We've seen Cabana described somewhere as gloriously opulent and that describes Martina Mondadori's wondrous interiors magazine perfectly.
Wrapped in designer fabric or wallpaper and constructed from sumptuous contrasting paper stock, Cabana is something of a precious object in itself. Reading the magazine can feel like accompanying an obsessive collector as they trawl through undiscovered houses and buildings around the world to uncover unique and unusual design treasures.
Availability of this beautiful interiors magazine is wider than it once was, matched by an increased demand for copies. All recent issues are now sold out, so it's always a good idea to bag a copy of Cabana while you can.
Here's the publishers description:
'Issue 17 will take you on a cross-continental voyage of discovery, from Mexico to Venice, New York and Paris, via the south of France and the English countryside. Journey through Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula and explore Rose Tarlow’s extraordinary house and gardens in Provence. Stop off at Houghton Hall, one of England’s finest Palladian houses captured by Ashley Hicks, and join Cosmo Brockway for a tour of a quintessentially English 17th century folly house. Journey further and discover François Halard’s wonderful capture of the interiors at Cy Twombly’s house at Bassano in Teverina, a remote village in northern Lazio. Bon Voyage!'
Issue 17 features four textile covers by Belmond.
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