Space is important to Landon Metz. In his art, pools of colour float across canvas leaving vast areas of unprimed fabric. In his studio the same sense of space – and the importance of the negative – is evident in the blanks between sparsely scattered furniture and plants.
The chemigrams of Åke E: son Lindman swap the literalness of his highly regarded architecture photos for the uncertain procedure of creating images without a camera or a subject.
A tribute to the poetic yet haunting atmospheres of the canvases of Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864-1916), designer Oliver Gustav’s studio gallery is modelled on the oil-on-canvas interior paintings of the fêted Danish artist.
Building their home amid the ruins of an abandoned GDR property in east Berlin gave artist Anselm Reyle and architect Tanja Lincke the chance to rediscover the beauty of creative freedom.
Growing up in Kinshasa, Ann Veronica Janssens would often watch the sunset and sunrise, specifically the deep shades of violets, yellows, pinks and reds that swept across the sky, over the nearby mountains.
The idea of home is constantly shifting for Danh Vo who calls the Berlin apartment he has filled with art and collectible design a nest for him and his boyfriend.