October 24, 2016

The Kolors – Episode 4




October 12, 2016

A walk with “Bonjour Georges”

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With a Swedish mother and an Italian father, Cristina is today the happy mummy to Alex (Alexandre), 4 and Loulou (Louis), 3. In the meantime, we can follow their daily adventures on Instagram @bonjourgeorgesContinue

October 11, 2016

Patricia Goijens’s cat



The photographer and interior stylist Patricia Goijens has an unerring eye for the original, the unusual and the beautiful, which she captures for her clients and on her blog, No Glitter No Glory. An interview, head-to-head, with her cat, George.Continue

October 11, 2016

Thierry Boutemy’s bouquet

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Each month, a bouquet, a florist. Continue

October 11, 2016

Philippe Koeune



There’s Philippe and then there’s Koeune. Or Philippe Koeune. Or PK. In short, he’s a guy with plenty of imagination who amuses himself by putting his name on the pages of ripped-up magazines.Continue

October 11, 2016

Séverine Piette



There’s day, and there’s night. By night, the illustrator Séverine Piette goes wild with her special charcoal pencil (that you can only get in New York) for Recto Verso. Continue

October 11, 2016

The Kolors – Episode 3



Episode 3: Brown checking your opinion, Green about a certain vegetable juice, Orange about communication and Black about himself.Continue

October 11, 2016

Moïse Mann’s figurine



Moïse Mann is above all, a man who loves beautiful stones. He has run his jewellery business since 2009, creating unique, exceptional pieces for a discerning clientèle. He confided in us through the prism of a single, unique object. His fetish object, basically.Continue

October 11, 2016

In the bathroom with Valère Thoelen



You couldn’t have predicted Valère Thoelen would end up in the fashion world. Or was it the influence of the famous Antwerp Six? After studying graphic design at the Antwerp Academy, this solitary aesthete worked for Versace Belgium for ten years before being appointed artistic director of the Antwerp style temple, Verso. From marble to mirrors, we checked out his beauty routine.Continue

October 11, 2016

Junko Nakamura’s book

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Every month, a book. Composition around “La Visite” from Junko Nakamura.Continue

September 22, 2016

The Kolors – Episode 2



Episode 2: Red about exercises, Yellow about T.V. and Blue about Art.Continue

September 8, 2016

The sport centre La Fraineuse by Baukunst

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The domain of the Fraineuse château in Spa has been home for the past thirty years to one of Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles’ high level sport training centres. Following a competitive tender won by the Brussels based architects Baukunst in 2010, the centre opened its new facility at the start of 2016.Continue

September 7, 2016

The Kolors


We are pleased to welcome your future best friends, The Kolors : a gently whacky and slightly borderline tribe made of seven colorful people.
Episode 1: The introductions.Continue

September 7, 2016

A bouquet by Larissa di Pietrantonio



Every month a florist, a bouquetContinue

September 7, 2016

Yann Kebbi’s book

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Every month, a book. Composition around “Monotypes” from Yann Kebbi.Continue

September 7, 2016

Frederik Delbart

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Once he had created a table called RectoVerso, we couldn’t resist offering the Belgian designer Frederik Delbart our cover.Continue

September 7, 2016

In the workshop with Van Den Weghe

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The Belgian company Van Den Weghe imports, cuts and shapes natural stone and marble. Rather than making do with an internationally famous workshop, owner Tanguy Van Quickenborne, a contemporary art fanatic, is curating “Van Den Weghe Items”.Continue

September 7, 2016

Denis Meyer’s Fire extinguisher

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With over 14 000 visitors in three months, the urban artist Denis Meyer’s Remember Souvenir exhibition/performance made a deep impression. We look back on his relationship with objects, including one of his fetishes: the fire extinguisher.Continue

August 8, 2016

Escuyer’s socks


The backstage of a belgian brand. How to make a sock from A to Z. Continue

July 18, 2016

On Atelier Relief’s desk

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Atelier Relief is several things at once: an artists’ residence with a perpetually open door, but also a place where objects are created, inspired by a unique idea of ‘deframing’, which gives images a new perspective. Behind this concept is the French duo Farid Issa and Thomas Erber. Continue