Without going into details, let me say things have been a bit rough these last weeks. Life happens, I suppose. Still, I thought it would be a good idea to stick to my original plans and head to the Biennale Interieur 2014 in the Belgian town of Kortrijk last Sunday. And let me tell you, I’m glad I went! Call me superficial, but being surrounded by so much great design was strangely comforting. I once read (was it in Robert McKee’s book Story? I think so) that one the primary needs of man is to create order in an aesthetic way – a theory that sounded perfectly logical as I made my way through the different halls of the Xpo building.
Anyhoo – the show must go on, as they say. And it did, as you can see! 🙂
PS: For more pictures from Kortrijk, check out the Interiorator Instagram feed!
Tiles and cookie jar by P.O.V. at the DHPH stand
Rabair rug by Doshi Levien, sheep and chairs at the Nanimarquina / BD Barcelona / Treku stand
&Tradition sofa and rug
Giant chandelier by Bocci
Rug by Jan Kath
Yowsa! Check out this Barrisol exhibition stand
Mirror by Minale Maeda
Copper curtain and Gelato Meccanico sign at a Biennale Interieur café