Occupying a historical canal-side building in Amsterdam, Fosbury & Sons Prinsengracht is the first co-working location outside the company’s native Belgium. Taking its name from the former Prinsengracht Hospital that it occupies, the project carries on Fosbury & Sons’ predilection for landmark buildings, albeit this time swapping the modernist austerity of its Antwerp and Brussels locations for the 19th century grandeur of a listed national monument. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/fosbury-sons-prinsengracht #yatzer @fosburyandsons Photo © @FranciscoNoguiera. #fosburyandsons #notyourordinaryoffice #FSPrinsengracht #amsterdam #goingeastprojects @millten.amsterdam #prinsengrachtziekenhuis #fosburyandsons #milltenamsterdam #eventspace @goingeast_studio @michelbos @liesvonyellow #coworking #meetings

Occupying a historical canal-side building in Amsterdam, Fosbury & Sons Prinsengracht is the first co-working location outside the company’s native Belgium. Taking its name from the former Prinsengracht Hospital that it occupies, the project carries on Fosbury & Sons’ predilection for landmark buildings, albeit this time swapping the modernist austerity of its Antwerp and Brussels locations for the 19th century grandeur of a listed national monument. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/fosbury-sons-prinsengracht #yatzer @fosburyandsons Photo © @FranciscoNoguiera. #fosburyandsons #notyourordinaryoffice #FSPrinsengracht #amsterdam #goingeastprojects @millten.amsterdam #prinsengrachtziekenhuis #fosburyandsons #milltenamsterdam #eventspace @goingeast_studio @michelbos @liesvonyellow #coworking #meetings - 3 days ago

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Bringing together more 1,700 individual Chinese porcelain artefacts from the 16th to the 19th centuries, “The Porcelain Room – Chinese Export Porcelain” @FondazionePrada’s OMA-designed exhibition venue in Milan immerses visitors in a kaleidoscopic universe of refined workmanship, artistic marvel and whimsical iconography. The most surprising and satisfying part of the show, which runs until September, is the diversity on display; there are plenty of blue-and-white vases and bowls of course but there are also colourful Dutch ship models, rooster-shaped tureens, ewers with Persian inscriptions and coolers with Portuguese coats of arms. Such variety exemplifies how efficient Chinese were in understanding the taste and the demand of each segment of the market. Tailoring their production for different markets, religions, and social groups, Chinese porcelain exporters took advantage of the opening of the sea routes to the East by the Portuguese in the 16th century to make their ware first truly global commodity.

Curated by Jorge Welsh @jorgewelshworksofart and Luísa Vinhais, and designed by @TomPostmaDesign, the exhibition is divided in three thematic sections. In the first black-box room, visitors encounter the most comprehensive collection of Chinese porcelains with European iconography ever assembled, including early Western orders which are extremely rare. The second space contains a series of playful objects for daily use in the shape of animals, fruits and vegetables, conceived in the 1760’s in order to amuse guests dining in wealthy European households, while the final room pays homage to the tradition of porcelain rooms. Created in European palaces and aristocratic houses in the 17th and 18th centuries, such installations incorporated Chinese porcelain with mirrors, lacquer panels and gilded carved wood in a gesture of opulence so it’s quite fitting that the porcelain room at Fondazione Prada is clad in gold.

#yatzeragenda #ThePorcelainRoom  #chineseexportporcelain #luisavinhais #jorgewelsh #whattodoinmilan #firstorder Photography by @delfino_sl Courtesy #FondazionePrada @oma.eu #milano

