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. Issues #12 and #13 are now sold out, so it's always a good idea to bag a copy of Cabana while you can.
Which brings us to issue 14 which is furnished in overs by Clarence House for Fabricut. And where does it take you? Here's what the publisher says: 'Centuries of styles blend magically in Venice, captured by Antonio Monfreda, and through the lens of Markus Luscombe-Whyte, Hyderabad radiates the charm of a bygone era. Other stories include the Murlo Estate in the Umbrian countryside by Guido Taroni, Villa Imperiale of Pesaro by Ashley Hicks, and one of Tangier’s most beautiful houses captured by Miguel Flores-Vianna, amongst others.'
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