Books & Magazines January, 1 2013

Japanese Interior Design Magazine Casa Brutus talk to Designboom

Casa Brutus, one of those magazines that makes you want stuff you really don’t need, is the latest subject of Designboom’s Questionnaire series. For 30 years and counting the publication has been a top seller in Japan and much coveted by those abroad just for its pretty pictures. Part of the same group responsible for Popeye and Oily Boy,  the magazines creators describe – “the basic concept of Casa BRUTUS is different from other Japanese design magazines. Casa BRUTUS takes a holistic approach, featuring not just design and architecture, but those lifestyle attributes that people who like design and architecture are also interested in such as fashion, automobiles, travel and much more.” An interesting read, get stuck in over here and check out the gallery for more.