The founders behind the agency Moon, now welcomes Space magazine, a new interior and culture magazine that combines frank photography and writing with the universal and sometimes extravagant subject of living.

The premier issue, launched September 20 at Andreas Murkudis store in Berlin, will take you from the late Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s lost library in Vyborg, Russia, to the mid-century furniture dealer, Stockholm-based Paul Jackson’s stockpile of design classics... Wilhelm Ka?ge vases, bundles of Kaare Klint’s and so much more. The people (Gap creative director Rebekka Bay, top model Iselin Steiro, artist Thomas FOS, and many more) you will meet in Space magazine are good company and their wonderful spirit is what comes alive in the magazine. On the cover, shot by Mikael Jansson, Space magazine met up with pioneering film director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) in his office in one of the Gotham-like King’s Towers that rise high over Stockholm.

“The issue is loosely themed ‘family and friends’ and it’s about those we hold dear. Our first step was to invite our friends to hook up with people who inspire them to show how they work and live. At Space magazine, we don’t believe in having only one point of view. That is why it’s been a pleasure to see the work of so many photographers and writers come together: from the late Keld Helmer-Petersen’s architectural photography to Mikael Jansson’s cinematic portraits of Tomas Alfredson. It’s been a great experience to put this together.”

The founders behind the agency Moon, now welcomes Space magazine, a new interior and culture magazine that combines frank photography and writing with the universal and sometimes extravagant subject of living.

The premier issue, launched September 20 at Andreas Murkudis store in Berlin, will take you from the late Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s lost library in Vyborg, Russia, to the mid-century furniture dealer, Stockholm-based Paul Jackson’s stockpile of design classics... Wilhelm Ka?ge vases, bundles of Kaare Klint’s and so much more. The people (Gap creative director Rebekka Bay, top model Iselin Steiro, artist Thomas FOS, and many more) you will meet in Space magazine are good company and their wonderful spirit is what comes alive in the magazine. On the cover, shot by Mikael Jansson, Space magazine met up with pioneering film director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) in his office in one of the Gotham-like King’s Towers that rise high over Stockholm.

“The issue is loosely themed ‘family and friends’ and it’s about those we hold dear. Our first step was to invite our friends to hook up with people who inspire them to show how they work and live. At Space magazine, we don’t believe in having only one point of view. That is why it’s been a pleasure to see the work of so many photographers and writers come together: from the late Keld Helmer-Petersen’s architectural photography to Mikael Jansson’s cinematic portraits of Tomas Alfredson. It’s been a great experience to put this together.”

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