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  • 144 pages 
  • 27.5cm x 21.5cm 
  • Published in Barcelona, 2017 

Filled with big, dreamy photography, Openhouse is the architecture magazine that offers a leisurely escape. This seventh issue was published in summer 2017 and it’s all about slowing down — founder Andrew Trotter, who designed the majestic Masseria Moroseta house in Puglia, explains in his opening letter a longing for the disconnectedness of his childhood holidays on an English fruit farm.


Elsewhere in this issue you’ll be invited to explore the world’s most calming, harmonious built environments, from Taipei to Buenos Aires, and jot down some new places to visit while you’re at it…


In this issue:


  • The Grandhotel Cosmopolis in Germany is a cross between hotel, restaurant and social project, which gives refugees a place to live and work
  • After years in the theatre business, Lluc and Borja hold regular concerts and theatre nights in their home in the countryside of Barcelona
  • Architecture studio Divooe built Siu Siu Lab in the foothills outside of Taipei, as a place to bring people together in an environment open to the elements
  • Carlo Lanzini of luxury B&B Masseria Moroseta invites guests to slow down between the ancient olive trees in the Pugliese countryside
  • Diana and Olga invite artists to their home to create interventions and use their Buenos Aires loft as a blank canvas
  • And a guided tour of the VDL house in Silver Lake, whose current custodian talks to us about its architect Richard Neutra and his life and dreams
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