Makers Bible – Human Space is a storytelling book featuring 101 passionate makers and crafted brands in Interior Design and Architecture. This edition serves as a guide for readers who are looking to add the Human Touch to their living spaces. Or those who like to indulge in harmonious hospitality and thus seeking sustainable alternatives and inspiration.
This book deals with spaces in which we like to spend time. Today, a space is also an aesthetic statement and expression of attitude. More so, the private space functions as a social and physical hub, a centre of our life to return to and feel home in.
We live in an age of realisation that all resources are limited and that the human race cannot simply go-on consuming like it has done up until now. This edition on architecture, interior design and craftsmanship provides alternative furniture and even concepts to mass-produced and rapidly-consumed products, differentiating itself by a careful, yet subjective curation and by what makes them unique: These Makers have relevant stories to tell.
This book – A Guidebook
The success of our previous edition has confirmed our wish to strengthen the guidebook-aspect of the Makers Bible. In addition to the makers and brands, hotels, accommodations and restaurants that are related to architecture and interior design can also be found. A good mixture of inspiration and practicality.
The personalities – Ambassadors and Curators
The curators of the Makers Bible cannot be experts in every theme and therefore seek opinion of people who are. For Makers Bible Human Space we met and spoke to architect & designer Piero Lissoni in Milano, Lufthansa’s design director Ronald Wild and industrial designer Tom Allemeier about the importance of handmade craft in providing a human touch to living environments. We gathered the view of futurologist Oona Strathern-Horx on the future of living. Klaus St. Rainer, owner of the best bar/restaurant 2019 curates spaces to get lost in. ClassiCon owner Oliver Holy speaks about the importance of Ikea, and we learn about the marriage of local craft and modern boutique hotels.
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