MAD ABOUT LIVING
Yes, also at I Love Belgium we like to spread our wings. An example of that is the exhibition we curate for the MAD (Brussels Fashion and Design Centre) during Interieur 2014. We decided to go back to the core of what Interieur (interior in Dutch) stands for: how to compose an interior.
The result is an interior where you discover the many names of Brussels design. To do this we gathered several generations of Brussels-based designers in one place. You'll see the Cubex kitchen, designed by Louis Herman De Koninck in 1930, next to the Scribble tablecloth, designed by Sylvain Willenz in 2014. This provides you with a comprehensive overview of what makes Brussels design typical Brussels: diversity, quality and creativity.