Inside OPENHOUSE Magazine Issue 1 – Private Spaces Become Public

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No. 01 / 09
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Openhouse magazine prepares to launch their debut issue, a twice-yearly publication that “looks to bright, creative people from around the world, who open the doors of their private spaces to the public.” Barcelona-based founders Andrew Trotter and Mari Luz Vidal have opened up their home/office themselves, offering a gallery space and regular supper clubs. Across 144 pages, the journal goes global visiting like-minded folks like BLESS in Berlin, Jo Nagasaka in Tokyo, GnamBox in Milan and The Pale Blue Door in London — all spaces which readers can visit. Take a look inside over in the gallery and grab a copy here.

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