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Famous Belgian multidisciplinary artist Jan Fabre demonstrates once again the timelessness of his art: the bronze sculpture “The Man who Bears the Cross" (2015) has officially become part of the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp, facing —or even complementing— Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens’ masterpiece, "The Descent from the Cross" (1611 - 1614), a monumental triptych crowning one of the cathedral’s altars.
It’s Thanksgiving Day! That day that reminds us all to be grateful for everything - including all that turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie!
With the phrase “it’s not what you see but how you see it” as his motto, Beirut-based photographer Serge Najjar captures random moments and details of everyday life with a particular emphasis on architecture and its relation to human measures.
“Time makes us grow and mature, but we have to always keep our souls playful, no matter how old we are” claim the talents behind tAMINN Design studio.
Part of a new generation of architects who have taken a stand in favour of preserving, both in scale and character, Beijing’s historic urban fabric instead of replacing it with concrete blocks, Arch Studio has renovated this unassuming house in the city’s Dongcheng District into a modern family residence.
A new vegetarian bar in Ukraine’s capital brings healthy refreshments and energising food to city dwellers: designed by Artem Vahrin and Katya Zuieva of AKZ Architectura in collaboration with owner Yulia Savlepova, Orang+Utan Vegetarian Bar follows the concept that the city is a jungle, and its denizens “smart animals” that have developed sophisticated modes of feeding. Photo © AKZ Architectura.
We are always excited to see a small brand evolve and grow, and the case of the Frankfurt-based luxury leather accessories brand Tsatsas is no exception: founded in 2012 by architect Esther Schulze-Tsatsas and designer Dimitrios Tsatsas, the brand tapped into Dimitrios’ family business of fine leather manufacturing and its 30 years of expertise with the aim of creating products driven by simplicity and a contemporary aesthetic.
Located on a hillside that used to be open grassland but is now overtaken by pine trees, Belgrade-based architecture studio .exe designed this compact and simple holiday residence near the tourist resort of Divčibare in Serbia.
Combining the bustling atmosphere of a Spanish tapas bar with the refined sensibility of a Viennese coffee house, Go Eat Tapas Dining Bar in Hsinchu City, Taiwan, provides a unique modern take on the European gathering spot genre.
A whimsical world of unrestrained imagination comes to life through the drawings, paintings, collages and other works by Brooklyn-based Oliver Jeffers, an artist perhaps best known for his award-winning and hugely popular children’s books.
Known for featuring an impeccable selection of interiors and design, all artfully photographed and laid out, Kinfolk magazine has become synonymous with a lifestyle philosophy which has a quintessential and clutter-free daily life at its core.
Completed in July 2015 by Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos, Toy House MM01 is a designer’s fantasy. The 247-square-meter project is not an actual residence, but a huge playground for a fast-growing family: situated only a few meters away from their main residence in the Jardim Paulista district of São Paulo, the house is a shelter for the children and their toys, and a venue for entertaining guests.
It was just a matter of time before Dubai, a burgeoning global design hub, got its own design-perfect barbershop.
Villa Reale, a landmark in the town of Monza, 15 km northeast of Milan, opened up to the public during this Fall’s Fashion Week with a beautiful exhibition named “Bellissima, l’Italia dell’Alta Moda 1945-1968”; showcasing precious public and private collections of clothes and accessories, the exhibition is planned to run until January 10th, 2016.
The studio of Paris-based architect Pascal Grasso has designed this holiday house in Southern France, which combines the brutalist-architecture roughness of exposed concrete with the warmth of local materials and the surrounding landscape.
Known for his daring and unconventional leather-accessory design, Ukrainian fashion designer Konstantin Kofta has just released his latest collection of leather bags and clutches.
If you, like us here at Yatzer, are a curious traveller always looking for a new aesthetic experience, maybe it’s high time you paid a visit to Hotel Adriatic, a newly-renovated hotel space in Istria, Croatia, that vows to bring art into its very core.
The first edition of Dubai Design Week was also the springboard for ICONIC CITIES, a new series of annual exhibitions that explore the culture and design scene of the Middle East's urban centres.
Who could ever imagine, let alone bring together Katy Perry, Anthony Hegarty, Kanye West, Keith Richards, David Byrne and Justin Bieber in the same room?
No matter what you’ve heard about Dubai or what has been written about it in the news, the city’s concentration of other sources of income - apart from its oil which will run out soon - is remarkable.