A craftsman's life - ceramist
Ceramic is a living patrimony in Portugal. You can see it everywhere, you can feel it everywhere.
But it has been as tableware that the pottery has evolved the most, changing according styles and trends and transmitted between generations, mothers to daughters.
To begin our craftsman's life series, Maria José tells us how at 14 years old, she ended up being a painting ceramist.
When prints become arty with the collaboration of Pink Mosaik
Cécile Mestelan: from faith to form
Would you "fall" for Portugal?
I personally just absolutely love ‘To Die For Portugal’: it’s a must-have travel book for anyone who is or wants to fall in love with Portugal; a beautiful and handy guide full of fun stories and dazzling photos of the most special locations in Portugal; a book that gives us a strong desire to travel. Vos not only takes us along rather unusual and hidden places in the country, she also has an eye for sustainability, rural tourism and all kinds of community initiatives. ‘To Die For Portugal’ invites us to discover Portugal in a unique way, often with a comical touch. This exceptional travel guide is literally 'to die for'.
Portuguese cooking: best cookbooks ever
Luz Editions takes you on a journey through Portuguese cuisine thanks to a selection of the best Portuguese cuisine recipe books.
Jorge Rey Colaço & Artur Pastor: the masters of Portugality
Marvão, a solitary fortress resisting the test of time
Companhia Portugueza do Chá: the rebirth of tea in Lisbon
Luz Editions couldn't dream of a more beautiful setting than this magnificent boutique to launch its first pop-up shop and meet home decoration enthusiasts.