Posts tagged as 'magazine'

Thu 10.1.

‘Liguria’, OKOLO’s annual magazine for 2013 (CZ)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.01.2013 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Liguria', OKOLO's annual magazine for 2013

‘Liguria’, OKOLO’s annual magazine for 2013

OKOLO has launched their fourth annual magazine, this one titled ‘Liguria’, named for the north-western Italian coastline surrounding Genoa. ‘Liguria’ explores the “hidden architecture, design and culture gems” of the Ligurian coast says OKOLO.



'Archizines' exhibition showcases 60 magazines and 20 journals from across the globe

The advent of online media has undoubtedly shaken the until-then steady position of specialist magazines, which, for decades, served as primary source of information and inspiration for both professionals and enthusiasts alike. But, as this exhibition, which opens tomorrow (5 November) at London’s renowned AA School, illustrates, architectural magazines are experiencing what one could call a renaissance. Titled ‘Archizines’, the show has been curated by a curator and writer Elias Redstone and ‘celebrates and promotes the recentresurgence of alternative and independent architectural publishing from around the world.’ (more…)

Mon 25.5.

‘Apartamento’ issue 3 out now

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 25.05.2009 - Tagged as: , , , ,

The new 'Apartamento' issue

The new 'Apartamento' issue

“Architecture as a means of personal expression” – this is how the Spanish/Italian founders of ‘Apartamento’ describe the intention of their magazine.

‘Apartamento’ is an interior design magazine, no doubt about that, but in contrast to the usual glossy magazines which tell you what your lifestyle should be and sell you an entire furnishing scheme at the same time, ‘Apartamento’ is pretty much the other way around. It shows how people do live and not how they should live – existing homes of young, both established and emerging, creative people from all over the world – dishevelled, improvised and personally decorated. ‘Apartamento’ is dedicated to all aesthetically hungry readers who are bored with the usual masks and cliques imposed by most magazines in the field. We advise you not to miss issue 3!

to the ‘Apartamento’ website

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘Apartamento’ issue 3 out now