Design Anthology Issue 12
Design Anthology is Asia’s new quarterly magazine for interior design, art, architecture and travel. As an independent publisher, they have created the type of design magazine they want to read — cleaner looking than other design magazines, more focussed in its editorial, and much more sophisticated in its tone in an effort to provide a reading experience that will transport and inspire you. The magazine aims to be a celebration of the burgeoning creative and cultural scene in Asia. Making up more than half of the world’s population, this is an important place. Design Anthology is a magazine for design connoisseurs, sybarites and bon vivants.
Each issue features quality writing by an international team on art, interiors, design, architecture and travel, with a great focus on the photography.
In this issue, this and much more: Niseko - Breaking down barriers between indoor and outdoor and communing with nature through internal spaces surrounded by landscapes, this Hokkaido home reflects two core tenants of Japanese design / Johor Bahru - A simple terrace house upends spatial expectations through the clever integration of ‘negative space’ for light and greenery / Melbourne - A modernist icon in a leafy suburb gets a 21st century update / Ceramics Workshop - Whether it’s his Hong Kong studio and restaurant or his new organic farm and workshop centre, ceramicist Terence Lee loves to share his passion for pottery / Designer Profile - Shinichiro Ogata is a designer who transcends categorisation, yet a vision combining traditional Japanese aesthetics with a modern sensibility permeates his creations / Curated - A roundup of our favourite quirky tableware designs to liven up your next dinner party / Installation - Architect Ole Scheeren unveils a new fast-food concept that adds some theatre to eating on the go
Softcover, Issue 12, 202 pages. Printed in Hong Kong on FSC-certified paper.
19.5 x 26.5 x 1.9cm
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