Bringing together more 1,700 individual Chinese porcelain artefacts from the 16th to the 19th centuries, “The Porcelain Room – Chinese Export Porcelain” @FondazionePrada ’s OMA-designed exhibition venue in Milan immerses visitors in a kaleidoscopic universe of refined workmanship, artistic marvel and whimsical iconography. The most surprising and satisfying part of the show, which runs until September, is the diversity on display; there are plenty of blue-and-white vases and bowls of course but there are also colourful Dutch ship models, rooster-shaped tureens, ewers with Persian inscriptions and coolers with Portuguese coats of arms. Such variety exemplifies how efficient Chinese were in understanding the taste and the demand of each segment of the market. Tailoring their production for different markets, religions, and social groups, Chinese porcelain exporters took advantage of the opening of the sea routes to the East by the Portuguese in the 16th century to make their ware first truly global commodity. Curated by Jorge Welsh @jorgewelshworksofart and Luísa Vinhais, and designed by @TomPostmaDesign , the exhibition is divided in three thematic sections. In the first black-box room, visitors encounter the most comprehensive collection of Chinese porcelains with European iconography ever assembled, including early Western orders which are extremely rare. The second space contains a series of playful objects for daily use in the shape of animals, fruits and vegetables, conceived in the 1760’s in order to amuse guests dining in wealthy European households, while the final room pays homage to the tradition of porcelain rooms. Created in European palaces and aristocratic houses in the 17th and 18th centuries, such installations incorporated Chinese porcelain with mirrors, lacquer panels and gilded carved wood in a gesture of opulence so it’s quite fitting that the porcelain room at Fondazione Prada is clad in gold. #yatzeragenda #ThePorcelainRoom #chineseexportporcelain #luisavinhais #jorgewelsh #whattodoinmilan #firstorder Photography by @delfino_sl Courtesy #FondazionePrada @oma.eu #milano - 3 days ago

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When Count and Countess Antonio Bolza bought a property in rural #Umbria in 1984 they were just looking for a peaceful holiday retreat, and yet, to paraphrase Proust, instead of what they thought they were getting, life actually gave them something that they could hardly imagine: a 1,500-hectare pastoral estate of idyllic natural beauty, scattered with centuries-old abandoned farmhouses and a millennium-old castle, Castello di @Reschio, which 36 years later will soon open to the public as a boutique hotel, complete with a farm-to-table restaurant and an ethereal subterranean spa. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/reschio-estate #reschio_nature
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When Count and Countess Antonio Bolza bought a property in rural #Umbria in 1984 they were just looking for a peaceful holiday retreat, and yet, to paraphrase Proust, instead of what they thought they were getting, life actually gave them something that they could hardly imagine: a 1,500-hectare pastoral estate of idyllic natural beauty, scattered with centuries-old abandoned farmhouses and a millennium-old castle, Castello di @Reschio , which 36 years later will soon open to the public as a boutique hotel, complete with a farm-to-table restaurant and an ethereal subterranean spa. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/reschio-estate #reschio_nature #reschio_estate . . . . . . #landscapedesign #naturelovers #naturecolours #reschio #castellodireschio #umbria #toscana #tuscany #somewhereiwouldlovetogo #livinginitaly #livinginpeace #slowliving #somewheremagazine #cntraveler #italytraveller #experienceitaly #italiandream #italianholiday #tuscanroadtrip #italytraveletips #visittuscany #visitumbria #robbreport #luxuryhotel #luxuryvillasitaly - 6 days ago

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Designed by Tucson-based architects #StudioRickJoy, this five-storey apartment building Mexico City espouses a sculpturally refined, brutalist rigour that sets it apart among the area’s mix of modern architecture and Spanish colonial revival buildings. Hemmed in on three sides, the two-unit residence features three landscaped courtyards that also function as light wells, drawing daylight into the lower levels of the building while softening the minimalist interiors with lush foliage. https://www.yatzer.com/tennyson-205-studio-rick-joy#yatzer #architecture #architecturephotography #architecturelovers  #TENNYSON205 #StudioRickJoy @rrrrickjoy #polanco #mexicocity. Photo by @joefletcherphoto

Designed by Tucson-based architects #StudioRickJoy , this five-storey apartment building Mexico City espouses a sculpturally refined, brutalist rigour that sets it apart among the area’s mix of modern architecture and Spanish colonial revival buildings. Hemmed in on three sides, the two-unit residence features three landscaped courtyards that also function as light wells, drawing daylight into the lower levels of the building while softening the minimalist interiors with lush foliage. https://www.yatzer.com/tennyson-205-studio-rick-joy#yatzer #architecture #architecturephotography #architecturelovers #TENNYSON205 #StudioRickJoy @rrrrickjoy #polanco #mexicocity . Photo by @joefletcherphoto - 7 days ago

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Breathtaking sunset from the five-storey apartment building TENNYSON 205 by #StudioRickJoy @rrrrickjoy in #polanco #mexicocity. Photo by @joefletcherphoto . More details at https://www.yatzer.com/tennyson-205-studio-rick-joy

Breathtaking sunset from the five-storey apartment building TENNYSON 205 by #StudioRickJoy @rrrrickjoy in #polanco #mexicocity . Photo by @joefletcherphoto . More details at https://www.yatzer.com/tennyson-205-studio-rick-joy - 7 days ago

