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Openhouse magazine no.19

Openhouse magazine issue 19 By Mölle

Openhouse magazine is a biennial magazine with beautiful photos and interesting articles about architecture, interior, design, travel, gastronomy and art. Openhouse Magazine takes you on a journey to the most fascinating places around the world and opens doors to the homes of creative and inspiring people. The new issue of Openhouse has arrived. Here's what you will find in the nineteenth edition of the lifestyle and culture magazine, Lingering Collections. 

Casa Stella
Throughout, Casa Stella seems like a kind of negotiation, or invitation, between effort and relaxation, concentration and imagination - perhaps coming from the formative 'play and plan' of Ivan and Alberto, whose friendship has deepened over the years. Ivan describes Casa Stella as a “sanctuaria in nature” in which no colour, forms or shapes are alien to what is outside its stella in issue 19 of openhouse magazineMerlin Labron-Johnson
“When I set up Osip, I decided I wasn’t going to bang on about it in public. And so it became – without trying to shout about it and using the word I hate – the most sustainable restaurant than what I’ve owned before.” For those who ‘have appetite, will travel’, Merlin Labron-Johnson’s endeavours are putting Bruton on the map above all else.Oenhouse magazine no.19 Merlin Labron-Johnson Osip restaurantVillaD
Architecture and nature blend together perfectly in VillaD, a pleasant and out of time getaway in Marrakech. Located in the middle of a lush seventeen-acre domain covered with dates palms, olive trees and all sorts of aromatic plants emanating oriental scents. “At VillaD, we have, at heart, the shaping of very unique, customised experiences according to each person’s preferences and interests.”Openhouse magazine VillaD Marrakech By MölleRosa Park
As director of Francis Gallery, Rosa Park has an intimate understanding of objects – an intuition for materials and meaning that presents itself in subtle and affecting ways. Drawn to impermanence and imperfection, Park is attracted to patina rather than gloss, intricate layers over exuberant forms. She introduces her most familiar and personal pieces in this new issue of Openhouse.

Take a closer look into Openhouse Magazine no.19 here.Rosa Park director of Francis Galler in Openhouse magazine issue 19