The Belgian architect imagined this design as a blending of East and West, and therefore, it doesn't fit neatly into either lineage. As with all of his architecture, Sestig sees in this project the possibility of an interaction between elegance and substance.
The resulting design collaboration with Giobagnara is a decorative, hybrid creation where the succession of solid and void spaces breaks the monolithic vision. Lloyd is a collection where nature elements such as dark-stained Canaletto walnut wood, travertine, cashmere and wool play a calm symphony of craftsmanship, serenity and aesthetics.
Glenn Sestig graduated from the Henri Van De Velde institute in Antwerp and in 1999 established a practice together with painter Bvardk. From the outset, their work focused on extreme precision, on a construction with such mastery of the architectural line, proportions and perspective that it is easy to forget the careful consideration that will have gone into their design and creation. In addition to the material and its interpretation, transparency and the play of reflection suggest, rather than illustrate, the endeavors that have resulted in the real grandeur of some projects, primarily places for public use. Glenn Sestig Architects' work can be seen as unrelentingly urban and contemporary - materials are exclusive and its combinations are renewing and unique. Each completed work is considered as a minor work of art wherein art and fashion are essential sources of inspiration. The architecture is no longer a movement in time but becomes a declaration of a global luxurious lifestyle.