fbpx
 

Le Blog

"What would a park look like and how would it function if it takes the rules of social distancing as a design guideline. And what can we learn from a space like this that still has value after the pandemic." - Chris Precht Precht, an Austria-based...

Line Vautrin was one of the most unique and fiercely independent artists of her time. The French artist of the 20th century once named “the poetess of metal” by Vogue magazine, created a legacy of inspired work that the New York Times described as “bold,...

As we enter the holiday season, our team at Jean-Marc Fray would like to take a moment to share how grateful we are for our community. From Austin, Texas to Italy and France, we are blessed to be surrounded by friends who share our passion...

In an effort to raise money to rebuild Beirut after the explosion that shook the city in August, 60 international architects are coming together and auctioning off a collection of their works. The collection features a variety of architectural drawings, sculptures and paintings designed by...

Austin welcomes Ken Fulk’s boutique mansion masterpiece with open arms. The commodore perry mansion and gardens sits along Waller Creek across from the 121-year-old Hancock Golf Course and imitates the ambience of an eclectic countryside retreat. The hotel consists of 42 rooms, 12 suites, and...

Enzo Mari, also known as the “Giant” of Italian design, passed away in Milan at age 88. Mari and his wife, Italian curator and author Lea Vergine, had been hospitalized at Milan’s San Raffaaele hospital due to covid symptoms. He died on October 19th and...