Too Much gathers thoughts about cities, the people who live in them, and the changes affecting our society and our environment. It’s a magazine about romantic geography. Too Much is made by international writers and photographers, along with a Japanese design team, and a sharp mind on research with the same strong care for texts and images. There are more and more people who care not only about architecture and design, but also for the changes within the city and the impact of globalism, and have an international curiosity. Too Much is for them.
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This issue is about the shape of shelter, including Gordon Matta-Clark’s legendary bodega-turned-kitchen called FOOD, which ran from 1971 to 1974 in New York. It was a restaurant that emerged from the broken infrastructure of the metropolis — a weird idyll in a rundown town where you could eat alchemical concoctions and drink cheap sake with the neighbourhoods’ hungry artists.
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