At the invitation of art lover Edouard Vermeulen from Natan, Marie Michielssen, who is known for her designs for Serax, but actually also paints and sculpts, worked on a new series of sculptures over the last couple of months. Windows of Hope is an ode to the positivity that is always present, even in confusing times. During the vernissage on October 1st the works were sold to support the Kinderarmoedefonds, a local charity fighting against child poverty. As from October 5 you will be able to admire the sculptures in the 8 Natan boutiques.
The CURVE series is a complementary seating collection. A perfect addition to the living room, just right for a relaxed conversation, or to open the laptop, or read a book.DISCOVER THE COLLECTION
In this short video, in-house designer Marie Michielssen talks about her work for Serax and her both rational and intuitive nature that shapes her designs.
It was the Japanese sense of sophistication and imperfect perfection that top chef Sergio Herman wanted to infuse into the brand new Inku tableware. It's tableware with clear references to shell shapes, blossoms and the abstract structures of nature. "With Inku tableware, we can not only decorate the plate nicely but complete tables with blossoms in ceramics," says Herman.
Elle Decoration has proclaimed Belgian architect and interior designer Vincent Van Duysen Best interior designer of the year. Congratulations to Vincent and his team for this well-earned achievement!DISCOVER AUGUST
A perfect location for shooting some highlights of the Serax outdoor collection? Where else than Knokke, Bea Mombaers' second home town. About ten years ago, Bea Mombaers extended her recognisable signature style to a conceptual design bed & breakfast in Knokke Zoute, where she created an inspirational experience for interior design enthusiasts and peace seekers.READ THE FULL STORY