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Kinfolk Vol. 31

Kinfolk Vol. 31

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《Kinfolk》雜誌2019年春季專刊第31期:建築意象
《Kinfolk》雜誌春季專刊將主題建立在我們對設計的基礎興趣上,探討令許多人充滿抱負與夢想的學科:建築學。

本次專刊主題將深入研究20世紀最偉大的建築師及家具設計師夏洛特‧佩里安的作品。他曾說過:「住宅藝術的延伸就是生活藝術」。編輯群從中探討外部環境和室內優勢之間的密切關係,發現從兩者之間鑿取更多專業的偉大建築師。

建築本身影響居住者的情緒和行為模式。同樣地,我們建構或希望建構的東西則反映了我們的內心狀態,同時也建造了我們希望重塑世界的藍圖。本期的《Kinfolk》雜誌將向所有建築師致敬,內容收錄從烏托邦建築的歷史調查內容,到已被拆除的最有遠見建築項目的檔案照片,或是上個世紀從未被建造的作品等。編輯群更專訪那些將怪異奇幻的想像成就為現實的建築大師:新銳建築師Asif Khan相信未來建築的重點在於「輕盈、智能、極簡」,因此激發她建構了融入煙、泡泡和水墨等透明和半透明圖案的黑洞建築。

本期人物專訪則邀請獨立搖滾創作女歌手Sharon Van Etten,談論為何她會在創作新專輯的同時選擇就讀心理學學位,同時也和為紐約芭蕾舞團編舞的編舞家亞伯拉罕渡過美好的一天。隨著天氣變暖,我們的思緒也隨之而來,新一季專刊中,編輯群將為即將到來的春天謬思更多全新的篇章,一口咬下宛如多汁蜜桃的歷史與過往。

Issue Thirty-One
 
The spring issue of Kinfolk builds on our foundational interest in design to consider the discipline in its most ambitious manifestation: architecture.
 
Mid-century architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand, whose archives we delve into in this issue, once wrote: “The extension of the art of dwelling is the art of living.” We interrogate this close relationship between external surroundings and interior wellbeing and meet the architects chipping away at the partition wall between the two.
 
Buildings affect the mood and behavior of their inhabitants. Equally, the things we build—or wish to build—reflect our own state of mind; blueprints of the ways in which we hope to reinvent the world. This issue of Kinfolk will pay homage to the architects with dreams too big for city planners to swallow—from an investigation into the history of utopian design to a photo essay about the most visionary projects that have been demolished, or simply never-built, over the last century. We also interview those who have bridged the divide and made their strangest whims a reality: like Asif Khan, whose belief in a future where architecture is “light, intelligent and simple” inspired him to build with bubbles.
 
Elsewhere in the issue, we meet Sharon Van Etten, who talks about why she chose to study psychology while writing her new album, and we spend a day in the studio with Kyle Abraham—the choreographer making history at the New York City Ballet. As the weather turns warmer, our thoughts follow; this issue’s essays find our writers lingering on balconies, musing on the impossibility of “turning over a new leaf” and biting down on the juicy history of the peach.
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