WOTH 3 – the third issue of Wonderful Things; by, for and about design lovers!
WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine showcases the colorful and extra-ordinary. This no3 issue includes a sumptuous portfolio of Maarten Baas, preluding to his grand exhibition at the Groninger Museum coming February. The cover illustrates the mesmerizing apartment of Lex Pott. Villa Kaplansky is a Modernistic masterpiece that has been respectfully re-interpretated by architect Dirk van Engelen. In his Münster home designer-entrepreneur Michael Sieger blends essential minimalism to excuberant Memphis pieces. Also featuring the Seletti house, just as captivating as the family that lives there and the Montmartre Atelier of Constance Guisset. Portraits of Sebastian Herkner, grand master Jan des Bouvrie, table turning innovator Jorre van Ast and the Australian-Dutch touch of Studio Truly Truly. Lot’s of news and events in the calendar.
People – Sebastian Herkner, Studio Truly Truly’s Kate Booy, Designers Jan des Bouvrie, Jorre van Ast, Job Smeets, and Friso Kramer and Cover Junkie on covers!
Places – Lex Pott’s place, living in Antwerp, Munster and Rotterdam, the Paris studio of Constance Gusset, visit Cologne or Moscow, the ‘Mad’ house of the Seletti family and 46 design events.
Things – A portfolio of Maarten Baas, Cityscapes fantastic!, for the love of Memphis, degradé mirrors and more. – All in WOTH 3.
Is it design that makes you feel good? Interiors, fashion, slow food or travel? WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine’s presents a fresh approach to the things that make life interesting and pizzazzy. This bi-monthly from Holland indicates the most influential creatives, how personality shows through in an interior, which brands to follow and ‘must-see’s’ on the international calendar of events and shows.
WOTH 3 Wonderful Things Magazine presents a contemporary way of life and portrays creative professionals, that add color and texture to the world. It’s the new title by Mary Hessing, connaisseur of contemporary design and living. After acquiring a degree in fashion design at the famous ArtEZ school of Arnhem, Hessing worked as the editor in chief of Eigen Huis & Interieur and More Than Classic magazines for many years. Her work was favored a prestigious Dutch Mercur Award for Art Direction and a Golden Ozzy Award.