Space Magazine 06


Space Magazine is a new interior and culture biannually that combines frank photography and writing with the universal and sometimes extravagant subject of living. Space Magazine creates a new mark for mixing unique interiors and design with great stories. It includes interviews, reportages and portfolios. The debut issue, out in September 2014, is loosely themed “family and friends” and it’s about those we hold dear. 

This issue features: The modernist architect John Pawson is a master of minimalism. He invited us into in his London office to discuss his stellar career and to explain why, for him less is always more. Since its first edition five years ago, the Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen has grown exponentially, bringing together artists, galleries, and collectors. We talk to the fair’s founder about the secret of its success. in the Danish countryside, artists Karen Bennicke and Peder Rasmussen live and work together, burning the midnight oil in their studio. We caught up with the pair to talk art and life. Danish fashion designer Christel The was taking a break, getting away from it all, when a chance encounter with a restauranteur resulted in a new artistic outlet — a collection of ceramic tableware and cutlery. Sometime in the 1990’s, photographer Mark Lebon — whose work is admired by Juergen Teller and David Slims — quit fashion, taking what he calls ‘semi-retirement’ to bring up his son. Now he’s back.

Measures: 23.5 x 31 cm
Pages: 249
Binding: Soft Cover