Storms  four years ago. Today I love to point out three favourite […]

BRUT | A collective of Six Belgian designers

Guess I am saving the best for last with this exhibition I visited in the Solari district in Milan. Hidden in a small street a white space formed the perfect backdrop for this exhibition by a group of six Belgian designers. Objects were placed on different shaped ‘islands’ connected by coal chunks representing the Belgian […]

A favourite Milan fashion store | Rick Owens Milan 2018

There are a number of stores I never skip when I am in Milan, and although most of the furniture was shipped to LA because of a Birckenstock collaboration I still enjoyed my visit to Rick Owens’ store. I guess the large furniture pieces, as seen in this exhibition I showed on the blog before: Subhuman […]