The Art of Sharing Thoughts and Bringing People Together Around a Table
Quietly set in the heart of Lisbon’s thrilling Príncipe Real neighbourhood, Peter Ødegaard’s home away from home is a sight for sore eyes.
A Woman's Touch
We called issue Nº9 “A Woman’s Touch” for the strong and inspiring women we have met along the way.
Launch of Issue No. 9
Openhouse celebrated the launch of issue Nº9 with a private dinner and hold a series of talks with great names in architecture, art, and design.
The group turned into an audience by the simple fact of sharing the wait for the music, winds up exchanging opinions, drinking and reading short stories.
In 2007, a group of Oxford University students launched Student Hubs Oxford, a charity that enables students to volunteer and make a difference.
When Barragán first walked into El Pedregal, a barren land of volcanic rocks in the suburbs of Mexico City, a utopia came to mind.
Collecting subjects and objects
In what used to be an old convent in Antwerps historical centre, Valerie Traan Gallery is constantly exploring the boundaries of art, design & architecture.
The Heart of A Comunity
Clearly, Steve and Jules Horrell are no ordinary restauranteurs…
A keen photographic eye
Truly great people tend to stand out for their humility. At least that is the case of Joana Biarnés, Spain’s first female photojournalist.
We are open
Thayse Viegas & Maurizio Bergo decided to turn their private home into a innovative art gallery & design studio aiming at promoting emerging talents.
Creative souls combined their talents in the genesis of Casa Mãe and today it reflects the best of modern Portugal - handcrafted, sustainable and with a simple, tranquil beauty.
An avant-garde heritage
Rosa Orrantia is the owner of Persuade, one of the world’s top fashion boutiques located in Bilbao.
Thread was set up as a dynamic artist residency program where International and Senegalese artists can meet, exchange and create.
A Way of Love
In Cambridge, close to the University, four tiny cottages were meld together in 1957 by painter H.S. Jim Ede and turned into a beautiful house-art gallery.
House of Toogood resides on a once neglected corner plot, where now this home has taken root as a place of nurturing under the care of a very special design family.
Where does work life end and home life begin? For Natalie Shirinian and Elizabeth Baudouin there is no answer.
Ideas are intangible; they have led us to design cities and establish ways of life from the beginning of time. They have no boundaries, and those which we attribute to them are often artifices that we imposed upon ourselves, so long ago that our minds have forgotten.
Dining with Alexandre Gauthier
Just two hours from Paris an elegant sixteenth century farmhouse awaits you, laying on the edge of a quiet river lined with aromatic plants and centenarian trees.
Exhibition by Openhouse & USM
Openhouse together with USM transformed the Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe into a house.
The many flowers of smoke
It started in Barcelona, when a group of friends who missed the food from their home countries, began to cook.
Hida is an area known for its master carpenters, the Hida-takumi, whose distinctive and impeccable technique made them highly sought after throughout history.
This Catalan brand does not aspire to follow market trends but to set them, and the creation of a healthy eco-friendly coffee-maker forms part of this goal.
Architecture, Coffee and An Open Door
The building located at Pamplona St. No.88 used to be a warehouse and storage space covered in graffiti.
Surrounded by the Northern Alps, the mountainous Hida region of the Gifu Prefecture is in the centre of the archipelago, 90 percent of which is forested.
Commitment in its purest form
Building houses with Christian Bourdais
We drove for two hours through the grape vines that surround either side of the highway down to Tarragona, ascending the the mountain range and the Parc Natural Els Ports.
Quality, perfection & timeless elegance
Quality, perfection & timeless elegance.
Santa & Cole was conceived by Nina Masó, Gabriel Ordeig Cole, and Javier Nieto Santa during the summer of 1985.
A home from home
After months dealing with fear of the new and the unknown, I decided to allocate the spare room I had at home to accommodating travellers in my hometown, Córdoba.
A wall uniting art and community
A line drawn across a piece of paper turned Casa Wabi into a reality when Tadao Ando first sketched.
My name is Tony Hornecker and I started an illegal clandestine restaurant, in my house, in London.