The founders of the Copenhagen creative agency Moon are delighted to welcome Space Magazine 02, an interior and culture magazine combining photography and writing with the universal subject of living. The second issue, which launched on May 2 at the Andreas Murkudis Möbel store in Berlin, explores artists’ studios, focussing on the workspaces of our friends and collaborators – the artists who inspire us most. Alister Mackie, the creative director of Another Man magazine, and possibly the most influential menswear stylist of our times, gives us a unique tour of his home and studio in East London. In Stockholm, we meet with the artist Mamma Andersson, known for her almost hypnotic studies of everyday life – mysterious but hauntingly familiar. For this issue, Mamma documented her atelier with a candid and eye-opening series of Polaroid images. We also meet the Norwegian photographer and artist Benjamin Alexander Huseby, who, realising that he needed a change of scene from photographing fashion in London, moved to Kreuzberg in Berlin, joining the Basso collective, a hub for activity and activism. “Sitting with these artists – Alister Mackie, Benjamin, Tal R, Karin Mamma Andersson – in their studios we were reminded that besides giving insights into the creative process, a studio visit is also about refreshing your own imagination.”

The founders of the Copenhagen creative agency Moon are delighted to welcome Space Magazine 02, an interior and culture magazine combining photography and writing with the universal subject of living. The second issue, which launched on May 2 at the Andreas Murkudis Möbel store in Berlin, explores artists’ studios, focussing on the workspaces of our friends and collaborators – the artists who inspire us most. Alister Mackie, the creative director of Another Man magazine, and possibly the most influential menswear stylist of our times, gives us a unique tour of his home and studio in East London. In Stockholm, we meet with the artist Mamma Andersson, known for her almost hypnotic studies of everyday life – mysterious but hauntingly familiar. For this issue, Mamma documented her atelier with a candid and eye-opening series of Polaroid images. We also meet the Norwegian photographer and artist Benjamin Alexander Huseby, who, realising that he needed a change of scene from photographing fashion in London, moved to Kreuzberg in Berlin, joining the Basso collective, a hub for activity and activism. “Sitting with these artists – Alister Mackie, Benjamin, Tal R, Karin Mamma Andersson – in their studios we were reminded that besides giving insights into the creative process, a studio visit is also about refreshing your own imagination.”

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