This issue features the opulence of the house of art historian and Old Masters dealer Mark Broch in Holland, the coziness of the Studio Peregalli in the heart of Milan seen through the lens of Francois Halard and a portfolio on what William Kent is all about: architecture, gardens and furniture. Other stories spotlight Canary Island, Morocco, and Italy.
Cabana is about intimacy, exploring the close relationship each person has with interiors and design. Not only big and grand rooms, but the small detail or object in a corner that makes a room feel unique and yet personal. The German word gemütlich summons the Cabana vision, conveying an inviting feeling of warmth and sense of space. Whether it be a palazzo, a flat, a folly or a hut, the Cabana mood is an appreciation of the sensory and experiential characteristics of interiors.
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