Ark Journal

Current Issue $67.00

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Description

Copenhagen-based, Ark Journal is a biannual magazine which explores the spaces around us, the objects we put in them and the people who make them. Bridging architecture, design and art, Ark Journal shows them as interplay rather than in silos, and with an enduring sense of Scandinavian values and aesthetics.

Each issue the Ark Journal team visits extraordinary homes around the world that are more than the sum of their parts and that express the personal narratives of the people who live in them, their philosophies and influences. By placing architecture at the core of Ark Journal, it is considered in the broader context of our lives, reflecting its more humanistic side and celebrating tactility and individual dimensions.

Current Issue: Volume VII

ARK JOURNAL VOLUME VII explores the interaction of architecture, design and art over time, and looks at history as a constant source of inspiration for creating new ideas. We present detailed examinations of architecture from some of the greatest masters, including an early building by FRANK O. GEHRY and a modest MARCEL BREUER house that is not only a home but, for the most recent owners, also a long-standing lesson in how to live well. The Belgian architect GLENN SESTIG discreetly transforms a radical concrete masterpiece by IVAN VAN MOSSEVELDE, while collector and designer FREDERICK HOOFT simply leaves an avant-garde 1960s villa largely as he found it. We visit a MINIMALIST SCANDINAVIAN HOUSE in an untamed coastal landscape and a solitary NORDIC VILLA enveloped by nature. In Volume VII we draw attention to the heritage of craftmanship, especially Latin American practitioners using materials from the past, and visit Mexico City-based ESRAWE STUDIO and online platform UNNO GALLERY. A special insert is dedicated to designer and artist MARCIN RUSAK and his reworking of history, nature and craftmanship. In our popular CASE STUDIES, we range from the archaic to the avant-garde in the extraordinary HISTORIC HOME OF A SCULPTOR, and an ARNE JACOBSEN pavilion by the sea is the scene for design pieces with simple lines and organic forms.

Country of Origin: Denmark
Frequency: 2 per year