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Design Magazines You Can Comfortably Read Online ⇒ A good way to escape boredom during these times of self-isolation is to catch up on the newest design trends worldwide by reading online magazines! Some of the most prestigious Design Magazines are offering free online editions of their publications and increasing the number of articles on their websites so that those who cannot go out to buy the newest edition can read it from the comfort of their homes.


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Architectural Digest


An important reference in the world of interior design, Architectural Digest broaches themes relating to design inspiration, residential and commercial projects around the world and tips to organize, clean and revamp your home. During the outbreak of the Coronavirus, this Design Magazine is updating their readers on how the design world is helping healthcare workers and reacting to the situation and providing more interactive content, such as virtual tours to renowned designers’ homes, to their audience.



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Imagine living in this 1970s modernist masterpiece!⁠ ⁠ Belgian architect Dirk Engelen (@dirkengelen) was instantly drawn to his Antwerp home's unique concrete and brick design, quickly buying the house to renovate back in 2018.⁠ ⁠ Engelen describes the house as ‘an apartment in the treetops’ because the living space is set across the first floor, and a ‘mushroom’ because of its central stem and circular body. ⁠ ⁠ The house was originally built in 1975, and designed by a relatively unknown Belgian architect named Jacky Cuylen. Other than a lesser brutalist administration building in Herentals, this house was Cuylen’s only masterpiece.⁠ ⁠ Living in extraordinary pieces of architecture has been a huge inspiration to Engelen's work as an architect. Previous to living in the ‘Brazilian brutalist’ triplex, he lived in a Leon Stijnen designed apartment building in the centre of Antwerp.⁠ ⁠ Read Engelen's tour of his home through link in bio.⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #BelgianArchitecture #Brutalist #1970sArchitecture #WallpaperMag⁠

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Wallpaper magazine surprised its readers by providing the April edition of their Design Magazine for free! Highlighting a wide variety of topics in its publications, from interiors to architecture, as well as fashion and travel, this magazine will definitely help you pass the time.



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“I wanted to get my hands dirty,” says interior architect Leah Hudson-Smith. “I was lacking that connection to the making process.” Having taken on so many projects, but rarely her own, there was finally a sense of personal satisfaction in transforming this Melbourne warehouse into a home and studio for her and her musician-partner Wally Maloney. With $7,000 in hand, they set about buying up materials and appliances to fit out the open space with enclosed sheds for a bedroom and music studio. A kitchen and living room would connect the two. “It’s a big space with no corners,” says Hudson-Smith. “By creating different shapes within the space, you create more negative space, and it’s those negative spaces that we can occupy.” See how this $7K renovation in Melbourne puts a positive spin on that negative space when you visit the link in bio. – Design by @by.pono Photography by @henrytrumble #moderndesign #modernarchitecture #melbourne #australiandesign #melbournedesigner #warehouseconversion #loft #loftstyle #interiorarchitect

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Dwell covers everything interior design, with its bi-monthly publication reporting on the newest interior projects, trends and designers you absolutely must get to know! Take a look at this Design Magazine’s online website and dive into the design world.


Vogue Living


As much as Vogue is a staple in the lifestyle and fashion world, so is Vogue Living for interior design. Be inspired by stunning house tours, design trends, furniture buying guides and more on this magazine’s website page!




This Design Magazine keeps readers updated on new architectural projects, interior design products, new technology and has a category dedicated to how society and the design world are dealing with COVID-19, with articles about teleworking, design projects for campaign hospitals and ICU modules and more!


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