Axelle Gosse, a decorator and passionate about fabrics for more than 25 years, decided one day to quit her job as a decorator and start working with rope. It is now through her travels that she finds the inspiration for her works. The different movements of ropes of different thickness and colour allows her to express her passion for the beauties of an imaginary world, from Latin America to Africa through India... to be discovered until 22 November at Arthus Gallery.
Belgium may be a small and, admittedly, rainy part of the world, albeit brightened up by the characteristically sunny disposition of my compatriots, but I can safely say that it is also a rich country. A four-letter word that could be interpreted in a thousand and one different ways. I use the adjective here in the sense of profusion.
A profusion of talent, ideas and genres in so many sectors! Including our living environment. Belgian architects based here and elsewhere have already demonstrated what they are capable of in terms of project quality, perspective, harmony, tone and functionality. Belgian taste is highly appreciated abroad, and how many times have I heard it said on my foreign travels: “Ah, the Belgians, they’re so friendly and epicurean!” We get good press, and that suits us just fine…
VILLAS is looking ahead to 2024 with pleasure and passion. New ideas are coming thick and fast.