Sloft is an independent architecture and design magazine with a specific focus on small-sized interiors and, more precisely, on interiors ranging from 15 to 70 square meters.
The purpose of the magazine is to promote the vision of a more sustainable, more accessible and more beautiful city, starting from the assumption that architecture is a response to rethink urban life and address the challenges it faces: pollution, stress. , increased cost of living, noise, etc.
In this issue:
We take you to Paris, but also to Marseille, Alsace, Lisbon, the French Riviera and Venice to discover interiors between modernity and contemporaneity. A selection that shows us how to enhance recent architecture, not always appreciated by the general public. But times are changing, thanks to the opinions of architects, designers and passionate people. Reinventing is the surest way not to waste!
We also explore the "Myth of the Cabane" around the intimate work of a giant of modernism, Le Corbusier's Cabanon.
We invite you to visit three designers, the stylist Ekhi Busquet, the writer Arthur Dreyfus and the singer, stylist and painter Vava Dudu.
Eclecticism, poetry, art, escape, beauty and good ideas are absolutely not a function of the number of square meters!
Dimensions 19x24 cm
Number of pages: 224
Language: English and French