The enfant terrible of Spanish architecture
Known as an architect with a great creativity, Enric Miralles was defined as the enfant terrible of Spanish architecture.
Stars and flowers
Walking through this garden with Oudolf is an exercise in looking and not knowing where to start.
Built on the ruins of a Romanesque chapel, Fondation Maeght is actually a mausoleum.
At Dalí’s house in Portlligat
Time stood still and the domestic staff kept it just as it was until the Dalí Foundation set it up as a museum in 1997.
A timeless love with Barcelona
Picasso had a multifaceted relationship with ceramics from the beginning.
3 days of design
Last edition of 3 Days of Design was a special one for the brand MOR Design.
Weekend Max Mara
In this house, which played host to huge concerts in the 50s, 60s and 70s, today you can hear only birdsong.
The story of Es Bec d’Aguila began in the 19th century when a family of Menorcan traders built their weekend getaway high up on a hill surrounded by rural landscape.
Weekend Max Mara
Dressed in my favourite Weekend Max Mara garments, I feel the salt caress my shirt while my skirt performs a contemporary dance.
For Jay Vosoghi, the main challenge during this period was to carry the project through, ensuring the necessary quality and the collaboration of the artisans who helped to bring it to fruition.
Weekend Max Mara
With the Pasticcino Bag as luggage in each escape, this travel companion must contain everything necessary for living beyond any limits.
At Arm’s Length
It is amazing to see the Brancusi sculptures in situ. These vignettes from an artistic life offer intimate sculptural conversations.
How Profound is the Air
People visiting Chillida Leku can wander about the space, guided by their own intuition and following the fragrance —in the artist’s own words— of the works.
Amaryllis Jacobs and Kwinten Lavigne are the founders of the Belgian gallery Maniera, which displays furniture in the privacy of their own home.
Dedicate one’s life for the sake of Pierre Paulin’s utopias
While both Benjamin and Alice had initially very different passions in life, the adventure of Pierre Paulin’s design overtook everything.
The Art Manifesto of Axel Vervoordt
Kanaal represents the philosophy that Axel Vervoordt began to develop in the late 1960s and it is an important milestone in his life.
How the Story of a Style Evolves
We share a weekend with Axel Vervoordt to discuss travel, collecting and style.
Expormim has built on a close-knit combination of personal and professional experience, guided by an ethical, social and cultural commitment.
From a Clear Height
The water had gone cold and my fingertips were furrowed with tiny wrinkles. Even so, I lingered in the bathtub gazing at the endless myriad of colours.
An ancient Japanese pilgrimage road consisting of a series of sacred routes that put you in touch with the strength of the Shinto nature.
Introducing Issue Nº13
At this moment we can take time to reflect on what it is to be home, to take care of our loved ones, and to really appreciate what we have.
It was only a question of time for Persuade boutique to pay tribute not just to Martin Margiela but to one of the most important eras in the history of fashion.
Minimalism is a term that is often misconstrued in this day and age.
A Family Affair
Although El Celler de Can Roca has three Michelin stars and was twice voted into the number one spot by the jury of the Worlds 50 Best, the Roca brothers remain reassuringly down-to-earth, a quality they attribute to never having erred too far from their roots.
Chandigarh Belongs to Him
It is his cousin that usually takes the credit for this city, but immersing yourself in the life here you realise it is Jeanneret to whom the city really belongs.
Miquel Alzueta welcomes me to his Barcelona home in a white shirt, braces and baggy corduroy trousers, all suggestive of a highly original personality.
Frames by Expormim
Chic, inviting, lightweight and dynamic… Defining the Frames collection by Expormim is tantamount to describing the personality of its designer, Jaime Hayon.
Benoit-Pierre Emery’s design quest for silk and space
Creative Director at Hermès, Benoit-Pierre Emery’s love of silk scarves has resulted in a personal collection of over 10,000 vintage pieces.
Made by Teixidors
Two blankets designed together with Teixidors in the finest ecological, sustainable wool and silk perfect for curling up on the sofa, or to be warn as a shawl on cold winter days.
An A. Lange & Söhne event by Openhouse
In October, Openhouse organised an event to launch the new DATOGRAPH UP/DOWN “Lumen” by German fine watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne.
Gata unites all the values that Miguel and Gonzalo Milà seek in good design: resistance, low weight, timeless appeal, versatility and visual harmony.
There’s one woman who has been a true inspiration to me since the first day we met: entrepreneur Alexandra Nodes.
John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin
A towering and meditative villa nesting amongst the trees yet striking in contrast to the backdrop of the sky, it was designed and built by John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin.
Dining with Alexandre Gauthier
An elegant sixteenth century farmhouse on the edge of a quiet river lined with aromatic plants and centenarian trees.
Francesca Sarti & Food
Francesca has developed forms of experimentation that push and blur the boundaries of food design since she founded Arabeschi di Latte.
An avant-garde heritage
Rosa Orrantia is the owner of Persuade, one of the world’s top fashion boutiques located in Bilbao.
Ideas are intangible. They have led us to design cities and establish ways of life from the beginning of time.
Exhibition by Openhouse & USM
Openhouse together with USM transformed the Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe into a house.
Hida is an area known for its master carpenters, the Hida-takumi, whose distinctive and impeccable technique made them highly sought after throughout history.
The community is at the heart of Teixidors, improving the economic independence and social integration for people with learning difficulties.
Brand Editorial Issue 9
Selected pieces of Hermès, Loewe, Mykita and Ochre among others.
Casa de Blas by Campo Baeza
Two opposing elements, a glass box resting on a concrete volume, both parts blend seamlessly into the landscape.
A morning with Xavier Corberó
He lights a cigarette; the smoke is dense and it curls among the sculptures that surround him.
Brand Editorial Issue 6
Selected pieces from Enea, Zuzunaga, Lobster's Day, Marset, Teixidors, Carl Hansen & Søn, Gebrüeder Thonet Vienna and Usm.
The Many Flavours of Smoke
It started in Barcelona, when a group of friends who missed the food from their home countries, began to cook.
If you think Shukri and Viveca's shop is beautiful, wait until you see their studio/home. It is a haven for designers and makers with a light that streams through the windows and a great view of the sea.
The contrasts of Villa Lena are both in its life and its design, serenity and wildness in equal measure, whichever you require.
Her home, her Work, her Parties
Niki and her boyfriend Joe have a wonderful house in Raval, that regularly rents out rooms, but this is no ordinary stay.
The home of Architect Jørn Utzon
This building is modern, yet had the feeling of a roman bath house, ancient, and set to its cliff top position.
The Beautiful Lady Of The Sea
Take charge of a wooden sailboat would entail a great responsibility. I wanted to pick up the phone and calling home, but I refrained.
Interview to Luis and Jacobo
They met three years ago through common friends, and soon after decided to set up a business that joined their different interests together.