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Located in the historic town of #Znojmo in the #CzechRepublic, House of Wine by Czech architects CHYBIK + KRISTOF @chybikkristof is a case study for how the restoration of historical buildings need not abide to a single set of rules. By adopting two distinct approaches in renovating a 19th-century brewery and the adjacent technical annex constructed in the 1970s - boldly tampering with the latter while respectfully restoring the former to its original splendour - the project both reflects and enriches the town’s layered architectural heritage. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/house-wine-chybik-kristof Photography by @laurianghinitoiu #yatzer #houseofwine #winelovers #architecture

Located in the historic town of #Znojmo in the #CzechRepublic , House of Wine by Czech architects CHYBIK + KRISTOF @chybikkristof is a case study for how the restoration of historical buildings need not abide to a single set of rules. By adopting two distinct approaches in renovating a 19th-century brewery and the adjacent technical annex constructed in the 1970s - boldly tampering with the latter while respectfully restoring the former to its original splendour - the project both reflects and enriches the town’s layered architectural heritage. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/house-wine-chybik-kristof Photography by @laurianghinitoiu #yatzer #houseofwine #winelovers #architecture - 11 days ago

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Part of a commercial development in Melbourne’s central business district, Peaches Cocktail Bar @peaches.melbourne immerses guests in a lush, playful environment of peach hues and sumptuous textures far removed from the austere steel and glass urban fabric where it’s located. Conceived by local design practice @PierceWidera as an “alternative peach universe”, the venue’s indoor area is an oasis of Art Deco-inspired sophistication while the rooftop terrace’s cooler colour palette and beach-bar vibe screams “Summer!”. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/peaches-cocktail-bar-pierce-widera #yatzer #interiordesign Photography by Derek Swalwell.

Part of a commercial development in Melbourne’s central business district, Peaches Cocktail Bar @peaches.melbourne immerses guests in a lush, playful environment of peach hues and sumptuous textures far removed from the austere steel and glass urban fabric where it’s located. Conceived by local design practice @PierceWidera as an “alternative peach universe”, the venue’s indoor area is an oasis of Art Deco-inspired sophistication while the rooftop terrace’s cooler colour palette and beach-bar vibe screams “Summer!”. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/peaches-cocktail-bar-pierce-widera #yatzer #interiordesign Photography by Derek Swalwell. - 13 days ago

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Occupying a centuries-old townhouse nestled amid the winding alleys of Arles in the south of France, Hotel du Cloître’s picturesque location and historic premises would be enough reason to stay there but what makes it a must-visit is its exuberant interiors. Extensively refurbished in 2012 by French architect and furniture designer @indiamahdavi, the 19 bedroom boutique hotel is illuminated a bold colour palette echoing Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, while a playful collection of bespoke and vintage furniture, and exquisitely crafted decorative objects infuse the hotel with storied charm. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/hotel-du-cloitre-arles #hotellife #indiamahdavi @hotelducloitre #interiordesign #hospitality Photo by Francois Halard.

Occupying a centuries-old townhouse nestled amid the winding alleys of Arles in the south of France, Hotel du Cloître’s picturesque location and historic premises would be enough reason to stay there but what makes it a must-visit is its exuberant interiors. Extensively refurbished in 2012 by French architect and furniture designer @indiamahdavi , the 19 bedroom boutique hotel is illuminated a bold colour palette echoing Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, while a playful collection of bespoke and vintage furniture, and exquisitely crafted decorative objects infuse the hotel with storied charm. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/hotel-du-cloitre-arles #hotellife #indiamahdavi @hotelducloitre #interiordesign #hospitality Photo by Francois Halard. - 17 days ago

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New York-based artist @DanielArsham likes to confound viewers with time-defying work that conflate past, present and future, and his latest exhibition at Perrotin Paris, #Paris3020, doesn’t disappoint. On view until March 21, 2020, the show presents a new body of work that re-imagines the sculptural masterpieces of major European museums as eroded relics encountered some time in the far future. Intermingling periods and subjects, the show is both a homage and a critique of the canons of Western Art and the enduring power of its iconography. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/daniel-arsham-paris-3020 #yatzer #danielarsham Photography by Tanguy Beurdeley, Guillaume Ziccarelli, Claire Dorn, © Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

