As Head of Design at Wittmann, Alice Wittmann is now responsible for the development of new models from the brief to the presentation of the finished furniture. In this role, the daughter of Ulrike Wittmann and Heinz Hofer-Wittmann will be intensively involved in the model policy of her family company and support the development department in all design processes and in collaboration with designers.

Located on the south coast of France, The Maybourne Riviera enchants guests all year round with its unrivalled panoramic views of the Mediterranean and first-class service. The French Riviera is one of the top holiday destinations for a reason, thanks to its breathtaking coastal landscapes, azure waters, picturesque bays and charming villages that attract visitors from all over the world. The unique architecture, the exclusive spa area and the idyllic coastal location of The Maybourne Riviera blend harmoniously into the southern French ambience and offer an ideal opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax in absolute tranquillity.

Los Angeles, CA — The LA Art Show, LA’s largest and longest-running art fair, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center February 14-18, 2024, to kick off the city’s 2024 art season. Guided by the leadership of LA Art Show producer and director Kassandra Voyagis, the 29th edition welcomes the return of the fair’s signature curated program DIVERSEartLA.

Schloss Hollenegg for Design is pleased to announce its ninth annual design exhibition: WOOD LAND. The exhibition focuses on the forest and its most important resource – wood. The show demonstrates various techniques for processing wood and imparts knowledge about different tree species and wood essences. Each object on display also provides an opportunity to discuss topics such as global warming, forest management and sustainable wood production.

The Trunk Hotel Yoyogi Park boasts an exposed raw concrete facade, a collaborative creation of Japanese studio Keiji Ashizawa Design and Danish firm Norm Architects. This boutique hotel, the third installment in the Tokyo-based Trunk hotel trio, embraces the concept of “urban recharge,” seeking harmony between tradition and modernity, nature and the city, and the fusion of Japanese and European craftsmanship.