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25 février 2020 / Presse

Arty-Farty at Come à la Maison

The Arty-Farty team, the excellent art-oriented travel blog, visited Luxembourg city and Come à la Maison at Robin du Lac Concept Store…


« Created by decoration and restoration enthusiasts, Come à la Maison is our favorite restaurant, where we are welcome at any time.  La Mamma would almost come out of the kitchen to whip up a plate of delicacies. The team knows how to receive, and whatever your expectations, you will be welcomed tactfully in an atmosphere conducive to exchange, sharing, where time does not count. The kitchen will do the rest …

The founder of the restaurant , Severin Laface is supported by a loyal team that has been formed since the first days, and shares the values ​​of Come à la Maison. »


Every art trip the arty-farty.fun collective undertakes serves one goal: have pre-apocalyptic fun [ in interviewing ~ writing articles ~ photoshooting ~ enjoying Burgundian debriefing meals ~ staying in arty hotels ] which results in publishing reviews [ on this website and on our Instagram channel artyfartyfun ] on the visited musea ~ expositions ~ art fairs ~ private collections ~ opinion makers ~ restaurants ~ hotels ].

on this website we present you, an art afficionado, a webpage and Google Album per documented art trip. we like to think that our travelogue will help you decide to visit that event / venue / city, regret not having visited it, or be glad you didn’t.

ABOUT THE TEAM: Hermanos de sangre

Etienne Verbist is an authority in the field of crowd sourcing, disruptive business modelling and disruptive art. After a well filled career with companies such as GE, Etienne was an early adopter of crowd sourcing. Etienne is manager Europe and Africa for Crowd Sourcing Week, a board advisor to a broad range of companies on innovation and new technology, curator of the Disruptive Art Museum – the smallest museum in the world – and columnist for ArtDependence Magazine.

Trikke van Roey is a seasoned expert in the field of classic ICT, web presence & multimedia. In 2003, He pioneered web presence in Belgium and the Netherlands, with his start-up webalive.eu, developping subscription based CMS cloud tools and services for SME’s. After multinational Wolters-Kluwer acquired webalive in 2013, Trikke used his web experience to digitally share his passion for nature and art amongst peers.


Visit their website: www.arty-farty.fun