This gorgeous, aesthetically pleasing, gentle mag is created in Germany. They focus on travel, food, interiors and other stories from across the globe.
If you are looking for a beautiful mag to flick through for inspiration, to drool over stylish, colourful and chic architecture or something for your coffee table, The Weekender is definitely for you.
This issue treats us to a tour round an architect-designed 1950's glass house in Sydney, which is integrated into surrounding nature. It is what dreams are made of. I can promise you now, that you are going to point to every page of beautifully film-shot images of each room and say, "I want this in my house".
Also, The Weekender will transport you to The Netherlands, where they chat to residents who have created and inhabit in affordable and environmentally-sustainable housing in the suburbs. They talk about how and what they made these incredible living spaces from, which will inspire you to make one of your own in your back garden. Many are tiny-homes in the middle of flourishing meadows or by a river, which I think we all aspire to live in one day. Who fancies building an Air BnB from their own two hands? Me!
There is so much more included in this, not just jaw-dropping interiors, but a cultural insight on the Cannes Film Festival, Mediterranean gardens in the heart of Sicily and even MORE.
Honestly, this is such a wonderful and glorious piece of literature that we are blessed to stock on our shelves here.