Reported by Marco Velardi, 12 October 2010, 16:53 PM
Been a while, but summer has been crazy filled with new projects. Two of them are being released this week.
The first will be unveiled on Thursday night in Milan, and it’s the total relaunch of Casamica, the Corriere della Sera Design supplement, which I headed together with my agency partner Davies Costacurta and Omar Sosa from Apartamento. The second is the launch of Everyday Life Books by Apartamento Magazine with its first book, The Story of a Mug, by the Swedish duo Byggstudio this coming Saturday in Berlin at Do You Read Me?!. This first book has been made possible thanks to the support of Iittala, who believed in the project since the first moment, and we hope there will be many more books to come in the next few years.
Reported by Marco Velardi, 11 June 2010, 13:41 PM
If you are in Barcelona with your kids this weekend, don’t miss Taller de Arquitectura, a workshop by Apartamento for SonarKids at Macba.
Reported by Marco Velardi, 16 May 2010, 09:16 AM
Never really thought of being in the food business but seems like the latest Apartamento Tasca pop-up restaurant is proving very successful these days in NY, might be the time to switch from publishing… Well maybe too early to say as we have two more dinners to go. By the way this whole project wouldn’t have been possible without Nick and Karen who are kindly hosting us at their amazing location in the East Village. Next time you are in the city you should go check out their shows and books and who knows next… a Biergarten?
Reported by Marco Velardi, 9 April 2010, 05:00 AM
If you are in Milan next Tuesday, we are going to release the latest issue of Apartamento at FoodMarketo, a project mixing the idea of a classic pop-up shop with an open kitchen workshop, that we have put together over the last few months with the boys at DesignMarketo and the help of Marion Friedmann.
Hope to see a few of you around, and if this wasn’t enough to drag you down there, the same evening, at Kaleidoscope HQ, who are kindly hosting us, you will be able to check out Enzo Mari’s private collection of paperweights, shown to the public for the first time.
Reported by Marco Velardi, 9 March 2010, 09:53 AM
Spent the last two months working tightly with the amazing Andy Rementer on a special editorial project for Milanese brand SKITSCH. A small publication which will be released on March 25 in London, during their new UK store opening, and Apartamento European readers will find inside their copy from late April. Just got this pic from our AD Omar Sosa at the printer and it’s looking really good!