Yunomi Magazine – Volume 01

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Yunomi is an independent publication on art and lifestyle from Luxembourg. It is centered around acclaimed artists and creatives from a vast variety of fields, who share their working process and expertise. Each volume includes an exclusive feature with a special guest. Developed for art devotees and creatives for inspiration without moderation!

In volume 1, we introduce to you our special guest, renowned Swiss photographer Christian Coigny, reflect with architect Alireza Razavi on the notion of beauty and its perception, travel to Japan with ceramic artist Florian Gadsby, and discuss the subject of inspiration with acclaimed artists and designers.

In this issue

HALF-SEEN THINGS
On Validation, abstract and experimentation with Lucy Augé

IN PURSUIT OF PURITY AND TRADITION
Yasu Kakegawa & Romain Gaïa from Tomo

LEARNING CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING
with four-time Chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen

LAUNCHING A HOLISTIC 21st CENTURY CAREER IN CERAMICS
with Florian Gadsby

SPECIAL FEATURE
A Moment with Christian Coigny

WOMEN’S WORK
An Interview with Anne Kent Rush

WORKS OF WHIMSICAL YEARNING
Clauda’s Humans

A PRIVATE COLLECTION WITH A PUBLIC HISTORY
Rudolf Staechelin Foundation

QUEST OF MEANINGFULNESS
On Thorough & Conscientious Design with Leander Riedl

On ARCHITECTURE, FAMILIARITY & BEAUTY
Alireza Razavi on the Perception of Architecture

FROM DEDICATION TO PERCEPTION
Aad Bos on Mokkō

AT THE END OF THE DAY, IT'S JUST FOOD
Chris Naylor on Redefining Vermeer, Amsterdam

70 RUE DU FAUBOURG ST HONORE
Rediscovering Rose Desgranges

YUNOMI GOES TO...
A curated list of Shows & Exhibitions

Specs

The publication includes 192 pages, printed in full colour on uncoated paper, and a velvet touch cover. Thread-sewn binding has been applied to provide best durability. It measures 210 x 275 x 19 mm.

We love our planet! This is why we choose to work with an award-winning and eco-labelled printing house Escourbiac from France. Only vegetal inks and environmentally friendly supplies have been used for production.

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