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Issue # 4
Archive stories

cover Apartamento Magazine issue #4

Autumn/Winter 2009-10

Featuring: Grillo Demo, Philip Crangi, Mark & Garrick, Chloe Sevigny, Sonic Youth, Bertjan Pot, Under the sky, Collage, China apartments, a conversation with Patrizia Moroso, Alisée Matta and Silvia Robertazzi, Jan Lindenberg, Stella’s room, Post sex and relaxation, Meaningless borders, Cyril Duval, Gustavo Di Mario, Sonya Park.

Plus: everyday life kid’s supplement with Andy Rementer, Geoff McFetridge, Enzo Mari and Jordi Ferreiro.


  • apartamentos New York City by Chloe Sevigny Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009 Photography by Lele Saveri I moved to New York in 1993, two days after graduating from high school in Connecticut. Some friends of mine had an apartment in Brooklyn Heights with a room available. I brought my parents into the city to...

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  • front section Growing up in the wrong place Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Alix Browne Photography by Ari Marcopoulos It has been suggested that there is no such thing as a weed. It’s just a plant that happens to be growing in the wrong place. I thought about this recently as...

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  • Jan Lindenberg Post-Materialism in Berlin Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Nick Currie Photography by Hisae Mizutani My friend Jan Lindenberg is showing me around his apartment on a cobbled, leafy street in the Neukölln district of Berlin. There’s something about this place that always impresses me: a thoughtful austerity, something...

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  • Alex Wiederin Going home Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 05, 2010 Interview by Katherine Clary Photography by Dominique Nabokov New York City: On a quiet street in lower Manhattan, Alex Wiederin, creative director and founder of Buero New York, has carved a home out of a former maze of a loft. The airy, plush space exhibits...

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  • Philip Crangi Studio, Factory, Bachelor Pad Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Interview by Michael Bullock Photography by Carlotta Manaigo New York City: Philip Crangi’s grandmother used to tell him every dog has his day. Lately, it seems his day has arrived. Two years ago he won the prestigious CFDA/Vogue fashion award for best...

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  • apartamento Collage Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Elsa Ahlbom Fischer Photography by Nacho Alegre I bought the flat when I was twenty. Twenty and sad. And lonely. I renovated it in a hurry, eager to get my own real home. I bought fake oak from Ikea, everything from the kitchen...

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  • Gustavo Di Mario  Locals only Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text and Photography by Juan Ignacio Moralejo Buenos Aires: Gustavo Di Mario is an Argentinian self-trained photographer who, for 15 years, has been printing his fashion photos with a flavour of the local and native, faithful to the origins of the peaceful and modest...

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  • Gustavo Di Mario  Locals only Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text and Photography by Juan Ignacio Moralejo Buenos Aires: Gustavo Di Mario is an Argentinian self-trained photographer who, for 15 years, has been printing his fashion photos with a flavour of the local and native, faithful to the origins of the peaceful and modest...

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  • Cyril Duval Control tower Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Interview by Simon Castets Photography by Hanayo Tokyo: Like beavers gnawing at tree trunks to turn their habitat into sophisticated shelters, Cyril Duval, a.k.a. item idem, tends to transform any place where he spends more than a few consecutive hours into an ode...

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  • Grillo Demo A true picture of an artist Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Watercolours by Grillo Demo Text by Nacho Alegre It’s funny how sometimes when you discover something or someone very good, you like to keep it as a secret, but when that’s not just good but extremely good, keeping the...

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  • apartamento China apartments Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 by Jocko Weyland When asked to photograph apartments in Beijing I had delusions it would be fairly easy. ‘Hey, I’m taking pictures for this magazine Apartamento of people’s apartments, would you be into that?’ Fairly straightforward, but like many things in China, actually not. Besides...

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  • front section Life through objects Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 14, 2014-15 by JW Anderson The first pieces of arts and crafts furniture I bought were two Harry Napper chairs. Though primarily a textile artist, he also designed a series of tall-back chairs around the same time as Charles Rennie Mackintosh. I became obsessed with...

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  • apartamento Sonic House Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 by Ari Marcopoulos Some years ago Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore moved from New York City to a rambling old place in Northampton, MA.—an unlikely epicentre for the noise music scene. I remembered their old loft where I would browse through Thurston’s record collection in sheer...

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  • front section My Architect Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 10, 2012-13 by Alix Browne Outside my living room window, the David Childs and Daniel Libeskind Freedom Tower has been rising, for the past year or so, to its full symbolic height of 1,776 feet. Inside my living room, a much smaller, though in my...

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  • apartamento Meaningless borders Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Misha Hollenbach Photography by Thomas Jeppe Shauna T. & Misha Hollenbach live in a place called SHITLAND (insert any place name here) and within/outside of this have created their own little vision of Utopia called FOREVEREVERLAND. From here comes all their joy, celebration,...

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  • Mark & Garrick A theory of evolution Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Interview by Emily King Photography by Marco Velardi I have known Mark and Garrick for many, many years. Mark is a curator, currently at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, where he has been responsible for many glorious shows, most recently the...

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  • apartamento Meaningless borders Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Misha Hollenbach Photography by Thomas Jeppe Shauna T. & Misha Hollenbach live in a place called SHITLAND (insert any place name here) and within/outside of this have created their own little vision of Utopia called FOREVEREVERLAND. From here comes all their joy, celebration,...

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  • front section Light/chaos and collecting Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Isabel Mallet Collecting is a condition of humanity. To collect is to possess. Ownership is something that very few people manage to live without, collecting is almost a subconscious activity. What I am interested in is the peripheries and the extremes....

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  • front section Light/chaos and collecting Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Isabel Mallet Collecting is a condition of humanity. To collect is to possess. Ownership is something that very few people manage to live without, collecting is almost a subconscious activity. What I am interested in is the peripheries and the extremes....

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  • do-it-yourself The free potato wallpaper Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 by Bertjan Pot Well… free… okay… so you have to buy the paper and pay for the copies yourself, but the design is free. I like the idea of giving away stuff for free. I have always liked making presents for birthdays or other...

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  • front section Light/chaos and collecting Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Text by Isabel Mallet Collecting is a condition of humanity. To collect is to possess. Ownership is something that very few people manage to live without, collecting is almost a subconscious activity. What I am interested in is the peripheries and the extremes....

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  • Sonya Park  Intimate in Tokyo Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Interview by Misha Janette Photography by Marco Velardi Tokyo: Celebrated wardrobe stylist Sonya Park came to Tokyo via Hawaii via Seoul. Born and raised in Seoul until she moved with her family to Hawaii when she was 12, Park later picked up in Tokyo without a plan. She...

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  • Sonya Park  Intimate in Tokyo Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 04, 2009-10 Interview by Misha Janette Photography by Marco Velardi Tokyo: Celebrated wardrobe stylist Sonya Park came to Tokyo via Hawaii via Seoul. Born and raised in Seoul until she moved with her family to Hawaii when she was 12, Park later picked up in Tokyo without a plan. She...

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