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.
In this issue:
This issue is truly a celebration of the decorative detail, timeless design and old-world craftsmanship on which Cabana was founded almost ten years ago. From traditional limewashed houses, embroidered cushions and painted furniture in the awe-inspiring Transylvania countryside to one of Siena’s most important palazzos, Renzo Mongiardino’s first major decorating project in Veneto, Liberty’s storied archives in London, and Dame Barbara Cartland’s Egyptian-inspired home - photographed by the legendary Tim Walker - this issue will take you on a journey (or better still, a treasure hunt) through time as much as space. Many of the interiors appear frozen in time, while others have never been published before - including the homes of three leading interior designers’, which are exclusively revealed in this issue.
Milano, Italy; 210 x 310 mm; Tactile Cover