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Discover 08·01·2021

Museums with a gift

Visiting museums, exhibition centres and cultural institutions has become a safe haven of learning and understanding of history and the future, not only when we travel to new places, but also in our home cities.

Interiors by women mark a new era

Interior Design 31·12·2020

Interiors by women mark a new era

Interior designers who tear down walls, forego the conventional and bring innovation to spaces to turn their personal vision into timeless design. This is the new generation of women designers and architects who are leading the future of interior design.


Discover 28·12·2020

The trends that will triumph in 2021

2020 will go down in history as the year that changed the course of things. The question now is, in which direction? From reconnecting with nature to prioritising wellness, here are the ten trends that will lead the way next year.


Living 21·12·2020

Christmas window displays

Who doesn’t remember Audrey Hepburn, black suit, high bun, black glasses, pearls and… the window display in that iconic Tiffany Blue?

A window display has a lot to do with the world of the senses: the message it conveys is a desire so subtle and magical that, with few (or many) elements, it creates the wonderful story we want to tell.


Design 16·12·2020

City lights

Every year, in cities and towns all around the world, a ritual of light takes place. A global communion beyond the religious or festive significance of Christmas, the change in the year or the practical sense of attracting visitors and encouraging shopping and consumption. Switching on city lights for the winter solstice reminds us of our childhoods, a sense of excitement reactivated every year by our inner child or the kids who surround us in our adult lives.

Art & Design 14·12·2020

ARCO turns 40

Maribel López, director of ARCO – Madrid’s International Contemporary Art Fair – talks to Marisa Santamaría about the links between design and architecture and art.


Arquitectura 10·12·2020

The new, humane brutalism

What has become of brutalism? That groundbreaking, unadorned exhibitor of raw materials and construction materials that gave a human dimension to the formal and essential meaning of architecture.

Its monumental impact may have softened in the twenty-first century, but its influence continues to thrive in developments by various architects and studios, demonstrating how relevant it remains: now adapted to a new, more sustainable and serene perspective.

Discover 07·12·2020

San Francisco, the essence of California 

There is something about San Francisco, a Mecca for surfers, a sea lion reserve and the headquarters of cutting-edge technology, that makes the world see it as a standard-bearer of individual freedom, design and the good life. There are hundreds of reasons to love it, and at Lifestyle by Porcelanosa we have chosen 20 that define its style and spirit.


Icons 03·12·2020

Mars: ready to move in

Now that space tourism seems increasingly feasible, colonising Mars no longer sounds so much like science fiction. With their ambitious, multidisciplinary and collaborative artistic project, Brits Ella Good and Nicki Kent delve into what a human home would be like on the red planet, and they question how we live on Earth.


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