PIN-UP 23 – The Comfort Issue
PIN-UP 23 – The Comfort Issue (Fall/Winter 2017-2018) is featuring:
Whether it’s large-scale public projects or small-scale interventions, this consistently innovative architect is always game to push her studio into territories unknown.
Interview by Andrew Ayers; Portraits by Daniel Trese.
CHARLES HOLLIS JONES
From smalltown boy to Mr. Lucite: the hardworking Hollywood legend reflects on a life lived by design.
Interview by Michael Bullock; Portraits by Ramsey Alderson.
IRIS VAN HERPEN
Inspired by chemistry, physics, and the architecture of the body, this Dutch-born fashion futurist has made a science of challenging the status quo.
Interview by Tamar Shafrir; Photography by Vytautas Kumza.
With more than a dozen modern classics under his belt, the design world’s thinking tinkerer continues to believe in the inspiration power of disruption.
Interview by Felix Burrichter; Portraits by Lukas Wassmann.
Also in PIN-UP 23: At home with art collective Slavs and Tatars, Lucio Fontana’s Milan penthouse; the interiors of Arquitectura-G; public benches in a park near Stockholm by Max Lamb, Philippe Malouin, Scholten & Baijings, and many more; the designer Katie Stout in her Brooklyn studio; the paradox of comfort, as told by Apparatus, Rafael de Cárdenas, June 14, Olalekan Jeyifous, Frank Lloyd Wright, Soft Baroque, Nanu Al Hamad, and Maria Cristina Didero; an essay about toilet architecture by Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley; another essay about the power of perfume by Gerlan Marcel, an interview with artist Debi Cornwall.
Plus: Francesco Vezzoli, Herman Verkerk, BLESS, Jonathan Olivares, and a special supplement on the late, great American design genius Ward Bennett.