• Issue 21 Kinfolk Magazine

    The Home Issue: Within the pages of this issue, the home becomes more than the sum of its walls and floors, chairs and wallpaper—more than a collection of objects. The home and everything it contains are not merely ends in themselves, but the complex elements of each person’s evolving and deeply personal narrative—the foundations of a well-lived life. Elsewhere in the issue, they take a look at the home life of reclusive pianist Glenn Gould, and author Mary Roach explores the science behind why certain places make us uneasy. Sally Mann reflects in words and photographs on the spaces where artist Cy Twombly created some of his most iconic later works, while architect Joseph Dirand, who crafts interiors for Balenciaga and Rick Owens, refuses to view his own home as a living museum and instead sprawls nightly on the carpet with his family, drawing and listening to music.

    Price DKK 179,00
    ~EUR 24,00
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