Spring / Summer 2021
Featuring: Sabrina Fuentes, Pedro Friedeberg, Lucia Pescador, Alex Streeter, Tabboo!, Victor Barragán, Anders Frederik Steen & Anne Bruun Blauert, David Numwami, Luo Yang, Alexandra Cunningham Cameron & Seth Cameron, Leopold Banchini, Larry Stanton, Mario García Torres, and Roger Herman.
Plus: the New York home of Louise Bourgeois,‘All the things I know’, the first chapter in a graphic novel by Zebadiah Keneally, and ‘The imitations’, a short story by Ottessa Moshfegh.
Released: May 17, 2021.
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Autum / Winter 2020 - 2021
Featuring: Martine Rose, Carlo Rovelli, Anne Holtrop, James Wines, Kali Malone, Bernadette Després, Charles Perry, Manuel Núñez Yanowsky, Park Seo-Bo, Ottessa Moshfegh, Andrea Branzi, Olivier Mosset, Tunde Wey, and Thomas Demand.
Plus: Willi Smith’s life on Lispenard, a conversation on the Indigenous Australian concept of Country, a selection of Luigi Ghirri interiors by Matt Connors, and ‘Funny body’, a short story by Yelena Moskovich.
Spring / Summer 2019
Featuring: Kazuo Shinohara’s ‘House in Uehara’, Telfar Clemens, Patrick Bouju, Coco Capitán, Carlos Somorrostro, Laurie Spiegel, Tadanori Yokoo, Samiro Yunoki, Jessica Ogden, Ricky Swallow, Paloma Lanna, Nobuo Sekine, Takuro Kuwata, and Thomas Lauderdale.
Plus: Spaces of Desire, a conversation between Kembra Pfahler, Robert Yang, and Joel Sanders, and ‘The Forgotten Painter,’ a story by Jean-Philippe Delhomme.
Autumn / Winter 2018-19
Featuring: Fernando Botero, Françoise Mouly, Nazario Luque, Oh Hyuk, Gertrude Abercrombie, Mélanie Scarciglia & Christophe Boutin, BV Doshi, Yvon Lambert, Sheila Heti, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Nick Murphy, Ruben Östlund, Ingo Maurer, Campbell Addy, and Ruth Rogers.
Plus: ‘Helena: A Shadow in the Plaza Real’, a comic by Nazario Luque, and The Crystal and the Flame, the Sardinia of Alberto Ponis.
Each issue runs several hundred pages and features stunning photography and lengthy, in-depth interviews with some of the most interesting people on the planet.
Apartamento features people, their homes and the lives they lead inside them everyday. The magazine was founded by Nacho Alegre, Marco Velardi and Omar Sosa, who sought to create a publication that felt more personal than the interior design and architectural magazines available at the time.
The joy of the publication is in learning more about the artists and people you love while discovering a wide variety of new-to-you talents in every imaginable field — music, sculpture, interior design, painting, restaurateurs, illustration, fashion design, architecture, photography, and many more.