The magazine for inspiring urban interiors from 15 to 70 m².
In this third bilingual issue:
We take you to Saint-Denis , Aubervilliers , Picardy , Ghent , Venice and even Osaka ... without forgetting Parisdiscovering achievements that speak to us of the present time and of eternal time. Present times with the rediscovery of the architectural heritage of the 1970s showing a new interest in its functional apartments located in large condominiums. Or by the new look at suburban towns that were once off the radar. Eternal time with the possible dream of a Venetian palace. Or by distancing the contemporary bustle between the thick walls of a house in Osaka. Or in the calm of a Picard workshop.
We are also interested in Townhouses for their ability to fit into a constrained urban fabric by exploiting unusual plots. We discover the first work of an architect-artist who has become a giant, the Sumiyoshi Row House by Tadao Ando in Osaka, all in horizontality. And we take its vertical opposite in Ghent by discovering the improbable house of Natalie and Hannes, as playful as it is innovative. Due to their fierce independence, their resistance to the homogeneous overall plan, these houses affirm the very personal identity of their designers in the urban fabric, they bring to the city the faces of a welcome urban diversity.
We finally invite ourselves to three creators. In the hidden workshop of the duo of designers who founded the Herah studio , Louis Ainesi and Quentin Ravasse, to discuss with them their desire for independent manufacturing. And in Aubervilliers, at the visual artist and model agency boss Cyril Debon who tells us about an artistic project as disruptive as it is jubilant!
Eclecticism, poetry, art, escape, beauty and good ideas are definitely not a function of the number of square meters!
- 224 pages of bilingual French / English content, exclusive and inspiring
- 7 Exclusive Guided Tours with passionate professionals and individuals who reveal their ideas for decor & furnishings
- 1 folder dedicated to compact townhouses
- 2 meetings of creators
- 1 collaboration between Sloft and the Herah studio around a new wall lamp
- A compact and very practical 17 x 24 dimension like Sloft