Openhouse Magazine – Issue 15: That Which is Handed Down
Openhouse Magazine is a twice yearly publication, that looks to bright, creative people from around the world, that open their doors of their private spaces to the public, to make different activities about gastronomy, art and design.
In this issue we reflect on the idea of heritage, a word built on concepts of ownership and value. We encounter the legacy of Luis Barragán in Mexico City, and feel the sorrow on Benjamin Clementine’s voice when singing about his childhood and fatherhood. We visit Atelier Vime, where traditional wickerwork takes on a new life, and then explore the universe of the Artigas family at Fundació Josep Llorens Artigas, where a dynasty is devoted to art, generation after generation.