The H+O Gallery Apartment in Milan was one of the unexpected hits of Fuorisalone earlier this year: a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. We go behind the scenes and talk to V-ZUG’s Gourmet Academy team about the planning behind the week-long installation.
Carole Whiting is an artistic whirlwind of creativity, and the interiors she’s crafted have to be seen to be believed.
What happens when you give a self-described artist free rein in designing a kitchen? A space of pure simplicity as cool as the marble it’s made from.
An expert panel of local and international designers has confirmed that sustainability and supply chain issues remain high on the agenda. Read more insights from their discussion, hosted by V-ZUG during Milan Furniture Fair.
With its new “studios” in Paris and London, V-ZUG crafts an unforgettable ‘at home’ experience. With all the comforts of home, the only difference is, you can’t sleep there!
Salone del Mobile is full of inspiring design and this year it spills out to the EuroCucina and EuroBagno.
From V-ZUG to Arc Linea, Rimadesio, Antonio Lupi, Lema, Cea and Roda: Pure Interiors serves up the best of European design. Now, it’s bringing its portfolio to Melbourne with a new showroom.
A self-described ‘business builder’ and chief international officer with V-ZUG, Alberto Bertoz, has spent almost a decade growing V-ZUG into a global brand with international presence. Alice Blackwood speaks with him about their exciting three-year plan for V-ZUG in Australia.
Brisbane’s new Skye by Pikos apartments put the kitchen at the centre of living well. It’s an approach to design excellence which goes hand-in-hand with V-ZUG.
When it comes to designing and operating in a design-conscious manner, there are plenty of ways to go about it. V-ZUG’s head of sustainability breaks it down for us.
For Koichi Takada of Koichi Takada Architects the reigning imperative of our time is not simply to look back at history and preserve it. It is to move inexorably forward – in an environmental sense.