Mac Collins

At just 26 years old, Britain’s Mac Collins has made his mark on the spirit of the new Saltzman Prize. This new initiative in partnership with the Design Museum in London celebrates the innovation of emerging designers in recognition of the legacy of designer Ralph Saltzman. It’s no surprise that Mac Collins is the recipient […]

 Luteca. When Mexican design comes to Paris


While the focus is on Italian and Scandinavian design, Luteca has fallen in love with the Mexican and Latin American scene. Since its inception in 2015 in New York, the gallery has confirmed the richness of this still-undiscovered artistic sphere. A publisher of furniture designed by great masters of the 20th century, the company surrounds […]

 Gal Gaon’s sculptural design

Gal Gaon

Trained in architecture, it is with the eye of an artist that the Israeli designer, Gal Gaon, imagines his pieces. His tables, desks, and benches subtly navigate between the organic forms of sculpture and the functional structure of furniture. Nature is at the center of his creations. Each piece is unique, carved, and manufactured in […]

 Design in Belgium: three new places to discover in 2022 


From the museum to the coffee shop, design invites itself in Belgium in all spaces. A creative emulation that Acumen magazine reveals to you through three new locations to visit … without delay! The Faina showroom in Antwerp Founded in 2006 by Ukrainian architect Victoria Yakusha, Faina is a multidisciplinary studio rooted in the country’s […]

 Mès Lesne. The cry of the horn

Mès Lesne

It is with dance, this body language, that Mès Lesne frees his spirit. Inspired by flamenco and urban dance, he has developed a unique style, with powerful energy and an unidentifiable identity, which he brings to its peak in his first choreographic film “Cor.” Rencontre. Who are you? I am a dancer and choreographer. At […]

Six Paris museums celebrate the 60th anniversary of Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent

Sixty years ago, Yves Saint Laurent unveiled his first haute-couture collection under his own name. Only 26 years old at the time, he quickly established himself as one of the most creative couturiers of his time. To celebrate this French fashion house, the Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent Foundation has created the event “Yves […]

Casa Coderch, the little-known villa of Catalan modernism


José Antonio Coderch was undoubtedly the pioneer figure of post-war architecture in Spain. It was at the end of the 1930s that the young Catalan architect established his reputation. While the country was under Franco’s regime and advocated a rationalist and monumental architecture, Coderch joined forces with other architects to modernize the discipline. His installation […]