New York-based artist @DanielArsham likes to confound viewers with time-defying work that conflate past, present and future, and his latest exhibition at Perrotin Paris, #Paris3020 , doesn’t disappoint. On view until March 21, 2020, the show presents a new body of work that re-imagines the sculptural masterpieces of major European museums as eroded relics encountered some time in the far future. Intermingling periods and subjects, the show is both a homage and a critique of the canons of Western Art and the enduring power of its iconography. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/daniel-arsham-paris-3020 #yatzer #danielarsham Photography by Tanguy Beurdeley, Guillaume Ziccarelli, Claire Dorn, © Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin. - 19 days ago

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Located next to #Shanghai’s Natural History Museum, Oxalis is a new French restaurant that introduces a contemporary touch of the French countryside to the Chinese metropolis. Local design practice Sò Studio has swathed the space in light tones, natural textures and curvaceous forms that bring out a subtle rustic charm despite a thoroughly modern design language. Enhanced by large ceramic murals that create a lush backdrop of herbs, vegetables and fruits, the restaurant’s aesthetic of rustic refinement lusciously reflects the menu’s farm-to-table philosophy and seasonal ingredients. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/oxalis-restaurant #yatzer #newrestaurant #interiordesign Photo by Philippe Roy.

Located next to #Shanghai ’s Natural History Museum, Oxalis is a new French restaurant that introduces a contemporary touch of the French countryside to the Chinese metropolis. Local design practice Sò Studio has swathed the space in light tones, natural textures and curvaceous forms that bring out a subtle rustic charm despite a thoroughly modern design language. Enhanced by large ceramic murals that create a lush backdrop of herbs, vegetables and fruits, the restaurant’s aesthetic of rustic refinement lusciously reflects the menu’s farm-to-table philosophy and seasonal ingredients. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/oxalis-restaurant #yatzer #newrestaurant #interiordesign Photo by Philippe Roy. - 21 days ago

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Sitting atop a low hill amid vast plains and bushland in central Victoria, #Australia, the “Longhouse” is the brainchild of co-founder of @studio.ongarato, Ronnen Goren, and Trace Streeter who fell in love with the 20-acre property for its captivating views. Containing a boutique farm, garden kitchen, cooking school, reception venue and private residence, the 110-metre long monolithic building was designed in collaboration with Ronnen’s close friend, architect Timothy Hill, founder of Hobart-based practice @PartnersHill, as a unique ecosystem of agricultural and hospitality activities. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/longhouse-partners-hill Photography by @arorygardiner. #longhouse #architecture #naturelovers

Sitting atop a low hill amid vast plains and bushland in central Victoria, #Australia , the “Longhouse” is the brainchild of co-founder of @studio.ongarato , Ronnen Goren, and Trace Streeter who fell in love with the 20-acre property for its captivating views. Containing a boutique farm, garden kitchen, cooking school, reception venue and private residence, the 110-metre long monolithic building was designed in collaboration with Ronnen’s close friend, architect Timothy Hill, founder of Hobart-based practice @PartnersHill , as a unique ecosystem of agricultural and hospitality activities. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/longhouse-partners-hill Photography by @arorygardiner. #longhouse #architecture #naturelovers - 23 days ago

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People have been socializing around the dinner table since the dawn of time when prehistoric humans gathered around the fire to eat their hunting or scavenging bounty. Swedish chef @MartinBrag and head of #Stockholm-based interior studio Temporärt @temporart, Cristian Brandhild Lind @cristianlind_, set out to reinvent this primordial experience with their project Temporärt X Brag @temporartxbrag, a pop-up restaurant-cum-dinner party whose location and set menu is undisclosed until the same day. Yatzer recently caught up with Martin and Cristian to talk about their project, collaboration and shared interests. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/temporart-x-brag #yatzer #gastronomy Photography by @petter_backlund

People have been socializing around the dinner table since the dawn of time when prehistoric humans gathered around the fire to eat their hunting or scavenging bounty. Swedish chef @MartinBrag and head of #Stockholm -based interior studio Temporärt @temporart , Cristian Brandhild Lind @cristianlind_ , set out to reinvent this primordial experience with their project Temporärt X Brag @temporartxbrag , a pop-up restaurant-cum-dinner party whose location and set menu is undisclosed until the same day. Yatzer recently caught up with Martin and Cristian to talk about their project, collaboration and shared interests. Read more at https://www.yatzer.com/temporart-x-brag #yatzer #gastronomy Photography by @petter_backlund - 25 days ago

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