Founded with the aim of assisting high fashion and jewelry customers when it comes to the logistics of interior design and visual merchandising, OLG has also become a logistics hub based in Switzerland for the storage, restoration, study, and exhibition of works of art and fine wines, but also jewels and watches
Sandra is a third-generation architect and professor. who earned the opportunities to pursue her advanced studies at Harvard and the AA School in the UK.
Surrounded by meadows and forests on the slopes of the Asitz mountains, the Forsthofgut Nature Hotel in Leogang, Austria welcomes its guests in an idyllic natural setting. Founded in 1617, the hotel has always been family-owned: under the far-sighted management of the Schmuck family, it has become one of the most prestigious Nature Hotels in Austria.
Over 30 years of experience, and a tailor made approach
Gold, as precious as it is mysterious, has been a part of human history for at least 7,000 years. In fact, the first findings of jewelry and coin artifacts in Mesopotamia date back to 4,600 BC, proving the material and symbolic value that, at the time, was already attributed to the yellow metal.
Villa Gamberaia, on the top of Florence and the Arno valley is a little Eden
Leading dealer in sculpture and objects for over 50 years, the Sladmore Gallery has its origins in a private collection of nineteenth century bronze animal sculpture, assembled by the Horswell family in the 1960’s at Sladmore Farm in Buckinghamshire, alongside their exotic bird and animal Park
The legacy of Manuel Carbonell, whose life spans from 1918 to 2011, is now being continued by his nephew, Ricardo J. Gonzalez III, based in Miami, Florida. Gonzalez worked side by side with Carbonell for over 30 years, bringing his artwork to the forefront on many continents around the world...
Stefano Bressani, Maestro and creator of his own artistic technique, has taken his works to dozens of places all around the world. From American private collections to installations at the Hotel Excelsior Venice Lido Resort, Bressani’s Dressed Sculptures (known as “sculture vestite” in Italian) are full of sophisticated uniqueness and overwhelm the viewers with a triumph of colors.
There is a clash in the essence of glass, between shape and transparency, between what is visible and what can only be sensed. Silvia Levenson gives shape to the glass, and uses it as a magnifying lens to look closely at another clash, the one happening in families and in our society. A fragility that balances the violence of history and the freedom of the future.