Openhouse Magazine

Openhouse Magazine

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we talk to Jermome Waag, head chef at Chez Panisse, about what he likes to cook at home for his friends in his time off.

In Barcelona we take a look at the warehouse space, Espacio 88, that holds an architecture studio, a coffee van in the mornings, and many different pop-ups. We take a peek into the Freunde von Freunden Apartment in Berlin, that takes shape as an office, event space and a cosy apartment for occasional overnight guests.

In a small village in the italian countryside, Attillio and Paola live in the old Cinema Flora, and regularly open their doors for film nights. Then we immerse ourselves in the delights of Fez, and Tara Steven's courtyard cooking school, Dar Namir. Fem Güçlütürk, opens the doors to her home in Istanbul which is also a plant shop and laboratory, Labofem.

Back in Barcelona we discover a self made home school for Oihan and his friends. Amaryllis Jacobs has made her wonderful home in Brussels into a twice yearly gallery space, Maniera, for architect designed pieces. And to finish, we fly across the pond to visit the beautiful Glass House, the home of the architect, Philip Johnson.

Issue 3 we visit Analiese Gregory in her weekend cabin in the foothills of Sydney, who tells us about her love of woodfire cooking for her friends.

In Brooklyn, Karen Mordechai tells us about her Sunday Suppers that started in her home and now has a large base of "New Friends".

Coloni in Sweden tell us about their floating Pocket Park, that was set up to teach residents that you don't need to have a large space to grow your own flowers and vegetables. Then we visit Lea and Rob's b&b in Fiskiars, Finland, who have made much more out of the old village laundry.

In the beautiful Tuscan Hills, we stayed at the stunning Villa Lena; part hotel part artists residence, a creative hub to escape the city.

Andres takes us on his classic wooden sailing boat, Yanira, in the regatta of Menorca, where you can join him for a not typical sailing experience. Then back to Barcelona and "las cosas de Martinez" who's home holds weekly dinner and theatre evenings.

Jean-Claude opens his doors for us in Frankfurt, where his Privatoffspace, is his home and a gallery of art.

We end this issue with 3 days in the beautiful home of architect, Jorn Utzon in Mallorca. He loved to share the house with fellow architects and friends so much, that his family started the Utzon Foundation and give the house to architects to spend time to contemplate, think about a project, or simply take time out, and enjoy this magical piece of architecture

Issue 4 we visit Marjorie, who has opened her home every sunday for the last 20 years to give jazz concerts in her beloved Harlem.
Also every sunday, artist Jim Haynes has been making dinners for the last 37 years in Paris. We pick vegetables at Muld, a field to table farm just outside of Copenhagen,
and visit the secret garden of the Pandolfini family in the heart of Florence. With many more interviews and stories in between, we finish with the modernist house,
architect Harry Seidler built for his mother as his first project in Sydney, that is open as part of the Sydney Living Museums.

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