Ark Journal | Vol. II
In Volume II we focus on how architecture evolves and frames our existence and we celebrate the soulful interplay of art, design and architecture. In a special additional 16-page magazine the acclaimed photographer Francois Halard shares his personal portfolio of interiors and architecture. Danish Vietnamese artist Danh Vo invites us into his Berlin apartment and country home; Mich̬le Lamy explores materiality in her Paris atelier; John Pawson admits his new country home has softened his views on minimalism and Max Lamb discusses how materials dictate his designs.
We visit a concrete house in Gotland that takes its cues from the rugged landscape; meet two Danish artists who built their home in MÌün as a living composition; and discuss harmony and purpose with an architect and furniture designer in their Copenhagen apartment. Delving into the archives of the great Danish modernist JÌürn Utzon, we visit two of his rarely shown houses that show his genius for designing homes that enrich their inhabitants lives.