After three years of 100% digital existence, Sloft Magazine is entering a new territory, the world or print!
In Sloft Edition 01, the very first printed issue of Sloft Magazine, we take you to different areas of Paris and Greater Paris, but also to the Perche region, to Milan and to Japan!
An opportunity to present you 12 compact interiors, all very different, to discover the ancestral know-how of the Japanese in terms of home design and to meet two designers: the artist Pia Chevalier in her studio in Saint Denis and the writer Clément Bénech in his apartment / office.
About Sloft Édition 01 :
- 224 pages of 100% exclusive content
- A compact 17 x 24 size, very practical as a Sloft
- UV offset printing on matt paper for optimum photo reproduction
- An initial print run of 2,500 copies
A bubble away from the hustle and bustle, a duplex apartment with sky views. 75 m² in Paris 11th arrondissement
Sensitive to minimalist and Scandinavian styles, architect Marie Deroudilhe has applied her inspirations to every room in her Paris flat. White, wood, a refined and soothing atmosphere for moments of suspended living.
Hi Pantin! Hugo and Hortense's home from home. 65 m² in double height!
A surprising staircase-study-library is not the only find in the new flat by architect Hugo Maffre, who has not hesitated to shift his centre of gravity to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the Greater Paris development.
A cocoon in the fresh air, a tiny home for minimalist holidays. 34 m² in the Perche
We're off to Audrey and her family's tiny home to discover a new vision of the country house, more practical and more economical, imagined by architect Barbara Ibgui.