Openhouse is a biannual magazine that talks about art, design, architecture and culture. A guide of creative people who share their philosophy of life with us, based on the conversation of values like tradition, nature, art and identity.
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.