Alpine Modern Magazine Issue 6 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and it is going philosophical in Issue 6. Lose yourself in essays on the source of architecture and fragile moments of being human among mountains. Discover how a traditional Bavarian farmhouse was saved through progressive design and a Slovenian architect’s modern cabin won a competition to design alpine Utopia. We are also visiting a Czech oven-maker and his artist wife in their secluded sanctuary in the Japanese Alps. Plus, more absorbing stories, poetry, phenomenal photography and art abound.
Alpine Modern Magazine is a coffee-table quarterly that explores elevated living, architecture and design in mountain regions around the world. The stories and photography express the emerging design ethos of a more natural minimalism and refined life entwined with the outdoors. Alpine Modern is a quarterly publication printed in the USA on heavy-weight 80lb uncoated paper which pairs beautifully with the photography and minimal graphic layouts. Alpine Modern is free of advertising and generally runs between 120 and 140 pages. Our mission is to elevate the modern design and lifestyles of mountain communities around the world. We achieve this by inspiring people through three touch points: our magazine, goods, and cafés. We are a small, resourceful team and we all share in the love of two things: beautiful design and, the mountains.
Details: Alpine Modern – Issue 6
Our quarterly publication is printed in the USA on heavy-weight 80lb uncoated paper which pairs beautifully with the photography and minimal graphic layouts.