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Openhouse Issue 1

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In the first issue Openhouse talks about their project in Barcelona.
They visit GnamBox in Milan, who invite people to the home to cook their favourite dishes, while they record and present the recipes on their web page.

Openhouse talks talk with Tony Hornecker, who opens his home in London like a theatrical restaurant and performance, called The Pale Blue Door. 

Bless a famous fashion brand, uses an apartment as their Berlin shop. But this apartment is also Mira´s home. 
Jo Nagasaka, well known architect and designer, kindly let them into his studio, which he often opens his doors to make events, exhibitions, dinners and sometimes you can even camp there.

They talk with Luis and Jacobo, of Palau de Casavells, who open their spectacular Costa Brava home as a shop and gallery of art, furniture and design. 

Niki Robinson, holds events and concerts at home in Barcelona, she also rents out some rooms, but her guests get a lot more than just a key.

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In the first issue Openhouse talks about their project in Barcelona.
They visit GnamBox in Milan, who invite people to the home to cook their favourite dishes, while they record and present the recipes on their web page.

Openhouse talks talk with Tony Hornecker, who opens his home in London like a theatrical restaurant and performance, called The Pale Blue Door. 

Bless a famous fashion brand, uses an apartment as their Berlin shop. But this apartment is also Mira´s home. 
Jo Nagasaka, well known architect and designer, kindly let them into his studio, which he often opens his doors to make events, exhibitions, dinners and sometimes you can even camp there.

They talk with Luis and Jacobo, of Palau de Casavells, who open their spectacular Costa Brava home as a shop and gallery of art, furniture and design. 

Niki Robinson, holds events and concerts at home in Barcelona, she also rents out some rooms, but her guests get a lot more than just a key.

144 pages



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