Grew up close by an old brick furnace – owned by his family over four generations – and the passion for working with clay led him to experiment and test different applications.
To democratize gastronomy. It was with this principle that Tiago Santos, the chef who now runs Quorum’s kitchen, created the restaurant`s menu.
We discover, in several places, spaces made of History, stories or legacies. They are all very special in their own way, as they help tell the journey of the people who built them, those who have passed by and all that they preserve and offer.
Equipped in electric blue and neon lights that is how Mexico reached Príncipe Real. The history of this place makes us take a trip to Miami, to the artistic neighbourhood of Wynwood, where in 2014 a crowd lined up to get to know the city’s new Mexican...
Do Not Sit Down is a series of photographic records by Inês d`Orey that explore Japanese architectural culture
Lorenzo De Rosa and Ernesto Iadevaia, the designers who give form and life to the Italian studio Sovrappensiero, met at the University of Naples, where they started to “share ideas”, so we are told.
Guadalest, a picturesque village of Alicante, one of the most beautiful in Spain. Together with historic streets and being an important tourist destination, it claims a gastronomic richness...
"The [meaning I attribute to artworks is the] same meaning as having a plant growing at home. For me, it has life. It is something that, every day, when you look at it, it changes."
Worldwide recognized for his Rubber Duck, Florentijn Hofman found on large scale sculptures what best suits him as an artist. A touch of humour is usually in his artworks, those who make us look and wonder and look again.
In the earlier Casa Apalaçada, Avenida da Liberdade’s number 193, a unique architectural project was born with a definite determination to preserve the historical value of the original building.
But let us not hurry because this visit to Coimbra, although brief, deserves all our attention: we got to know Arcadas’ restaurant, in Quinta das Lágrimas, and tasted in nine moments the delicious cuisine of Vítor Dias.
Ricardo Jerónimo is the face, and hands, behind Rival – the Portuguese brand dedicated to the creation of practical wooden objects long-lasting in time.