Kinfolk #51

28,00 $


What will define this next era of design? It’s a question we attempt to answer in Issue Fifty-One of Kinfolk magazine—a visual masterpiece full of inspiring interiors, cutting-edge furniture, and insight from the world’s most thoughtful designers and architects. Inside, we visit 10 of the best emerging and established studios around the world and explore how design is much more than aesthetics; it’s a reflection of culture, a mirror to our values and a compass guiding us toward the future.

We speak to John Pawson in London and Inga Sempé in Paris, both of whom seem to be moving away from minimalism. Elsewhere, we visit the studios of renowned designers Garance Vallée, Minjae Kim and Halleroed, among others, and find out how design can be a catalyst for social change and a driver toward a more sustainable future. Later, we delve into interiors, traveling to Ecuador and Illinois to visit two iconic residences: the home architect Karl Kohn built for himself in Quito and the Mies van der Rohe–designed Edith Farnsworth House.

Since 2011 Kinfolk has established itself as a leader in art and culture, design and aesthetics, architecture, and homes and interiors. Our quarterly lifestyle magazine is sold in over 100 countries, published in three languages and makes the perfect coffee table magazine or gift for a creative. Featuring inspiring photography, fashion and style, as well as examinations of slow living, Kinfolk is an art and design publication that seeks to promote quality of life and connect a community of creative thinkers.

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