Warehouse Home Issue Eight, Published June 2018
Every week, Warehouse Home readers from all over the world post images on social media of their copies. It's wonderful to see the many ways our magazine inspires readers from the US to Australia, Sweden to Taiwan. We're circling the globe in this issue too, showcasing the daring and original ways architects and developers are saving former industrial buildings from dereliction and giving them new purpose. We discover two sugar refineries, one in Williamsburg New York and one in rural China and admire the very different ways in which their transformations have come about. We also savour the full makeover of a ruined Mexican textile factory. A furniture warehouse dating from 1871 was the subject of a remodelling by our design team for Issue Eight's Home Styling report, this season's shades of blush pink and terracotta complementing aged timber and exposed brickwork. Further design ideas from our in-house experts include the latest in linear lighting and innovative pieces crafted from recycled plastic that are stylish and sustainable. We also celebrate the ubiquitous appeal of classic industrial features and demonstrate that the timeless and traditional factory style window can triumph in townhouses just as well as warehouses. Whether you live in a warehouse home or simply love the look, we've filled this issue with inspiration. There's more on mywarehousehome.com and you can enjoy and share images with us via @mywarehousehome
- Sophie Bush (Founder & Editor, Warehouse Home)
Warehouse Home is a 40-page newspaper-style independent publication.
27.5cm x 35cm
Warehouse Home Issue Eight is available to pre-order here for delivery anywhere in the world. Shipping costs are calculated at checkout. You will be charged when placing your order and Warehouse Home Issue Eight will be dispatched to you immediately on publication in June 2018.