About TLmag

Founded in 2009 by Brussels-based creative consultancy Pro Materia (Lise Coirier), TLmag has been co-published since 2013 with Paris-based publishing house Bookstorming (Marc Sautereau). TLmag (True Living of Art & Design) is at the forefront of craft-led and material-oriented art, architecture, culture, design, fashion, photography, hospitality and urbanism. Published in both French and English, biannual issues are distributed internationally

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Never Built New York

TLmag

16.08.2017

It's called the 'City of Dreams' and yet, some of New York City's most radical, technologically advanced buildings were never realised. Their combined histories expose challenges the famous metropolis must confront as well as fundamental problems

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Chronosophia: Tomáš Libertíny, Solo Show

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16.06.2017

“Chronosophia” is a solo exhibition by Tomáš Libertíny showcasing a selection of his new and recent works—interactions with nature that explore the notions of time and repetition.

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Ghostly Logic

TLmag

22.05.2017

OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen adopt a highly Modernist approach, attempting to blur the line between outdoor and indoor living with Solo House.

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Glenn Sestig: Architectural Lines

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15.05.2017

With a limited selection of high-quality materials, Glenn Sestig is able to evoke visions of old-school grandeur and elegance but to call him a minimalist would be too easy.

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Alfredo Häberli: Special Guest at DOMOTEX

TLmag

08.05.2017

DOMOTEX's special guest, Alfredo Häberli, takes a sensitive, straightforward approach to his work, constantly striving for a truly elegant twist.

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Les Arts décoratifs de Paris: Cosmopolitan French Taste

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02.05.2017

Les Arts décoratifs, the Paris-based applied arts organisation, preserves the art of French living while keeping time with contemporary creation and craft.

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Renaat Braem: Between Geometry and Fluidity

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24.04.2017

One of the leading architects of the 20th century, Renaat Braem combined a passion for expressive, fluid decoration with constructivist architecture at his private home and studio in Antwerp.

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Dutch Architecture

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18.04.2017

For decades a test bed for bold, experimental projects, the Netherlands continues to function as an architecturally compelling landscape – both in terms of design practice and consumption.

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Julie Richoz: Refined Experimentation

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24.11.2016

Allaying the presence of spring-steel in a delicately laced structure, the Thalie bowl for Artecnica echoes earlier speculative works like Armand: a series of paper cut-out cylinders that cover spectrum colour vibrations. Both are just a sampling of

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