After eight years in the creative team of designer, Pierre Cardin, Pierre Yovanovitch decided to create his very own studio in 2001 in order to devote all his time to his real passion: interior design.
With the American designers of the 40s and 60s and the Scandinavian style of Axel Einar Hjorth as a source of inspiration, Yovanovitch creates refined but unpretentious atmospheres in which modern elements go hand in hand with vintage art pieces.
The designer’s greatest work is his own studio, La Maison, a living reflection of his signature seal: Made in France.
More than 800.000 experiments, images and photographic projects make the new Victoria & Albert Photography Centre in London; it is one of the largest exhibitions of its kind in the world.
The designers, Lukas Vojir and Alexandre Tamisier, with the Spanish designer, Pablo Marín, showcase their very latest industrial designs through this social network.
Inaugurated in 1933, this 5-star hotel in the Historic Centre in Ibiza, has been the main attraction and a living witness of the island’s history throughout more than 80 years.
The influence of tourism and music from different eras have been redefining its architecture. Its neo-colonial facade was declared of Cultural Interest in 2002.
Celebrities such as Orson Wells, Pink Floyd and Carolina of Monaco have stayed there. There are 33 rooms, 3 suites and a restaurant & lounge bar: Café Montesol.
The three Michelín-starred chef, the only one in the Valencian Community bearing this honour, has opened up about the future of high-cuisine in terms of innovation, new technologies and sustainability.
Since 1998, PhotoEspaña has been the Best National Photography Festival. The 2019 edition brings together the work of 296 designers in 85 exhibitions, among which there is street work by renowned photojournalists, William Klein and Berenice Abbott.
According to the World Tourist Organisation, 8 out of 10 people prefer to stay in places which have sustainable initiatives. These hotels define their ECO stance through the inclusion of ecological materials and the enactment of a respectful lifestyle with the environment.
Enticing clients with the identity of the product and space. The new way to stand out from the endless number of products and brands.
Understanding the language of flowers is much more than differentiating a peony from a rose. It is discovering this wonder of nature, using creativity to design true works of art.
Artists such as Mary Lennox, Swallows & Damsons and Soil and Stem have more than 100.000 followers thanks to their unusual bouquets. The most incredible floral art designs are on Instagram.
‘The visual creations by the Yonoh, Ashler and Guillamón Estudio studios have revolutionised the world of marketing with drawing as a means of communication. Direct messages and typographic innovation have set a precedent in Spain and abroad.