Creating Meaningful Collaborations and Conversations
The Baldwin isn’t merely a commercial gallery in an elegant apartment in Blackheath, London. It is more than that.
The Beautiful Lady Of The Sea
Take charge of a wooden sailboat would entail a great responsibility. I wanted to pick up the phone and calling home, but I refrained.
Regulars, new-comers, travelers, writers, photographers, local Mayors, painters... it is impossible to define a profile of the people who usually join in Jim's feast.
Building Together a New Identity
We spoke with Camilo and Allie, designers of both digital and printed identity of Openhouse, about the process of working on this new stage.
Farming Wildness at Hong Kong
The passion for nature of Michael Leung reminded me that there are things we are obliged to care about as humans.
The beautiful courtyard that opens the view onto stairs and round arches with medieval gangways covered in ivy exceeds all expectations.
The Art of Living
In a Tokyo suburb this Kohei Nawa-inspired family home is a living statement on art, environmentalism, and a return to Japan's communitarian values.
Far from dogmatism, Valérie and Vincenç's home is a true reflection on what is a collection, what it serves, and how to bring it to life.
In the Kitchen with Mónica and Ricky
One cold winter morning in Barceloneta, almost 15 years ago, Mónica and Ricky decided to devote themselves entirely to gastronomy.
There’s one woman who has been a true inspiration to me since the first day we met: entrepreneur Alexandra Nodes.
Too Close Is Never Close Enough
A place where artists from anywhere in the world, who wish to know Lisbon better, come to stay and share the city from this unique point of view.
The Stage Makes a Comeback
As the staircase rises, the house becomes a theatre, concert venue, flamenco tablao, or whatever it needs to be.
A morning with Xavier Corberó
He lights a cigarette; the smoke is dense and it curls among the sculptures that surround him.
At Villa Lena
The contrasts of Villa Lena are both in its life and its design, serenity and wildness in equal measure, whichever you require.
John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin
A towering and meditative villa nesting amongst the trees yet striking in contrast to the backdrop of the sky, it was designed and built by John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin.
Georgia O'Keeffe's Abiquiú Home
American Painter O’Keeffe was an immensely private figure who carefully crafted her persona & shaped a perimeter between her public & private worlds.
Toni & Ester
Product and interior designer, Antoni Arola, took us on a tour of, what used to be a large open warehouse, that together with
partner Ester Rovira, they divided into distinct spaces, and even took the roof off one part to create a central open courtyard and roof terrace.
A Hands-on Touch
At Openhouse we have a love for quality, that is why we knew we had to work with Jason Gregory, the driving force behind MAKR.
A Private Paradise on the Amalfi Coast
Hidden from the madding crowds but still within easy reach of Amalfi Coast’s many attractions lies a private paradise: Ca’ Pa’.
At home with Mira Schröder
I first knew about Bless in London many years ago, but it wasn’t until I was working in Persuade in Bilbao that I understood the complexity of their work.
Francesca Sarti & Food
Francesca has developed forms of experimentation that push and blur the boundaries of food design since she founded Arabeschi di Latte.
Where does work life end and home life begin? For Natalie Shirinian and Elizabeth Baudouin there is no answer.
Dining with Alexandre Gauthier
An elegant sixteenth century farmhouse on the edge of a quiet river lined with aromatic plants and centenarian trees.
The Art of Sharing Thoughts Around a Table
Quietly set in Lisbon’s thrilling Príncipe Real neighbourhood, Peter Ødegaard’s home away from home is a sight for sore eyes.
Brand Editorial Issue 6
Selected pieces from Enea, Zuzunaga, Lobster's Day, Marset, Teixidors, Carl Hansen & Søn, Gebrüeder Thonet Vienna and Usm.
A Woman's Touch
We called issue Nº9 “A Woman’s Touch” for the strong and inspiring women we have met along the way.
Going with our instinct, we simply went ahead and filled the store with all our favourite things and follow our true personal style because, well really, where’s the fun in that?
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.