A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE HAIFA FILM FESTIVAL

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Just before the start of a new conflict between Israel and Palestine, the country’s biggest film festival, the Haifa International Film Festival, was held. We report   In early October, the port city of Haifa in northern Israel hosted the 39th edition of the Hebrew state’s oldest and biggest film festival. A not-to-be-missed event for […]

CLIFFHANGER HOUSE, A VERTIGINOUS REFUGE IN AUSTRALIA

For the past twelve years, Joe Adsett Architects has been applying his deep-rooted passion for designing buildings that stand out, respond to the eccentricities of the terrain and stand the test of time. Cliffhanger House is just one of such a building.  The impressive, elegant and durable structure takes the form of a folded concrete […]

Galerie Mark Hachem & Galerie Joseph present GUNTER SACHS RETROSPECTIVRE 

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One of his photographs, a portrait of supermodel Claudia Schiffer, a tribute to Warhol, was on the cover of our issue 39 and will be on view at the Retrospective exhibition organized by Galerie Mark Hachem and Galerie Joseph, curated by Mark Hachem.  An industrialist and keen sportsman, Gunter Sachs developed his love of photography […]

LOS VILOS, A WAVE OF CONCRETE BY RYUE NISHIZAWA

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The Japanese architect has designed a splendid weekend house on the Chilean coast. An ideal refuge for lovers of nature and architecture. Anchored facing the Pacific Ocean, Ryue Nishizawa’s House in Los Vilos echoes the raw, overwhelming beauty of the surrounding landscape. Positioned at the tip of a promontory, the house fits into a long, […]

LINEARCURVATURE : “BEHIND THE WALLS ARE SO MANY STORIES”

Veronica isn’t very talkative when it comes to her persona. “I’d simply prefer to be known as Linearcurvature,” she warns. A graduate of New York’s Parsons School of Design, she didn’t embrace the arts she’d studied once out of school until she took up photography four years ago. “I ended up going into social work […]

OKTOBRE, THE ADDRESS THAT AWAKENS YOUR SENSES

Some addresses make a greater impression than others, thanks to their attention to detail and elegance. Such was the case with Oktobre, located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. This place, orchestrated by young Chef Martin Maumet, combines taste, beauty and refinement.  We start with the architecture and decoration, designed by Bateaumagne, all in finesse, noble […]

NECTAR, DIVINE BEVERAGE

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In Greek mythology, nectar was a divine honey-based beverage that gave immortality to those who drank it. drank it. Here, no mythology, but a surprising and generous culinary experience, offered in the form of a well-orchestrated ritual, from service to plate.  The restaurant is nestled in the Maison Mère Hotel, close to Square Montholon in […]

COLVERT, AUTHENTIC AND GENEROUS

Located in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés, the Colvert restaurant has undergone a complete overhaul, with a brand new team in a totally transformed setting.  With its blend of modern auberge, bistronomy and gourmet cuisine, everything has been designed to give pleasure to all epicureans and lovers of good food. Bistro furniture with a […]

L.A.M STUDIO OR THE POWER OF MINIMALISM

For its second edition, Offscreen, the arts event dedicated to image exploration, has enlisted the services of Léonie Alma Mason, set designer, interior architect and head of L.A.M Studio. It’s a happy union, and a good excuse to take a look back at the designer’s career. Behind the old-fashioned but furiously pop facade of the […]

GIGI CHUNG, ARCHITECTURAL ABSTRACTION AT ITS MOST ABSTRACT

The California-based photographer sublimates the forms of architecture and urban spaces in a striking interplay of contrast, colour, light and shadow. Abstract architecture is at the very heart of the concept of sublimating urban spaces. Gigi Chung’s singular style is a blend of culture and architecture, art and design, observation and inventiveness. The photographer lived […]