Space Magazine # 02

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Space Magazine # 02

Spring/Summer 2015
Sprache: Englisch Erscheinungsrhythmus: 2 Ausgaben pro Jahr Ursprungsland: Dänemark Seiten: 146 >> Magazin: Space Maße: L: 33cm B: 24cm

The founders behind the agency Moon, now welcomes Space Magazine 02, an interior and culture magazine that combines photography and writing with the universal subject of living. The second issue, launched May 2015, explore artists studios, with a focus on the workspaces of our friends and collaborators – the artists who inspire us most.

Take a seat

Photographer Jonas Unger proves that there is more to chairs 
than just being practical objects.
 Photography Jonas Unger


Artist, photographer, garden designer and Renaissance man Benjamin Alexander Huseby gives us a tour of his obsessions. 
Photography Benjamin Alexander Huseby, 
Text Frederik Bjerregaard


Ceramist Jessica Hans’s raw and imperfect pottery is like 
nothing you’ve ever seen.
 Photography Bohman and Sjöstrand, Styling Max Schiller

Copenhagen spaces

Architecture-student-turned-photographer Philip Messmann’s take on Copenhagen and its architects.
 Photography Philip Messmann

The unexpected space between reality and imagination

He may be one of the most in-demand architects out there, but 
Jo Nagasaka is keeping it real with “down to earth” designs.
Photography Lucy Campri, Text Frederik Bjerregaard

Not just Another Man

Influential fashion editor Alister Mackie invites Space 
Magazine into his home. 

Photography Casper Sejersen, Text Frederik Bjerregaard

Unremarkable spaces

Artist Mamma Andersson talks painting and life with her friend 
and art director Greger Ulf Nilson.
 Portrait Hasse Nielsen, Conversation Greger Ulf Nilson

Man on the Moon

Modern and contemporary furniture at the Moon HQ 
in Copenhagen. 

Photography Kira Bunse, Styling Emelie Johansson

Naked Ambition

Danish artist Tal R reveals all about his extraordinary series 
of nude women. 

Photography Hasse Nielsen, Text Frederik Bjerregaard

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