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- Order number: WALL-SEP19-STYL
- Publisher Wallpaper
- Weight: 1,45 kg
It’s September and time for Wallpaper*'s particular sort of Style Special. Wallpaper* have compiled their favourite new architects of fashion; Smiljan Radić works his truly timeless magic on the new Alexander McQueen flagship on London’s Bond Street, BIG’s Bjarke Ingels triumphantly brings the Haussmannian atrium up-to-date at the new Galeries Lafayette Champs-Élysées, Roz Barr orchestrates the perfect studio space at Selfridges in London, Snøhetta gets extra textural for Holzweiler in Oslo, Hesselbrand works wonders with the rawest of materials at Alyx’s temporary showroom in Paris, and artist and designer Duccio Maria Gambi brings tough geometry to Tokyo for Plan C.
From retail to residence, Paule Ka founder Serge Cajfinger invites Wallpaper* into his Marcio Kogan-designed beach house in Brazil – Kogan was commissioned after Cajfinger saw his Paraty house in an issue of the magazine.
As for Wallpaper*'s four main fashion stories, they have botanical style with Brigitte Niedermair’s flowers- and seeds-inspired shoot; Dham Srifuengfung take Wallpaper* back to art school; Julien T Hamon visits Casa do Monte in Lisbon, designed by Leopold Banchini Architects (selected for our 2019 Architects’ Directory) with Daniel Zamarbide; and Wallpaper celebrate the man of the house in a story photographed by Marili Andre.
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