ARTLINE by Sapa / Belgium


ARTLINE XL elegantly brings the outside inside. The door's impressive sizes coupled with a minimal visible frame width allow building interiors to be flooded with light. Glazed panels to the ceiling can be easily manoeuvred. Each panel can weigh up to 500 kg. Windows with a height of 3.5 metres are perfectly possible. The high level of technology used within Artline frames makes it top performing in terms of thermal and acoustic insulation and security.

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25th Silver Edition

14-23 October 2016

Kortrijk, Belgium


A festive 25th edition programme

40.000 m2 of contemporary design in the halls of Kortrijk Xpo

Summit: Interior Design & Retail

Scenography & curated content by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen

Interieur Bars, designed by winners of the INTERIEUR AWARDS

Extending the Biennale programme into a day and night experience

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INTERIEUR AWARDS: Sebastian Herkner


Prolific German designer Sebastien Herkner is one of the members of the bury that will decide which objects will win the Grand Prize in the Interieur Awards this year. 
Discover more about his work, ideas and inspiration. 

What is ‘design’ according to you? Design is a message which is always connected to the present and its society. It is not only about the looks, it is about a deeper layer of meaning. 

Name an iconic piece of design. The 218 chair by Thonet. It still fascinates me how they made it possible to bend the wood in that way. This innovation made it into an inspiration for a lot of others chairs and products in the coming years.

If you could travel in time, which era in design would you like to visit? I think it would be the Art Deco times definitely with all these beautiful crafts and ornaments in design as well as in architecture.

Which aspects will you pay attention to while judging the awards? I think it is most important to see a personal, unique attitude and message of the designer in the product.

Do you have a piece of advice for young designers? Don´t just look for the big established design companies when creating a network or looking for producers. Try some local craftsmen in your town or country, as this will often create a very different interaction and maybe allow you to see more ways of creating.