Apartamento Magazine Issue 4 is out now. For too many people, being happy at home is pretty much an abstract idea, something they can’t know or imagine, until it appears on some taste maker’s must-have list, or in a magazine, or reposted on Tumblr. A home sweet home is not curated or produced by acquiring a perfect arrangement of chairs, lamps and friends. A real living space is made from living, not decorating. A bored materialist can’t understand that a house has to become a home. It happens, not through perfection but by participation.
Apartamento magazine is an everyday life interiors bi-annual publication written in English. A place in print for people, not just objects. Apartamento is a magazine about homes, living spaces and design solutions as opposed to houses, photo ops and design dictatorships. Apartamento features the homes and lives of creative people, both established and emerging, from all over the world. It understands interior design as a means of personal expression, showing how people arrange their homes and the solutions they find to the same problems that everyone has. Apartamento magazine puts forward a fresh and simply crafted aesthetic. It cares about the way people live and their relationships to the places they live. “Apartamento is the interiors magazine post-materialists have been waiting for” —The Moment, The New York Times.
Grillo Demo, Philip Crangi, Mark & Garrick, Chloe Sevigny, Sonic Youth, Bertjan Pot, Under the sky, China apartments, Family tales “Made in Italy”, Stella Sabin, Neverland, Gustavo Di Mario, Collage, Whole Earth, Plant portrait, Sonya Park, Jan Lindenberg, Post-sex and relaxation, Light/chaos & collecting, Meaningless borders, Growing in the wrong place, Cyril Duval. Plus everyday life kids supplement with: Andy Rementer, Geoff McFetridge, Enzo Mari and Jordi Ferreiro.
14 x 21 cm