Exhibition Antoine Vandewoude "SANG DE BOEUF"

Is he an old school cabinetmaker? A designer of ceramics pur sang? An artistor – why not- a magician playing his magic with both hands?

DVN Empire Building

"Nestled discreetly within the antique quarter of Paris's Left Bank, Dries van Noten's shop is the latest string to the Belgian fashion designer's bow. With its tented conservatory and imperial-yellow drapes, the 17th-century town house has a grand Neoclassical flavour, but one that's constantly subverted by eccentric objets, from a 1970s portable TV to Charles de Beistegui's bridge table."

Scenography Het Noord Brabants Museum

The Noord Brabants Museum presents fashion photography from the Nicola Erni collection: from haute couture to street fashion, with the exhibition's design by Belgian interior architect Gert Voorjans.**

LL - Stuff As Nonsense

"Linda Loppa and her husband Dirk Van den Eynde, don't believe in exhibiting their possessions. For these Belgian fashion and art supremos, the perfect antidote to busy working lives is a home stripped of all inessentials - an ascetic goal realised in their clutter-free apartment, a converted 1920's office block in central Antwerp."

Gert Voorjans x Jim Thompson

Jim Thompson has collaborated with interior and architectural extraordinaire Gert Voorjans to create an exuberant fabric collection. Sharing Jim Thompson’s penchant for vibrance, colour is a key component of Gert’s designs. His schemes are notoriously unconventional, always innovative and surprising.
Gert Voorjans for Jim Thompson is no exception, aiming to seductively lure interior designers to embrace exciting and daring combinations in their projects. A whole spectrum of colours have been mixed together in order to create inviting rooms that are warm, artistic, livable, and one of a kind.

Antwerp Diamond Museum DIVA

A partnership between the Province and the City of Antwerp, DIVA Museam tells the story of the clout Antwerp and Flanders have exercised nationally and internationally down the centuries in the production and assembly of highly accomplished and stylish objects and jewellery. To illustrate this story, Gert Voorjans designed a silverware and ceramics displays based on the Peacock Room, James McNeill Whistler’s 1876 Asia-tinged masterpiece of brilliant blue greens overlaid with gold leaf. Voorjans has deliberately chosen a combination of styles, including chinoiserie, Ottoman and Japanese, emphasizing Antwerp as an international trading hub.

Selected Projects