An everyday life interiors magazine.
Apartamento is widely recognised as today’s most influential, inspiring, and honest interiors magazine. International, well designed, simply written, and tastefully curated since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live.
The publication is published biannually from its headquarters in Barcelona. It also has offices in Milan and New York City.
In this issue:
Featuring: Soisy and the Sphinx: the homes of Niki de Saint Phalle, Fritz Haeg, Paa Joe, Katherine Bernhardt, Gianni Pettena, Jose Dávila, Lisa Walker & Karl Fritsch, Joan E. Biren, Luigi Serafini, Paul Moakley, Nathalie de Saint Phalle, Roman Uranjek, and Topaz Jones.
Plus: To Craft a Life, conversations with Bikôkô, Carlota Guerrero, and Ouka Leele, chapter two of Zebadiah Keneally?s graphic novel, ?All the Things I Know?, and ?Living with Matta?, an essay by Paul B. Preciado.
Food & Drink
All the Stuff We Cooked (Apartamento)
All the Stuff We Cooked is Frederik Bille Brahe’s first cookbook. Edited by Jeni Porter, it features 44 recipes for simple but thoughtful dishes, some staples from his internationally renowned Copenhagen restaurants349 SEK
Faye Toogood: Assemblage 6, Unlearning
This book captures the raw moment of inception behind a designer’s collection. Assemblage 6 started off with almost 300 maquettes: chairs, lamps, stools, or daybeds made of wire, cardboard, tape, and canvas, or the everyday materials to be found in Faye Toogood’s studio. But having lined up these rather crude, almost childlike maquettes, the collection, […]349 SEK
The World of Apartamento: ten years of everyday life interiors
Apartamento is widely recognized as today’s most influential interiors magazine. International, well-designed, and simply written since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live. Apartamento breaks the traditional magazine boundaries that separate home design from homeowner, and offers readers a glimpse inside the lived-in, often cluttered homes […]549 SEK
Design - Interior Design
Berlin Living Rooms by Dominique Nabokov (Apartamento)
Berlin Living Rooms is the third and final instalment in a trilogy of works, following in the footsteps of Nabokov’s widely acclaimed publications Paris Living Rooms (2002) and New York Living Rooms (1998). The project began when the then editor-in-chief of the New Yorker magazine, Tina Brown, commissioned Nabokov to create a series of photographs. […]649 SEK