Apartamento, Issue 18
The masthead on every issue of Apartamento reads ‘an everyday interiors magazine’ After reading it from cover to cover, one discovers that it is exactly that. There is nothing pretentious about this beautifully produced publication. The images and stories portray the featured homes and apartments in a completely natural way, whilst avoiding even the slightest hint of contrivance. In the words of the deputy editor and one of the founders of Apartamento, Marco Velerdi, ‘We will not show tidy interiors because they do not exist outside your mother’s imagination.’ How can you not love that sentiment?
Apartamento is based both in Milan and Barcelona, and comes out twice a year.
In this issue:
Featuring: a trip to Andrea Zittel’s A-Z West homestead in Joshua Tree, Kembra Pfahler, Molly Goddard, Luis Venegas, Jessica Koslow, Duncan Hannah, Margaret Howell, Sébastien Meyer & Arnaud Vaillant, The house as a city, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, JB Blunk, Fernando Arrabal, and Chloe Wise. Plus: The kamara, a series of paintings from the Peloponnese coast by Jean-Philippe Delhomme, and Making meaning, a conversation with Susan Sellers, Andrew Zuckerman, and Sam Grawe