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FEATURES

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Art • Feature • BY Roj Amedi SHARE

    AZUMA MAKOTO

    In Bloom

    Azuma Makoto is a renegade in the art of floral sculptures. In his haute couture Tokyo-based floral shop, JARDINS des FLEURS, Azuma creates abstract forms and grand floral structures. His work has attracted coveted brands and individuals devoted to his artisanal skills.

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Design • Feature • BY Neue Luxury SHARE

    ACHILLE SALVAGNI

    Neue Collectors

    The interior artefacts and objects created by Achille Salvagni are deeply moving and considered objects d’art. Poised, eloquent and unquestionably luxurious, each piece is underpinned by unwavering commitment to detail, ideas and the use of the finest materials and craftsmanship. These are not just interior decorations but timeless pieces infused with history, context and the imagination.

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Art • Feature • BY Angela Hesson SHARE

    JOHAN VAN MULLEM

    Mirrors to the other side

    Van Mullem’s monumental portraits are fluid, transitory, evocative things. Rendered in generously applied oil-based ink on unprimed board, they retain a quality of wetness, an uncanny sense that their surfaces are in fact still shifting.

DESIGN & FASHION

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Architecture • Feature • BY Rainald Franz SHARE

    STOCLET PALACE

    A total work of art

    Adolphe and Suzanne Stoclet epitomised the early 20th century haute bourgeoisie aesthetic. The most obtuse and daring of their projects was the Stoclet Palace, a private mansion designed to transport its inhabitants into a wonderland of grandeur and luxury.

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Fashion • Feature • BY Samuel Willett SHARE

    SONG FOR THE MUTE

    Layered complexity

    It’s clear the goal for Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty—the founders of Song for the Mute—is to create clothing that encapsulates their dedication and passion for craft and tell a personal story curated over many years.

PHOTOGRAPHY & FASHION

FEATURES

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Gastronomy • Feature • BY Paul Tierney SHARE

    ANDONI LUIS ADURIZ

    Counterintuitive gastronomy

    A few miles outside the Basque city of San Sebastián, past roadside bars and verdant fields, lies Mugaritz; a restaurant so revered that people here talk about it in a kind of hushed awe. From the outside it appears fairly unremarkable; a large chalet-like building topped with a sloping roof and flanked by gardens that produce the delicate flowers, vegetables and herbs that contribute to its menu.

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Design • Feature • BY Neue Luxury SHARE

    OLFACTORY OBSESSIONS

    Neue Selects

    When it comes to the world of niche and artisanal perfumery, it’s easy to obsess. As perhaps one of the most elegant and esoteric nomenclatures of art and science, haute perfumery has the ability to bottle the very best of artistic human endeavour.

  • Neue Luxury • Issue 4 • Art • Feature • BY Benjamin Law SHARE

    ADELINE OOI

    Curator, director and polyglot

    Say you were hiring the new Director Asia at Art Basel, the organisation that produces the biggest yearly arts event, in the world’s most populous continent. Who would you headhunt? On paper, the person who got the job seems to tick every possible box.

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